The club is institutionally rotten now, from the chairman to the fans. The fans were exempt from criticism until Saturday. If the FA or EFL wanted to fine the club for that disgraceful incident, they’d be quite within their rights. How stupid to undermine any prospective protest with such behaviour.
As for the playing staff, we can see their unprofessionalism quite plainly with our own eyes, but consider these tangible points as well:
Inability to convert penalties, no matter who takes them
Shipping early goals in sluggish starts
Shipping late goals due to poor game management
Total inability to defend set plays over and over again
Correctly signing players and then playing the same old faithfuls
and worst of all for me
Producing two displays against Coventry that prove none of the above need apply
Like our friends Aston Villa, the club is institutionally rotten. This means that nobody is capable of managining it and producing success. Making a token effort like chucking a bit of money at the team, painting the stadium and offering a £5 game are all welcome, but they are just quick fixes to mask the real issues at hand here. Unlike Villa, our situation is salvageable, but it will take reform from the top down. No-one is exempt from criticism.