The players and the manager have been keen to stress how they are taking one game at a time whenever they get the chance to speak to the public. And there is little doubt that this strategy has worked well so far this season. However, I recall previous seasons when the team has also taken one game at a time and we haven't done so well. Sometimes we have taken one game at a time and lost them all one after another. Taking one game at a time is not a panacea. Sometimes it's a fucking curse. I feel that we are pushing our luck a bit too far by continuing with the 'one game at a time' strategy. In short, now is the time to take several games concurrently! We can start the transition slowly - so we might consider two games at the away tie at Ipswich. And I'd like to see us building up to taking five or six games at a time over the coming weeks. Does anyone else have some hunches about things we should change at this point? Any so-called 'common sense' strategies that can and should be challenged? For example, perhaps you think that it should not be a game of two halves? Or maybe the players should get onto social media and tell us how little they respect our coming opponents because they're shite and have no good players? Over to you, team.