Wot the fuck was that? Fulham, WHU... now add Birmingham to the growing list of teams we should be steamrollering but fail to do so miserabley. Pip, Cars thank lads,.. now fuck off!
I just renewed my season tickets for next season'; glad I did it before I watched that pile of absolue, unadulterated shite. Since we got knocked out of Uefa Cup, we have been woeful.and please spare me the "the lads are down after losing in Europe, they are tired"shite. These are professional players, not little boys who sulk when things don't go the way they wanted. We all get tired, we all get pissed off at times, BUT we don't all get paid a kings ransom to do our job. That display of "football" was nothing short of embarrassing.
Sorry for the rant and maybe going OTT, but I love this club and when I see how they have played for the last month, I care about it. I care that we leave ourselves open to mockery from the scum across the park, because let's face it, these sort of displays are hard to defend. Got it off my chest now ...doesnt feel any better tho! Bring on Chelsea on Thursday night. Won't be too suprised if we get a result against them....or am I just hoping against hope? COYB
Andy Spence, Posted 12/04/2008 at 17:10:57
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1 Posted 12/04/2008 at 19:27:21
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2 Posted 12/04/2008 at 19:27:43
Even IF, Moyes got £40M to spend in the summer, will he waste another £8.5M of if on a striker who just runs, and nothing else. He had a shot today that was just pitiful.
Why coundn?t he at least try starting Gravesen, instead of Neville & Carsley. I don?t know what?s happeneing at this club, the Manager never has a Plan B, is never attacking enough, and makes poor substitutions too late. Our Chairman is how can I put it errrr........A Complete Wanker!! I feel a bit better now, but only a bit.
3 Posted 12/04/2008 at 20:01:13
Now I?ve been saying it for 3 years that Carsley is shite but this year he takes the biscuit! He?s at best average when we play 4-5-1 but when we play 4-4-2 he?s a disgrace! He?s too slow, can?t pass and is just basically shite! Don?t get me started on the handball today for their goal.
What makes our predictament worse is when you throw Phil Neville into midfield as well!! No fucking chance of beating anyone! The lovable pairing played in there against Fiorentina, Fulham, Liverpool and Birmingham and we did not win any of those matches! In fact our only recent away win came at Sunderland when Carsley was suspended!!!
Just feel so depressed that we are imploding and Chelsea at Goodison does not fill me with optimism !
A pissed-off blue!
4 Posted 12/04/2008 at 21:13:56
5 Posted 13/04/2008 at 11:34:44
Anyone who believes Carsley is a good player has NEVER played the game at a decent level. OK he may win a few tackles but only to give the ball back to the opposition almost immediately, so why win it in the first place. CANT PASS, CANT HEAD, CANT SHOOT ( two decent strikes in five years is not good shooting) HAS ZERO PACE, is more often than not the WRONG side of his man I could go on and on.... And whilst we?re at it how many more needless free kicks is he going to concede on the edge of our box because yesterday was by no means the first.. FFS there?s even talk of a new contract...the mind boggles!!
6 Posted 13/04/2008 at 03:08:16
The chance of a Champions League spot probably terminated with that disappointing performance against West Ham and was binned for certain after the derby match so I'm sure it's difficult to motivate the team for a final push when we can neither go further up the table nor, in all likelihood, drop further down. It is a lot easier to motivate an underachieving Birmingham side fighting for its Premier League life and those were the differences between the teams.
Even then, we would have been celebrating three points but for one moment of skill. It's always tempting to draw monolithic conclusions from individual reversals, but it's best to keep our eyes on the positives. We are doing well. We are well in touch with the so called top four with a fraction of their resources. I would have accepted fifth at the start of the season.