So we are back at Villa Park on Saturday. Boy does Bruce need a win, I think he is now a dead man walking and a defeat, particularly a defeat with a poor performance will make his position untenable.
I can hear the boos now ringing around Villa Park.
But according to the boss, he is the man to get us promoted, so maybe he gets a performance on Sat.
We have no striker unless he goes for some of the kids, which I think would be better. He will, of course go with Gabby.
So what do you reckon lads? A stunning season changing win? A poor performance and scrape a win? A tight and boring 0-0? Or the end for Bruce with the lads not playing for him?
I'm going for a 3-0 win as I am the eternal optimist and slightly insane!!
A slightly better performance except for up front. We will fail to score. If we play Whelan Norwich will go for him (too slow), carve holes in the defence and get 1 or more goals.
I really hope he's gone by then. The longer he stays the more negative it gets.
Bottom line: I'm totally convinced Bruce can't do it. Top half finish would be optimistic. Relegation possible.
Got to agree with you on most of the above point's McP .
A win by no mean's impossible is in my book unlikely bore draw more of a reality if we lose and do not turn up with a half decent performance then the reality is Bruce better start to clear his desk .
Agree with you there JDHS
At least the kid's have something to prove instead of players relying on there yesterday's for a place in the team .
Well Bosko - a stunning season changing win - highly unlikely, if that was coming we would have seen some good signs emerging long before 2morow.
A poor performance - more than likely but cant see where any goals are gonna come from to achieve a win.
Tight & boring 0-0 no chance 0-2 more than likely - Bruce does not know how to set up a team to prevent opposition from scoring.
The lads will play for him the way that he wants them to play - which is not good enough !
Eternal optimist & overly insane - but we all live in hope that things will change for the better.
Until the end of the season ...
Team: Johnstone, Hutton, Terry, Chester, Taylor, Hourihane, Whelan, Onomah, Green, Elmo, Davis
Well half way there. Let's hope we can keep this up. The young lads have done well.