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Red Exile

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  1. impressive young man.
  2. Leader of the Wilbs/Wade Elliott school. Excellent signing.
  3. now that is attention to detail!...and it does sound right.
  4. I'd agree with Wilbs - what a signing. You'd go a long way to beat Alan Walsh...who we practically stole from Darlington - £10k was it?
  5. I agree with you Dave. Whilst it certainly didn't seem to me like a point gained at the final whistle at Barnsley game (!) it most definitely does feel like a massive 3 points today. And very satisfying. 28 from 16 is a very decent return. What's needed for promotion is to turn those Wigan and Barnsley draws into wins. Which should be perfectly possible. Good to see Nagy back today.
  6. I don't know Jerry personally but see him at every away match. Good luck to him. Hard to think of a better appointment - supporter who has been to every away match for over 30 years accepts role as SLO...I hope the club appreciate how fortunate they are that he said yes! It would be great if he could post on here...and given how well recognised Jerry will be to supporters it is a bit odd that there was no photo to accompany the announcement on the site. It's a great story for the club.
  7. ...maybe he's talking about himself! Young coach over-reaches himself as Championship manager? As he suggested of his players 'not quite at the level yet or not experienced enough.' I'm sure he's not talking about himself of course - he's casting around for someone else to turn the spotlight on. But then, I'm a LJ sceptic.
  8. I wasn't there that day at Newport - away at uni - but I was there most of that season, and the two before where we fell out of the top flight and old Div 2... ...but reflect on that...I was at uni in 1982...I'm now approaching retirement...Rome wasn't indeed built in a day but rebuilding a top flight City team has taken the best part of working lifetime! EDIT: @Drew Peacock - great minds and all that! You beat me to it.
  9. well said...I was also cringing after that dire, so, so predictable collapse so much so that I called for Johnson to go...giving all the virtue-signalling members of the LJ glee-club the chance they were looking for! Haha. ...on reflection do I think he should?...well he's not going so it's an academic question. However I don't think he's good enough. Yet. Maybe never. I've been a manager of large teams of creative people expected to deliver week in and week out. I've done all the talk LJ does about no excuses and no off-days. All that talk means nothing if you can't get your teams to deliver. And too often for me Johnson can't. Does that make him a hopeless case who can never do it on a good day? No. But under pressure my sense is that his teams wilt...and so does he. Last night was a classic of the genre.
  10. bless you @Nogbad the Bad...calm reigns once again in the Red Exile household this morning...onwards and hopefully upwards!
  11. I agree Andy...I accept I'm on a negative roll this evening, but hey...let it all out! It's like our talented players are shackled to a ball and chain when they play at home...or maybe they just aren't that good? Thing is, they look really sharp away from home.
  12. Top post - but woe betide you if you suggest that he's not up to making the decisions... ...which I'm personally not sure his record suggests he is. Others, of course, will disagree...as they are perfectly free to do.
  13. ...and posting as someone who this evening is definitely glass half empty...I agree with you. Despite my doubts I hope I'm proved wrong...we go again as LJ will doubtless say sometime soon. Roll on Cardiff...for which we have tickets...
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