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Bournemouth frustration...

Post by Andy Waller » Thu Oct 02, 2014 7:06 am

Will he still be here on Saturday? I'm only going to visit my grandad, who isn't too well, if I wasn't doing that I wouldn't bother.

It's going to be horrible if he's still in charge.

0-1 to them. We'll be ok for 75mins then they'll get a scuffy goal and it'll turn to sh*t.
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Post by LeverEnd » Thu Oct 02, 2014 8:21 am

I'm away so will miss this one. I think we'll get an unconvincing win. Anything else and it will get nasty.
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Post by Harry Genshaw » Thu Oct 02, 2014 8:36 am

I think we've reached the point that if we don't take an immediate lead things will get pretty bad indeed. The first scuffed shot or pass and the boos will start. Not that I'd blame anyone. I'm impressed with anyone who'll make the effort to go on Saturday. I'll not be there.

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Post by Hoboh » Thu Oct 02, 2014 8:53 am

Harry Genshaw wrote:I think we've reached the point that if we don't take an immediate lead things will get pretty bad indeed. The first scuffed shot or pass and the boos will start. Not that I'd blame anyone. I'm impressed with anyone who'll make the effort to go on Saturday. I'll not be there.

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Post by Dave Sutton's barnet » Thu Oct 02, 2014 9:16 am

Harry Genshaw wrote:I think we've reached the point that if we don't take an immediate lead things will get pretty bad indeed. The first scuffed shot or pass and the boos will start. Not that I'd blame anyone. I'm impressed with anyone who'll make the effort to go on Saturday. I'll not be there.
Interesting. If I recall correctly, the first boos last night were when we went 1-0 down, within the first 10 minutes, having already seen Fulham have a goal disallowed...

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Post by thebish » Thu Oct 02, 2014 9:35 am

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Harry Genshaw wrote:I think we've reached the point that if we don't take an immediate lead things will get pretty bad indeed. The first scuffed shot or pass and the boos will start. Not that I'd blame anyone. I'm impressed with anyone who'll make the effort to go on Saturday. I'll not be there.
Interesting. If I recall correctly, the first boos last night were when we went 1-0 down, within the first 10 minutes, having already seen Fulham have a goal disallowed...
ahh - but that was a more patient/fanatical/bwfc-starved away-crowd...
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Post by Dave Sutton's barnet » Thu Oct 02, 2014 9:47 am

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Harry Genshaw wrote:I think we've reached the point that if we don't take an immediate lead things will get pretty bad indeed. The first scuffed shot or pass and the boos will start. Not that I'd blame anyone. I'm impressed with anyone who'll make the effort to go on Saturday. I'll not be there.
Interesting. If I recall correctly, the first boos last night were when we went 1-0 down, within the first 10 minutes, having already seen Fulham have a goal disallowed...
ahh - but that was a more patient/fanatical/bwfc-starved away-crowd...
Yeah, wasn't disagreeing.

Fulham also hit the post bang on 10 minutes, so we could have been 3-0 down by 8.10pm.

Considering the situation and performance, the majority of away fans were quite patient and calm. Well, kind of disbelieving and either agitated or gallows-amused (alright that was me and Pru), but not pitchfork-wielding. A few discontent folk walked purposefully toward the front of the stand on 85 minutes in an attempt to lead a protest, but their hollerin' as Freedman/Lawrence/Fleming galumphed across the pitch toward the dressing room was drowned out by Fulham's over-excited kids'-party Tannoy nonsense.

For the record, there were airings of "Freedman out" and "we want our Bolton back" from about the 10th minute, some alternating "Freedman Out / Gartside Out" in the second half, and the odd "Sacked in the morning". No airings at all of a Gap Band-style "We want Freedman out" or a Lennonian "All we are saying is f*ck off Freedman". If you want mass participation, get with the harmonic variety, people...

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Post by TANGODANCER » Thu Oct 02, 2014 10:50 am

A win on Saturday should change things massively. Once the crowd realise we have won two from eleven, that sounds so much better then one from ten. And against Bournemouth, wow. Go Dougie......ohhh, er...
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Post by mrplow » Thu Oct 02, 2014 10:59 am

Harry Genshaw wrote:I think we've reached the point that if we don't take an immediate lead things will get pretty bad indeed. The first scuffed shot or pass and the boos will start. Not that I'd blame anyone. I'm impressed with anyone who'll make the effort to go on Saturday. I'll not be there.

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I'm going, I've been going for nearly 40 years (Christ, am I that old.....) , I'm not stopping now due to this clown. Can't say I'm looking forward to it mind.

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Post by Andy Waller » Thu Oct 02, 2014 12:16 pm

mrplow wrote:
Harry Genshaw wrote:I think we've reached the point that if we don't take an immediate lead things will get pretty bad indeed. The first scuffed shot or pass and the boos will start. Not that I'd blame anyone. I'm impressed with anyone who'll make the effort to go on Saturday. I'll not be there.

2-1 win
I'm going, I've been going for nearly 40 years (Christ, am I that old.....) , I'm not stopping now due to this clown. Can't say I'm looking forward to it mind.
Is Bobo putting people off that much??
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Post by EverSoYouri » Thu Oct 02, 2014 12:20 pm

Andy Waller wrote:
mrplow wrote:
Harry Genshaw wrote:I think we've reached the point that if we don't take an immediate lead things will get pretty bad indeed. The first scuffed shot or pass and the boos will start. Not that I'd blame anyone. I'm impressed with anyone who'll make the effort to go on Saturday. I'll not be there.

2-1 win
I'm going, I've been going for nearly 40 years (Christ, am I that old.....) , I'm not stopping now due to this clown. Can't say I'm looking forward to it mind.
Is Bobo putting people off that much??
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Post by William the White » Thu Oct 02, 2014 12:55 pm

mrplow wrote:
Harry Genshaw wrote:I think we've reached the point that if we don't take an immediate lead things will get pretty bad indeed. The first scuffed shot or pass and the boos will start. Not that I'd blame anyone. I'm impressed with anyone who'll make the effort to go on Saturday. I'll not be there.

2-1 win
I'm going, I've been going for nearly 40 years (Christ, am I that old.....) , I'm not stopping now due to this clown. Can't say I'm looking forward to it mind.
Said it for me mrplow!

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Post by EverSoYouri » Thu Oct 02, 2014 1:28 pm

William the White wrote:
mrplow wrote:
Harry Genshaw wrote:I think we've reached the point that if we don't take an immediate lead things will get pretty bad indeed. The first scuffed shot or pass and the boos will start. Not that I'd blame anyone. I'm impressed with anyone who'll make the effort to go on Saturday. I'll not be there.

2-1 win
I'm going, I've been going for nearly 40 years (Christ, am I that old.....) , I'm not stopping now due to this clown. Can't say I'm looking forward to it mind.
Said it for me mrplow!

Yeah, right, Will. You wish you'd only been going 40 years! :wink:

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Post by Enoch » Thu Oct 02, 2014 9:36 pm

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Post by William the White » Thu Oct 02, 2014 9:40 pm

EverSoYouri wrote:
William the White wrote:
mrplow wrote:
Harry Genshaw wrote:I think we've reached the point that if we don't take an immediate lead things will get pretty bad indeed. The first scuffed shot or pass and the boos will start. Not that I'd blame anyone. I'm impressed with anyone who'll make the effort to go on Saturday. I'll not be there.

2-1 win
I'm going, I've been going for nearly 40 years (Christ, am I that old.....) , I'm not stopping now due to this clown. Can't say I'm looking forward to it mind.
Said it for me mrplow!

Yeah, right, Will. You wish you'd only been going 40 years! :wink:
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Re: Bournemouth frustration...

Post by Hoboh » Thu Oct 02, 2014 10:25 pm

Well tosspot will be managing again on Sat, bet the players are looking forward to it (well those not his bum chums from Palace or Millwall anyway)

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Post by TonyDomingos » Thu Oct 02, 2014 10:45 pm

As we seem to have no such thing as a starting XI these days, what would be anyone's team / formation for this one?
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Post by TANGODANCER » Thu Oct 02, 2014 11:41 pm

TonyDomingos wrote:As we seem to have no such thing as a starting XI these days, what would be anyone's team / formation for this one?
It will be drawn out of a hat tomorrow. 6-7/8" is apparently in goal.
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Post by bobo the clown » Fri Oct 03, 2014 12:03 am

I think we should go ironic.

Play Paddy Kenny. Moxey of course. Lonergan up front. Vela, just to show he's loved. Pick Trotter even though he won't be fit as he's probably better that way. Holden on the bench. Hughes ... the coach who he registered. Hall, as a sort of "bye-bye, enjoy the loan" sort of thing.
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Re: Bournemouth frustration...

Post by Lord Kangana » Fri Oct 03, 2014 12:07 am

We'll win.

There are, believe it or not (and yes I'm being serious) people who will return to this board in their droves (maybe not droves, but f*ck me, we know how bad its been can we just all be honest with each other please for a second?) who will suggest we're back on the right track.

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