Really? Their pitch looks pretty rough and cut up (on TV) as well. Ours certainly doesn't look like what we've been used to but it makes me wonder whether ours isn't as bad as being said. I truly don't know.Watching Swansea Forest on local TV.Swansea are excellent, Forest appalling.Pitch is interesting very green and lush unlike ours ( on TV) but looks to be cut much longer and subsequently slower. Wonder if Ospreys get more say in pitch preparation than Irish do with us.
Hes playing an absolute blinderQuite enjoying Cheltenham v Citeh. Because it's Cheltenhams regular 1st team, they know how they're set up. Citeh's mish mash of a team haven't got their act together yet.
Didn't we have Tozer here a number of years ago, when he was a youngster? Read a piece about him in the Telegraph today, saying he'd had a big depression period before he actually enjoyed his football again, when he went to Cheltenham.
Newcastle are truly awful, I'm not sure if they even managed to string more than two passes together in the last 20 minutes. The club is an absolute basket case from top to bottom.I concur.
Worse than Fulham sadly.
Seen them 4 times on TV in the past month, they are not a "team".
They may be way ahead of Fulham on points at the moment, but as far as being together as a team, they are light years behind them. Lookman and Loftus-Cheek (the latter who's only on loan) showed more passion and desire against Man Utd last weekend than the whole Newcastle team did not in 90 minutes tonight!They looked as if they gave a sh*t after the final whistle. But they are way ahead of (say) Fulham still.
A good result. Thank goodness they missed that penalty.FT
Preston 0-0 Reading
Reading level on points with us but we have 2 games hand.