BWFC 0 : 3 Middlesborough
The international break had given us all a couple of weeks to get over our drubbing on Humberside and rekindled hope for kick-
Phil Parkinson made several changes in his attempt to find the right balance in this league, welcoming back David Wheater, chucking new signing Craig Noone in the deep-
You cannot fault the effort in our team but we are struggling to adapt to the higher level. Gary Madine was the exception again with two great individual turn and shoot attempts which deserved better. Maybe Julio Baptista has taught Gary a trick or two.
This match showed just how big the task ahead is this season. Avoiding relegation will be a bigger achievement than getting promoted last season. We’ve almost got to look at the Championship like we used to look at the Premiership. Any points that we can take off the top half teams will be a bonus and we must concentrate on taking points off the teams around us. We must get something out of matches like against Sheffield United and Brentford at home. This season is going to be a real test of faith for the fans and we need to stick together. Financial matters are slowly being sorted with Ken Anderson’s take-