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More enthusiasm?

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Every day I come on to this site to read the columns and mailbag as it is the best unofficial site in the Premier League by far. What i would like to see, though, is a bit more enthusiasm about the team.

It has been a bit dull this season for the supporters, but you have to look at our situation for the first quarter, team selection and injuries have been our main hinderance.

I think we have turned the corner, we are moving back up the table in the quarter finals of the Carling Cup poised to get into the next round of the Uefa Cup, players are coming back to fitness, and there is talk of transfers in january.

I think its time to be optimistic, let's get behind the team with some constructive critisism not just the same old tripe about how bad we are and where the blame should be laid. COYB!!!!
Allan Williamson, Dublin     Posted 03/11/2007 at 08:34:40

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danny smith
1   Posted 03/11/2007 at 16:23:10

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your right we definatly playing better football with tiny back but dont forget yakabu who seems to have found hes form of late
Gavin Ramejkis
2   Posted 03/11/2007 at 19:22:44

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Allan hows this for enthusiasm, lets play the onn the floor stuff we saw against Larissa and for a good chunk of today’s game, pair that with the ruthless killer punches we delivered in the 9th minutes and the last two but stretch them over 90 mins and you’ve got me clicking my heels all the time.

Some cracking football today, on the floor and playing the opposition off the park, thumbs up and thank you for a well enjoyed finish too

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