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By jayess22/2 22:10Mon Feb 22 22:10:12 2021In response to Re: WARNING: DO NOT READ IF NOT AGENTEVES

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Right, I would much sooner read your posts than most on here because (a they are well written and b) well reasoned (usually) even if I don't agree with them. Just lighten up a little.
You labelled my post Moronic after the Crawley game because I chose to illustrate my contention that Wildin and Coker are at least adequate by pointing out that our defensive record is up there with the best in this league.
Consequently, as they form 50% of our back four (and have actually played more games than any other outfield players this season) that is reasonable prima facie evidence that they are up to it.
Your opinion is...an opinion. Our goals against column is a fact, and what's more has largely been achieved without the 90 minute Farman heroics that characterised most of last season's clean sheets.
Now I'm aware that it isn't quite as simple as that, but moronic? I accept your apology when offered.
On to Norris. No, he isn't the next Morison or Godden, but he has a pretty sound pedigree at this level, with a reasonable goal return at Swindon and Colchester. And he offers something different.
Watch the highlights from the Crawley game and you will see he created our best two chances. At Bolton his near post back header would have brought a goal if the player behind him had gambled.
He is limited, but management new what they were signing, so cut him a little slack. Plan A (Newton) has had all season to work. The result is one moment of magic...and it's almost March.
What else are you wrong about? Pett average? No, he's better than that. He and Lines are comfortably our best centre midfield pairing, even if the latter looked like he had his boots on the wrong feet on Saturday.
Life is looking up. Osborne's return means we no longer have to pretend that List and Carter are wingers, and I'm actually looking forward to matches again instead of wondering whether to record them in case I have trouble sleeping later.
And keep on posting. Just leave the M word at home.