Episode 6 Notes: Back to the church again, probably just bookends the 1st episode of season one with the last episode of season 2, but feels out of place. 5-4 defeat to Coventry was a really ridiculous result in the context of that season. That little interview with Flanagan shows how difficult it is for us at this level. We're too big which brings its own pressure but we can't attract good enough players who can handle that pressure. The fan who had a go was a ****er mind. The interview with Baldwin was similar. He doesn't have the character to make it here and it's clear. Especially when you compare it to the positivity from O'Nien straight after. Interesting hearing Stewart Donalds partner speaking about how she doesn't like him owning the club, because of the abuse he gets from fans who don't understand what kind of man he is. The cameras on Donald at Fratton Park were brilliant. The bloke felt every emotion possible during that game. Disappointed that we only see a second of the Trafalgar Square shenanigans on play off final day. First time I've seen the playoff final game. It was my brother's wedding that day so I missed it and couldn't watch it after. Methven is spot on about the way we play and Ross always trying to defend a one goal lead and how we weren't psychologically equipped to manage that. That last second defeat is even more heartbreaking than I thought. The fan who's a soldier giving his kid a hug after the loss almost brought a tear to my eye. We were a better team last season than we are this season, it was such a missed opportunity. Charlie and Stewart are clearly emotional and gutted after the loss. Our club is ****ing special as are our fans.