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The Font of all Knowledge
Staff member
Nov 2, 2008
What are your positives and negatives so far this season?


- The football being played is brilliant to watch & a complete contrast to the last few seasons. I applaud what Sturrock did, but the entertainment factor was missing from his style of football, whereas so far it's been very enjoyable to watch free-flowing, quick, passing football. To me the feel-good factor has come back & I'm actually looking forward to going to games instead of seeing it as a chore. Please keep it up Brown.

- The return of Eastwood. If he stays fit he will score 20-25 this season. Easy.

- The team look confident & committed. Something that had been missing over the last few years IMO.


- The strength in depth. Some of the youngsters seem to be out of their depth at the moment. Feels like we need a bit of experience in the middle. Obviously, financial woes have probably hindered this.

- Goal scoring. Fred had been excellent in my eyes, but he's not a 1-man-team, and unless we can start keeping clean sheets, we need more goals to see us over the line.