In my brief time following the Fleet I've experienced every emotion - The ecstasy of promotion, and now this – the agony of disharmony and dysfunction. Yes sure, people have a right to voice their views but I can't help feeling things are getting a bit too heated.
In truth, the momentum and euphoria of promotion looks like it's finally ground to a halt. What are we to do? Blame the manager? The players? The club cat?
Past experience tells me that by far and away the most valuable thing at a football club is unity, with everyone pulling together. If you have unity and 'common cause' at the centre of things then you have a platform for progress. Once that's established then determination, honesty and realism are also key factors for the future!
What we must do is stop feeling sorry for ourselves and unite behind the club n' manager and create positive vibes. No one likes being beaten 0-4 at home or propping up the division but that's the reality of it.
I say it's still early days yet - so lets keep it positive and try turn things around. If a new manager is the answer then so be it but lets give Andy the support his past successes deserve.
C'mon you Fleeeeeeeeeet!