Two points for today, three points wanted tomorrow
I’ll keep this short and sweet. What I’m hoping for this weekend are,,
1,, Lenny to carry Thursday lessons into Sunday.
2,, A supported and sensible protest rally.
On the first only a blind man would not have noticed much needed improvement when some considered fringe players came in. I’m of the opinion if it ain’t broke don’t fix it, I hope Neil is the same.
With his job under severe scrutiny, the goodwill earned by a working system fuelled by hungry players cannot be understated.
To go back to the non functioning usual suspects after that would almost be criminal. He and his staff will surely have learnt their lesson with that rare victory. I would be happy for the same team again but should a couple drop out they really should see the bench and probable involvement, not only as a reward but to continue fostering morale. Soro and Turnbull simply must start though, no ifs or buts.
We didn’t learn how to cope with Stevie May again despite knowing he’s a handful,,we know Kabamba likes to get physical and had a good game against us up in Perth earlier in the campaign.
Getting the better of him now would be a good sign, maybe give the sieve some much needed heart. I’m paying close attention to this battle.
Speaking of close attention, it’s clear during Sunday’s protest a few eyes will be watching those doing nothing more than exercising their rights. Thursday victory in no way glosses over the fact real change is needed at our club.
Most recognise this now.
But we also know there’s many who would love this to blow up. The MSM would love nothing more than some sensationalist photos to boost sales and a Timmy is bad story is the easy go to.
Plod will love this opportunity to get the extra cash before Christmas and if there’s a chance to arrest a few or issue fines all the better. It’s my opinion they would much rather harass us than try their luck over at Ibrox, where laws just don’t seem to apply and the press sweep dirt under the carpet considering it part of the job.
The medical profession certainly don’t want any gatherings to go wrong, and neither do your family so close to Christmas. If you are attending thanks for helping to get the message across and please adhere to all guidelines.
Wear your heart on your sleeve, and a mask please.