Ok, we’ve all had our say on the events of the week and it’s time to put that to bed – for now at least – and get on with the football.
Sometimes things are said which need to be said. Let’s all hope that’s it for a while at least. Regular negatiity gets on eerybody’s nerves.
Results change a lot of course and a victory over Wolves at the London Stadium would be a blinding result for all of us.
Things have been said this week which may have been left unsaid publicly but now the only talking that matters must come from the players on Sunday evening.
Whatever they may or may not feel about what’s gone on, and simply because they wear numbered shirts, doesn’t mean they remain oblivious – possibly the opposite.
But tomorrow evening, like the rest of us they must empty their minds of everything but the job in hand and get us started with a point or three.
Adama Traore is the Wolves danger man down the right so there’s likely to be no change to the scenario where Creswell is at the back with Masuaku in front of him, nor should there be, given Arthur’s performance last weekend.
Beyond Covid victim Issa Diop with Balbuena remaining at central defence after the Charlton victory it looks very much a case of as you were.
First and foremost it’s about the team and nothing but the team at this stage and as a website we will continue to judge events as they unfold – good or bad.
Every action decides the reaction but for now it’s all about the points.