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  1. I don’t doubt that they are ‘’lovely’’ and ‘’decent’’ but those qualities alone are not enough to run a successful football club. I hope and pray that Steve has now seen the light and is prepared to get in the proven experience that we need to take us to the next level. A Pearson and Walsh combination that is given time would be IMO the best single decision that Lansdown has ever made at the football club.
  2. Good luck to him. He should never have been put in the position he was at this football club but nobody can blame him for taking on the role. As others have said this role will suit him much better, hopefully he can make it as a successful head coach / manager at some stage in his career.
  3. What great news! Absolutely fantastic. Close the door on your way out you ***!
  4. My mistake you are quite right i forget about the job be did at Watford.. He 100% needs to be given the opportunity here IMO, the dead wood needs to be cleared out and he needs the opportunity to shape the playing and non playing staff in the way he see’s fit. The board also need to properly financially back him in the same way they backed LJ - do this and I genuinely think Pearson will do wonders here given time.
  5. Indeed, with respects to Pearson i am a HUGE fan of his, i do feel he is a perfect fit for the club. As you have rightly pointed out however we probably do need to be slightly cautious as you have to go back quite a few years to find his successes as a manager.
  6. It would be Utter madness if we appoint Robins over Pearson.
  7. To be fair if his salary demands are reasonable i would probably give him a 1 year deal in the summer - he definitely has the makings of a decent enough squad player.
  8. Can’t really argue with that mate as utterly depressing as it is..
  9. What has happened to Sancho? He literally seems to have been forgotten which is absolutely mental IMO.
  10. The bottom line is we kept LJ for too long, we needed to be ruthless and realise he wasn’t going to take us to the next level. We should have got rid of him that summer whilst our stock was high and got in a Pearson or Hughton type in then. The problem with SL is he isn’t proactive enough, he waits and dithers and this is how we have ended up in the mess we are in.
  11. I think Kalas needs another commanding CB next to him to shine to be honest which considering we paid £8 mill for him is not good enough in my opinion. I think in reality Chelsea had our pants down with the fee we paid.
  12. I doubt Pearson is the most popular amongst our players and that comes as no surprise, this current crop like many other crops we have had are used to the cushti relaxed atmosphere that this football club is known for and I’m sure the vast majority of the OOC mob were looking to casually coast out these last few weeks putting in minimal effort. In comes Pearson a manager who is demanding performances and with no guarantee of a contract offer at the end many of them (who are probably being advised by agents to do so by the way) have downed tools. Its a sorry state of affairs to be honest.
  13. I think sadly you are right. None of the OOC players give two ***** about this football club, we are an employer to them and quite frankly that is all we are. How we have ended up in a situation with so many players OOC at the same time is a question that lays at the door of Ashton and co, another royal **** up.
  14. Probably the vast swathes of OOC players who I’d imagine are sulking with an attitude of ‘’why should i try and put in 100% for a club i’ll likely not be playing for next season’’. Absolute wasters the lot of them and in particular Fam, i hope he never wears a Bristol City shirt again.
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