THE record book will show a home win, three points and a clean sheet. It should also show that the match was watched by quite comfortably the lowest attendance of the season at the Pirelli.
This is partly down to the fact that a midweek game by definition is not as appealing or as accessible to some supporters – but mainly due to our performances at home this season.
We have won nine out of 20, but scored just 23 goals.
Bad results will lose a manager his job however a lack of entertainment will not persuade the casual supporter.
This team is a reflection of our current manager – focused, professional, determined and consistent.
Our previous manager produced a team which was full of flair and attacking prowess – but because that group lacked any steel, Peschisolido ultimately lost his job.
Last season was a fantastic blend of the two styles during a transformation period.
I am sorry to say that the Wycombe game like most this season at home was dull and lacking in quality.
This is of course partly due to the fact that we were up against an awful team fighting for their lives.
I believe that we are lucky to have Gary Rowett – Burton should be operating somewhere in mid-table so a second successive promotion challenge is evidence that the manager and his team are doing more things right than wrong.
So we need to get a bit of flair back and take the odd gamble.
I feel convinced that the majority will appreciate the gesture and forgive any mistakes which arise as a consequence.
McGurk is still the most frustrating player to grace the Earth. Kee needs a big man alongside him.
as good link-up play as we have offered up front this year. Liked the enthusiasm Alexander showed too.
McGurk on the wing and Kee with Knowles or Symes (if fit) up front!