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RumRed last won the day on November 9 2017

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  1. I think after Covid many will reassess their priorities. The habit has now been broken. I reckon season ticket sales will be down across all the leagues.
  2. No, only came on here to check the score. Probably stop doing that now.
  3. Is ‘Deano’ now the official way of referring to our head coach? Just when I thought this couldn’t get any worse. It does.
  4. I think in this case, in light of SL’s comments and the 5 week wait to appoint our own caretaker manager it is completely justified.
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    I’d have a bucket next to you before you start listening.
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    Jesus, just listened MA sounds properly rattled and defensive. oh and bullshitting, badly.
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    Hopefully it will all turn out ok in the wash. I have nothing against those appointed at all, it’s just the shambolic way the club goes about things. I’ve resigned from jobs before because I see the way other staff have been treated and also turned down jobs I’ve been offered once I’ve spoken to people that work at the firm (who I knew). I’m just concerned we might become a pariah club, and nothing about this recruitment process suggests otherwise.
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    44 years for me with very few bright spells. I can see why LJ had to go but I think the board must have thought they could have moved up a level manager wise with no issues. I really don’t understand why you’d sack someone (and still pay their wages) who kept us mid table to spend 5 weeks appointing their assistant? Someone must be able to explain this to me. @Kid in the Riot@Davefevs Any ideas?
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    I agree but COVID was in full flow when the LJ sacking was announced and it was pretty obvious that full stadiums were a long way off. I just really don’t understand why if money was a concern they sacked off LJ. I mean he might not have got us anywhere apart from the middle/top of the also rans but he was a pretty safe pair of hands to keep us in the division.
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    I understand that but did you really, honestly expect the next manager to be his assistant? I was fine with LJ going but I expected a manager with experience lined up. The 5 week delay shows this was never the original intention. The club cocked up, again.
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    So why sack LJ? I didn’t mention Hughton?
  12. RumRed


    And we’re still paying LJ so why not just have kept him? That’s an open question to all btw, I really don’t understand.
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    Ffs just listen back to SL’s interview you utter tool, if you thought that was leading to a 5 week recruitment process to appoint LJ’s 2nd in command and a couple of lower level FA coaches then good on you.
  14. RumRed


    Ha ha ha ha ha, not exactly what we were led to believe though was it. A coach sacked from Stockport and one sacked from Cheltenham? Europa league here we come.
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