Swanny’s Fanmail: Hamilton won as he battled with danger

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Lewis Hamilton competes in a dangerous sport, won 11 of 19 grand prix and can only beat those he is up against.

He competes in a team sport and the team were so good they gave him a great chance of winning.

Rory McIlroy had a massive barren spell and came good in a period of around one month. Everyone has a personality so that argument is irrelevant.What else are they going to call the award, ‘Sports Bod/bodete of the year’?

You seem to indicate that not only should a fan not state that Darren Ferguson should go but that to state anything other than his wonderment is futile, treacherous and against the bigger plan. Your tone has a sort of inevitability about it which I cannot fathom.

No-one disputes the sale of good players. No one disputes that the club is fighting above its weight but the team keeps surrendering on the pitch. Fans are frustrated with team selection, team layout and team tactics.

This is poor management. The ‘Mac Attack’ just has the feeling of desperation about it.

I am not a troll, but I am a naysayer.

Not to be in the play-offs at the end of the season would be a disaster.

Last season: Rotherham had no non-league players in their side and won promotion, Wolves had no non-league players in their team and won promotion.

This season: Bristol City and Swindon have no non-league players in their squad and will be promoted, whereas Posh have six non-league players in their squad and appear to be building a side for League Two.

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