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Charlton v Swindon 30.4.17 post-match views

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  • See ya next season. Thanks for f all. (Although Bradford was good.)
  • Goodbye crap season!
  • Swindon were truly awful
  • sam3110 said:

    Swindon were truly awful

    Second that! No idea how we lost to them early in the season!

    Having said that, if you removed Holmes from our team then we weren't/aren't much better!
  • Anyone else commented on the Fat Black Steward in the blue bib giving it large to the East Stand near the end of the game? Is he one of the car park 4
  • 13 points off a play off place and teams below us that we drew against or even lost to that we really should have beaten. A waste of a season.
  • He did touch the ball
  • Worst team at the Valley all season

    (Swindon that is)
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  • Worst team at the Valley all season

    (Swindon that is)

    Gillingham have that honour
  • seth plum said:

    PWR

    Pretty pointless trying any kind of analysis now, it's so last season.

    Swindon were poor we were able to stroll around prettily and win.

    However for me by far the most interesting thing was Aaron barnes' debut. Aaron actually did not touch the ball at all, but having watched his progress as a young player, and having got to know Dr Barnes (Aaron's dad) in recent months I want to say I am delighted for him.

    Aaron was passed to almost straight away, he laid it back and went galloping up the right wing, only for us to meander the ball back across the defence and up the left wing instead
  • A decent finish to the dampest squib of a season to put it lightly. Swindon were poor and had wasted quite a few chances to score and even when they did it was offside. We did enough to win the game comfortably. Nice touch at the end when Josh came over to the East Stand to give his shirt to a fan. Shame we couldn't give the players a send off at the end.
  • All about saying thank you to Johnnie for me. Disappointed he didn't get the opportunity for final tunnel jump. Brought lots of happy memories in better times.
  • Out of interest, did anything interesting happen protest wise? Or was it just more of the same? Not trying to make a dig at anyone, just wondering if anything actually happened to cause a stir.
  • edited April 2017
    Players clearly affected by the protests again. Blame the black and white scum for another win.

    We were all over Swindon but it was a dead rubber at the end of a dire season. We could have had more and we looked a decent side.

    But no good looking good when it doesn't matter and the opposition are relegated already. Yes, there are some decent players and it could be a decent team but this wasn't a test at all.

    Holmes was great, big Mag worked hard and scored, Bryne and Dasilva dangerous going forward and Rudd was flying into everything.

    Huge reception for Jackson even though he's got another year.

    Jonny Jackson's Red and White Army certainly had a ring to it.

    Protests outside quiet but caused chaos for club so a win.

    Protests inside loud throughout and the balloons worked so another win.

    Huge police and stewarding bill for the most ineffective stewards ever seen so a third win.

    Pathetic sight of female steward pushing young girl back into stand and then try to push over a parent carrying a small child. Rightly booed and then surrounded by other stewards who even they could see she had gone too far.

    UTA
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  • The lowest of low key end of season matches.

    Swindon were woeful and we strolled through it never really having to get out of first gear.

    Would like to have seen Barnes given longer - what harm would it have done giving him 20-25 mins in a game we were never going to loose?

    Would like to see Da Silva back next season but suspect a Championship team will snap him up.

    Heard a rumour that the young striker from Arsenal may be back on a season long loan and also heard a couple of potential signings were sitting in the stand watching - apparently Robinson confirmed this?

    Ultimately it has been an absolute car crash of a season with some utter bilge served up. I still don't think Tarbuck is the man to get us firing and looking at his transfer dealings so don't trust him to bring the right sort of players in.

    The lack of experience in the coaching staff concerns me and Tarbuck will need a decent number 2 or is going to get found out very quickly.

    Expecting yet another large turn over of players. All loanees gone never to return. Konsa will no doubt be sold as well. As ever we will go into the summer with a load of "positive" background noise, but we all know if these clowns are here come August the squad will have 5 goalkeepers, 7 centrebacks, 1 winger and a striker.
  • Thank god this season is over.
  • fair enough Aaron did touch the ball, i am even more pleased now.
  • A statement of intent would be to sign da Silva on a permanent contract. Loans are pretty unsatisfying.
  • As ever we will go into the summer with a load of "positive" background noise, but we all know if these clowns are here come August the squad will have 5 goalkeepers, 7 centrebacks, 1 winger and a striker.

    This. Leopard's don't change their spots and Meire doesn't know what she's doing.

    Pray for change.

  • Swindon were poor, especially in last 3rd but it was worrying how easily they got there.
  • 13 points off a play off place and teams below us that we drew against or even lost to that we really should have beaten. A waste of a season.

    .... and 11 points from relegation. Closer to relegation than promotion whichever way you spin it.
  • More like a Sunday afternoon kick about in the park, Swindon are awful.
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