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Views After Victory Against #HydeFC

Views After Victory Against #HydeFC

'I really don't know what the whinging is about. We just won an away game. 3 points will do for me. Onwards and upwards.'

'Really poor scoreline, although it's important to win and get to 50 points as soon as we possibly can. All we've got is blind hope that the late goal will be the turning point in our season, I suppose. How many of today's side is included in the team that Simpson wants to keep together for next season? I'd be very tempted to start again with a completely new squad except for Miller, Newton, Robinson and Tomlinson, to be honest.'

'Good fighting performance!'

'3 points but nothing to celebrate. Very poor management decisions and so lucky to get away with it.'

'Let's show we don't make knee jerk reactions on the back of a single result, let's show we look at the competence of a manager, the support he has and the progress he's making. Sack him now not in March when it's too late. He hasn't found his level yet but we are better than him. SIMMO OUT!'

'Thank goodness for that!!! Tomlinson & Miller saved the manager's bacon for sure. We came from behind and won and are now 11 points clear of the relegation zone.'

'This set of players is better than this. Not great but would have comfortably beaten Hyde with better management. He has to go.'

'This is now a numbers game. 50 points is the target and then as many as possible after that. I really cannot understand why any team should expect to hammer a team away from home just because that team is bottom of the league. Makes no sense to me. 3 points was what we were after and 3 points is what we got.'

'Sheridan would definitely be my choice of all of the 'squad players' that we've got currently, but there's no point keeping him when - even after a good performance - he's back on the bench at best for the next game.'



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Writer:Jules
Date:Monday February 10 2014
Time: 8:00AM

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