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Jorges View on Swansea away

Jorges View on Swansea away

Madonna was desperatly seeking Susan, we are still desperatly seeking a win. Yesterday we were so close with Swansea looking devoid of ideas until that shot and that deflection. These things seem to happen when you are near the botom. KB will have to lift the obviously dissappointed players for the tough game at Prenton Park on Friday.

So is that cup half full, well lets look at the positives. Since Merse left only one defeat in five having played, top seven sides Oldham,Colchester, Southend, and Swansea plus relegation rivals Scunthorpe, and we have deserved more.We actually look like a team, we are organised and have started working for each other, all positives. Yesterday despite a defensive performance we also had a goal threat with Devlin been excellent.Our team have players that could make a difference getting fit, Devlin returned yesterday, Mads Timm and Foxy not to far away and Keates who was ill should return soon. We look fitter and have a better work ethic, KB has them training harder and the training ground routine brought about the goal. Unbeaten under KB.

Or is the cup half empty, it is easier to play when there is no expectation of a win, how will we react when the fans expect 3 points. Is this just the new manager honeymoon period. We still lack a experienced proven goal scorer.

Well to me the cup is half full, but it is a long way to go before we are out of the woods. Seven out of our last ten games at home, our future is in our own hands.


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Writer:Jorge's Jottings
Date:Monday March 13 2006
Time: 9:36AM

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