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Katie Borkins

Start booing these poor home victories

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Another sketchy and disjointed performance last night against a woefully poor Wigan side who themselves could barely string two passes together.

In four days we have scraped past two poor sides by the odd goal. Our footballing growth rate cannot be charted.

My worry is that for as long as we keep scraping past sides by a single goal, nobody will wake up to the obvious issues of attitude and capability plaguing this squad. Every time we win another match the way we did last night, we take another step closer to League One and nobody will have the necessary courage to sack the coaching staff and management.

What if by Christmas we are top of the league by ten points because we keep getting lucky? How will we ever change the club for the better while the team keep somehow scrambling victories despite trying their best to throw it away?

The solution is obvious, to me anyway.

WE MUST START BOOING OUR UNDESERVED HOME VICTORIES. Turn our backs on the pitch. Celebrate opposition goals. Bare our ar$es at any player who tries to celebrate with the crowd.

It is the only way people will sit up and take notice. Media coverage will follow and soon the Stowmarket Two will be forced to do the right thing and sell up to some Afghanistan warlord or a cockney soft porn magnate.

Trust me. I have foreseen everything. To prove it I will flash my t1ts at the Directors box.

Katie

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Katie

"Bare our ar$es at any player who tries to celebrate with the crowd. "

ThIs could catch on, accompanied with the hurling of sodden tenna pads. The full CR experience.

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We should replace the pre-match rendition of on the ball the city with a chorus of booing.

3, 2, 1.... Booooooooooooooooooooooooo

Too many happy clappers, clubs in crisis, Balls out.

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There should be a section of the ground for all the boo boys to watch the match from, so they can boo with each other.   Where would anyone suggest that could be?How about a row at the top of the away section? Then they could feel they are with kindred spirits....

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Yes these the last 2 games have been very disappointing as although we have had a spell when we''ve played well in them, we have made silly second half mistakes and have been lucky to take all 3 points.

You are free to boo the team if you want to, but please bear in mind that might increase the chances of no home wins, so I would never boo the team

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