Ok then, I was wrong

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  1. Til

    Tilertoes Well-Known Member

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    I’ve genuinely thought that due to the amount of chances we’ve been creating each game that luck and a good streak of finishing would swing things our way.
    Unfortunately I was wrong and that cheeses me right the **** off.
     
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    MrsHallsToffeerolls Well-Known Member

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    Tha weren`t alone fella, enjoyed all thi positivity in all the gloomy threads but at the end of the day whatever we all thought we are all feeling the hurt of it all at the moment.
     
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    Fair play to you for remaining optimistic even up to the last day. I wish I could have. We did create lots in many games, we just didn't have the quality to capitalise. Then we got picked off ruthlessly nearly every time a mistake was made at the back.
     
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    Your optimism was a welcome relief when we didn't have a great deal to be positive about.
    If it's any consolation to you, I'm quite sure everyone WANTED you to be proved right.
    Everyone, maybe except the players yesterday. Morais' pre-match team talk, "F**k that Tilertoes, we are going down. Believe!!!".
     

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