In two days time the transfer window opens once more and with a bit of luck some unsuspecting club, preferably Hereford, can sign every one of our squad. After that tripe tonight it's obvious they don't want to play for us, the shirt or Martin O'Connor anymore and they are now all surplus to requirements.
We had high hopes of getting something from this game after some dedicated fans gave up their time to clear away water from the surface of the pitch earlier today rather than seeing the game called off. Our heroes re-paid them by serving up a lethargic display of football that can only be worthy of a place in the Conference North.
There was very little for the Harriers supporter to get excited about in a first half littered with poor passing, balls hoofed over the stands and a midfield that hadn't got any fresh ideas to get us back into the game. The referee and his assistants weren't helping much either by giving every petty decision Burton's way.
Andy Ducros, a former Harrier, looked quite useful for Albion and he seemed to have shaken off that debilitating viral condition that he had during his time at Aggborough. No, he didn't look lazy anymore.
Another player for them that stood out was Keith Gilroy. Then again he would look good considering the amount of space and freedom he was being given by Patrick Flynn.
Considering that we were playing crap we did at least get the ball in the net just before half time with what looked like a perfectly good goal. Christie was dawdling back as usual as the Burton keeper took a goal kick. The ball struck Christie's back and Christie turned quickly to slot it past the dumbfounded keeper.
Why the ref dis-allowed it was a mystery. Christie didn't stop Deeney taking the kick, that was his choice, and he couldn't be blamed if the kick was so bad that it hit him on the back. For the ref to penalise Christie and award Burton a free kick was ludicrous.
Also ridiculous was the faffing about when the corner flag broke and the ref just stood watching his flagman and Gilroy messing about for, what must have been at least, three minutes without adding on any extra stoppage time at the end of the first period.