Midweek Pinboard 30 Nov 2023

30 Nov 2023 | 3 comments


Well? What do you think of events at the Blues this past week? And what are your expectations for the upcoming fixtures? Whether it is about results, performances or developments off the pitch, here is an opportunity to share your views on the week that has just been for BCFC and also to look ahead to the weekend.

Blues Trust will be posting the Pinboard every Thursday morning so that Blues fans can express opinions, good and bad, about progress as the season unfolds. And your thoughts for the fixtures coming up.

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  1. Stan Moye

    What a roller coaster of emotions. I was so excited when the takeover happened and we made some excellent shrewd signings. I couldn’t wait to complete my two and a half hour journey, and for the first time in years was really enjoying watching the team play. Yes we had some blips, but in the main it was a big improvement. Then Mr Rooney arrived. I feel he’s not only demoralised a large percentage of fans, but l feel the player’s confidence has been affected, firstly he accuses them of being unfit, then there will be an overall of the squad next summer.
    Team and supporter motivation is clearly not one of his strengths. I’ve now currently lost the will to spend £50 getting to the game as l’m not enjoying it. Sure new floodlights, screens and upgraded WiFi signal is great news, but l’d cope with a lesser fan experience if watching the team was more enjoyable. How long will this be allowed to continue? When will Wayne Rooney be asked to explain himself. For me he’s out of his depth, the appointment was made based on what managerial track record by Mr Cook who l assume has a different perception to the meaning “World Class”

  2. Peter W

    Stan has summed everything up perfectly. Rooney always blames his players. The results are never his or his staff’s fault. And the so called style of open football is far less entertaining than it was under Eustace. The owners would now earn a lot of respect from the fans if they were to now admit they made a mistake and get rid of Rooney. They could even plead with Eustace to return and back him to the hilt ?

    • Bill

      Totally agree with Peter. The turn around in form is not all to do with the players.

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