I said this wound happen in December. I'm surprised that it took this long. I new what I saw was impending doom and got no real response! I hate this situation beyond anyone's imagination but what I did when I witnessed that crap served up was to realise we were mucked and thus let go of the hope that kills you!
At least there is no end of season lap of honour embarassment this year cringeworthy that a club our size did that for just surviving in the national league i expect lord haw haw will have something to say later.And things will get far worse very shortly
Been out all day as it is the Mrs birthday but still hurt when the news came through that we were relegated even though I knew it was going to happen- the extraordinary length of time to appoint a new manager was probably the difference in us going down but heck of a lot going on at the club that is pushing us in a downward direction anyway.
The first to present his case seems right, till another comes forward and questions him.
Probably the blackest day in the Clubs history and 19 replies up!
Only 19 replies? I don't know what you expect people to say. How about this: as someone who has supported the club for over 63 years, and witnessed it come so close to achieving promotion to level 2 in the fifties and sixties, I am devastated and bitterly disappointed.
I dread to think what standard of player we will be able to attract next season, because it is certain that none of the current squad will want to stay. This is the blackest day in the history of a once proud Football League club. It is not only a tragedy, it is an utter disgrace!
In truth I think we all knew we were relegated weeks ago. ..which might explain the 19 replies. Totally agree with frankfurt gull.....both sad and disgraceful. Fear what will happen next season, especially as it looks like Owers will still be at the club.
I could never have imagined, when I was posted to Hullavington Barracks 20 years ago, just up the road from Chippenham, that one day we would play each other in the same division. What an unmitigated disaster.
I don't often listen to The Cure, these days, but when I do, so do my neighbours.
I had always considered the David Webb era as the low point in the club's history. ..now it seems these were the good old days! Hard to imagine how low we have sunk and equally difficult to see how we turn things around. Absolutely tragic.