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Re: Glass half full or half empty?

By Den27/12/2015 12:04Sun Dec 27 12:04:32 2015In response to Re: Glass half full or half empty?

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Thanks Steve

I try and take positives out of every game as negativity has a tendency to festa .
We are very frail at the moment and I would imagine the disappointment we feel after yesterday is felt ten fold by the players and management. After last season the hurt has been magnified injuries, suspensions massive personnel changes / and below par performances by the star players hasn't helped, the optimism we all had for this season has been dented to say the least, and it's fact that fans are a very fickle bunch and have the easy option of staying away if things are not going to their liking, it is worth remembering the players can't , they just keep going. Point being win as a team lose as a team no individual is perfect all of the time.

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