Date: 1st January 2020 at 12:30pm
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Talk about sending mixed messages.

I don’t know if we can start calling games ‘must-win’ for Pep Clotet so soon after he was officially given the title of head coach back in December, but judging by the reaction of the fans, I think that might very well be the case sooner rather than later.

Speaking ahead of the game against Wigan Athletic, Clotet said that, despite the Latics being bottom of the table, it is a game that they needed to treat “with respect and have a lot of determination, intensity”. And after Wigan defeated the Blues at the DW Stadium earlier in the season, the warning signs are there that they aren’t to be taken lightly.

And Blues fans have used his comments to almost start a referendum on the importance of this game, and whether or not a defeat could lead to yet another change in the dugout. Some fans showed support for the Spaniard, some said that results will dictate his future and others felt that his time has already come.

Where will the Blues finish this season?

Top Six

Top Six

7th - 12th

7th - 12th

13th - 21st

13th - 21st

Relegated

Relegated

What side of the argument do you fall on?

 
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2 Replies to ““No hope”, “Get down to business”: These Blues fans left divided after Clotet’s comments”

  • Woeful team selection and woeful display, Gardner Centre Back ?????? For once I am lost for words having sat through that display.

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