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My prediction is the manager will be in his job Monday morning and in his post match comments Mowbray will say the following:

 

We’re frustrated 

We move on 

We were the better side 

We had more possession 

On a journey 

I’m working class

 

With regards to this new “working class” thing he’s coming out with to somehow justify his position. Frankly I’d prefer a pampered member of the aristocracy if he played players in their correct position and could organise a defence. 

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17 minutes ago, matt83 said:

My prediction is the manager will be in his job Monday morning and in his post match comments Mowbray will say the following:

 

We’re frustrated 

We move on 

We were the better side 

We had more possession 

On a journey 

I’m working class

 

With regards to this new “working class” thing he’s coming out with to somehow justify his position. Frankly I’d prefer a pampered member of the aristocracy if he played players in their correct position and could organise a defence. 

Does anyone know his salary? He's certainly not on the minimum wage, but I suspect it's in six figures.

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This and Brentford are the only games I've any confidence we will get anything out of this month. 

First goal will as usual be crucial. Concede it and we're out of it.

Millwall the draw specialists. Had a poor run following their late defeat at Ewood but have bounced back since Xmas and I think have lost 1 in 11 or something.

Shame they are further along their journey than we are but such is life amongst the big boys.

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8 minutes ago, JHRover said:

This and Brentford are the only games I've any confidence we will get anything out of this month. 

First goal will as usual be crucial. Concede it and we're out of it.

Millwall the draw specialists. Had a poor run following their late defeat at Ewood but have bounced back since Xmas and I think have lost 1 in 11 or something.

Shame they are further along their journey than we are but such is life amongst the big boys.

Why Brentford 

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Predictions:

- We will lose (“we deserved better”, says TM);

- TM isn’t going anywhere this season. This is why we don’t want to lose- It doesn’t get Mowbray fired, and we’re too close to the bottom now to want to get any closer. 

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1 hour ago, matt83 said:

My prediction is the manager will be in his job Monday morning and in his post match comments Mowbray will say the following:

 

We’re frustrated 

We move on 

We were the better side 

We had more possession 

On a journey 

I’m working class

 

With regards to this new “working class” thing he’s coming out with to somehow justify his position. Frankly I’d prefer a pampered member of the aristocracy if he played players in their correct position and could organise a defence. 

What's Lord Lucan doing these days ?

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1 hour ago, roverandout said:

Any predictions? Anyone care? 

Care massively. I'm very anxious about relegation. This isn't just the normal shite and end of season lethargy. We're in trouble and desperate for 3 points.

Don't think we will get them but its definitely the game we have the best chance in considering the fixture list. 

1-1 draw

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This has 1-1 draw written all over it, and we march on into nothingness.


Would be nice to see one of youngsters getting a go soon. A JRC return, Pike and McBride debuts might cheer me up a bit.

Magloire and Chapman seem to be having really good loan spells so that is a little good news for next season. As for this year, can’t wait for it too be done. Tony doesn’t appear to be going anywhere.

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5 minutes ago, Fraserkirky said:

This has 1-1 draw written all over it, and we march on into nothingness.


Would be nice to see one of youngsters getting a go soon. A JRC return, Pike and McBride debuts might cheer me up a bit.

Magloire and Chapman seem to be having really good loan spells so that is a little good news for next season. As for this year, can’t wait for it too be done. Tony doesn’t appear to be going anywhere.

Chapman's really going great at Shrews but I can't see him coming back, unless we go down that is.

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My daughters 1st birthday on Saturday so the chances of me watching or even checking the scores are slim to none. Might watch efl on quest later on at a push.

Millwall rarely lose, we lose lots, difficult to imagine anything at all here. Beaten again by a team full of average players led by a manager with a clear plan.

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I’d go:

                    Kaminski   

          THB.    Lenihan.    JB

Nyambe Evans  Rothwell  Douglas

                      Dack

              Arma.     Brereton

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I mean, we absolutely need to win this. Mowbray probably won't believe it but we are now trying to get the points to stay up. 

Our upcoming fixtures are horrific, so we need to pull something out of the bag or we are screwed.

That said, I have no faith in our manager to get any positive result.

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2 hours ago, matt83 said:

My prediction is the manager will be in his job Monday morning and in his post match comments Mowbray will say the following:

 

We’re frustrated 

We move on 

We were the better side 

We had more possession 

On a journey 

I’m working class

 

With regards to this new “working class” thing he’s coming out with to somehow justify his position. Frankly I’d prefer a pampered member of the aristocracy if he played players in their correct position and could organise a defence. 

He has used that line ever since he arrived at Rovers.

Remember the ''Dad'' story, spitting blood?, and he has built a career and persona out of being a man of the people of one sort or another at ever club hes been at.

He is good at winning the ''hearts and minds' battle.

We need a win to keep any relegation threat at bay and have more difficult fixtures coming this month.

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