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Just maybe Foster knows what he’s talking about and we don’t

there is a founding father of this forum who once said many years ago a phrase that couldn't be more truer here.. one swallow doesnt make a pornstar. Lets see how he does in the next 4 games before we declare hes starting to come good.
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Angry wrote:
Graiser wrote:
Just maybe Foster knows what he’s talking about and we don’t

there is a founding father of this forum who once said many years ago a phrase that couldn't be more truer here.. one swallow doesnt make a pornstar. Lets see how he does in the next 4 games before we declare hes starting to come good.

I have concerns about Foster - not least, the fact that he evidently doesn’t have anybody he knows and trusts enough to form a proper back room staff.

But at least he realised that Tuesday night was a fcukin’ debacle, and changed things up.

We are getting the rub of the green injury-wise, with Galloway and Miller proving how important they are. If they got crocked again, and ( heaven forbid ) anything happens to Whittaker, we’d be in trouble, particularly with the way most teams down the bottom are picking up.

Ten more points and we can breath easier.
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Czarcasm wrote:
Angry wrote:
Graiser wrote:
Just maybe Foster knows what he’s talking about and we don’t

there is a founding father of this forum who once said many years ago a phrase that couldn't be more truer here.. one swallow doesnt make a pornstar. Lets see how he does in the next 4 games before we declare hes starting to come good.

I have concerns about Foster - not least, the fact that he evidently doesn’t have anybody he knows and trusts enough to form a proper back room staff.

But at least he realised that Tuesday night was a fcukin’ debacle, and changed things up.

We are getting the rub of the green injury-wise, with Galloway and Miller proving how important they are. If they got crocked again, and ( heaven forbid ) anything happens to Whittaker, we’d be in trouble, particularly with the way most teams down the bottom are picking up.

Ten more points and we can breath easier.  

Galloway has been impeccable since his return, flies under the radar, gets on and does his job and rarely puts a foot wrong, doesn't get much recognition when it comes to the motm votes etc but he's comfortably a championship defender and probably our best atm imo.
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Czarcasm wrote:
Angry wrote:
Graiser wrote:
Just maybe Foster knows what he’s talking about and we don’t

there is a founding father of this forum who once said many years ago a phrase that couldn't be more truer here.. one swallow doesnt make a pornstar. Lets see how he does in the next 4 games before we declare hes starting to come good.

I have concerns about Foster - not least, the fact that he evidently doesn’t have anybody he knows and trusts enough to form a proper back room staff.

But at least he realised that Tuesday night was a fcukin’ debacle, and changed things up.

We are getting the rub of the green injury-wise, with Galloway and Miller proving how important they are. If they got crocked again, and ( heaven forbid ) anything happens to Whittaker, we’d be in trouble, particularly with the way most teams down the bottom are picking up.

Ten more points and we can breath easier.  

i think the way its panning out we may need 15 to be absolutely safe
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PostSubject: Re: Smoggies v Fozzybury flops   Smoggies v Fozzybury flops - Page 2 EmptySun Feb 25, 2024 10:31 pm

Czarcasm wrote:
Angry wrote:
Graiser wrote:
Just maybe Foster knows what he’s talking about and we don’t

there is a founding father of this forum who once said many years ago a phrase that couldn't be more truer here.. one swallow doesnt make a pornstar. Lets see how he does in the next 4 games before we declare hes starting to come good.

I have concerns about Foster - not least, the fact that he evidently doesn’t have anybody he knows and trusts enough to form a proper back room staff.

But at least he realised that Tuesday night was a fcukin’ debacle, and changed things up.

We are getting the rub of the green injury-wise, with Galloway and Miller proving how important they are. If they got crocked again, and ( heaven forbid ) anything happens to Whittaker, we’d be in trouble, particularly with the way most teams down the bottom are picking up.

Ten more points and we can breath easier.  

There was a definite change in attitude from the WBA game-either some serious talking was done behind the scenes or Foster realised that the strength of this team is that it can score goals and also that experienced professionals rather than rookies can be of benefit in this very competitive division. There is no way that a wing back would have been as advanced against WBA as Sorinola was for the first goal against Boro, there were also three other players in the penalty area in support. It must also be said that WBA were far better organised and harder to break down than Boro, Argyle were cutting through them like a knife through butter at times. Should be a very interesting game against Ipswich who are free scoring but also let in a few, looking forward to it now.
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PostSubject: Re: Smoggies v Fozzybury flops   Smoggies v Fozzybury flops - Page 2 EmptySun Feb 25, 2024 11:42 pm

Angry wrote:
Czarcasm wrote:
Angry wrote:
Graiser wrote:
Just maybe Foster knows what he’s talking about and we don’t

there is a founding father of this forum who once said many years ago a phrase that couldn't be more truer here.. one swallow doesnt make a pornstar. Lets see how he does in the next 4 games before we declare hes starting to come good.

I have concerns about Foster - not least, the fact that he evidently doesn’t have anybody he knows and trusts enough to form a proper back room staff.

But at least he realised that Tuesday night was a fcukin’ debacle, and changed things up.

We are getting the rub of the green injury-wise, with Galloway and Miller proving how important they are. If they got crocked again, and ( heaven forbid ) anything happens to Whittaker, we’d be in trouble, particularly with the way most teams down the bottom are picking up.

Ten more points and we can breath easier.  

i think the way its panning out we may need 15 to be absolutely safe

Yep 40 points is only 5 points off relegation places with 12 extremely difficult games to go. We are completely reliant on the teams below us doing worse or at least as badly as us. But with a resurgent Sheff Wed and QPR this is going right to the last couple of games of the season. I can see us needing a result on the final day to avoid relegation.
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Freathy wrote:
Angry wrote:
Czarcasm wrote:
Angry wrote:
Graiser wrote:
Just maybe Foster knows what he’s talking about and we don’t

there is a founding father of this forum who once said many years ago a phrase that couldn't be more truer here.. one swallow doesnt make a pornstar. Lets see how he does in the next 4 games before we declare hes starting to come good.

I have concerns about Foster - not least, the fact that he evidently doesn’t have anybody he knows and trusts enough to form a proper back room staff.

But at least he realised that Tuesday night was a fcukin’ debacle, and changed things up.

We are getting the rub of the green injury-wise, with Galloway and Miller proving how important they are. If they got crocked again, and ( heaven forbid ) anything happens to Whittaker, we’d be in trouble, particularly with the way most teams down the bottom are picking up.

Ten more points and we can breath easier.  

i think the way its panning out we may need 15 to be absolutely safe

Yep 40 points is only 5 points off relegation places with 12 extremely difficult games to go.  We are completely reliant on the teams below us doing worse or at least as badly as us.  But with a resurgent Sheff Wed and QPR this is going right to the last couple of games of the season.  I can see us needing a result on the final day to avoid relegation.

there isnt alot between 11th and 22nd so i agree it will more than likely be settled come the final game of the season and alot of swapping and changing positions between the teams in and around 11th to 22nd. We got to do what we need to do get past 50 points and keep going and if we do that it matters not what anyone else does imo staying up was the objective to me even if its by goal difference that we do i'm taking that and hope the board invest in a good transfer budget and actually back foster or indeed another if the worse should happen with a few key players.
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PostSubject: Re: Smoggies v Fozzybury flops   Smoggies v Fozzybury flops - Page 2 EmptyWed Feb 28, 2024 8:59 am

Czarcasm wrote:
Angry wrote:
Graiser wrote:
Just maybe Foster knows what he’s talking about and we don’t

there is a founding father of this forum who once said many years ago a phrase that couldn't be more truer here.. one swallow doesnt make a pornstar. Lets see how he does in the next 4 games before we declare hes starting to come good.

I have concerns about Foster - not least, the fact that he evidently doesn’t have anybody he knows and trusts enough to form a proper back room staff.

But at least he realised that Tuesday night was a fcukin’ debacle, and changed things up.

We are getting the rub of the green injury-wise, with Galloway and Miller proving how important they are. If they got crocked again, and ( heaven forbid ) anything happens to Whittaker, we’d be in trouble, particularly with the way most teams down the bottom are picking up.

Ten more points and we can breathe easier.  

I think he knows plenty but the one he wants is not available yet
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