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Well Played Young Man - Gaffer

By rwakeley23/12/2018 01:02Sun Dec 23 01:02:15 2018

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Today for me, straight off the training field. I thought today was actually in accounting terms a cut-off point. The first time some semblance of a coherant style came into effect. Well played to the Gaffer - hard work, the initial implementation of true underlying achievement. Today, for me was a day, truely taken off training nights.
I think it's taking shape - Well played to the Gaffer, a nice ensorsement. His endorsement of the lad at right-back, yet to be tested in certain challenges, I thought he was the best player out there today. The spine, stronger, and better to come - could ironically have done with the lad Cole, maybe. A huge step forward. A different team every-week. This gaffer. Well played - take some credit - the results will come over time.
I think today was about recognition - 12-18 months down the road - a proposition.
I really like this young man in charge - top notch credentials - also a favourable backdrop his perspective. Keep moving forward. I thought today was different - a semblance of someting percolating.......Run with it.

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Re: Well Played Young Man - Gaffer

By rwakeley23/12/2018 01:29Sun Dec 23 01:29:49 2018In response to Well Played Young Man - GafferTop of thread

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Just watched the post match interview - I re-iterate today was an irrelevance. Don't care - the result, the perforamance - I think there is something today, or yesterday dependent on your viewing, which is different than the previous couple of months. I do think today's characteristics is different from anything delivered to date.
I'm going out on a whim here - I think there's seedlings of last seasons comparisons. It's very deep beneath the surface- not sure the 3 up-front is even remotely comparable - accomodation of the lad Connor up-front may prove a problem - but I think today there was a definable feeling of strength down the spine. It aint perfect, I also don't get the negativity, I think we have an astute manager, I also think we ain't as downtrodden as some are percieving - I have a foot in the other camp - I think we maybe, should we keep our staff, be turing the corner, particularly with some coming back into the mix. I appear to be somewhat more up-beat than my contemporaries at present - I think we have solid back-team, an increasingly solid spine and cohesion coming into force. Expecting a tough day at Earlsmead, 2019 significant upside.

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