Well-known Exeweb poster
- Mar 2, 2006
Ha. I agree I would be delighted with a point today. The games I've seen we've been really poor or created nothing from our attacking play, the stats back up that assertion this far. As said need to see this style / approach works over a number of games. Since 2nd Jan this approach has only worked against Mk Dons and Cambridge whom are both in the relegation zone.You keep believing your variations of the stats from afar and I'll keep going on what I can actually see. Last weekend will have boosted confidence and belief, now we'll see if it's strong enough to build on. Wycombe has always been a hell hole for us to go to, even in our one win there we had to battle through adversity of having been down to ten men and save a penalty to get all three points. I'd quite happily come home with a point today.
A point today following last week's win is a good basis to build on for the side. As said like last week wasn't the convincer on Caldwell, this week won't confirm him being dammed.