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  1. End of term feel about proceedings - but, roll on next season, whenever that may be!
  2. I think it's widely accepted in business that a lack of insight/self-awareness can be detrimental to team performance, particularly when that lack of insight is from the one calling the shots. Will LJ ask for a different perspective or be welcoming critical feedback ahead of/in his next role? If not, then his professional growth and managerial career may well be stunted. I guess it comes down to, somewhat ironically, how much he is willing to trust others in their appraisal of him and how he might address matters such as: * Listening to, or accepting, critical feedback; * Empathising
  3. Has Jamie McA gone with LJ or has he stuck around with Deano?
  4. 'There's no excuses' - Johnson's final BBC interview Speaking to BBC Radio Bristol following the defeat by local rivals Cardiff - but before his sacking was announced - Johnson said he had "no excuses" for the recent run of losses. "We've got a good squad here, some good players, but for whatever reason after the Covid-19 break we just haven't blended or gelled as we actually thought we would," he said. "Obviously we have not been good enough over the course of the season, it's not just today and all we can do is set the tone moving forward. "It's disappointing but no one is
  5. I believe the sun should never set upon an argument I believe we place our happiness in other people's hands I believe that junk food tastes so good because it's bad for you I believe your parents did the best job they knew how to do I believe that beauty magazines promote low self esteem I believe I'm loved when I'm completely by myself alone I believe in Karma what you give is what you get returned I believe you can't appreciate real love until you've been burned I believe the grass is no more greener on the other side I believe you don't know what you've got u
  6. Just lumped £50 on derby to get promoted, at 22/1, probably an error on my part
  7. In great form, but in terms of the final run-in they have one helluva set of fixtures.
  8. Starts v Man City tonight.
  9. Unless they both perform in the same game, then you might as well play with nine men nine games out of 10
  10. I think CoD was being slagged off well before now to be honest.
  11. I struggle with this where SL is coming from with this. With the rugby Pat Lam is in charge, and guess what, with an undisputed leader in his field the results are clear for all to see. Why do we, on the footie side of things, have players on £20k a week and yet not a manager who has a pedigree. Isn’t it more important that the boss is superior, rather than the players - whole can be greater than the sum of the parts etc. Yes, LJ might have been the next upcoming success when SL appointed him, but even LJ’s most ardent fan would probably accept he hasn’t produced as much success as he would ha
  12. Not just about picking up points, more about dislodging a clutch of teams in and around us. Can we outperform the likes of Derby, Cardiff, Blackburn etc.?
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