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Pressure Mounting on Sanchez?

Pressure Mounting on Sanchez?

After our home fixture with Derby saw another two points lost there were some worried looking faces leaving Craven Cottage on Saturday afternoon.

With only eight points from ten games we`re, despite climbing the Premier League table, looking ahead at a very long season, a season that we all hoped would be a good one. It`s a point not lost on Sanchez who, in his post match interview, remarked,

"Eight points out of ten games is not enough. The players know that, I know that and the fans know that."

Perhaps we should all be a little more worried when you consider that, since his arrival in April, Sanchez has only won two out of the fifteen Premier League games he`s been in charge for.

Would it be churlish to suggest the pressure is increasing on Lawrie?



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Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Monday October 22 2007
Time: 4:26PM

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8 from ten = 24 from 30 - feckin doomed lads, you're fecking doomed!
merlin
22/10/2007 19:02:00
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usually id say the manager isn't to blame but he did buy loads of players who aren't performing
Backslash2010
24/10/2007 13:47:00
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ohh and what you talkin bout merlin as the table SHOWS we arent as doomed as your exlemation point suggests we have 8 points and are 13th that seems enough to me
Backslash2010
24/10/2007 14:59:00
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it could be the season where teams stay up with a record low points total - I hope so!
Putney
26/10/2007 19:26:00
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