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Yep, it’s hard. We’re a tragic club and we suffer a lot in quite cruel ways (or it feels like that).My advice would just be to take a step back and, hard as it might be, try to find some perspective and think about other things.
the argument can be made of why should the fans give something back when the team isnt, good performances would get the crowd going but its hard to get excited when we witness performances like this week in week out
The fans give their hard earned cash every time they go through the turnstiles. So, to say we need to give something back doesn't ring true. We already have done. It's the teams and managers responsibility to show the fans something to cheer about.
They are getting 100k a week each to work. The fans pay 30 quid to be entertained. Theres no comparison
u do realise we only had 2 shots on target, so what exactly are we creating?
Decisions have gone against us, but like someone on here said a few weeks ago - we arent taking games by the scruff of the neck, everything is tight and on a knife edge that one bad decision loses us a game, even if our opponents are shit.We didnt look like a threat today, in a home game to save his job. Everything up to the horrific injury was dull and predictable.
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