I presume that's just league games then? I always prefer that stat as opposed to the ones that include cup games. Tom Nichols scored in meaningless chek-a-turd trophy games, and in my books - they just don't count. I rest my case.
Continuing the theme of never saying anything positive.
If we only count League games we can forget losing to Stevenage under Garner, the worst of the 91 League teams with a fantastic record in L2 of P 36, W3. Somehow they managed to finish below Macclesfield, that must have taken a big effort.
We need a LOL button. That did make I laugh. I seem to be losing interest in football in general. The pandemic has made me look elsewhere for things to do and I think it will be a long period before we are able to watch a game. Yes, it’s great to see things happening at our club but I am finding it hard to get my head around how a third tier team, playing a more attractive style of football, will work when we will be facing a majority of teams that will be playing a much more physical and robust game. As Bambi and Rex have said, I hope I’m proved wrong and I also hope that I can rekindle my enjoyment of going to a game, when the time comes. At time of writing WAQ has not taken me up on a pitch side apology
if you see me twitch in my sleep, it’s not women nor booze I’m chasing but the truth.
No, all games. Unless I've got my facts wrong, Joe Dunne was in charge against Plymouth in the FA Cup and Kevin Maher was in charge against Peterborough. Ben Garner's first match was AFC Wimbledon. It was 2 wins in 15 just counting league games. For the statto's among us here are the managerial figures for all games from Darren Patterson to date.
Another young coach who's never played the professional game? Those who can't do, teach!
"the secret is very simple: you have to recognise who really owns the club, It's not the guy who has just come in, it's the supporters who've been there for 100 years and will be there for 100 more" Milan Mandaric - 16/03/2015