Depending on who you believe, the interviews for a new manager are either completed, being wrapped up today or the second interviews have yet to be conducted (and by the sound of Bassey here it’s the latter), so at the very latest we’ll know by about Monday. After last night, the appointment can’t come quick
If only… Well, last night certainly turned into one of those nights, didn’t it? And I’m not referring to the detours aplenty your editor ended up having to make on the way there and back. At least I now know how to get from Addlestone to the A3 via Woking. OK, we never seem to
So, looks like that run of form didn’t last too long… Deep down, there seemed to be something a bit predictable about losing at the Memorial Stadium. A bit of confidence going into it for once, the usual fatal slow start, with the inevitable chasing the game and eventually coming away with a moral victory.
Well, I sort of got to finally see our first team play, even if it was through the use of the FF button on my remote. Jampot went one stage further into the gates of hellfire and actually watched the game in person. His thoughts below, mine afterwards… I saw MMK play… and that was
The very fact that Inspector Morse 2 The Bill 0 was one of the least surprising results of the season may give you some idea of the tone of this report coming up. Don’t get me wrong – we battled hard, we did show more composure in midfield than Saturday, DK ran his bollocks off
Some post-Luton/pre-Oxford thoughts… – 48 hours or so after Luton, and I sense a distinct lack of getting carried away with Saturday. Maybe it’s because we knew we rode our luck a little bit, or whether we’re still in shock is unclear. I do suspect though a large part of that is due to us
It seems a bit of a shame that I managed to miss the Oxford game yesterday (report below supplied by Baskers, which I haven’t read before I’ve typed any of this out), as unusually for a loss everyone seemed pretty upbeat and positive. The impression I get is that it was a bit like the