What would you consider a good result today?

What would you consider a good result today?

Lyd1973 13 Sep 2014 07:06 am said..

As the title suggests really, what would you consider a good result today?
Any type of win, as long as we win?
A win by 10+ points?
A slender win but showing signs we are moving in the right direction?
Personally any type of win just to get some points on the board would do, and the pack showing signs of coming together would appease me.
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Cherryade 13 Sep 2014 07:12 am said..

A win of any sorts is already pretty much a must, especially as we are at home!

Clearly an improved performance from the team is needed and i hope they can produce a much better performance....what we must see is a collective commitment....as we know Glaws supporters are used to us losing away (although not a good trait!) but what we can't stand is seeing us losing at Kingsholm....we must restore this back to a fortress.

C'mon Glaws!!
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Tuffty 13 Sep 2014 07:14 am said..

Not worried about bonus points.

A home win must be the minimum, however it is achieved.

I'd really like to see a passionate and precise performance that is clinical in its execution resulting in a home win.
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Oldboy 13 Sep 2014 07:23 am said..

Anything from 3-0 upwards with a good positive performance.
Going forward from this point in time is your only option
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One eyed Glawsterlad 13 Sep 2014 07:35 am said..

Nothing less than a 50 point winning margin or the coaches should be sacked and the players flogged to near death. :D

Seriously though, like others have said play with some commitment, defend like your life depends on it and win, don't care by how many.

First proper home game, can't wait.
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Biffo 13 Sep 2014 07:36 am said..

A win by more than 8 points to prevent bitten fingernails at the end of the match
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foresterinyorks 13 Sep 2014 07:50 am said..

A win please, just any sort of win.
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Grandstander 13 Sep 2014 07:56 am said..

A win, obviously. What I really want to see, as well, are signs that the team is starting to gel, particularly getting a coherent defensive pattern in place and Hook and Billy beginning to develop an understanding.
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shedwebber 13 Sep 2014 07:57 am said..

Greater cohesion and do the basics well. A win, ideally by more than 8 points. The end of season may well feature Gloucester and Sale very close together in the top half of the table. Every point will count!
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Baz 13 Sep 2014 08:05 am said..

Hibbard's hair to still be saying"Because I'm worth it" Jonny Afoa's ear not to bleed.Billy Twelvetrees not to have another howler and Ben Morgan not to go 'missing without action' Other than that I just everyone to be happy and no furry animals to be hurt in the making of this post. That said, a win by 20 points, four tries and Diamond Geezer to slip at the top of the coaching area behind me, tumble down the stairs narrowly missing my drink holder as I say "This isn't cricket, who asked for the heavy roller"? . Am I asking too much?
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