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  1. Superb summary of how I see it as well. I am sure like many of you this would be accepted in my work place and I am sure it wouldn’t at HL either.
  2. Alternatively you could see this as a good chance to get to the quarter final.
  3. Post of the year on 2nd January? Quite possibly. When LJ was sacked I really thought SL had learned something from the approach taken with the rugby club and based on the well documented comments at the time we would really, seriously kick on. Hopefully, having reflected on things and seeing the progress of the Bears, this year might see an upward change and us model City in the same way.
  4. This completely mate. My concern is that some of the measures that have been put in place by clubs and enforced by stewards (for good reasons) will remain post COVID, just to wring a bit more fun out of going to the football.
  5. High point was QPR away, low point was Holden being appointed after six weeks of fiddling whilst Rome burned.
  6. Out of likes here mate but completely agree. No other club in the Championship (perhaps the football league) would’ve appointed him. I don’t blame him for taking the job, in his position I can see why he did, it’s Ashton and SL who need to take the blame (and indeed praise if it turns around). Correct Pete, I would love to see GT give him and indeed SL a grilling live on air.
  7. Out of likes here mate but unfortunately I agree with you.
  8. Part of me actually feels sorry for him; and that really isn’t a good thing at all.
  9. Out of likes here but wanted to say good post, completely agree!
  10. This is a good point and to add to it from my perspective: I have got absolutely no faith whatsoever that if by some miracle Holden was sacked, that Ashton and SL would make the right appointment anyway.
  11. Completely agree. Whilst Ashton would no doubt have been behind the proposal it would all come back to SL as ultimate decision maker. I’ve said here a few times now there is no way Holden is going anywhere. SL will not admit he’s made yet another appointment mistake any time soon; it will be at the end of the season at the earliest and I wouldn’t be surprised if he gets another season as well. I don’t agree with it of course and never approved the appointment in the first place, it’s just how I think things will play out based on the behaviour and approach we’ve seen before.
  12. 20th December 2017.
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