URZZZZZZZZ Oh god, the Alf love in
He's on the pitch to finish opportunities and he has spurned 7 or 8 in the last two matches alone.
Vic_Flange Captains (not the armband, who knows why that bollocks came in a few seasons ago) ARE relevant - they need to inspire the players, carry out the managers and their own orders, assist with any problems within the team, plus these days they are the only one who is allowed to, ahem, talk to the referee (yes, I know, but dont blame me for this one, its the law, Guv) and more.
Being captain is a big role -or at least it's supposed to be. Sod it, yes, just give them as poncey armband a la some tarty American bollocks and make it end there. Or indeed, end altogether?
Vision As AP points out the Captain's armband is just a meaningless accessory really. The reason McAnuff is captain is as much to do with his influence off the pitch as much as on it and because the manager knows and trusts him. Unlike many on here I don't think up until last night's terrible performance he's been that bad at all this season although he's not been particluarly good either.
There's the point for me and McAnuff is sympomatic of the whole team this season. The odd game aside we've not been especially bad but at no time have we really looked like a good side either. He (and us) are just mind numbingly ordinary.
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