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“Useless”- Blues fans react to their side’s “disgusting” display during loss to Reading

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Lots of Blues fans have been reacting to the team’s display following their 3-1 loss at home to Reading.

Well that was a bit of a comeback down to earth wasn’t it?

After putting up such an encouraging display against Leicester City in midweek, a display which left a number of fans feeling relatively happy about the whole affair, Pep Clotet’s men were hit with a hard dose of reality yesterday after the Royals came from 1-0 down to take all three points at St Andrew’s.

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And despite the positive of yet another goal from Scott Hogan, what a godsend he has been by the way, and the fact this was our first defeat in the league since New Year’s Day, the overriding feeling coming out of the game was one of sheer anger and frustration at the team for their sloppy performance.

I suppose all we can hope for now is that we dust ourselves off, hope that it was just a blip and go again next time.

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  • tracey tyler says:

    Woeful display, I have said it before time and time again that Roberts is not a class defender and he proved it again yesterday, his heading ability is OK but his distribution is shocking, there wee a couple of times yesterday where he passed along the back line and nearly got caught out, why Clarke Salter did not play is beyond me, Colin looks like he needs a rest so why doesnt Clot give Harding a chance ???? We have conceded way too many goals this year but we have shot ourselves in the foot by letting Seddon and Bajarmi go out on loan when they would have least give us another option. I have been saying it all season long that Clotet is not the man for the job, to me he does not inspire people and all he ever does is blames the Ref, OK with some justification at times but it does wear thin after a while,display does not bode well for the Boggies trip but at least our next home match is Hull who are currently worse than us

  • WayCoolBlue says:

    Well the referee did not help with the game he gave them a lot more then he gave us they should have been a clear-cut penalty their third goal was offside. But the blame is not solely on the referee we should not have been in that situation in the first place. It seems to me that every time we go ahead in a game we take our foot off the gas and sit back defending trying to defend a 1-0 lead is always going to come back and bite you in the end. Pep needs to realise if something is not broken do not fix it.

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