leonpaddy20Snowflake Royal We're certainly in a fight to stay up and things are looking bad. But currently we are the ones with the points in the board. Four teams have to overhaul us for us to go down.
Even at our recent shittest we've matched points with Burton and Sunderland over the last six games. Hull and Barnsley have gained just 1 point on us in the same period.
It looks pretty certain Bolton and Brum will ease past us, but who cares? That won't relegate us. We basically need a point a game, possibly even less. Win one of the next three and we're achieving that. Forest are very beatable and we've had almost as many wins against good sides as shit, so something surprising could happen.
I'd rather be us than Hull or Barnsley right now. Certainly than Sunderland or Burton.
I'd put us about 70/30 to stay up right now. Lose to Forest and have most of the four below us pick up points and I think you have to say it drops to about 50/50.
It's squeeky bum time, but it's not a certainty by any stretch of the imagination.
The only thing the fans can do to help is to loudly back the players during the game. Confidence is so shot to buggery I'm not sure a change of management is anything like sure to bring an improvement.
But if you do want to act to get Stam out. Do it AFTER the game. Not during. Of course, you'd have to actually stay to the end for that wouldn't you.
Spot on post. Great assessment of our present situation
Disagree. I actually go to games. As ever IR criticises the fans not the manager.
The fact that ANYONE turns up to games shows the resilience of the fans.
Which bit do you disagree with? How do disagree with it and why?
What do you think the fans can do that will have almost no negative impact and possibly a positive one?