A good result against Sheffield to be sure but I am not getting my hopes up too far. The last time we got to the 4th round in the FA Cup was back in the 2000-1 season where we eventually got pummelled 6-0 by Arsenal. I'll not be despondant either. Any positive result away from home has got to be good.
Quite some time I think. With luck this will give our lads some time to forget the performances of previous league games and show us what they are really made of.
Some passion, as shown by our current QPR Girl Melissa, will restore a little bit of faith in the fans I hope.
Happy New Year to all
It would appear not after what seems to be a very nervous, scrappy and defensive
win against Bristol City. Personally I would take the 3 points after our recent run
of form and hope the entertainment value will increase with the confidence.
I'm off to read a few match reports and hopefully get a clearer picture of what
went on. In the meantime why don't you enjoy the latest update and be ready
for another, soon after the Ipswich game.
......seems to be the common expression on the message boards regarding out recent performance, and from the match reports it would seem to be a valid expression. Where's the heart? Where is the passion?
A little too early in Paul Harts reign for me to be making any judgements on the matter (although that has never stopped the board) but it does leave me pining for "the good old days" and right now I don't care if that means the Jago/Sexton era or that of Olly, when the
Thankfully in a far more productive fashion this time. Thanks to Kasper for showing everyone how it's done.
I'm certain that had I been following the game live online, I would have been just as gutted as many at the last-kick effort of WBA, and the resulting loss of two points. However comparing my dread of this game with the relief of seeing us avoid another embarrassing defeat I can only conclude that this was a good result for us.
Reading the match reports afterwards
Updated 16-12-2009 at 12:51 AM by Frisson