Well, today’s the day.
And I’m sure there are some people who are getting a sense of déjà vu over the whole thing, whilst others are probably suffering from PTSD given the number of times that we’ve been here before, numerous times.
Blues go in to the final day of the season in the midst of a relegation battle, but at least we go into it with our fate in our own hands, with the responsibility of our fate firmly within our control. And that’s something that caretaker head coach Steve Spooner is firmly aware of.
Speaking in his press conference ahead of tonight’s game, he spoke about how the players have been preparing for the game and how they need to make sure the good work they put on at Wast Hills makes its way to St Andrew’s.
Will we stay up?
But do the fans have the faith in the players to get the job done tonight? The answer, sadly, is no.
Has a bit of the old Tony Butler look about – prayer mats at the ready tomorrow then ….. 🙄
— Steve Bannister (@stpatban1) July 21, 2020
Yeah you said that last week 🤨🙄
— trevor reeves (@TrevReeves) July 21, 2020
Said the same last week and the players looked like they were already on holiday. They better have their minds on the game tomorrow
— dan (@danbcfc32) July 21, 2020
Heard this so many times. No faith whatsoever
— Jackie Edwards (@jackiepeevor) July 21, 2020
It means nothing
— Mark Jarratt (@shizz1960) July 21, 2020
Not holding my breath #bcfc
— Parko (@parkoblue) July 21, 2020
What about you? What are your thoughts on Spooner’s comments?