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Bristol Rovers Dustbin Thread


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8 hours ago, cityal said:

No question - Ben Garner!

Apart from the stunning run of "form", by most accounts he rebuilt their squad with utter dross. Tisdale could not recover from it, and here's hoping that Jailbird Joey does not either.

Yes, that was a ludicrous appointment.

He was a back office boy who tried to manage like you play Championship Manager: buy young players who, fingers crossed, will increase in value, set the team formation and style of play and then simply sit back and watch.

Great in theory on the whiteboard. 

Doesn't work in the real world.

I think they will take another couple of seasons to undo the damage he did to their squad with his acquisitions.

The mighty Tisdale's biggest career mistake was accepting that job without properly assessing the squad first:

"Why don't you have any strikers?" would have been a very sensible question to ask at interview and would have saved him from taking on an impossible job.

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Both new managers put thank you messages out on Twitter the other day, check the comments / re-tweets / likes.....about 1:3 in Nigel’s favour

I would say that ties-in very nicely with the club’s fanbase ratio 

 

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9 hours ago, redsquirrel said:

so which of their recent managers is your favourite?? Tisdale was doing great but i think may have been found out what his mission was. my favourite was the irishman, doing a job and getting paid,then dropping them in it as soon as a better one came along.wardy maybe second,retired at a crucial stage of the season to save his cv

Step forward Agent Garner!
 

The work he undertook on his assignment under the guise of ‘more attractive football’ was simply stunning. 

He took a squad that was in the mix for promotion into a rag bag assemblage of no- hopers in super quick time. Not only that he destroyed team spirit, brought in players that are flipping hopeless and created a squad bereft of strikers and any quality in key areas of the pitch, so laying the foundations of misery for many seasons to come. 
 

A worthy winner of the ‘Colin Daniel’ Lifetime Achievement Award. 

 

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13 minutes ago, RedRaw said:

Both new managers put thank you messages out on Twitter the other day, check the comments / re-tweets / likes.....about 1:3 in Nigel’s favour

I would say that ties-in very nicely with the club’s fanbase ratio 

 

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You aren't allowed to talk facts it's all about the gas logic, there are 100m fans locked out of twitter who can't like that tweet from Barton so it's not fair to compare the 2. 

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21 minutes ago, Port Said Red said:

Don't be silly, of course they have electricity, you can't watch Babestation without it. :)

And it's the reason why the Fanta goes off, not because it's out of date but because they can't afford to power the fridge at the same time...

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1 hour ago, RedRaw said:

Both new managers put thank you messages out on Twitter the other day, check the comments / re-tweets / likes.....about 1:3 in Nigel’s favour

I would say that ties-in very nicely with the club’s fanbase ratio 

 

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That’s all down to how many fans of each team have Internet........or how many have been disconnected for not paying their provider.

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7 hours ago, RedRaw said:

Both new managers put thank you messages out on Twitter the other day, check the comments / re-tweets / likes.....about 1:3 in Nigel’s favour

I would say that ties-in very nicely with the club’s fanbase ratio 

 

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'Lets get this place rocking'

 Don't need that, Barton Hill, the tents do that with the lightest of breezes.

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2 Million locked out away at Shepton Mallet (or wherever it is was in the Conference) AND now ladies and gents they now post a video on youpube with a different score to actuality from the game against BOTTOM OF THE LEAGUE Wigan Town  (Whatever)

Do PLEASE leave suitable comments 😉

 

 

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16 minutes ago, BRIAN WILSON said:

2 Million locked out away at Shepton Mallet (or wherever it is was in the Conference) AND now ladies and gents they now post a video on youpube with a different score to actuality from the game against BOTTOM OF THE LEAGUE Wigan Town  (Whatever)

Do PLEASE leave suitable comments 😉

 

 

Thing is the thick idiots will believe it and sue the efl and Wigan yo get their missing 3 points 

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14 hours ago, Eddie Hitler said:

Yes, that was a ludicrous appointment.

He was a back office boy who tried to manage like you play Championship Manager: buy young players who, fingers crossed, will increase in value, set the team formation and style of play and then simply sit back and watch.

Great in theory on the whiteboard. 

Doesn't work in the real world.

I think they will take another couple of seasons to undo the damage he did to their squad with his acquisitions.

The mighty Tisdale's biggest career mistake was accepting that job without properly assessing the squad first:

"Why don't you have any strikers?" would have been a very sensible question to ask at interview and would have saved him from taking on an impossible job.

The mighty Tisdale's mistake was not checking that he'd be allowed to pick the team without any interference.

Barton has been more savvy. 

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47 minutes ago, In the Net said:

The mighty Tisdale's mistake was not checking that he'd be allowed to pick the team without any interference.

Barton has been more savvy. 

are you able to tell us more?

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1 hour ago, BRIAN WILSON said:

2 Million locked out away at Shepton Mallet (or wherever it is was in the Conference) AND now ladies and gents they now post a video on youpube with a different score to actuality from the game against BOTTOM OF THE LEAGUE Wigan Town  (Whatever)

Do PLEASE leave suitable comments 😉

 

 

I wonder if any of the 40k they took to Wembley will deny that there's any error here? Another day for them to be "prowed". 

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On 25/02/2021 at 08:09, BetterRedthenBlue said:

You aren't allowed to talk facts it's all about the gas logic, there are 100m fans locked out of twitter who can't like that tweet from Barton so it's not fair to compare the 2. 

Gadheads live in the past. Those 100m just haven't made the move from MySpace yet. 

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