QUAKERMAN2 wrote:If it means sorting the defence out then yes, get rid of those 2 who have been poor lately.Any better suggestions to try and get us a clean sheet?
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You're funny. Keep going.
P.S. It doesn't take a brain surgeon to work that if we got rid of every player who went on a bad run, we might as well install a permanently revolving door at Blackwell Meadows. Oh, getting rid of the players would cost a fortune for a club with better ways to spend the money.
Disappointing result - yes.
Bad run of form - yes.
Is it the end of the world? Not at all.
Of course it's a missed opportunity of revenue, and letting a two goal lead slip against a lower division team is massively embarrassing. And indeed, in a season where being promoted would cause a whole manner of issues, going out of the FA Cup and Trophy early stings more.
But calling for wholesale changes on the back of 4/5 poor games is kneejerking to the extreme.
Gray has to sort it out with the players he has - the same players who've taken us to the play-off places in the Conference North.