8 months 3 days ago - 8 months 3 days ago#1by damage
damage created the topic: Get behind the boys
Things didnt go acording to plan the other night. And all the lads were total p.ss.off and fed up. they have put 110% in all season and want to win every game .and they believe they will still win the league the witton way (the hard way)these lads work all day and give everything in every game to the cause.they will win it as they all believe and the management have to pick them up as they are downbeat .but these lads are fighters a shame some others dont shown the same desire the lads need backing.if they read some of these comments it not good for moral everybody is free to speak but there is a time and place and we need to all be one UTA
Last Edit: 8 months 3 days ago by Mike_T. Reason: Amended typo in thread title.
8 months 3 days ago - 8 months 3 days ago#2by WHEELS
WHEELS replied the topic: Get behind the boys
Well said. I've always been behind the management & the players allbeit from a distance but circumstances have dictated that. The hardest thing for me has been not being able to to see this team that Carl & Gary have put together. Things don't always go as you hope but four league defeats in 37 games and made up a fourteen point gap on Shaw Lane tells it's own story. Whether it's the title or we have to go through the play off system, this team have put in a tremendous amount of effort to get us where we are.
Damage hear what you are saying and the crowd are really behind the lads and recognise what a superb season we are having, on thursday despite throwing a 2-0 lead the crowd still stayed behind to applaud them because of the huge effort put into thIS week. In the thread we have been debating what we all think is a very strange decision to drop our favourite goalkeeper - who we also think is the best in this league, and the worry that it might cost us the title and its nothing personal just based on the football we have seen - thats all UTA
Premier League managers constantly use the excuse their players are tired, our manager and our players never seem to use this excuse and they are not full time pros, time to stop complaining about what they or the manager do or have done and just be grateful the title is still in our hands.
I have been retired for 8 years now and I can confirm two things; You cannot work out how you found time to go to work and it is wonderful to be TOTALLY in charge of your life, with the wife's permission of course. Read me in the Our Town magazine.