Hope And Belief – A Welcome Return
BRENTFORD TEST NEXT UP FOR BOWYERS BATTLERS
Seven nervous games remaining for Championship survival for Lee Bowyer’s Blues. After the monumental win on Good Friday against Swansea, supporters I feel have hope which was desperately needed when we were almost on the floor without any genuine belief.
Bowyer’s arrival is beginning to feel like the days of Rowett and to a lesser extent Gary Monk, when ‘giving it a right old go’ got all of us not quite buzzing, but excited enough to feel part of the fight. Brentford are decent but not insurmountable despite their obvious growing reputation for producing good players season after season.
Under Lee Bowyer I believe the players are growing with confidence and the fear of losing is not so blatantly seen. Whatever happens after the final seventh game is not remotely worth thinking about at this stage, but more of achieving a point per game. Not a lot to ask but nevertheless to reach a 48 points total is what our target represents. Some may feel more is required and that may be so- but that’s my figure. Would be interesting and helpful to know what fellow Bluenoses think the figure should be.
Last Friday we dragged out the prayer mats for Swansea, and at Brentford we just might be tempted to do the same.
Optimism is returning, despair is slowly being buried and hopefully by the end of week when games against Brentford and Stoke have been played- fellow supporters will be seen with long awaited smiles.
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