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A successful season? I certainly didn’t expect for us to be challenging for the playaoffs last summer.
(04-24-2024, 03:45 PM)Babel Wrote: [ -> ]A successful season? I certainly didn’t expect for us to be challenging for the playaoffs last summer.

I think so. The squad is better, we have new owners and genuine hope for the future. I'll take that.
Disaster. We will have to sell most of our key players and the training ground.
Just met up with a saints mate and were talking play offs. Funny hearing other supporters side of things. He is not convinced at all by their form and he's a season ticket holder. He's dreading it especially after last night's humiliation. He rates our chances as good as any.

He said it's just depressing because promotion means getting spanked every week, VAR shite and almost certain relegation.
(04-24-2024, 04:07 PM)CarlosCorbewrong Wrote: [ -> ]Disaster.  We will have to sell most of our key players and the training ground.

Will we be selling our fire as well? A "fire sale" if you will.
A great season as mid table was most fans predictions.
Considering we never purchased a player we've been brilliant.
I'm not worried about if we lose a few players at the end of the season. Half a dozen need removing from the wage bill anyway. I'm sure a few more of our kids will be begging for a chance to show what they can do. Fellows has been a breath of fresh air.
Let's look forward with an air of positivity.
I thought we might go down, possible points deduction and administration.

Instead we have new owners, the best manager in the league, a very exciting youth player in Fellows breaking through and a squad of players who give their all.

It has been a superb season and we go into the play offs (if we get there) with low expectations and almost nothing to lose.
Must admit I thought we would be battling it out at the bottom ,but with a new owner and a chance of the playoffs it's been a excellent season .Failure to secure a playoff place at this stage will be disappointing but worse could have happened to our club.
Back in August if you had given me a play-off spot and a new owner, I'd have snapped your hands off. Whatever happens from here on in, it's been a positive season, and there's definitely reason for optimism.
(04-24-2024, 04:28 PM)Tom of the Brom Wrote: [ -> ]Must admit I thought we would be battling  it out at the bottom ,but with a new owner and a chance of the playoffs it's been a excellent season .Failure to secure a playoff place at this stage will be disappointing but worse could have happened  to our club.

Just seen your user name Tom. Any chance you live by a decent boozer by me called the tam o’ the wood?
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