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  1. Probably not very well known he has a very strong personal connection to my neck of the woods, ie Chew Valley.
  2. Scotty unlike Lee popular. Why? Was a decent player, wasn’t employed by his dad, wasn’t employed by his best mates dad, bit of a lad, mixes in with the South Bristol lads, his job will be paid a fraction of the Head Coach but relates to the fans 10 times better than the Head Coach. For those reasons I could easily accept Scotty has come to have more of an affinity than most ex players
  3. He's not lying. Of course he loved the club. It paid him ten or twenty grand a week, almost certainly more than he will ever earn again. Prior to that so far as I know he'd never been to Ashton Gate and probably never will again unless in a working capacity. You have to admit that's not the same sort of affection which most lifelong supporters of a team have.
  4. I'm talking about players and managers in general who say this and kiss the badge etc. But since this thread is about Johnson, apart from doing his job, and cheap talk, name one action which demonstrates his "love for the club".
  5. I always laugh when I read that anyone who has only ever been seen at Ashton Gate while earning ten or twenty grand a week “loved the club”.
  6. He’s not a decent manager he doesn’t have man management or leadership skills however he only needs to convince another gullible owner that he does and you may well be right about finding another Championship job. Although I think it’s more likely his managerial career will go the same way as his playing career did when he left here, maybe end up as part of a coaching team which he might be better suited to.
  7. He's not cut out for management. Zero man management skills and not a leader. With the squad we have somebody with those attributes may well have given us that extra 10% to challenge for promotion. But he's been clever enough to talk 3 clubs into giving him a pop at being a manager, so I take my hat off to him for that.
  8. Whether the next manager is young and up and coming, or established and done it, or big name, is not really so important, IMO mate. What is relevant is that the manager should possess the key attributes which any manager in any profession should have. Leadership qualities and strong man management skills are essential. That is why Johnson was a hopeless choice as manager or head coach, he simply does not possess these attributes. The fact we improved each season with him was largely down to the money spent on players, which was only going to get us so far. My comment on here wit
  9. He wouldn’t have got pissed very easily in Bedminster Dave, most were either closed or queues to get in or could only go in if booked a table!
  10. Interviewed on Sky, said we had to keep going and hope somebody slipped up, so clearly delusional and looks like he didn't see what was coming.
  11. If there is personal abuse, I'd agree, but other than that, 95% wanted him gone, why would anyone say anything other than glad he has?
  12. With Bristol City’s record sequence of league defeats being 8, set by Lee Johnson, I think it’s only fair that you give the Inept One until the end of the season to break his own record. EDIT: Ha just been told, too late! Great News.
  13. In spite of Johnson not because of him. He's been given tens of millions to spend on players that Cotts could only have dreamed about. Shit show? Oh yes after saving us from relegation to Division 4 and then winning the league by a mile? Johnson: Not a leader. Zero man management skills. Talks cliched gibberish. Johnson. Out.
  14. The logic is being a manager who cannot trust any of his record signings in each position. I couldn't care less whether they are good enough, I could care less that Johnson clearly doesn't know what he's doing.
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