floody wrote:Steely Hill wrote:well how many games have we actually played in that time?
with the game live on sky and the cheapest ticket going for £32 it will be interesting to see the attendance for our game.
regarding the game itself it is simply must win. anything less will hopefully result in vocal disapproval as it will pretty much confirm that we are a team devoid of bottle. with the other two facing reasonably straightforward away games we can not afford any more slips
none of Allardyce's forward options have really had an impact but that is largely down to the dogsh*t service from our hoof merchants. hopefully we will think about playing the ball to our strikers feet and on the floor beyond the backline rather than booting the ball into the corner like 7 year olds.
I paid this yesterday for a ticket to come to your dive in a fortnight's time! £32 for Championship football! I hope next season you'll be lowering the prices
Steely Hill wrote::lol:
i'm a man with too many responsibilities at the minute and the dross served up is not worthy of my time, effort or money.
what i expected to be a fun, enjoyable season has turned out to be one of the worst in recent memory.
We were always in the game against Leeds and looked comfortable and looked like we might create something and get a goal. Leeds is not an easy place and no away game is easy. You've got to earn the right to get the victory to earn the right to play.
In the second half we had more space and more opportunity to play but we didn't find the finish to get one goal in front. I thought we might have nicked the win when Gary O'Neil went down the right in the last minute with three men in the box but when you need that vital bit of quality we didn't produce it to get the goal and win.
We're having a little struggle with injuries again. James Tomkins had to come off with a trapped nerve in the calf, Julien Faubert was at home with Winston Reid, Guy Demel and Papa Bouba Diop. The earliest we can expect Ricardo Vaz Te back is against Burnley on Saturday.
We'll need some fresh legs over the next ten days so that was a disappointment. We coped with the change well and Gary O’Neil did a good job when he came on. Ravel got a good feel for what football was all about. He didn't get much of a touch but at least he's on the field.
Hopefully we can keep the unbeaten run going and start turning the draws into wins. We need to start doing better at home and we need the fans’ support. We all want the same thing so we need to pull in the same direction.
Come on you Irons!
It is a big game tonight against Middlesbrough at the Boleyn Ground and we are looking to go out there and get a winning result.
We achieved a strong point away at Leeds United on Saturday and we are going into our home game with confidence and looking to work as hard as we can to get the win your support deserves.
It is great that you can pay on the day for your tickets and it is also half-price for Academy members and Youth Academy members can attend the match for free.
Every game matters.
Hopefully as many of you as possible can join us for tonight’s game and together we can go against Middlesbrough to earn the bragging rights of a victory. We will certainly be putting all our efforts into trying to achieve that.
Thank you for your continuing support.
Come on you Irons!
floody wrote:Is Nolan popular amongst your lot?
I can't stand the bloke.
Steely Hill wrote:regarding the game itself it is simply must win. anything less will hopefully result in vocal disapproval as it will pretty much confirm that we are a team devoid of bottle. with the other two facing reasonably straightforward away games we can not afford any more slips
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