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  1. He needs time and some resources. What do you expect to be achieved in the time he has been here with the squad he has been left with.
  2. How does Diedhiou get in the team. Strange choice if you want a player to show effort and committment.
  3. I never suggested some return to the old days but personally found it a bit galling to be lectured on greed by people who have done very nicely out of the greed of the top football clubs. In spite of the vast sums they receive in TV payouts they never seem able to reduce prices to the supporters but pay ever more obscene wages to players who already earn more in a month than many earn in a year.
  4. Sorry if it has been mentioned but I find a bit rich when ex premiership footballers on Sky get on their high horse and talk about football being for the fans and that it is just greed that motivated this super League idea. Well I thought with most premiership clubs and players that greed is what motivated them already. What's new. This is just a new version of it. Squeeze as much out of the football supporter as possible through ticket prices, costs at the game , replica shirts etc, etc.
  5. Do people think that Lansdown is working feverishly to sort out the new Manager/ CEO or whatever structure we are going to have and that shortly we will know what is happening. Or is this going to follow the same painfully slow and convoluted process we experienced with the Holden appointment. I really hope it is the former so plans for next season can begin.
  6. I would have thought it was a priority. But with Lansdown anything is possible. I would imagine that Pearson is a manager that a number of clubs might want and if this is drawn out by Lansdown then others will be in for him. And we will have missed a really tremendous opportunity to get a manager of his calibre.
  7. Who is going to be doing this recruitment. Isn't that something that is being looked at now. With Pearson not confirmed and Ashton whose heart will not be in the job now. How do we get ahead in the recruitment of new signings and who will be on the case.
  8. Look at his record as a Manager. Maybe just maybe the issue is the hopeless squad that Johnson and Holden put together. Plus the selling off of all the quality players we had. But to compare his ability with Holden's is ludicrous.
  9. I hope that is the last we see of him in a City shirt.
  10. Jack Hunt is woeful. One of the many that must be shown the door.
  11. It seems that lovely decent blokes abound at our club. Holden was one of those total unfit for the job but a lovely bloke. Now we have Jon who is another. But again what does he bring to the party. His reign as Chairman has seen a number of major issues developing and his Dad has had to come out of exile to sort them out. What does he do. I would rather have people running the club based on their ability and being able to do the job.
  12. I wish him well. But it was very poor judgement on his part to take such a big job at that point in his career. Hopefully he has learned that lesson now and can move on.
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