https://www.fullpotentialnow.org/g7yqbeayzgt The finish line is in sight…
https://www.gadgetking.com/2023/12/20/7cddk1kt3 I have to admit, of our four-game winning run the result on Tuesday was the one I didn’t expect.
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https://www.thiswildlifeofmine.com/bixne96qt8q But we’re made of sterner stuff these days, which should (hopefully) get us to survival by this time next week.
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https://tranchedebois.com/c4vd2anib7 We may be five points ahead, effectively six with the goal difference, and with a game in hand.
https://mappinglondon.co.uk/2023/ssxy8vg1n But after we go to Portman Road tomorrow, that could easily be cut down to two.
https://tranchedebois.com/x2wx22svz I fully expect a determined Rochdale to beat an on-the-beach Crewe, and you can’t trust Steve Evans to do the right thing with Northampton.
https://twd4x4.com.au/f52zmi9c7 We simply have to keep going, and I think that’s the mindset we need to maintain.
https://www.gadgetking.com/2023/12/20/ny74fvr While MR and co deserve all credit for getting into the squad’s heads, we almost need to push them even harder mentally now.
https://mappinglondon.co.uk/2023/swczxv9 And all of a sudden, you’ve become very nervous.
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The players themselves seem in a good space, and this little exchange between the club’s Twatter and Piggy illustrates that.
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https://www.trespeons.com/2023/12/20/7u1tnqym9ff That will partly explain the “Fuck Right Off” reaction to the Big Six (sic) wanting to play glorified friendlies for ever more.
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https://www.thiswildlifeofmine.com/dp4p3ej50q They’ve been talking about an ESL for at least three decades, and it will no doubt raise its head again when it all dies down.
https://aquarl-duval.com/2023/12/20/4mipzax It’s worth remembering that during the latter stages of WFC’s time in the Premiership, the likes of Chelski were fast pulling away from the likes of us.
Which is why I don’t think much will actually change, beyond some token around-the-edges alterations.
Especially when it comes to clubs being run and operated as they are. Like guns in the US, there’s too much money in clubs these days for structural changes to ever work.
So I think you can forget all this “50+1” stuff, and the fan ownership evangelists will end up being disappointed.
Financial realities are hard enough for AFCW to deal with as it is, and we started off with a financial clean slate.
Imagine the state of other clubs?
Instead, they should concentrate on what is more achievable, like altering the rules so that teams get a better share of the TV money.
Or preventing the likes of Chelski from hoovering up all young talent then disposing of them a couple of years later.
Or indeed, anything to do with youth football, or wage caps, or other things that make it just a bit less uncompetitive throughout the divisions.
Football is fundamentally different from the last time fans paid to get into a game at Plough Lane, and too many don’t seem to want to accept that reality.
Although as somebody reminded me just after I published this – we wrote the rulebook over iffy foreign owners with Sam Hammam…
Whatever happens remains to be seen. That said, if we’re talking about withdrawing clubs, we could form our own Super League.
Don’t know who else with, but maybe you could take all the bottom seven of League One and play around the world, in a permanent relegation scrap.
We could even invite Franchise along for the “needle” fixture that will entice the waverers.
They can have their home games in Papeete, French Polynesia. With the twenty people who will turn up for their games, it will be the biggest home crowd they’ve ever had…