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  1. Not now you can't ! Clubs at our level have bought promotion such as Bournemouth but can't be done now.
  2. What values do you put against each of those 7 players ? Also deduct their cost in wages for the time they have been here. I'm not sure we'd be in credit on all of them
  3. Certainly, and that man might more than pay for himself in terms of enhancing player values, and be instrumental in influencing the acquisition process so we end up buying less dross and enticing better players to come here. Oh and getting us promoted or at least in the playoffs possibly !
  4. Au contraire mate in England you can't buy success legally. Saracens docked 35 points and fined £5m. There is a stringent salary cap in English rugby, but the best of the best cost nothing like their football counterparts. Even with the rugby Lansdown stuck with Andy Robinson as head coach out of some bizarre sense of loyalty and that didn't go too well. Edit: Noted that this has been picked up previously by other posters
  5. I agree on Pereira. Not sure why you got that emoji reaction btw !
  6. Or an internal appointment ffs......!
  7. Said coach is a football man so would certainly have heard of Wolves. Academic really though, because they do have a super coach who has more than met expectations up there,who arguably had his two toughest games against us during their promotion season, which possibly gives a lot of City fans food for thought when they consider our seasons since then.
  8. It didn't and still doesn't hurt Wolves having a super coach either !
  9. I certainly think that's the aim of the club. A different demographic is sought, hence the usual sterile atmosphere in the ground. The thing is, when it all goes to rat shit, those folks will take themselves elsewhere and the former supporters will be targetted, but possibly too late. Personally though, I can see a drop in SC sales this time around, and I certainly see prices being frozen and some creative prices for younger people to counter that risk.
  10. And if so, what other clubs enjoy similar benefits eg: is it nothing special just the football fraternity helping out others ?
  11. No changes this season. We won't get relegated and the owner will give his man the chance to salvage something from the season so that a positive spin can be made of the term. If we improve league position then "he told us so" If we finish just below last seasons effort, reasons will be cited for the slip (injuries and bad luck with loan deals) If we end up around 15th then maybe a tearful joint press conference where undying love and respect are proclaimed and an amicable separation occurs. Jamie Mac unveiled as the new head coach straight afterwards.
  12. LJ outers are outers because they consider your man to be the wrong man to take the club forwards. Same as when people wanted rid of all the managers who preceeded him. Difference being, when they wanted rid of them there was no "agenda" simply change was needed. Current league position means nothing, people have seen the same thing for a couple of seasons now and are fed up of it. Just opinions, you have yours I have mine get used to it.
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