Crawley 0-1 Bees: Match Reports and Reactions

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First great support again from 1200+ bees and 3 more points.The fact that apart from the penalty their keeper didn't have one shot to save tells you it was all about the points.The other stand out for me was the players worked their socks off without showing any real quality.Mac was my motm followed by Dean although I still say he's wasted at right back.The goal came about by good play from Trotta who played Harris in and he beat a couple of players and was brought down in the box def penalty that was put away by Forshaw.After that we just sat back and played the ball mainly sideways and backwards and on the odd occasion forward.Forshaw was poor today lost the ball too many times and Douglas was off the pace and was surprised he was kept on second half but Saville came off for Dave who continued the negative midfield play and was Dreadfull.Crawley looked the more likely team to score in the second half and had it not been for a good save by Button before HT they would have been level.We have a great squad of players and if used correctly we should be able to knock teams like Crawley away easier than that.Donaldson and Trotta were never nearer than 20 yards of each other and most of the game CD was hugging the touchline that isn't going to produce goals.If we play like this in the next 30 games with the same result I will be in as happy as a pig in sh*t but that ain't going to happen is it.Win the next home game and Peterborough and Wolves will be looking over their shoulders with something to think about and hopefully we will have the confidence to show what good players we have.
 

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ugly.....turgid....3 points.....bidwell MOTM.
 

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3 points but we lost the midfield battle in the 2nd half ad JD did his unseen work. Mac was needed in there, their flyer was put on the left and he dealt with him well but we need him in that middle. Trotta worked his anus off, Button was safe, Dean was big, Craig was his usual legend, Bidwell kept going as he was always worked, Sav was good but I presume injured, Adam was good at times but not at his best, Harris creates problem, Clay was not at the races. All of them worked their socks off and it was workmanlike win, the table looks pretty, the football does not, I hope it continues but would like a performance.
 

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To be fair, the wind made it difficult to judge long passes and crosses, but we did just about enough to deserve the win. I am not a Trotta fan, but he worked hard today and might have had a goal if he could have shot straight.
 
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Wasn't there but the game I saw at Wingate and Finchley was ruined by the wind and in these type of conditions sometimes the flowing football has to go out of the window.

Maybe some of the judgements are a bit harsh as I suspect they were after the Bristol match.
 

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Wasn't there but the game I saw at Wingate and Finchley was ruined by the wind and in these type of conditions sometimes the flowing football has to go out of the window.

Maybe some of the judgements are a bit harsh as I suspect they were after the Bristol match.

Bristol passed the ball well that night and at times so did Crawley today, on a decent enough surface.
 

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Bristol passed the ball well that night and at times so did Crawley today, on a decent enough surface.[/QUOTE

Perhaps the dominating, expansive football will come eventually. We desperately needed to put a run together so I suppose win ugly will do for now. 2 winnable games to come and then Wolves and Posh. At least we have put ourselves back in contention. TBH the jury is still out for me.
 
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Wasn't there but the game I saw at Wingate and Finchley was ruined by the wind and in these type of conditions sometimes the flowing football has to go out of the window.

Maybe some of the judgements are a bit harsh as I suspect they were after the Bristol match.

Maybe you should get off your arse and get to a game and maybe "judgments " won't seem so harsh.2 away games 3 shots on target piss poor not harsh fact.
 

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We were poor, they were worse but a wins a win.
 

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3 points. Clean sheet. Great support from the 1214. Kadeem played well, worked and tracked back helping Jake on many occasions. Alan Mac was excellent, again. Should be central with Logan back at RB but then we don't pick the XI.

Nice to see NB waving again at Uwe.... :wave: KB was stoney faced once again. :(
 
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Maybe you should get off your arse and get to a game and maybe "judgments " won't seem so harsh.2 away games 3 shots on target piss poor not harsh fact.

Maybe you should stop being so aggressively offensive .

You all seem to think we should waltz through the opposition at will. It just doesn't work like that at any level. I personally think the adjustments Uwe has made recently are working just fine.
 

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As some people have said another ugly win, I will take it all day , 4 ugly wins on the trot suits me fine, just so pleased that we seem to have found a consistent penalty taker as well, never doubted Adam for a moment lol
 

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Poor performance today, if we play like that against top teams in this division we will get beat. The midfield was overrun at times by Crawley who played some nice football. Would have liked to see Donaldson play central with Trotta rather than out wide which was ineffective. We brought too much pressure on to ourselves however credit to the lads a good win when we didn't play particularly well. McCormack & Bidwell both had good games and was impressed by Joe Walsh at centre back.
 
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Who's all ?I post for myself.i tried to post a constructive view as to what I saw and don't think someone watching a 10th rate game 50 miles away should be posting on the match thread.Agressive and offensive FFS
 

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Pretty awful game that felt like a pre-season friendly at times.

Harris has added a different dimension to the team and was far and away our most dangerous player. Thought Trotta had a decent game and Dean looked more like the Harlee of last season. Mac superb as well. Will Grigg looked good when he came on too. Still not convinced by the 4-3-2-1 or whatever you want to call it. We need the strikers closer together.

Good support from from the 1,200 Bees in what was otherwise an awful atmosphere. Gary Alexander was having quite a lengthy exchange with a Bees fan as he warmed up on the sideline.
 

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It wasn't ugly because we played it mainly on the floor in nice little triangles. It was mainly non threatening play though and the results are thankfully nullifying the fact we are very dull to watch.

League table looking good at the moment though. Closing in on Posh lets pick them off one at a time.

Tony Craig MOM for me.
 

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Sat and had a chat with the Walsall scout during the game who had to do a report on Crawley and he noted that their keeper never had a shot to save.He supports Brentford aswell which was good.
Scrappy ugly 1-0 away win and I guess that is how it is going to be.That side that squad is so much better than that today and it can perform so much better,but 3 points is 3 points against a pretty poor outfit is good enough.
 

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not great but a solid 1-0 win against a decent crawley side. will take poor performance wins then pretty defeats all day long. onwards and upwards
 

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How bad was their support, it seemed almost a friendly type of atmosphere and they thought it was a ninety minute silence!

Solid performance by the Bees but still work in progress. MOTM match for me was Mac, best signing of the summer by far!

Great Bees presence and worth the travelling for the Gary Alexander abuse and the Ginger steward chants... Classic!
 

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Jesus that was hard on the fans. Fantastic support again today and we deserve success. Unfortunately the table does lie and you wont get it with Uwe in charge and that confirmed it for me today.
I dont blame the players who proved they were good ones last season. This term they just look so uncomfortable.
We managed no shots on target apart from the penalty and before the introduction of Grigg and Sam we were just so so negative.
How many times did we get into an attacking position and just then go sideways and back and further back again inviting trouble...
Crawley were poor we were the same until the final twenty minutes.
We have VERY good players here but Uwe has his favourites and it is killing us as a team.
McCormack was signed as a positive leader in central midfield - its criminal that hes wasted at right back when we have Logan.
Hes fallen out with Logan, Hayes, obviously doesnt rate Farid and sticks with Trotta who is less than an average player (Uwe was all over him cuddling him when he took him off) and others that seemingly have to play whatever.
We may have won four out of four but do not be fooled. If this bloke gets us up theres £500 from me for a GPG charity of choice...
 

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Pitch was rubbish. Not one for playing pretty football. Wind didn't help either.

We were solid but still don't look like scoring the goals we should. Midfield combination didn't really work all day. Clayton never in the game.

Special mentions for Alan Mac, Craig and Harris. Handy booking for Harlee too.
 

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As others have said, not a performance that's going to live long in the memory but another very pleasing 3pts and we have a good little run going now. Defensively we were excellent with Harlee much improved, Mac very solid and Craig and Bidwell both MOTM contenders. Midfield was where we really struggled IMO, never really imposing ourselves, not getting enough quality ball to the forwards and allowing Crawley too much time on the ball.

Up front, Trotta worked hard but was starved of service but played a good part in the goal and should've done better with a good chance he created for himself. Clayton was quiet and didn't see anywhere near enough of the ball. I'm still to be convinced by him that far out wide too.

A good late cameo from Grigg again and I hope to see him given the nod against Staines - a good chance to stake his claim for a start.
 

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Perhaps I was at a different match but thought we were well worth our win. Crawley rarely threatened and although they were better in second half, felt we were comfortable. We did make chances in second half and had we got one or two on target would have been much more comfortable. Looked pretty solid at back and only looked at all troubled when midfield gave it away just in our half. Just feel that if we played two through the middle we would tear teams like Crawley apart. Things continuing to improve and really feel it will gel soon. Long way to go and we are capable of being right up there. Brilliant support again. I don't think I have ever heard quieter home support. You Beeeessss!!!!
 

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Competent if not exciting performance not helped by swirling wind.
Game forgettable and boring I'm afraid but we're winning without even getting out of 2nd gear as I see it.
Our two best players were Mac and Jake who were excellent in defence and good going forward.
I don't think we were strong enough in midfield today,
Adam still the one to make things happen but he gave the ball away cheaply couple of times and wasn't protected by JD.
I'd like to see Mac back in the middle ASAP in time for
Posh and Wolves games but unsure if Uwe will change
things when results have been positive if not the
performances.
Bloody cold in the tent stand second half and the best
entertainment came from watching the lads baiting the
Ginger "Response" steward. Laughed as he nearly jumped out of his boots when the banger went off, any credibility that a ginger rocker might have well and truly went out the window.

Next week let's hope we get a few goals and a good performance to boost fans and team confidence before the big league games looming.
 

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We did play some very neat passing triangles but they were mostly sideways or backward movements, most of the time it was long ball that came straight back or over hit and went out of play.
Crawley seemed more energetic and quicker to the ball, it's because we seemed possessed of a special magic that they didn't score.
We had some stand out performances though, Alan Mac and Captain Craig were my joint heroes today.
Playing Trotta isolated up front will severely limit our goals from open play and could be a big deciding factor in our final position this season, even if it's only when playing away, a better team would have beaten us today, we need to be that better team.
 

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The sign of a team playing poor and still getting 3 points is the sign of a promotion challenging team. Thats what we have to do. Obviously, we would all love a good performance along with the result too, but the result is much more important, so as long as that goes our way, it doesn't really matter.
 

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Difficult pitch to play on and the pre-match conditions did not help either. Unbelievable that the penalty was our only real chance of any note, a few half chances here and there but we were away from home... not the perfect performance but certainly the perfect outcome.

1200+ Bees were vocal in parts, difficult to generate an atmosphere tbf.

Onto Staines next week! :)
 

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Again we were not at our best, most of our problems were caused by us giving the ball away in poor areas. Team seemed flat. Saville going off with a bug wonder if their one going around the squad?. An ugly win and 3 points is all it was.
 

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As others have said, not a performance that's going to live long in the memory but another very pleasing 3pts and we have a good little run going now. Defensively we were excellent with Harlee much improved, Mac very solid and Craig and Bidwell both MOTM contenders. Midfield was where we really struggled IMO, never really imposing ourselves, not getting enough quality ball to the forwards and allowing Crawley too much time on the ball.

Up front, Trotta worked hard but was starved of service but played a good part in the goal and should've done better with a good chance he created for himself. Clayton was quiet and didn't see anywhere near enough of the ball. I'm still to be convinced by him that far out wide too.

A good late cameo from Grigg again and I hope to see him given the nod against Staines - a good chance to stake his claim for a start.

Whilst dont want to change a winning team against Staines would like to see logan back at right back and Grigg given a run out up front. Not sure who will replace Dean at centre back. Would like to see nugent if he is allowed to play.
 

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I'll take three points however we get them. We controlled the game for much of the time and although Crawley passed the ball around quite crisply they did not have enough up front to seriously threaten us. The balance up front for us is not quite right, I thought Grigg looked lively in the time he was on the pitch and Trotta has many qualities but challenging for the ball with Div 1 central defenders is not one of them. Normally I'm bricking it when we get penalties, I hid behind the ER stand for the Swindon PO shoot-out, but like Chatham Bee I never had any doubt as Adam stepped up and the goal looked huge.
 

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When did we last win 4 league games in a row??............
 

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Not great to watch but job done. Harris started off very lively and a quick pass out to him and a run into the box caused panic in the Crawley defence... penalty, neatly tucked away by Forshaw after 5 minutes. Then it seemed to go flat; Crawley were knocked back and we were content to dictate a rather unadventurous game. One decent spell of possession and passing for about 5 minutes and that was about it for the first half. Defensively we were in control but the midfield was untidy with a lot of misplaced passes and, up front, Harris worked a few moves, Trotta had some wayward shots and Donaldson kept quiet as the target for long balls.

Second half Crawley upped their game and used the width of the pitch but, apart from allowing a header and a shot that both went wide, our defence looked sound. With Toumani on for Saville and both Douglas and Forshaw off their games, not a lot actually happened. Grigg, for Trotta, added some energy, and Saunders, for Harris, took a couple of corners and tightened up our left... and that was about it.

Another win for the unexciting run, which can't be bad, but all-in-all we need to be a lot better going forward. I'd actually like to see Trotta and Grigg together instead of alternatives.
 

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Difficult conditions today with a gusty wind and the heavy pre-match shower made for a slippery pitch.

Crawley committed four fouls in the first five minutes, the first after two seconds, the last with the Crawley number 5 tripping Harris as he jinked into the box , following a good pass from Trotta. Forshaw sent the keeper the wrong way and coolly dispatched the resultant penalty.

That was probably the most exciting bit in a rather dull game. Bees were not at their best and I’m not sure we had another shot on target. Crawley weren’t much better – Button had to make two saves. They had two useful wide men and a clever midfield player but the Bees defence restricted them to only a few shots.

Midfield failed to win us sufficient possession and Trotta was isolated up front. Harris looked lively, particularly first half, until substituted by Sam Saunders. But Bees looked happy to hang on to their one goal lead rather than press the opposition and thus lots of sideways passing.

MOTM must be one of the back four – either Bidwell or Mac who worked hard, were strong and made some good forward runs as well.
 

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As others have said, not a performance that's going to live long in the memory but another very pleasing 3pts and we have a good little run going now. Defensively we were excellent with Harlee much improved, Mac very solid and Craig and Bidwell both MOTM contenders. Midfield was where we really struggled IMO, never really imposing ourselves, not getting enough quality ball to the forwards and allowing Crawley too much time on the ball.

Up front, Trotta worked hard but was starved of service but played a good part in the goal and should've done better with a good chance he created for himself. Clayton was quiet and didn't see anywhere near enough of the ball. I'm still to be convinced by him that far out wide too.

A good late cameo from Grigg again and I hope to see him given the nod against Staines - a good chance to stake his claim for a start.

good post. i doubt he will start grigg. why? because he is ours ( and cost mb £300k - yess, £300,000) and he has borrowed trotta from the elite and uwe prefers loan players to our own. having said that, he took all three loan players off!!!!

i thought we played ok and crawley have lost a bit since a year or two back. we probably just about deserved to win.

my motm: ? mac.
 

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good post. i doubt he will start grigg. why? because he is ours ( and cost mb £300k - yess, £300,000) and he has borrowed trotta from the elite and uwe prefers loan players to our own. having said that, he took all three loan players off!!!!

Do you ever have anything different to say?
 

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Wasn't there but the game I saw at Wingate and Finchley was ruined by the wind and in these type of conditions sometimes the flowing football has to go out of the window.

Maybe some of the judgements are a bit harsh as I suspect they were after the Bristol match.

you really should try and actually go to the game....then you can make a judgement.....otherwise your opinion isnt really that justified ????

as for the game, as long as we keep winning its all good BUT once again we werent great and my worry is that as soon as we play a decent side we;re gonna have problems.....at 1 up that game was there to be killed off and we didnt do it....got away with it but better sides would have punished us......im claytons biggest fan but today he was rubbish and thats a kin fact....harlee was immense and a few others did ok....apart from that it was pretty grim but a wins a win....still not convinced with uwes tactics and this not leaving someone up for their corners is really frustrating,,,,,twice today we could have cleared it to someone but someone wasnt there and it came straight back.,,,,please try something different uwe just for me ;)

good support and there was loads more than 1200 there....a crowd of over 4k proves that point....another tax fiddle......and good stuff from the yooooot behind the goal, very funny at the end with the blue vested clowns and the fireworks lol

the bandwagon rolls on but wolves will be the big test.....we'll win the next 2 and then this game will provide the marker for this season ;)
 

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Easy enough win on our march to promotion. Luckily we only won by one goal so the anti-uwe element have something to moan about whilst the majority celebrate another 3 lovely points :kingkev:
 

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Easy enough win on our march to promotion. Luckily we only won by one goal so the anti-uwe element have something to moan about whilst the majority celebrate another 3 lovely points :kingkev:

why would you even bring an anti uwe discussion into the match reports,,,,,very kin strange :(

get on with it ;) brentford won and we're all happy whether you like uwe or not....i dont get all this cheap point scoring ???
 

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Easy enough win on our march to promotion. Luckily we only won by one goal so the anti-uwe element have something to moan about whilst the majority celebrate another 3 lovely points :kingkev:

There's no anti Uwe so far as I can see, no need for you to stir. If you thought the football was good and that was a strong performance without 1 shot on target I feel sorry for you.
A wins a win we will need to improve significantly to beat the likes of Posh and Wolves.
 
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Easy enough win on our march to promotion. Luckily we only won by one goal so the anti-uwe element have something to moan about whilst the majority celebrate another 3 lovely points :kingkev:

Just breathe ............ and let it go.

I'm sure there will be lots for the anti Uwe brigade to have a dig at over the coming weeks and months, but not now please
 

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Easy enough win on our march to promotion. Luckily we only won by one goal so the anti-uwe element have something to moan about whilst the majority celebrate another 3 lovely points :kingkev:

Given the only shot on target was the penalty we were never likely to win by more than 1-0?
 

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Just breathe ............ and let it go.

I'm sure there will be lots for the anti Uwe brigade to have a dig at over the coming weeks and months, but not now please

lol The only two posts touching upon this subject have been this one and the one you quoted. Incredible.
 

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Just breathe ............ and let it go.

I'm sure there will be lots for the anti Uwe brigade to have a dig at over the coming weeks and months, but not now please

why would there be.....if we carry on winning uwe can call everyone a $%%$ for all im bothered.....we win and hes fine......would be nice to win nice but i'll take ugly everytime....you must have a really weird outlook on bees fans if you think anyones gonna come on here and slag him cos we won ??????? explain yourself man ;)
 

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Horrible performance, but 3 points is welcomed. WTF does Douglas do? We needed Macca in that centre mid today to boss it, as we know he can.
 

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Not pretty but 4 games and 12 points which will increase the teams confidence and belief in themselves and each other

After the Stevenage game things were looking less than positive, subsequently the results have improved and for the dissatisfied amongst us, at present the outcome is more important than how it is achieved

The hope is that, as the levels of confidence increase so will the style of play which should equate to more comfortable wins

At this juncture it is important to get points on the board and stay in touch or catch up with the leaders

No need for negativity, save that for a poor performance with a defeat!!!!!
 

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The sign of a team playing poor and still getting 3 points is the sign of a promotion challenging team. Thats what we have to do. Obviously, we would all love a good performance along with the result too, but the result is much more important, so as long as that goes our way, it doesn't really matter.

It matters to me!
 

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why would there be.....if we carry on winning uwe can call everyone a $%%$ for all im bothered.....we win and hes fine......would be nice to win nice but i'll take ugly everytime....you must have a really weird outlook on bees fans if you think anyones gonna come on here and slag him cos we won ??????? explain yourself man ;)

You might want to read Greenholmes post !!!!
 
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