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April 16, 2018

I've been highly critical of the club and players for a long time now, so perhaps it's only fair to acknowledge the upturn in performances lately. Although we've only won one from the last five, I genuinely think we'd be much higher in the league – and certainly not in the bottom three – had we demonstrated the same levels of commitment throughout the previous eight months.

But we didn’t,...

March 12, 2018

When was the last time you felt a sense of pride in our club? For me you have to go back nearly two years to May 2016, when Allardyce danced in front of the South Stand after beating Everton and Chelsea to steer us to safety. I left the ground that evening buzzing, partly because we'd just condemned our nearest and dearest to relegation, but mainly because we looked to be a club on the up...

March 7, 2018

Let’s not beat around the bush, that was absolutely pathetic, wasn’t it?

I like Chris Coleman. He talks a good game and is still undoubtedly the man for the job, but he’s not immune from criticism. Why are we persisting with this 5-4-1 formation when its clearly not working? Whatever minimal advantage it might have given us at the start has long worn off.

I don’t have the low level stats on...

February 23, 2018

Well, that was the week that was. ‘Crunch’, ‘must-win double-header’, and ‘make-or-break week that would define not just this season but possibly the future of the club’ were all terms bandied about this time last week, and with good reason. On the back of the Bristol City comeback, this had to be the week that we kicked on and built on the Bristanbul momentum, but we’ve blown it. It’s ha...

February 19, 2018

For me it was November 2016. With the team winless and rooted to the bottom of the league, it was blatantly obvious that Moyes had been scarred from hi