elrey When he first arrived I posted about his managerial statistics.
He's on a win rate of 25.7%. That's worse than his last two teams at 31.3% and 26.3%. His previous one was 7.7% over 13 games, he had a spell at three clubs where he was between 42% and 56% but in tinpot leagues.
I'm not saying he should go just yet, but I don't think he's the man to take the club forward. It seems like one game he can do it, then next he'll get walked all over, and it's happened so many times.
Just before the hype began this season, I made a comment that it felt like Stam's second season. Constantly thinking that the change was just around the corner...... always, always just around that corner, and we're a Roman road.
The Stam second season comparison has occurred to me.
We should have been a lot better that season. For example we should have beaten Fulham first home game. But many individual errors early on cost us a lot of early points from then on we were playing catch up and just clueless. We're in danger of going the same way.
Errors cost us against Wednesday in a game we could have got points. That has been repeated in a number of the games since and we've now started to show no ideas how to turn games around and some quite insipid play. And the opposition will all arrive believing they should win.