I thought you always looked comfortable, with a good passing game and keeping possession well, with us relying on the break and a slice, literally, of luck!
I think its fair to say we are a very young side and still learning how to handle themselves in the Evo-stik league but the performances at the games I have been to, Trafford aside, have been encouraging.
3.50 for a hotdog/pie?
I hope they are Wildcat prices!
We can do the passing game quite well when on song. Having said that, I've seen a couple of games this season where we have been unable to string more than a couple of passes together.
Our defence is worrying for some of us. We have conceded eleven goals in four games (only four teams have conceded more). Admittedly, six of them came in one home game against Warrington. On the bright side, last night's game was the last in a five match ban for our normal centre half so things may get a little better from here on in. We are thin on the ground though.
I would point out that our centre half is not a dirty player. The first three games of his ban were for violent conduct in our first game of the season at Harrogate Town when he was lashed out at by their keeper and allegedly retaliated. I didn't see the retaliation and nor did any of our supporters or the referee. The linesman drew the referee's attention to it and he was fifty yards further away than me. The next two were for gobbing off to the ref in the FA Cup match against Mickleover after already having received a yellow card.
Wakefield looked a lot better than I expected and certainly created chances. Having said that, I would expect them to be at or near the bottom for most of the season, I was talking to the father of one of the Wakefield players (no idea which one) after the game and he told me that the players had been told by the manager that he expected them to be in the bottom three at Christmas but that he wasn't worried by that.
As for Wildcat prices, they certainly seemed to be that. Those were the prices on the night. If I had had gravy with my inedible pie and chips, the extra eighty pence would have bumped the price up to £4.30. A paper cup of coffee was two pounds.