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  1. Absolutely ridiculous... of it is here to stay it will be another part of modern football that will turn me off the game.
  2. Not sure you will be going to the kassam next year even if they do go up... Wycombe for me I like ainsworth
  3. Yep my work head office is in Brighton, and speak to many of their fans and season ticket holders and they definitely would never want him back. im not sure he is the silver bullet many are making him out to be on here, but he does have the promotion on his cv so hard to overlook if he is interested.
  4. Yes true but in that run was it the free flowing high press football we enjoyed the season below, not withstanding it was a good run it felt more laboured
  5. I didn’t say he was finished I said it started the slow decline, with every slow decline IMO their will be moments of recapturing what was but never felt it was the same.
  6. Brighton fans might disagree with you, towards the end of his reign for sure
  7. City 1 wolves 2, was this the day that started the very slow decline, it never felt the same after that, that season was the best I have ever seen Bristol city play in my life. i genuinely felt that if we won that game we could have pushed on, it seemed to knock the stuffing out of us. we had a settled side playing great football, since then the constant changing of team and his own uncertainty and over thinking took over.
  8. Why would you want moyes genuinely interested...seems like a yesterday man to me who will command a big salary...not exactly doing a great job with west ham
  9. Agreed he needed to go, but have a bit of class, no doubt the guy has worked really hard. he has limitations but I think he loves the club so I hope for many we can at least say thank you for his efforts
  10. Was this meant to be sarcasm Nostradamus
  11. I may be on my own here but I would be tempted to take a punt on ainsworth
  12. He has to go by Wednesday but yes agree with you In my lifetime their has been Mcinnes, o’driscoll, lennartson, Coppell, lumsden, osman, Smith And let’s not forget pulis some people seriously go over the top
  13. I thought about Howe just now actually, but then realism hit home and the fact he kept Bournemouth in the premier for 5 seasons for me means he will probably be considered for the next lower prem team availability Can see him being next West Ham manager
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