hate the late saturday kick offs as well.
specnur wrote:I See fat Frank didn;t have much trouble with one of teh worst mid fields in the league right now!
That fact that he hasn't scored in 10 game straight and buries two against that lot ,should start a panic reaction in the east of London. Abysmal showing the hi light and low light being Demel's fantastic dribbling to set up a goal that trickled embarrassingly wide.
Big Sam wrote:
What disappointed me against Norwich and again in Saturday’s game with Chelsea is that they haven't really earned the right to beat us. We've beaten ourselves. That is what is worrying me at the moment, because we hadn't seen those kind of individual mistakes up to then.
We had six clean sheets in ten matches going into the last two games, which is a resilient football team which gives you the chance to win matches. We can't lose that resilience or else life will become very difficult indeed.
The upcoming fixtures against Fulham, Crystal Palace and then Sunderland are going to determine our season now. The pressure is on the players, myself and the staff to make sure we prepare to go into those three games and come out with a minimum of six points.
Fulham can kick-start us into a good run of results by beating them and then we'll take the confidence on to face Crystal Palace and then Sunderland.
We’ve got to give the fans something to shout about. We can't expect them to cheer to get a goal unless we're giving them something to cheer - they're electric and they help us an enormous amount.
It's my job to pick the players up and remind them of the previous performances we've had home and away and make sure we get to that level and stop those fears creeping in against a Fulham side, which will offer us the chance to get three points.
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