Date: 9th May 2006 at 11:03am
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Next up in the End Of Season Awards (more fun than the actual season this is!) is the worst game of the season award. Blimey, we had a few to choose from didn’t we?

With 2% of the votes we have West Ham games home and away (1-2 and 0-4), the Everton away match (4-1) and the Arsenal away game (5-0).

Next up we have all the games against Manchester City with 7% of the votes. We lost 1-3 away, drew 1-1 in the FA Cup at home but had them all over us with possession and passion, then they beat us 2-1 at the City of Manchester Stadium to progress in the FA Cup and rounded off a miserable season against them beating us 1-0 at Villa Park.

26% voted for the League Cup humiliation against Doncaster who from start to finish taught our Premiership boys a lesson in how to go about a cup match. The end result a shocking 3-0 and more excuses from the manager.

But the overall winner, which should give Ellis, O’Leary and the players cause for alarm, was a massive 61% vote for the season in its entirety. A season that has seen us finish with our lowest ever points tally in the Premiership – 42 – and just ten wins in total (12 draws, 16 losses). 16th despite the claim that we are budgeted as a top ten club.

 

4 Replies to “Worst Game Of The Season Shocker”

  • Apart from the two wins over the noses, following Villa 2005/2006 season was painfull. I have a little salvo to fire at the “Holte End” our chants are very poor and sometimes silent. I wonder if there was better noise (the home game v our neighbours for e

  • There were more bright points to our season than that … 8-3 wycombe, 4-0 middlesbrough, 4-0 everton and 1-1 chelsea

  • West Ham away was the most disappointing game for me. A new look team, hopes were high, a shocking performance. It summed our season up in just 90 minutes. We couldnt even compete with an average team, and that sad fact was to be repeated throughout the s

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