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  1. Limited obviously same as the management team...
  2. agreed but problem is our illustrious management team does not know how to pick a candidate.
  3. Well it is getting boring that whatever manager we pick we never get anywhere. same old, same old. lets sack another manager and bring in his understudy. New cash-cow, new level of thinking and leadership is needed. Our existing structure ain't working. Use the strategy of "Change Management" that is proven.
  4. I get to see this game on DAZN and in Ontario, Canada. Being a born and bred and resident of Bristol for half my life. What can I expect?
  5. Ah Buster. Flash from the past....
  6. Think it proves we are a bit top heavy in management i.e. Jon Lansdown and Mark Ashton while laying off the other staff. Oh well Lansdown senior has to find junior a job I suppose......
  7. Interesting. Isn't that because Rugby Union was dominant in the South whereas Rugby League was dominant in the North?
  8. You are indeed correct. Your shortcomings are many.
  9. Bit like the lottery really. Take a flutter with no firm strategy. The only strategy is hope.
  10. Lets look back in History. Early Lansdown years was the time that the Lansdown's were controlling the club, i.e. buys, players etc and the reason why GJ and them got on. Then we had the brief spell of Coppell who walked when he had a taste of what was happening. A few changes then we got a GJ junior in the sight of LJ who didn't have control over everything but was an errand boy. Should this appointment not bide with the promotional strategy to the Prem then the current structure has to be accountable and accountable to the betterment of the club and leave. The current infrastructure is a
  11. Disappointing. Now I have lost all faith in the leadership, strategic planning and direction of this club.
  12. Could have had a proven Premier promotion Manager but decided to go on the cheap and go with someone who will let him intervene. Thanks for the misery and strategic football failures SL.
  13. First a question. There isn't another age qualifying Johnson is there to keep it in the family?
  14. Well, let's just say I see City of gaining promotion with Warnock leading our current team. I assume the relationship between LJ and our Board is constipating.
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