tmwilson wrote:First time I've come on since yesterday's game and I can't believe what I'm reading . Total over reaction on both sides .
I thought we played quite well . The end product wasn't there but we had lots of possession and we did have a few cances .
I will have to admit that I was surprised and embarrassed about the reaction our players got . I could understand if we were lingering near the bottom or lost five on the bounce , but we are a few points off the play offs . It's our second defeat and after that excellent result against County tge players then get a reaction like that from our so called fans . I'm glad that most either applauded or made to reaction .
Some of our payers put a good shift iso is it fair to boo and hurl abuse to the whole team ?
Maybe Evans should have thicker skin and kept quiet but why should he ?
Me along with other fans I spoke to fellt the same as Evans .
I dont agree with this rubbish about he has made a rod for his own back . . Yes he has promised us promotion . It's October fgs. Exeter were bottom of the league this time last season and ended up in the play offs .
If he fails in his promise then he should be judged . He has said on many occasions it's a marathon not a sprint. If we are that poor and other teams are that great then why are we only a few points behind ?
It's the first year I haven't brought a season ticket for years although I will go to every home game .
I'd rather fork more money out in the long run than sit week in , week out surrounded by the same morons .
Supporters who shout abuse , then have the nerve to moan about owners , managers and players who react back .
No doubt if we win the next three games they will be kissing his backside .
Great post , and quite right, people paying to go all that way to boo when the result hasn't gone as they would want is insane.
I do have a couple of concerns like a fair few on here, but booing?!
SE is quite right it is early in the season still although not that early , and there are signs that we will be a good upper mid table team rather than setting the league on fire, I think we know that's not going to happen.
It's the manner or style of play or rather lack of it that is concerning, and the thin hide of the manager. Reacting to a few boos like that, as ridiculous as it sounds they were, is a bit weak. He knows it goes with the job.
Get on with the job, show us what you're made of and get back on the horse.