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Cotts was one of the best things to happen to the club for a long time. Unfortunately the wrong players were targeted, gayle and gray probably wanted and had better offers rather than not wanting to play for the manager as some think. With Mark Ashton and the current scouting at the club during that summer it Could've been different for Cotts. Options to change the formation wasn't possible until after he went really so he was kind of stuck
Always rated him and always wanted him to have a go here but probably too late in his career, would imagine Cardiff would he his last job. Seems to really motivate his players, plays to strengths and knows that a team needs one or 2 dirty players that break up play and win free kicks etc, not always fair but we've had lots of decisions go against us because they know how to play the ref
Yes he's not the most likable man but no one can deny he gotten the most out of his players at most of his clubs. Sets out his team to play to their strengths and get results. If he was here and playing direct / long ball and we had more points on the board would it matter? He'd bring in that nasty midfielder who's going to take a card to stop a opponent from just running through our midfield like what happens so often.