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  1. Probably saying that the thumping at villa 3 days later changed the season on its head
  2. that's the most important point is it being the right fit. Going for all these pipedream managers is fanciful and will not work out when the reality of budget constraints hits home. Adkins has done a good job everywhere he has been and exudes positivity. He'd be my number one choice
  3. At the business end of the season as the cream rises to the top we are more like skimmed milk. no substance what so ever.
  4. I’d go for Adkins. Done a good job everywhere he’s been and exudes confidence. I think he’d be a breath of fresh air, much like cotterill was. But has a proven track record at this level and plenty of promotions under his belt. He’d take the pressure off the players rather than throwing them under the bus and saying he gave them all the tools but they fail to execute etc. id be satisfied with robbins.
  5. RIP Doesnt say it was coronavirus does it?
  6. i've only ever eaten about 2 mouth fulls. full of gristle, horrible, dry filling and not particularly tasty. I have never understood the love for them.
  7. Johnson does pick odd games to go toe to toe against the opposition. He always tries it against WBA and we almost always get thumps. 4-4-2 tends not to works at this level against anyone let alone the top teams in the league. 4-5-1 is the way to play away to the top teams regardless how good we consider ourselves to be
  8. I kind of agree with you, and the likely event of an appointment from within the current coaching set up does not exactly inspire confidence. But for me Nigel Adkins would be a great fit. He's been successful in every job he's had and won multiple promotions including winning promotion from the championship with southampton, he knows the division, he exudes positivity, and is currently available. What is there not to like. He would be the first person on my list, and i'd prefer to have him in charge than LJ. I'm still not sure that all of this lies at johnson's feet though. I'm not s
  9. Not sure about massengo, but I’m sure Johnson said Nagy has been suffering from flu/a cold.
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