Monday, February 21, 2005

Sometimes you lose...

Can’t sleep... all the agitation about the results is getting to me... a lot of things riding on that 6 digits… 505050 would be ideal, of course with another 50 before that…how funny it is when all you could think about while in college was if it was gonna be an A, B, or C…but never once did I ever contemplate of failing…it’s all gone now, all that brash confidence melted by the ugliest number you could ever come across..49…who gives a 49? 47 maybe, or even 48.but 49? That’s just plain cruel…

The fact that we lost today didn’t help with my mood. Surprisingly I took it better than I expected... Overall it was a very costly game for us... Jose didn’t heed my advice and left Lamps out of the starting line-up. With too many second stringers starting there was bound to be difficulties in getting some cohesion at the start, and we paid the ultimate price. With definite injury to Bridge, possible with Gallas and Duff, and Carlo sent off it wasn’t just our pride that was dented but more dangerously our consistency. Worst case scenario we’ll be a bit short at the back. Smertin might have to play left back while the non-existence of wide players might force Jose to comeback to the trusted diamond. Nevertheless without a proper leftback we would be too narrow. We’ll just have to wait and see how they recover come Tuesday…

Today another chap went home. The numbers are falling over here...those that matter anyways…I wish you all the best in starting your life back home!

2 Comments:

Blogger binx said...

hey u... congrats on passing.. tough luck though that u still had to repeat those 2 papers.. anyway, don't lose hope yeah.. there will be a bright light waiting for you at the end of the tunnel.. :x

3:50 p.m.  
Blogger bulletwithbutterflywings said...

cheers binx.. will try and be positive tomorrow.. but let me drown in my sorrows today..

6:04 p.m.  

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