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    super waluigi wrote:
    Mr Honest wrote:
    You havent turned up this season Wordsworth so you should pipe down fella, not talk to the local rag and concentrate on improving your fom and work hard in training. Clinton Morrison was honest enough to tell it how it is and he got dropped! You will be the first to ask to leave if we get relegated I bet.
    Did your mum never tell you "If you have nothing nice to say, don't say anything?"

    You have a severe lack of social skills my friend.
    That's a bit rich coming from you Super, some of your comments in the past have hardly been what I would consider tactful. This is about opinions and people rarely see things the same way as others all of the time. Its funny how last season people criticized certain players, strangely enough nothing has changed apart from the clubs league position which albeit early doors is worrying to say the least don't you think?"
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Wordsworth urges U's fans to keep the faith

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Anthony Wordsworth has urged Colchester United fans to stay behind their team following their poor start to the season.

The U’s are languishing in the League One relegation zone, having failed to win any of their opening five matches.

They have won only one of their last 19 competitive fixtures, following their 1-0 loss at Brentford last weekend.

Wordsworth has admitted that Colchester’s start to the new campaign has been disappointing.

But the skilful midfielder has called on U’s supporters to back their side to rediscover their form.

Wordsworth said: “I know it’s disappointing but the fans have to try and stay with us.

“We’re trying to put things right for them and the support we had at Brentford was brilliant.

“It really does help to have that kind of support, when they’re being positive towards us and cheering and making noise.

“The results are hard to take at the minute and we just have to go back to the training ground and go again.

“The confidence and the team spirit is still there and there’s still a buzz in training.

“It’ll all come together eventually and we’re doing the right things.”

See Tuesday's Gazette for more on this story - including the latest on Wordsworth's ankle injury - and all of the latest Colchester United news.

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