It has all ended very sadly, Zebs having a fight and Bucks having to pull him away, Ref has players all around him and Bucks is in danger of getting into trouble as well.
We should have won this game but did not take the chances we had to do so, Smith sounds to have had the best chance to put us two one up just before Bournemouth won their penalty. Hard on the players, hard on our fans at the game and the ref sounds to have had the worst game ever.
Well the Solent commentators said that we should have won it but for me that's life. Look forward to the match reports from those there. Fletcher and Robinson were great substitutions for them - I just feel we should have been quicker off the mark with subs. It's always been my bug-bear with the Mgt that they do not have the guts to make a change at the right time and just think 'we'll see how it goes' too long. Anyway, no time to beat the team up - away from home to a promotion-pushing side - move on and suck it up. Just so sorry for all our boys who were there.
Feel really gutted by this result, but its football and sometimes I think I almost hate the game, to lose a game near the end and in the way we did always hurts, even more so when you felt the players had given everything and were robbed. But we failed to keep them out and failed to hold onto a slender one goal lead and we also failed to take a number of other chances we had to make the game safe.
This might have been the result we could have expected based on form and league position, but we were so close to upsetting the form book and making it three league wins on the trot.
It's always been my bug-bear with the Mgt that they do not have the guts to make a change at the right time and just think 'we'll see how it goes' too long.
Who the hell are YOU to make a comment on the management's moral courage................and from a radio listener's perspective too?
Absolutley ludicrous comment from someone who can know nothing of the balance of the side, who's carrying knocks, who's feeling the pace, who's giving the balll away and who's causing the opposition the most problems from sitting in his living room.
It's always been said in London football circles that our ref today,Jarnail Singh; is only on the Football League list as "a token Asian".
It took him over twenty years of refereeing to get to that level and even five years to reach the old Class 1 which says everything about how "average" he ever was.
The Ryman League didn't promote him to their middle, and he ended up on the inferior Southern League and whenever I have seen him in Conference football he has had difficulty applying control and resorts to petty bookings for "non playing" offences.
Twelve yellow cards today summed him up perfectly!
Should have heard what Steve Breed was saying about the bloke on the radio, translates to "incompetent clown that got a new yellow card for Christmas and was determined to use it!" We get fined now because that demented git is allowed to ref football matches! I`m going to email the F.A. about him the fact he is a token waste of f**king time!