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  1. Yup, thing is you can't even defend it because it's the same thing every week. Returning players from injure won't fix our problems, it's deeper rooted than that!
  2. Looking like another one of those games where one moment of quality will win it.
  3. Right here we go. Breaking the numbers down a little bit more. Chances are based off the last 12 seasons shown in the table in the op. 1st place average finish after 12 games: 5th However the two outliner season finishes of 06/07 (19th) and 11/12 (15th) bring this down, remove those and it's 3rd place average finish. Chance of finishing in autos: 54.48% Chance of finishing in the playoffs: 22.7% Chance of playoffs or better: 77.18% Chance of promotion from playoffs 0%!!! Chance of promotion: 54.48% Shockingly no team has got promoted through t
  4. This, I'm sure clubs would sign him in Jan to boost their survival/promotion hopes, I'd think someone would be willing to take a risk with him as he's a decent championship defender when fit. Would be better to get something for him and put that money towards a replacement.
  5. Exactly this! Holden may have his own ideas and perhaps would have taken city in a different direction but he was there mostly to assist, coach and implement LJ's ideas into the team. He could make suggestions or reason what is/isn't a good idea but ultimately had to follow LJ'S instructions and decisions. Holden is free of those shackles now so it will be interesting what he does with this team.
  6. That's what I get for typing fast and not proof reading.
  7. The problem is if he chooses to go with a league 1 or 2 manager is, they will run into the same problem as LJ. That is man manage of championship players, some with big egos, is totally different to those from a lower league. We need someone who is use to, and knows how to deal with them. A lower league manager isn't going to command instant respect a Houghton, McCarthy or similar would. This for me is something that is vitally important in an appointment. We need someone to 'take the bull by the horns' with this squad and turn it into a genuine promotion chasing team and Houghton is t
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