Poll of the week October 04, 2022, 07:30:38 AM If Twitter was to be our chief source of guidance, then we would have been looking for a new manager after the Newcastle game and like a stopped clock Donny will always be right eventually so should we just accept certain inalienable truths, prices will rise, politicians will philander, U2 will get old. The situation seems to have crossed a lot of members threshold. For me it hasn't, we are still 24 places better off than we were a year ago, we still overachieved last year, we are still trying to band together a team against far more established outfits. I'm not sure if it's a thing nowadays but it seems to be you're only allowed to cite problems once then they become excuses, these are issues we will have to battle with all year and should it end in relegation that isn't failure, it is better to have loved and to have lost than have listened to an album by Oliver Newton John. And whilst of course it is very easy to be tactical genius when the tools at your disposal are superior to the ones held by the other guy, making a substitution 4 minutes earlier isn't going to regularly bridge a gap in resource. What would be tragic to me would be throwing away the great leap forward made last year, top level football looked lost to us, the preserve of big clubs like Norwich, Palace & Bournemouth. We're ere marra, f*cking ere. For me a big portion of the planning for this season should be for next seasons promotion campaign and we currently have the best man for the job. Sure it's fun to be a manchild and want everything yesterday, but betterer, but I for one hope we stick for a while longer yet, but this isn't about 5 games. I'll be avoiding SSN today because I fear we won't.