Can you blame them. I’m listening on the Radio and could here our fans in the first half despite being 2-0 down, players should go over to them after the final whistle and applaud their effort!The Maidstone fans are in fine and loud voice. Our lot? Not so much.
I'm told, via a steward, we have 211 here.
It's my rugged charm and good looks, it's a winning combination that wins over people and gets me extra portions. that and I saw one certain Dulwich Hamlet fan go back for at least 3 servings so blame him if they ran out of mushy peas.They never mentioned free mushy peas to me , excellent proper Cornish pasty and gravy but the chips were a bit hard. Lovely ground.
Seeing as it's Gavin's tactics that are proving so catastrophically poor - despite a decent sized playing budget and a revolving door of what appears to be talented players - I can't see how there's anyone left to blame but him.Listened to this on the radio. Sounds like the same failings that have plagued us this season - teams change their tactics at half time, we don't and concede in the second half. As we've usually conceded in the first half as well this usually results us having to fight bloody hard for a draw. We seriously need a centre back with pace to play alongside Smith or Taylor, and to stop signing bloody wingers. Ainsworth could play as a forward in the SPL not so long ago so could surely have done a job alongside Kearney today if Mills wasn't to be picked.
Given the number of defeats we've had this season something has to change, and not just the starting eleven every week.
Yes, I'd be interested to hear why he, or Junior, think this season has gone so poorly. There's also one or two players I'd love to hear his thoughts on (and his rationale for selecting them) too...Seeing as it's Gavin's tactics that are proving so catastrophically poor - despite a decent sized playing budget and a revolving door of what appears to be talented players - I can't see how there's anyone left to blame but him.