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Re: Silva’s Playbook
« on: May 13, 2019, 12:25:28 AM »
Loved his post match interview. Talked about our dreadful away record at spurs and against all the top 6 in recent years and said it wasn’t good enough. Talked about being unhappy with our start. Wanting more than today’s draw and how he’s convinced the players individually and the team as a whole are better now than when the season started

The season in terms of billet points has been on the disappointing side. Shite in the cups and 8th. The thing is though we end the season with some big results against good teams and real hope for the next 1. Shame we didn’t snatch 7th but the optimism is more important at this stage

The good thing about our squad is that it’s easy to make a vast improvement with just 1 signing
Even if we lost the loan players we’ve got players who can come in for them. If we retain gueye and find a good quality striker there’s no reason we can’t be fighting it out with Chelsea arsenal and Utd next season (all be it as the clear underdog)

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