Internal Spyin' Kop - End of Season Review

Posted by archie on May 24, 2016, 08:00:16 PM

Thoughts and feedback appreciated  :wave

Welcome to RAWK’s end of season review. There are plenty of these knocking about and posters have been expressing a range of views in a number of threads. The dust has settled after our Europa League adventure. Now is as good a time as any to take stock. Go nuts!

How happy are you with the season? What would you give it out of ten?

Reflecting on our summer business last year, how would you judge it now?

The appointment of Klopp was greeted with a fair amount of delirium round these parts. Now this has passed (has it? :P ), have you been impressed? Do you think there are things he could work on?

Most enjoyable game of the season?

Worst performance of the season? (What did we learn from it, if anything?)

Player of the season?

Most improved player?

Looking at our squad at the time of writing, what are the three key positions we need to improve?

Which three players do you think are surplus to requirements?

Leicester City are champions. Honestly, how does that make you feel in regard to our pursuit of number 19? Has an opportunity been missed or does it signal a time for renewed optimism?

Off the pitch…
It’s been a rollercoaster of emotions. Not least our most important victory of the season in Warrington. The families, survivors and campaigners can, hopefully, at last find some peace in knowing that the injustice of the previous 27 years was corrected. There are many seasoned campaigners who deserve so much credit and respect for their patience, perseverance, undying love for their families and unwavering strength in the face many years of adversity from the establishment, the press and many of the wider public. It wasn’t always like it is now. Accountability comes next. As ever, we stand with them.

Also off the field, we had:
•   The arrival of a manager who is keen on connecting with the fans in the ground on a match day.
•   Ticket protests becoming a national headline.

Taking all of the above into account, do you think it has had a significant impact on the fan base? If so, how?

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