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  1. I think they had more of a problem with the amount of times you said it.
  2. Amazed nobody's uttered the phrase All Lives Matter throughout this eye-wateringly embarrassing thread that will prompt me once again leaving OTIB for a good while. See you at Christmas.
  3. On the contrary, for you to think that is pathetic and pretty embarrassing. People can do whatever they want, and to insult them because it isn't the way you did it is... well, pathetic and pretty embarrassing.
  4. Yeah, that's fair. Hadn't noticed that Southend did pretty badly in the end as well. Still, he did ok under considerable financial strain at both clubs.
  5. Didn't Sol Campbell do reasonably well in both of his managerial roles before being fired mysteriously?
  6. 1. People are allowed to have opinions on Johnson, of course. I asked for people not to just insult him without adding to the conversation. 2. We did have a long winless streak, which is talked about at length constantly. The fact that in the same season we also won a great number of games is mentioned far less often. 3. Erratic is a fair way to describe it, but it was mostly reactionary tactics. It angered fans a lot, and was his undoing in the end, but also worked a lot, hence why we kept finishing higher in the table every season. When that stopped happening, it was time to go.
  7. Yeah I can't argue with that really. By the end he really was doing things that I didn't understand. It's also a lot to do with the psychology of it too though, I'm sure you agree, along with playing fairly poor teams.
  8. I said you could enjoy it, don't worry. I just meant calm down in relation to people hailing Holden as a Messianic figure. If enjoying this means you're not calm, go for it.
  9. Really? Saw it all over the match thread. And not in an ironic way.
  10. I agree with all of that. To be clear, writing a long post about how we should keep calm is how I enjoy things.
  11. No, it’s an attempt to put the reputation of the manager we currently have into perspective. I said we can enjoy it, please read beyond the title. I just wanted to respond to everyone jumping on the Holden bandwagon already. It’s been TWO GAMES against relegation candidates.
  12. Great couple of wins, freedom in play, formerly maligned players performing well and with more energy - both encouraging and also exactly what happens very often when a manager leaves a club. Already seen a lot of comments suggesting Holden should be given the job full-time, or saying that Johnson clearly didn't listen to anything Holden said on the training field. Give over. New manager bounce is the reason someone like Pardew has had as long a managerial career as he had. We've had two games against struggling teams, and to be fair we've played good uncomplicated football. The test is
  13. Sure, but I’m also thinking of when he was caretaker manager for a few games. I vaguely remember it being very route one. Could be wrong though.
  14. What has ever suggested Duncan Ferguson as a progressive football manager? Genuinely asking.
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