Date: 19th September 2021 at 9:01am
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It is the morning after the night before and a time to gauge how the Luton support feel about being 3-0 up and only drawing 3-3 against Swansea City.

Now in looking through social media posts I do try and find a balanced view but assessing the comments that were left, after Luton’s second half capitulation yesterday, it is fair to say that finding anything positive about the game was hard to find.

They often say that being the victim of a scintillating comeback and only taking a point when three looked assured, is akin to losing and that seems to be the prevalent attitude, this morning, on social media.

The following posts illustrate just how peeved off the Luton support currently are:

And I am guessing he Is not alone when it comes to that comment and with a difficult looking game coming up this weekend, away to the Championship leaders AFC Bournemouth, things could get worse before they start to get better.

But searching deep, I did find a couple of comments that did have a resemblance of positivity about them:

Is there anyone out there who, when we were leading 3-0 after just 23 minutes, who had any thoughts that seeking solace from not losing would be on the agenda?


AFC Bournemouth v Luton Town?

AFC Bournemouth to Win!

AFC Bournemouth to Win!

Luton Town to Win!

Luton Town to Win!

A Draw!

A Draw!

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2 Replies to “Luton Support Are Not A Happy Bunch”

  • i am happy to be a mid table championship side.we have’nt got the team or ground to go higher.this is a long term build.please dream of better times ahead,,but be realistic. i love this team,but don’t lose sight of our capabilities.i still am very positive about our future.COYH.

  • It’s not exactly rare for teams to squander a 3 goal advantage after half time, it happens. Yes Jones does whine on too much about injuries at time’s, nobody perfect. Oh and it’s only September so talk of relegation is a bit premature

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