Hjeldefan wrote:Grant getting a lot of stick, which is understandable. But CJ was far guiltier today. Free header a yard out at 0-0 and he left it for some reason? Pathetic performance from him today.
garlic wrote:cannot fault his honesty, next team sheet will be very interesting.
Spiritater wrote:garlic wrote:cannot fault his honesty, next team sheet will be very interesting.
Tells it like it is does Dave. If we're dog pooh he'll say we're dog pooh. Not like that fat Scottish guy who have come out with every excuse under the sun.
The rot's got to be stopped away from home sharpish else it'll begin to affect the home performances. Should we end up in the playoffs no doubt the confidence of the players will be somewhat affected by the down turn in form and they'll not be able to lift themselves for the PO games.
Preston is a big miss, as is White.oldweststander wrote:Plenty of points to play for but, whatever anyone says, we have not been convincing for a few weeks.
Time to shake the pack up a bit, Grant to the bench, Macca in, Walker back, that's just for starters
Tippy Tappy Football wrote:An honest assessment of the game from David Flitcroft. However it is up to him to pick the team on merit and Jorge Grant deserves to be on the bench after the last two performances. I would have subbed him at half time.
Jimstag wrote:Admirable from Flitcroft, I’ve been feeling the same. Whether it’s sensible to say it when you don’t have the answers is a different question but some managers come out and blame everyone and everything but DF has made an honest assessment.
Agree with Sneag, if the team looks unbalanced with fit into positions then change it.