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Gazred last won the day on June 25 2015

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  1. Been thinking similar myself. I do wonder though if his remit had changed, i.e keep us up at any cost as opposed to carry on as you were and see where we end up. Hence the more negative football. His teams stats in the Champ tell a different story. He's clearly capable of building strong teams in this league without being deliberately negative. Who knows, we may find ourselves in a similar position with him in a couple of years time.
  2. You are not alone NI. As much as the internet can be a cruel, spiteful and thoughtless place at times. I genuinely believe that if you reach out as you have done, you'll see the best of people and that goes beyond the brother/sisterhood of OTIB. I would definitely speak to your GP if you feel comfortable doing so, they can offer a lot of support. I would also mention your role of a carer for your wife to the GP.This puts a tremendous pressure on people and given the state of the world right now it probably only feels worse. Support for mental health might not be advertised on he
  3. It's a fair point. On balance i would say we are a very attractive option for an ambitious manager. Getting us to the Prem would be a notable achievement, Villa again, not so much. Perhaps Hughton as the example should grab the opportunity before someone else does. All about that desire and ambition i guess.
  4. Gazred

    Arne Slot

    It all helps. Networking is an important part of football.
  5. Gazred

    Arne Slot

    Never heard of him but looks like he's doing a good job with AZ. Certainly wouldn't rule out an appointment from abroad.
  6. A few things I'd like on our new managers CV: Has had a successful spell with a club bigger than us. At least one promotion into the top flight. This could be in one of the main European leagues as well as England. Played at the highest level as a player. Someone who sticks to their footballing philosophy, ideally an attractive attacking style. A known motivator of players. Unlikely to tick all those boxes i know but in agreement with the OP, it has to be a senior more experienced manager for me. We are an attractive option no doubt about that. To get us out
  7. That's pure speculation as you well know. What is it you say about if it's not on the OS then...
  8. Board/owner, you get the point. Had to go, has gone, well done all.
  9. No hard feelings towards LJ at all. I thank him for his efforts in progressing the club. The board have done exactly the right thing though and i applaud them for being swift about it. With 5 competitive games to assess a decent squad, a transfer window with good backing and a pre season, we should be an attractive proposition for a new manager.
  10. Seriously, we're all standing outside at 2.58pm tomorrow for a mins applause Tom. We'd do 3pm but ya know.
  11. Here's to @TomF and his minions on what must of been a right ball ache. As i fellow IT professional, i salute you! Been through many painfull downtime myself. Good work
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