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About reformed_red

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  1. Ever had a boss that you don’t like / respect / believe in...?? Which in turn affects your performance / attitude at work. Morning.
  2. I didn’t start this, but link here for anyone who wants to sign..... https://www.change.org/p/steve-lansdown-sack-mark-ashton-as-ceo-of-bristol-city-football-club?recruiter=92468768&utm_source=share_petition&utm_medium=facebook&utm_campaign=psf_combo_share_initial&utm_term=psf_combo_share_initial&recruited_by_id=1a77ba00-d701-11e3-98d8-ebe5915e9c02&utm_content=fht-27482151-en-gb%3A0
  3. Whilst MA is at the club I think we can safely rule out the likes of McCarthy, Warnock, Pearson etc....because even IF we were interested in them they would never work with his bollocks.
  4. Nah I’ve just listened to a lot of Mark Ashtons interviews
  5. 1. He can existentially link the process driven recruitment and development streams into a hybrid pathway 2. He understands the myriad of nuances within a structured organisational pyradimic organisation 3. He demonstrates an ability to self-lead whilst modelling the ethical and relational goals within the aspirational strategy of the football franchise, sorry I mean club 4. As per the above, he can stomach working with MAs bullshyte 5. He’s a wonderful human being.
  6. Because he’s a wonderful human being.
  7. Son. You’ve had an absolute mare. Just admit it and then we can all move on and pretend this never happened.
  8. I swear Prutton’s job description includes; “Absolutely brown nose any other team who are playing against Bristol City.”
  9. You know it’s bad, like really bad, when you want the ball to go to our right back because he’s the only one that might possibly make something half interesting happen.
  10. Can’t wait to see some exciting sideways passing in our own half tonight.....COYR
  11. After he full on booted the ball into the crowd from about 2 yards away in the dying moments of a game we lost 4-1, resulting in a fellow city fan being taken to hospital after the ball smashed him in the face, if we sign him that’s the last straw for me and this shambles of a “football club”.
  12. But if it wasn't over-complicated, how would MA justify his salary...??
  13. Yes, it's still all speculative, but all of this just wreaks of the "LJ syndrome" again. 'Clever' appointments, 'innovative' recruitment, 'moneyball', 'General Manager', 'planning for the Covid impact'. I don't care how long the grass is. Using drones sounds great when you're winning, but at the end of the day just go and win football matches. Same old City.
  14. If anyone thinks Ralf Rangnick is going to be our DoF, give your head a severe wobble. (If it happens quote this comment and I will gladly backtrack). Big Sam...oh yeah, I can see him being appointed by SL and getting on like a house on fire with MA. Same goes for Harry Redknapp, Glenn Hoddle. Henry. That would be very, very interesting, and possibly more plausible given his desire to work in the game, his failures at the top(ish) level and his links with Massengo. Although he is employed by Montreal at the moment...? "Exciting" is a subjective term. It will probably be a forei
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