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  1. Nobody in their right mind thinks it is easy to get out of the championship. It is one of the toughest league going. The question is with the support and backing he received should he not at least have reached the playoffs at some point. So I think that talk of how well he did are missing the point. And how you are as City fan deemed to be negative because you feel this was a failure I struggle to understand.
  2. The common factor in recent years of Managers chosen not being up to the job is Landown. It is a frightening thought but why would that suddenly change. Houghton looks an outstanding option and many clubs would have him signed by now. The fact we have this in depth recruitment process suggests that Lansdown clearly doesn't think he is. Personally that worries me. And suggests we are in for another Lansdown mistake as our new Manager.
  3. Who will get his team more motivated and up for the fight. Warnock or a disciple of LJ. This will show what Holden is made of. But unfortunately I see a fairly easy win for Boro.
  4. Sad day. One of the team that won us the World cup. I will never forget him. Great no nonsense player, manager and person. RIP Big Jack.
  5. Getting promoted. I thought that was what teams turned and played for.
  6. Surely past experience would tell SL we need a proven manager who has achieved promotion. And surely the success of Pat Lamb next door should reinforce this. But I fear like many it will from the lower ranks and an up and coming manager. If so what a terrible decision it will be. How can a club like Brentford always seem to get it right when picking managers and SL invariably get it wrong.
  7. I see the tombola is still working. Team selection based on the Johnson algorithm of pick Weimann and any other 10 players that come out first and then dream up the formation. Let's hope a new Manager clears out Johnson's yes men asap.
  8. I think he believed his own bullsh1t. He spouted so much that he convinced himself it was true.
  9. That is a shame if true. I had hoped the other 2 stooges would go as well. They appear to have been LJ's nodding dogs.
  10. Someone who can put out a team that will not be bullied and physically outfought by the opposition. And make us a team again where whatever the result they will have a tough game against Bristol City.
  11. Please not the Wally with the brolly.
  12. Well he will miss the armchair ride he got from SL. But he will have walked away a wealthy man. Who cares. But I feel so sorry for the supporters of his next team trying to work out tactics and team selection.
  13. Disagree. He got the players well enough it was Johnson who failed miserably to make the best use of them. He needs to stay.
  14. Not up to the job of moving the team forward. About time he went. The next decision is massive. We need the football version of Pat Lam.
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