To be honest, I’ll not be bothered if we are in the Championship, come May. Seriously.
Then we’ll find out who our REAL fans are, and won’t be getting ripped off on away days. I hardly go away now, and have no intention of doing. Yet in the Championship, had some great away days at the likes of Leeds, Leicester, Forest, Cardiff, etc.
The constant ‘drama’ of the Premiership does my head in. I think the Championship is a more ‘fun’ league. It’s all moaning and controversy in the Premiership.
That Chelsea victory has gone out of the window, today. Will we beat City? Who knows. But I can see Burnley doing us, and lets be honest, Portsmouth is going to be a hard game.
Defititely think that we are still well and truly in the mire. Anybody who thinks otherwise is deluded.
You must be the most annoying poster on any message board anywhere in the whole wide world. What you don’t know isn’t worth knowing. Talk about change like the weather? You could teach the weather an awful lot.
Had some great away days. That Leeds one, when Mahon and Bullard scored, was fantastic. Our away support was great, as well. I honestly think that was our level, as a club.
I really don’t buy into the “Premiership is the worlds best (TM)” rubbish.
What sort of league is it, where the big clubs, so-called, can be hundreds of millions in debt, and yet carry on as normal, and yet clubs like us, Blackburn, Portsmouth, etc, sell our top players for millions and yet have to use the money on balancing the books, rather than buying quality replacements?
It’s a load of boll*cks. I for one, will NOT be crying, if we go down in May. I know for a fact that I won’t be alone.
Yesterday’s result is the very reason our great game is the best in the world.
Most other sports are very predictable e.g. Rugby league, Everyone knew Leeds would beat Catalans and that St Helens would beat our lodgers.
The only difference between that performance at Hull and that against Chelsea was a couple of lapses in concentration and a bit of bad luck.
As I walked off the KC yesterday I had mixed feelings. On one side I was gutted having lost a game we should really have won, but on the other side I felt that we looked miles ahead of Hull in every department, but football as I said is football and you don’t always get what you deserve.
You could sense the feelings of the Hull fans walking off the ground that they still wasn’t convinced that their team is good enough to survive this season. On the other hand I have no doubts in my mind that we will.
PS; those who went by coach and saw that idiot taunting the Wigan fans with a two one fingered salute as the coaches trundled by about half a mile from the ground…..it was me!!