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Post  talcnturnip on 2017-04-29, 4:59 pm

Got to be said H it is all that we have deserved this season, far far too many woeful performances from so called pro footballers. Glad I watched the Rugby to be honest.

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Post  Hieronymus on 2017-04-29, 5:02 pm

talcnturnip wrote:Got to be said H it is all that we have deserved this season, far far too many woeful performances from so called pro footballers. Glad I watched the Rugby to be honest.
Yeah, it felt a bit like a mercy killing to be honest. Not confident about the future at all now. Feeling quite sad Crying or Very sad
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Post  Jerry the Jinx on 2017-04-29, 5:05 pm

Well a bit like Gil, circumstances kept me away from the game.
Like everyone else,just glad it's all over and done with
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Post  talcnturnip on 2017-04-29, 5:07 pm

Pissed off H (excuse the French) but not sad at all, strangely happy after watching The Army beat The Navy AGAIN
We rip it up and start again next season, think that a good lot of the fans who have supported the lads through thin and thinner will now be thinking twice about which games they go to next season, good thing is there are a lot of away games within 2 hours drive of us so will be looking at them rather than the home games.

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Post  sunderpitt on 2017-04-29, 5:32 pm

1st game I have deliberately missed, just could not face it.

I reckon I made the right choice....will be there next season
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Post  Terrapinic on 2017-04-29, 5:35 pm

Can anyone tell me how they worked out the official attendance to be over 38,000,so many empty spaces.At least we had a few chances.Good show by Honeyman when he came on,why Piennar started,he was knackered after 20 minutes.
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Post  sunderpitt on 2017-04-29, 5:47 pm

Terrapinic wrote:Can anyone tell me how they worked out the official attendance to be over 38,000,so many empty spaces.At least we had a few chances.Good show by Honeyman when he came on,why Piennar started,he was knackered after 20 minutes.

Someone has said they count season ticket holders attending even if like me they did not turn out?
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Post  Hieronymus on 2017-04-29, 6:20 pm

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Terrapinic wrote:Can anyone tell me how they worked out the official attendance to be over 38,000,so many empty spaces.At least we had a few chances.Good show by Honeyman when he came on,why Piennar started,he was knackered after 20 minutes.

Someone has said they count season ticket holders attending even if like me they did not turn out?
Yes that is what i imagine they mean by "official" attendance, as opposed to "physical" attendance
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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-04-29, 6:39 pm

Well that's me home and I enjoyed the game, yes we lost and yes we are down but we knew that anyway.

I attended to watch a football match and a football match I enjoyed. Lost of work and passion on show, lacking quality yes but again we knew that.

Defoe had some good chances but his shooting boots must have been left at home.

A cracking ride home with a full b us going to Hull next week for a going down party, wish my old legs could make it but they cant so party time for me will be our final home game against Swansea.

Cheer up boy's and girl's, been here before and next season we will still be playing football, enjoying our day and in the big scheme of things it really is just a game.

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Post  Hieronymus on 2017-04-29, 6:57 pm

cyprussyd wrote:Well that's me home and I enjoyed the game, yes we lost and yes we are down but we knew that anyway.

I attended to watch a football match and a football match I enjoyed. Lost of work and passion on show, lacking quality yes but again we knew that.

Defoe had some good chances but his shooting boots must have been left at home.

A cracking ride home with a full b us going to Hull next week for a going down party, wish my old legs could make it but they cant so party time for me will be our final home game against Swansea.

Cheer up boy's and girl's, been here before and next season we will still be playing football, enjoying our day and in the big scheme of things it really is just a game.
It sounded okay on radio with lots of chances and I was glad it didn't turn toxic as it might have if Bournemouth had scored early. But I just knew we would not hold out and I knew Josh King would score since he was on my Fantasy League bench! Knew I should have hexed him by picking him Razz

Of course you are right. We will all pick ourselves up and dust ourselves down and what will be will be as far as Moyes, Short and the players are concerned. But come 5th August we will all want a win, no matter who we are playing Very Happy
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