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Rich_s last won the day on January 29 2014

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  1. My sentiment exactly. If LJ is SL experiment/project then he can do it with his money not mine. Nothing against LJ at all and hope he succeeds but I just don't think he will.
  2. Interesting article and do think sticking with a manager is the way forward so long as he's the right man to take the club forward which I don't believe LJ is.
  3. In fairness so is my Nan.
  4. Let the players pick the team and tactics.
  5. STH holder are always counted regardless of whether they attend. It's plain to see a lot of empty seats in the stadium and quite a few STH around me have not attended for at least 3 games.
  6. Agree with your sentiment entirely but I've seen nothing to suggest that LJ is the man to take us forward and was employed as a result people liking to employ people they already know as opposed to his ability. I've nothing against LJ at all and really hope he'll succeed but it's highly doubtful.
  7. Like him or loath him Pulis has always compensated for working within smaller budgets by having well organised sides. Agree that Dyche has the potential to be a very good manager.
  8. Valid point. But not being any better than what we have when what we have is a loan signing who will return in the summer and a 37 year old who probably won't be with us next season should have meant Engval was given a run.
  9. In fairness there's a reasonably large percentage of people who believe that we were sold a dud. More fool the club if that was the case. However when Engval started against Hull he didn't look out of place. Granted his goals per game has not been great but he's never played an entire game.
  10. Are you Jon Lansdown?
  11. Extend his contract.
  12. Reckon that is closer than most people would think.
  13. For me the decision is based on whether I actually enjoy it. I really don't at present and genuinely feel that there is more value doing other stuff. I'll probably pick one or two games next season and enjoy doing something different on a Saturday afternoon. 99.9% certainty that I won't renew this season and I've probably renewed for 10 consecutive seasons and most seasons over the last 20 years. Sorry for those that say I'm not a true supporter or to sling my hook that's their opinion. Quite simply I'm not enjoying match day at all at present it but I do believe we've made some good signings that may bear fruit in future seasons.
  14. Staggering interview. Regardless of Ashton's points I doubt whether there is a club in any of the English leagues that would not have fired LJ by now. His record says it all. The board and majority shareholder are simply putting their fingers in their ears and heads in the sand. I'm indifferent to Pemberton leaving but trying to spin it as something that was absolutely required immediately was patronising to the fans. LJ must go. Sacking Pemberton is fiddling while Rome burns.
  15. It's not Ashton that picks a completely different starting eleven and formation each game. We seem to attract decent players at home and abroad which in part is Ashton's job to promote the club in the best possible light. Seems we are trying to hunt for a scapegoat with Ashton. The real issue is Johnson. He's been supported by the owner but he simply doesn't have the wherewithal to know what to do with some very good signings.