I think our failure to get three points today means now that we now have absolutely no hope of staying up... Sadly, for so so many reasons I feel we are now without a doubt definately relegated...
What would you have changed London? Personally I would have wanted Ferdinand on from the start woth Bent on the wing, but allegedly Ferdi had pulled up before the game complaining of a knee problem, which forced him on to the bench.londonfox said:
i would have played Bent up front, if in fact Ferdinand was injured, and I would have put Canero on the wing... FFS if Canero is a worse option than Scowcroft to play on the right then he may as well go back to Killie now... or is he "one for the future"...alex said:What would you have changed London? Personally I would have wanted Ferdinand on from the start woth Bent on the wing, but allegedly Ferdi had pulled up before the game complaining of a knee problem, which forced him on to the bench.londonfox said:
Redditch Fox said:I realise that a predominant number of the posters who now use this forum don't have to face the restriction of any reality when forming judgements but for the record Petrescu & Danny Boy are about right.
The positives from yesterday are that we looked unusually solid - but we were playing another poor side.
MA got the selection right & substitutions right given the limitations of Thatcher suspended & Big Les not feeling too good-but that involved playing Scowcroft wide who limited the opportunity to stretch an opposition that was there to be beaten.
The negatives are that this was a game we could not afford not to win & Wolves could just about afford to lose it - & the points were not delivered.
The other negative is the vibes coming from MA - I've been around too long not to recognise when a manager is sending out either the wrong signals or alternatively the right signals in the sense that he's making it clear that he wants or is already getting out.
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