https://aquarl-duval.com/2023/12/20/hiqytef73d8 That too was a double-goal lead that was let slip right at the end, following some pretty shocking defending.
https://www.trespeons.com/2023/12/20/yrpbhxfmow Let us not pretend otherwise – we were 100% responsible for this only being a draw today.
https://twd4x4.com.au/njzlikt Our inability to kill the game off at 2-0, or even 2-1, has bitten us so hard on the arse that we won’t be able to sit down until Wednesday.
https://www.omnomnomad.com/2023/12/20/yxvchnv6vz If we had done so, this evening would have been a lot nicer. And safer for any nearby pets.
https://www.thiswildlifeofmine.com/9tq35b6g Hell, I’ll go a step further – why did those behind the goal think it wasn’t going to backfire when they were playing keepball?
https://heatherfullerphotography.com/wdd1bb0x30 Of course, one could argue that even with those two factors, we should be victorious with a 2-0 lead against the side who are at the wrong end of the table.
https://www.fullpotentialnow.org/zoucnra4gj Aaron Pierre came on and we looked more vulnerable than we have done since, well, Sutton on NYD.
https://tranchedebois.com/wdta6dn They deserve it.
Purchase Tramadol Online Uk It wasn’t that we weren’t trying for the third, but I’ve been watching football for four decades now and it never really changes.
https://www.omnomnomad.com/2023/12/20/36d9vai28 We proved to ourselves that we can score goals after all, though we’ve now suddenly forgotten how to keep them out too.
https://twd4x4.com.au/0v3j42a38t No, we’re not going down. But one feels we should be doing better…
Purchase Tramadol Overnight The referee’s a…: Didn’t do much wrong, and was right to award the amount of stoppage time he did.
Online Tramadol Overnight Delivery Them: I can see why they’re down the bottom, but equally I can see why they stand a good chance of getting out.
Order Tramadol We should know ourselves from recent seasons that when you’re at the wrong end of the table, you battle for everything until the last second.
Tramadol Online Uk Reviews We were better on paper than them, and if we really needed the points we would have won, but football isn’t played on paper.
https://www.pageofjoy.com/5bs15u8nbi Their manager was one Judas “Keith” Curle. I wonder what he thought when he first stepped back into Plough Lane, presumably for the first time since the early 1990s…?
https://twd4x4.com.au/k2zieh5hvwg Point to ponder: So, does that kill off our playoff hopes now?
Teams that go up don’t throw these sort of games away.
Yet even though the five point gap is now seven, I still have that nagging feeling too many are being premature in the obituary for 2022/23.
Why? It’s because this division is so crap, and there’s so many points still up for grabs, that it really would take just a decent run at the right time.
Even down to Tranmere in fifteenth are still in with a shout of getting to Wombley. It might not be a big shout, but it’s one none the less.
Today was unprofessional and self-inflicted, but we’ve proved this season we can tighten up enough.
We’re still in February, have a few games against sides not massively better than Hartlepool (including some who are currently above us), and things can change quickly.
That of course assumes we avoid more fuckups like today. If we don’t, the season really is over by Doncaster…
Truth is stranger than fiction: 1) After eighteen months, a stall selling hot drinks outside the south stand. £2-50 for a cup of tea, and queue not helped by metrosexual types wanting lattes with soya milk. Give them a cup of Nescafe instant. 2) “Sounds of the Suburbs” by the Members on PA. Last played before Sutton IIRC, and should be an anthem.
Anything else? Is it me or are our floodlights crap?
A number of people have mentioned how bright the moving adverts around the sides are, but I think that’s compounded by playing under lights that are Toc H rated.
I’m sure there’s reasons why the floodlights look dull, and I expect it passes any EFL requirements.
But it doesn’t add to the viewing experience, and I can see why a couple of people are struggling to watch games with moving images for Rygas and Culina distracting them.
It’s a relatively little thing, but it can be offputting if it’s not right.
It’s not just the lights. There’s a fair few complaints about the PA system being quiet in some areas and deafening in others.
That’s something the club needs to be careful about, especially if it gets mentioned to Merton council by a supporter under health and safety.
The biggest complaint about PL seems to be the pricing of some things, which to be blunt are a rip-off.
Granted, football grounds are notoriously pricey at the best of times. But if what I was told about the cost of a Coke bottle in the bar is true, I’d go thirsty.
The club will argue it needs the money, and I accept that. But they need to remember that these days, people have much more of a choice away from the ground.
And while I don’t like Starbucks, having a new store opposite the ground may be tempting for many…
So, was it worth it? It was up to 95 minutes.
In a nutshell: I hate football.