Millwall v surrender monkeys

#8
That was my state of mind for the Luton game. Best case scenario we do what is expected - win. Worst case scenario - we lose. Anything less than a win is below par. And, as presumed we aspired to ignominy.

Today, I’m expecting ignominy. So, I will be delighted with even a sliver more.
 

jackodiamonds

Set-Piece Specialist
Staff member
#9
One of the trains into central London from where I live passes by the Den, with pretty good views of the pitch for about 5 seconds at a time while going past. I thought about taking the train tonight just to have a quick glimpse of the game, but the way things are going all I'd probably see in those 5 seconds are Millwall scoring :rolleyes:
 

ivoralljack

Grizzled Veteran
Staff member
#10
The game is live on Sky but if you fear a Millwall goal every 5 seconds then we're gonna lose by a bucketful and then some!! :eek: Hope I haven't put a hex on us. :LOL: Brighton v Man Utd on Pick free to air and also on Sky, kick-off 20:15.
 

Jackflash

Midfield General
Staff member
#11
Of course we care, or we wouldn't be posting these posts. The fly in the ointment is now becoming quite obvious, it's Cooper without doubt,. Yankeejack and myself were slated not so long back for our opinions of him. Mine hasn't changed one iota and I can probably say the same for Yankee. Whilst he is at the Liberty, along with (yes man) Birch we will never progress. Birch has shown his ability by employing this clown. Two of our most stalwart staff members it would seem regret agreeing with his selection, Leon by quitting, and Curt almost going into hiding. I think we all care enough to want to see the back of Cooper and re-instate a manager with some Championship standing and get this show back on the road.
 
#12
Surrender monkeys for today

Swansea City: Freddie Woodman; Kyle Naughton, Ben Cabango, Ben Wilmot, Jake Bidwell; George Byers, Matt Grimes (captain); Andre Ayew, Conor Gallagher, Yan Dhanda; Rhian Brewster.
Substitutes: Erwin Mulder, Marc Guehi, Connor Roberts, Nathan Dyer, Wayne Routledge, Jay Fulton, Aldo Kalulu, Bersant Celina, Liam Cullen.
 
#13
Of course we care, or we wouldn't be posting these posts. The fly in the ointment is now becoming quite obvious, it's Cooper without doubt,. Yankeejack and myself were slated not so long back for our opinions of him. Mine hasn't changed one iota and I can probably say the same for Yankee. Whilst he is at the Liberty, along with (yes man) Birch we will never progress. Birch has shown his ability by employing this clown. Two of our most stalwart staff members it would seem regret agreeing with his selection, Leon by quitting, and Curt almost going into hiding. I think we all care enough to want to see the back of Cooper and re-instate a manager with some Championship standing and get this show back on the road.
I'd love to know what kinds of speeches go on in the dressing room and what the players think about him.

Someone on the radio asked if you could know everything about the behind the scenes this season at Swansea or know everything about whether there's life on other planets and how they built Stonehenge. I'm probably choosing Swansea. I want to know what his half time pep talks are like and what the owners are telling Birch.
 
#14
Byers starts .... after a rather nondescript performance against Luton - I presume Fulton needs a rest or is carrying a bit of bruise from the match. Dhanda starts ... OK kid, time to show what you can do.
 

ivoralljack

Grizzled Veteran
Staff member
#15
Celina back in the squad. I wonder why. I hope Cullen gets some minutes, not because I expect him to bang in immediate goals but he is absolutely a prospect that will come good in time. Natural goalscorer in the 'Unders'.
 
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