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runcorn town 7 years 2 weeks ago #31

Can't argue with anything written above.

Well done to Simon Burton and all at Runcorn. They wanted it more, and were deserved winners.

Meanwhile back at Wincham Park...we're going to have to seriously get behind Sheenz and his team over the coming weeks. Could be some ups and downs whilst Sheehan finds his feet and gets the squad looking like he wants it.

When the dust has settled, today is done and we need to re-group TOGETHER and ensure that we move forward TOGETHER. Today cannot be the catalyst for another season like last year.

Lets tap back into that optimism of the summer months - its only September! Plenty of football left yet.

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runcorn town 7 years 2 weeks ago #32

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this time last week some of you on here were saying how great we are,now 7 days later you're slagging em off.did'nt go today and the 3k would have been nice for the albs but if the players cant get motivated for the greatest club competition in the world then they should'nt be playing football.

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runcorn town 7 years 2 weeks ago #33

Bizarre, bizarre, bizarre. totally disjointed uncohesive performance, lots of passengers on the pitch today, and I can't make a defence for any players today aside maybe Moyo and Harvey. Without disrespect its as bad a performance as I've seen even on a Sunday morning.

Some 'established' players Ben/Powelly/Titch were absolutely anonymous and given their experience and the class that they have it was so disappointing to see them have no influence on the game.

Make no mistake today was disastrous morale/money/season defining etc BUT we've been beaten by Congleton/GlossopWinsford in similar circumstances and its not been the end of the world or the end of the club.

In Sheenz we must now trust and its up to him and the board to back him and see what this group of players are capable of.

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runcorn town 7 years 2 weeks ago #34

I suppose one consolation is that today's performance will make it very easy to take decisions to trim the wages to fit the budget!

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runcorn town 7 years 2 weeks ago #35

totally ashamed to be a witton fan after todays shambles, only moyo, harvey and andrews can claim to have put in any real effort. where has the players pride gone? from what just a short time ago promised to be a season to remember is no petering out into one of despair. come on you players wake up before the season turns into a complete disaster. we fans paid good money to travel to runcorn and how did you respond to that? sorry the question doesn't need answering, you did it today by putting in such a pathetic performance.

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runcorn town 7 years 2 weeks ago #36

This time last week we'd gone up to third despite a disasterous start to the season, positive thoughts. Then we got done despite not playing that badly on Tuesday, now THIS!

Maybe all the over budget axe having to fall talk is having a negative effect on team morale (though they were playing for £3000 today which would have helped matters), got me beat!

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runcorn town 7 years 1 week ago #37

I think the only player who came out of the game with any credit was Moyo who in fact had a very good game. It all started at the kick off when we didn't even learn from the first false start.
Congratulations to Runcorn Town they totally deserved their win yesterday although they didn't really create anything we gifted them most of their goals.
I'd really like to see Gardner back at full back , we lose so much of his ability when he plays in the middle. With him at right back and Moyo on the left I don't think there will many better full Back partnership's the league.
I suppose that's what cup football is all about, its not the first upset and won't be the last

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runcorn town 7 years 1 week ago #38

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I think there would be a long queue of clubs if we put Titchener up for sale and rightly so. I have said it before and it will stand saying again. "Form comes and goes, class lasts forever." Titch will come good and remember, he helped get us promoted and then helped us stave off relegation. The only problem about that result was the money, it will mean Mr. Sheehan will be restricted in how many he has on the playing staff. A win at Ramsbottom is needed now to get the club and supporters back on an even keel.
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Nobody is suggesting getting rid of Titch that I can see, it's just that he is not fully fit and short of games and confidence, we had better options yesterday.
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runcorn town 7 years 1 week ago #40

As soon as I parked the car and saw the place I knew we would lose yesterday. Are we so bothered because of the money, is it that we are out of the FA Cup again or the performance?

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I have been a Wittoner long enough to remember many terrible performances that are now forgotten and this will be no different. I also find it sad that when we play well there are about 10 posts on here, this one has 40!!
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For me it's not the money or the FA Cup really, it's was the sheer lack of passion and commitment. We will move on and I still believe we will be battling for the playoffs one bad result doesn't change that, but the financial implications may well do.
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runcorn town 7 years 1 week ago #43

The Albion Tea Hut wrote: As soon as I parked the car and saw the place I knew we would lose yesterday. Are we so bothered because of the money, is it that we are out of the FA Cup again or the performance?


My answer would be "all of the above" .sick
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As Josiah Bartlett used to say on the West Wing, "What's next" and they moved on, time we did the same.
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It's been an interesting topic lets see what happens now, c'mon Sheens and UTA
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