Date: 3rd March 2020 at 11:13am
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Too many poor performances recently have seen us drop to just a point outside the relegation zone with probably the biggest game so far this season set to kick off at The Valley on Saturday afternoon as Middlesbrough visit The Valley in which will be a more than tense encounter with The Boro.

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It’s clear that something needs to change in our approach to games as we have not looked like a side that can be bothered in the last two matches as we have conceded five goals and scored none as we got absolutely smashed against Huddersfield Town on the weekend after they completed the double over us for the season.

The fans are not happy at the recent performances and they have branded them as “heartless” ” have no desire” and “couldn’t be bothered” however I’m trying my best to keep positive, but with the business end of the season now in our mists, it’s hard to stay positive when we are playing the way we are away from home as relegation is starting to look like a real possibility.

The fans on Twitter have had their say about the current situation we find ourselves in and here is what was discussed……

Never thought of that one before……

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