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More Tears to Come!

Football is a passionate game, it has its high`s and its lows, unfortunately down here in West London, we have had more lows than high`s this season.

After spending a fortune in the summer, we had every reason to be optimistic, thoughts of a mid table position, perhaps even pushing for a UEFA Cup place were prevalent.

Late goals saw us lose games we looked like getting something from. Sadness became a common feeling as we plunged towards the bottom three.

Once there, we consoled ourselves that we`d escape. The appointment of Roy Hodgson gave us renewed hope but it was a false dawn - the damage had already begun.

Today I believed we would get three points, instead we lost. The escape from relegation looks more impossible now, fixture by fixture.

Walking through Bishops Park tonight, I don`t mind admitting I shed a tear or two, unfortunately, I can`t help thinking they are the first of many more too come!




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Saturday April 5 2008

Time: 8:23PM

Your Comments

I guess that's it for you in the PL. Sorry!
Fan of Blues
You are better than that shower we played today (Birmingham) and I know you are better than Bolton...I cant see either of them clubs picking more than a couple of points up in the remaining games...dont give up hope yet
worbo
but time is fast running out!
Putney
four wins - minimum - out of five games left - a miracle is needed!
merlin
 

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