Haha. As spectacular falls go we have to be up there. Consecutive relegations, nearly out of business, having a kids team at the start of last season for first few games. But yeah it must be hard. We may be stuck down here for years. I hope not but this season is gonna go down to the wireI don’t think you guys have quite got used to the level of optimism in division 4.
It’s normally bordering on the footballing version of suicide!
Yes. 1 win in 15, sold our only source of goals in January, haven't scored from open play for 6 games, have a rookie manager, and have 1 clean sheet in 26.Love your optimism. Is it that bad at Walsall atm?
You have got 17 points from 14 games against current top 12 teams. 40 points from 21 games against current bottom 12 teams. Since January the 1st you have got 7 points from 6 games against top half teams and 24 points from 9 games against bottom half teams. You only have 3 more games against teams in the bottom half. Win them and thats 66 points. You need to improve your average points against top half teams by 100% to get a top 3 place.We are still on that run...And weve beaten Cheltenham and Salford... and we have Exeter, FGR, Morecambe, Newport still to play ..? Can’t only beat the bottom sides when you’ve got virtually all the top sides left to play. In fact you are the only team we haven’t beaten who we have played twice in that top 9...
Didn’t realise it was that bad tbh. 1 win in 15 .. ouch. You’ll end up beating us nowYes. 1 win in 15, sold our only source of goals in January, haven't scored from open play for 6 games, have a rookie manager, and have 1 clean sheet in 26.
Only positives we have is that our injured players have only just started to come back with our best player hopefully not too far away from returning, and that Grimsby and Southend are worse than us.
Grimsby are now effectively ten points from safety, so it will be interesting to see how they respond tomorrow night.Hoping that those results tonight give us a real boost and have the opposite effect on Grimsby
Absolutely shite. Both teams were.
That was a game where whoever got the first goal should have seen it out easily, as not much at all was happening in the game. To get 1-0 and then commit such a brain fart of an error is appalling.
Piss poor. Pissed off with the constant disappointment from this club.
Great win, almost forgot what it feels like to be giving out praise and not slagging everything about the club off every week.
We do look like a half decent team when our strongest players are actually on the pitch. We’ve had to play too many crap players week in week out and swap the team every week due to injuries.
Whatever happens, something has gone seriously wrong this season. I can’t believe that we’re actually in this position and in a relegation scrap. I was more confident than ever this season that we’d be challenging at the too.
As my uncle says - it's easy to support a big team, but supporting your local team and actually being a part of it is so much more rewarding.It’s both great and shit to support your local club (even when your local club isn’t close at all and is technically man utd)
I always think choosing mansfield must be like a kid in a music shop looking at all the musical instruments in the orchestra and picking out the triangle
Obviously I can only base it off our two games, but you look like a team that can play nice football but have no answers to opponents that have come to scrap. Tozer being out fought by midget Luke James summed that up...The meltdown from some Cheltenham fans on Twitter is truly outstanding. Including one person saying Duff is a poor manager.
From relegation dogfight to top of the league - what a shit manager he is...
I know I keep banging on about it, but the only question that needs to be asked is why we struggle to get up for games against teams near the bottom? Even when we've got something against them we've made a meal of it (Southend a couple of weeks ago, and 0-0 at home to Mansfield for example).