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This season starting to look familiar

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Conceding goals aplenty, defensive problems aplenty, and already in the relegation places.  

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To be fair, when the fixtures were announced, I don’t think many realistic supporters would have expected more than 3 points from the first five games. If results don’t pick up in September and October I might be more concerned but not yet.

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Lack of spending and poor team selection really starting to hurt already 

its going to be a long hard season unless we can quickly get in a stinking rich Chinese owner 

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We're always rubbish before the International break. Dissappointed but no worries. Yet.

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Just now, Jobsworth Canary said:

Lack of spending and poor team selection really starting to hurt already 

its going to be a long hard season unless we can quickly get in a stinking rich Chinese owner 

DIsappointed. No trolling of Cantwell in this post.

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Just now, Jobsworth Canary said:

Did you miss the poor team selection comment? 

Not specific enough - no mention of hair or mid-Norfolk towns. Disappointing.

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Just now, Drazen Muzinic said:

Not even waiting until the end of the match today pete? Been rubbing your hands in glee I expect.

I noticed that the Brexit thread went above the match thread during the first half. What a fan.

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It's now we need the mental strength and the players need support. 

OK they might not be big, old or good enough but that isn't their fault and we have to at least not get on their backs. 

The Crawley loss was unacceptable on several levels but we have no right to expect wins in the EPL. 

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We have no right to expect wins. But Farke made 11 changes against Crawley and I was expecting more from the 'first team' today. It was lacklustre lazy football.

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Couldn't agree more with the title of this thread. A couple of losses and:

Pete has jumped on the chance to knock anything to do with the club

Posters have started to single out individuals as the source of all our woes

Lakey is spouting blind optimism that every game is winnable, I'm sure he'll be along shortly to tell us we'll get back to winning ways by thumping Man City next week

Waveney is demanding a messiah to solve all our problems

And we're still in August. It's like groundhog day.

 

 

 

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Yeah do or die against Man City FFS, 3 points on the board, playing well for the most part, cr@p today yes, but come on!

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15 hours ago, Norfolk Mustard said:

Sheffield Utd have just levelled it to 2-2 at Chelsea. Shows what's possible...

Yes we scored two against Chelsea too. For a top six team their defense is cr*p, what more can you say? If our’s wasn’t we would have won? 

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