Swanny’s Fanmail: Swanny spouting drivel about Posh

Peterborough Telegraph's chief sports writer Alan Swann's World of Sport column - peterboroughtoday.co.uk

Peterborough Telegraph's chief sports writer Alan Swann's World of Sport column - peterboroughtoday.co.uk

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Are you an objective journalist? Or are you paid to spout drivel and praise the current ownership and management, direction of our beloved club?

Please quote me examples of the last time Posh had five points from 36? Please quote me any positive support from the press at such a time. Don’t be frightened of criticising the dross we are experiencing.

Fans usually protest due to the frustration of not being heard. It doesn’t make them any less of a fan. You could argue the opposite to what you wrote.

Good piece re Posh. I’m with you all the way. Posh have been through some bad, bad times over the decades and Fergie has given us a glimpse of how good we can be.

If only 50% of those desperate for ticAre you an objective journalist? Or are you paid to spout drivel and praise the current ownership and management, direction of our beloved club?

Please quote me examples of the last time Posh had five points from 36? Please quote me any positive support from the press at such a time. Don’t be frightened of criticising the dross we are experiencing.

Alan Ramsey

Fans usually protest due to the frustration of not being heard. It doesn’t make them any less of a fan. You could argue the opposite to what you wrote.

This is a rubbish website

Good piece re Posh. I’m with you all the way. Posh have been through some bad, bad times over the decades and Fergie has given us a glimpse of how good we can be.

If only 50% of those desperate for tickets to follow Posh at Old Trafford or Wembley turned up at London Road perhaps the funding would exist to improve our squad?

Goferbikes

I watched a local football match between two Division Two teams. One manager spent the match contesting decisions by shouting, moaning loudly and sarcastically clapping. Fortunately the referee had a good game and was strong enough to cope.

The manager’s attitude influenced his team, to the extent that most of them seemed to think that it is part of the game to abuse referees.

If the ref was young or inexperienced and had received that treatment, he may think twice about refereeing again.

I have followed local football all my life and, like yourself, have become increasingly concerned about the attitude of players and officials towards referees.

John Brownkets to follow Posh at Old Trafford or Wembley turned up at London Road perhaps the funding would exist to improve our squad?

I watched a local football match between two Division Two teams. One manager spent the match contesting decisions by shouting, moaning loudly and sarcastically clapping. Fortunately the referee had a good game and was strong enough to cope.

The manager’s attitude influenced his team, to the extent that most of them seemed to think that it is part of the game to abuse referees.

If the ref was young or inexperienced and had received that treatment, he may

I have followed local football all my life and, like yourself, have become increasingly concerned about the attitude of players and officials towards referees.

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