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Opinion: A good start will help Blues along the way
01 August 2017 00:56 Post ID: #8211
Guest writer Tom Elliman takes a brief look at the opening three fixtures for the upcoming Sky Bet Championship season

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02 August 2017 21:33 Post ID: #8233 - in reply to #8211
On paper it has been suggested that we have an easy start and then a very difficult September.True the fixtures in September look tough however in this league you have to take it one game at a time and not be worrying about who you play next.We could get off to a bad start and then in September come good results you simply can't predict the result of any game. Of course it would be great if we got off on a flyer,would set us up nicely for the tough games ahead,the football league is not a sprint it's a marathon,consistency is key to success.Keep it tight in defence to give us a chance to maximise the points tally.With the keeper and defenders we have on hand now that area is starting to look very solid,it's time to build on that in attack.What we currently have at our disposal is no where strong enough going forward,two strikers,a creative midfielder,a fast winger,these areas need addressing in my opinion. KRO
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