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Re: Can't sugarcoat that.

By AgentEves7/12/2019 19:13Sat Dec 7 19:13:17 2019In response to Re: Can't sugarcoat that.

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Tell me... why is a draw at home to Crawley significantly worse than a draw away at Walsall? I didn't watch the game today, because I couldn't be bothered to get up at 7am to watch another drab performance, so I'm curious what was so much worse this week than last?

Honestly, I said it last week, I don't know at what point Sampson takes us from a team who is difficult to beat to a team who actually attempts to win games. We have some decent players (Digby & Lakin, particularly), but if we don't go out against Walsall & Crawley and actually attempt to win the game, then does that mean we are just going to go out every week purely with the game plan of 'not losing'?

Credit where it's due - Sampson has made is difficult to beat when under Dino, that wasn't the case, but does he have what it takes to take us to the next level? I'm not so sure. We can't draw every single game 0-0.

The fact that Morcambe are worse, and Macclesfield may get a points deduction, is a lucky, lucky break, but it's a bit embarrassing that we are relying on a team not paying their players' wages for us to stay up.

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