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Offline Flin5tone

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Re: The Run IN
« Reply #90 on: February 18, 2020, 11:02:24 PM »
How many 'MUST WIN' games have we had now and lost? can't fault the performance on Sunday but mistakes and inconsistent performances will see us go down

West Ham could be huge last game but i can see us both dropping with Norwich

There does feel like there has been a lot of ‘must wins’, but to be fair while we’ve obviously lost a lot more games than we’ve won overall, in terms of the must wins, it’s felt like they’ve evened themselves out. Xmas felt massive, we get mullered by Southampton and Watford but beat Norwich and Burnley. After the hiding to Man City we get a credible draw at Brighton and then beat Watford. Bournemouth hugely disappointing, Spurs most of us would of settled for a point I guess.

My point is I guess, we haven’t lost all of the games that felt must win, even though sometimes it feels like that. To me Southampton, Newcastle, palace are the games that now feel must win, but then we may not pick up points in some of those and get more unlikely results in others. I’m hoping we’re safe by West Ham...hoping!


The worry is we still have only taken one point from the top 6 whilst other teams around us have had a win or two against them, the annoying thing is we have done very well in most of the big games, spurs away,home , liverpool home but come away with nothing but a point against Man U

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Re: The Run IN
« Reply #91 on: February 18, 2020, 11:20:40 PM »
How many 'MUST WIN' games have we had now and lost? can't fault the performance on Sunday but mistakes and inconsistent performances will see us go down

West Ham could be huge last game but i can see us both dropping with Norwich

There does feel like there has been a lot of ‘must wins’, but to be fair while we’ve obviously lost a lot more games than we’ve won overall, in terms of the must wins, it’s felt like they’ve evened themselves out. Xmas felt massive, we get mullered by Southampton and Watford but beat Norwich and Burnley. After the hiding to Man City we get a credible draw at Brighton and then beat Watford. Bournemouth hugely disappointing, Spurs most of us would of settled for a point I guess.

My point is I guess, we haven’t lost all of the games that felt must win, even though sometimes it feels like that. To me Southampton, Newcastle, palace are the games that now feel must win, but then we may not pick up points in some of those and get more unlikely results in others. I’m hoping we’re safe by West Ham...hoping!


The worry is we still have only taken one point from the top 6 whilst other teams around us have had a win or two against them, the annoying thing is we have done very well in most of the big games, spurs away,home , liverpool home but come away with nothing but a point against Man U

I understand the concern about our points total - because we don't have enough of the fuckers - but it really doesn't matter where they come from.

Offline tony scott

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Re: The Run IN
« Reply #92 on: February 19, 2020, 11:56:37 AM »
I’m really hoping to get get points from Wolves Sheffield Utd Crystal Palace Southampton and Newcastle and one surprise result that could leave us with between 31 and 43 points fingers crossed its 5 wins and a draw

Offline RamboandBruno

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Re: The Run IN
« Reply #93 on: February 19, 2020, 05:47:24 PM »
I’m really hoping to get get points from Wolves Sheffield Utd Crystal Palace Southampton and Newcastle and one surprise result that could leave us with between 31 and 43 points fingers crossed its 5 wins and a draw

Given the form table I think beating wolves and sheff Utd might be surprise results! Hope your right though

Offline garyfouroaks

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Re: The Run IN
« Reply #94 on: February 19, 2020, 10:54:39 PM »
I am disappointed at the institutional negativity at H&V.

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