I am always baffled by your comments if you truly are an Exeter fan and not a troll or wind up merchant.Jonah was pretty good on crosses and shots no lower than about 4 feet. Anything along the ground he took an age to get down to. Him and Ward are about the same height, but Ward is much sharper reaction wise for shots along the ground. None of that has anything to do with both Swindons goals. Even Taylor said afterwards that it was unfortunate that Ward punched the ball onto an opponents head for the first; sort of aportioning blame I thought.
Everyone is entitled to an opinion of course, at times they will be about good things at times they will be critical, again that’s fine I have no issue with that.
What I can’t understand with you is how the majority of the time your opinions will be against things from an Exeter viewpoint.
When goals are conceded you hammer Ward and Maxted, when the clean sheets were frequent you were actually quite quiet, we have conceded some goals so out you come again blaming both for most goals going.
if there is an alleged incident of a possible foul involving one of our players you will generally talk against our player.
if there is a debate about a penalty or offside, you will back the referee or opposition, I can barely remember you being positive about any aspects for Exeter or for Exeter players, you seem to take great delight in being negative against Exeter players or situations.
It’s like you want to be controversial for some reason. I don’t expect it all to be rosey all the time we have slipped up in recent games but it just baffles me why you talk so negatively so much of the time in your posts.
If you genuinely support the team, surely being positive would be a good way to support the players, I wouldn’t mind betting some players have a read or get told about things on here. Yes they are professionals who should be able to deal with criticism but they are also human beings whose confidence can be affected. They are also league two footballers so not perfect, will have their weak points but perhaps concentrating on what value they do bring to the team rather than what they can’t do would offer far greater support to the cause.