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  1. Adriano Basso playing for the Red Rebels

    Hmmmm. I don't really see the problem if you are happy with the x amount offered. The rest is ego.
  2. Director of Football Required

    There may be a role for DoF, but more in terms of the point you make rather than the OP original reason. Owning the clubs identity, philosophy and playing style needs to be where the DoF needs to operate IMHO. Yes, LJ has this vision currently, but managers more on and we need this to be woven into fabric of the club so there is continuity. (The books all players have been given is evidence of this is guess). Certainly, Mark Ashton is using this to drive recruitment, but I wouldn't say he is the man to be the custodian of our footballing philosophy. Tricky one, but on balance things are working without a DoF, but maybe it is something that will be needed in the near future. Someone like a Glenn Hoddle - experienced player and coach, forward thinking, and someone committed to developing young players.
  3. Liam Miller RIP

    RIP Liam. No age.
  4. Brian Tinnion interview on Radio Bristol

    Good question. As long as the football was decent, I'd take the second option.
  5. Amnesty

    Spot on for me too. I watch football to be entertained. If that achieves success then great, but I don't want success at the cost of watching crap football. Ultimately if you measure your enjoyment just in terms of success then unless you are Man City, Real Madrid, Barcelona, etc you will be disappointed.
  6. This group of players will win the Play-offs

    Whilst I wouldn't say it nailed on, I think this battle hardened squad have a number of things in their favour when it comes to play-off - Never say die attitude. Keep going until the end. - Togetherness and belief in each other. - Belief in the system and the tactics of the coaches. - Game management. - We can win ugly if we need to. - Can perform on the big stage There are a number of great team in terms of ability so it doesn't mean we will win, but in terms of mental toughness, desire, belief, I think this squad of players is special and won't be found lacking.
  7. Bakinson

    Would have liked to see him get on today. If Taylor and Woodrow weren't so abjectly poor and needed replacing, I think he would have got minutes.
  8. Watch the cheese and onion pasties...

    I go to watch the football myself...
  9. Haven't felt this flat in a long time

    Phew!! I thought Horace the hedgehog had been run over for a minute!
  10. Full Time SLO appointed (Merged)

    Oh yeah! Thanks for putting me right! Welcome Matt.
  11. Full Time SLO appointed (Merged)

    Not that accessible, then. Surely, all supporters will be watching the game?
  12. Football Takes Another Step Towards Insanity

    I find the whole pursuit of ONE player alone akin to Klopp behaving like a spolit child. Constrast this to our approach these days. Identify the attributes you are looking for in a player, the personality traits you want in a player, set the budget for what you want to pay, then draw up a list of players that meet these, and start negotiating with a number of clubs to get the best value. I know which approach I prefer. Much more sustainable.
  13. Manchester Programme

    I'd give this a 'like', but I don't particularly care for caramel.
  14. Marlon Pack Banned

    Pack = Pirlo
  15. Garry Monk Gone

    His CV as it turned out.