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1 minute ago, Kusunga_Is_God said:

Fuck knows at this point. Genuinely fear for the future of the club 

 

Yeah yeah, we know. 

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Just now, laticsmarra said:

I really don't care anymore. Each season new manager with new team no continuity or heart in n the club. Don't even have TP anymore.

 

Well.  Seeing as the previous 20 plus years have been desperate I see no problem with starting from fresh.  Every single person connected with the club is part of that underachievement.  

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21 minutes ago, Ryan said:

He would for the right money I’d imagine. Doubt there will be many big clubs clambering for his signature after the balls-up he made of the Sunderland and Bradford jobs...

 

Dont think he can really be blamed for Sunderland, they’re in complete disarray 

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9 minutes ago, Kusunga_Is_God said:

Fuck knows at this point. Genuinely fear for the future of the club 

Because we've sacked a shit manager in June?

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2 minutes ago, Buckshawlatic said:

 

Dont think he can really be blamed for Sunderland, they’re in complete disarray 

Agreed 100%. But it will definitely deter bigger clubs from taking the gamble.

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4 minutes ago, kowenicki said:

 

Well.  Seeing as the previous 20 plus years have been desperate I see no problem with starting from fresh.  Every single person connected with the club is part of that underachievement.  

True, but perhaps at some point in the next 20 years we should give continuity a try.Perhaps Abdallah will be better at picking managers than he is at players

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5 minutes ago, laticsmarra said:

True, but perhaps at some point in the next 20 years we should give continuity a try.Perhaps Abdallah will be better at picking managers than he is at players

 

He threw some players at it, so what? Two if those (Moimbe and Nepo) easily good enough. He also paid to secure Byrne, Bryan and Doyle for the season.  Look elsewhere for blame. Don’t believe the excuses. 

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12 minutes ago, Kusunga_Is_God said:

Fuck knows at this point. Genuinely fear for the future of the club 

Surprise surprise, Captain Negative pipes up.

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Scholes & Phelan for me.

 

He'll get Byrne onside and bossing it from the middle of the park.

Sign Doyle permanently.

Bring in Welsh, Nicky Law and Nicky Maynard.

Baxter fresh and raring to go.

 

*Puts meds down*

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1 minute ago, sjk2008 said:

Surprise surprise, Captain Negative pipes up.

He's actually got a point this time though, the timing is bizarre. 

 

We're just going to have to see if we get a decent appointment or a foreign import that will put up with interference from the owner 

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2 minutes ago, cmr said:

He's actually got a point this time though, the timing is bizarre. 

 

We're just going to have to see if we get a decent appointment or a foreign import that will put up with interference from the owner 

 

It makes perfect sense to me.  Let him enjoy his holiday, line up replacement, sack this week.  What’s bizarre about it?  Bizarre would be in mid July, not early June. 

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There are a lot of big prem ex footballer names now looking for jobs and the majority have stated they will start at any level.  But they obviously lack experience.  Then again, the merry go round of older lower league managers is very uninspiring. 

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Not a bad shout that one paddy, wont cost anything.

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3 scenarios spring to mind.  I know nothing so all three are guesses -

 

1. RW back off holiday, asked about Keenan's article and sacked for his collaboration in said article

 

2. RW back off holiday, told what budget is and/or some of that budget will be used to fund AL signings and RW told to accept it

 

3. RW back off holiday, AL not happy with relegation and looking at a managerial plan B and today was earliest meetings, paperwork and announcement could be made

 

Whichever way, it's now known AL has pumped millions in already and publicly committed to club long term with expressed aim to return to L1 then Championship ASAP investing further into club.  Obviously RW, upon reflection, isn't the person to achieve this and AL now has his own person in mind.  In AL I trust

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7 minutes ago, kowenicki said:

 

It makes perfect sense to me.  Let him enjoy his holiday, line up replacement, sack this week.  What’s bizarre about it?  Bizarre would be in mid July, not early June. 

Or he was waiting for investment so he could pay him off?

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3 minutes ago, SAV said:

Not a bad shout that one paddy, wont cost anything.

I hope that isn't the only selection criteria...

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Just now, Midsblue said:

3 scenarios spring to mind.  I know nothing so all three are guesses -

 

1. RW back off holiday, asked about Keenan's article and sacked for his collaboration in said article

 

2. RW back off holiday, told what budget is and/or some of that budget will be used to fund AL signings and RW told to accept it

 

3. RW back off holiday, AL not happy with relegation and looking at a managerial plan B and today was earliest meetings, paperwork and announcement could be made

 

Whichever way, it's now known AL has pumped millions in already and publicly committed to club long term with expressed aim to return to L1 then Championship ASAP investing further into club.  Obviously RW, upon reflection, isn't the person to achieve this and AL now has his own person in mind.  In AL I trust

Out of interest, how has he earned your trust?

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