You’ve got to love the Club … got an email from them to say that, as an official member, I was able to buy tickets for Cardiff. Happy days especially as the junior members tickets were £1. Signed us both up in the usual seats in block 4 but the ticket app charged me £26 for Tyke. Contacted the Club and apparently it’s only for junior seats in the wings or family areas.
1-2 Cardiff, I just can’t see how the players can keep playing the way they can all the time, the manager is squeezing all he can out of them and they all play for him but I can’t see how that can continue relentlessly, we looked until the fuck up today compact and with a game plan but this was a against a wank team now Cardiff aren’t any better but we can’t keep playing that well in sense of game plans and shape all the time.
The forwards oh don’t get me started.
1st trip to SMS for over 2 years thanks to TV changes. Last win i saw live was Arnhem, every game since was dire & freezing.
Friday is Mum’s funeral, Saturday night my brothers band The Zucchinis are playing at Salisbury rugby club for a friends birthday party, Mrs D_P has never seen them she’s in for a treat.
I hopefully may meet up with some of you lot as well.
Which all points to an utterly fvcked up emotional roller coaster of a weekend and a must win game
Stephens go win it with a mazy dribble out of defence abd a 40 yard screamer in the 94th minute.
Karma will be restored
Pretty sure Maya will drop straight in or Stephens anyway.
How come no comments about how rubbish Mybedisawreck or Thor were yesterday?
But in balance, JWP didn’t have one of his best games yesterday and if Shlong had kept the bloody ball like a striker should Stephens wouldn’t have been in that situation
Redmond has come on as he had to and now he is our only talented outlet, he is bound to look good, that said he has improved.
JWP is playing well at the moment but once again compared to what him before or the Saints players around him?
Having not seen the game I feel perfectly placed to give my expert opinion.
Positives: What a goal by Redmond! We move the ball much more quickly and directly and this plays to his strengths so much better, plus he is never injured, Redderz will be very important for us in the last 3rd of the season. Another point from a tough away fixture, that’s 8 points from the last 4 away games (I am excluding the Cardiff game as it doesn’t fit my narrative). Most importantly we are well on track to get the 12-14 points I predicted from our Jan-Feb fixtures, after all being right is more important than anything else.
Negatives: Gutting to lose 2 points in injury time but was probs a fair result in the grand scheme of things, but it does mean we are less likely to go over my high end prediction of 14 points for our Jan-Feb fixtures, I mean fucking hell if we got 15 or 16 points and I ended up being wrong I would be fuming.