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The reason for posting this is I enjoy the pre season discussions about managers, new signings and our chances for the coming season. Unfortunately every season I think it's getting a little more spoiled by posters really not understanding the concept of an Internet forum.
First thing to do when a new player signs is check out the stats, lots of goals, low to zero injury record will have posters getting excited and bugging said player up, shite record at shite clubs paired with a bad injury record will have posters pointing out the obvious. At the end of the day all it is are opinions of different fans. It makes me think of last years pre season when several posters were pointing out the obvious frailties of our squad and signings only to be met with quips about their mental health, depression, agendas, being miserable, trust in Brent, Hallett, Adams and the feckin tea lady ect, ect. Then lo and behold the doom mongrels were right! So in fact the "doommongers" were anything but doommongers but actually posters making very salient points about all things Argyle.
In short if you want to happily clap Argyle through thick and thin and not have an opinion on anything that's fine but please don't try and stop anyone having an opinion it's exactly what the forum is for.