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CiderJar

Carl Hutchings

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I met him a couple of times.  Got a couple of free tickets as a good mate of mine knew him well.  Unfortunately the first one was away at Wigan where flapper Phillips dropped the ball in 90+ and we lost 2-1!  

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25 minutes ago, Major Isewater said:

He had enough of a clue to get us promoted. 

One of footballs nice guy's, and much appreciated down the Gate. Sad end though admitting he didn't know what to do with the team after a defeat at Ipswich I think? 

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So , I can deduce from that that Scott Davidson was a bit of a knob .

John Ward was stabbed in the back .

Benny hadn’t got a clue .

Pulis training sessions were ‘ fun ‘.

The interviewer doesn’t know what ‘ editing ‘ means . 
 

Interesting insight nevertheless.

 

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6 hours ago, Major Isewater said:

So , I can deduce from that that Scott Davidson was a bit of a knob .

John Ward was stabbed in the back .

Benny hadn’t got a clue .

Pulis training sessions were ‘ fun ‘.

The interviewer doesn’t know what ‘ editing ‘ means . 
 

Interesting insight nevertheless.

 

Plus once upon a time our fans actually sang.

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8 hours ago, Major Isewater said:

He had enough of a clue to get us promoted. 

He was also the man who wanted to give Jim Brennan a free transfer at least benny was right about Brennan being a good player

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I seem to remember Hutchings for two reasons, putting us 1-0 up in "that" game against Wolves before the absolute hammering (and the pig fight) and when he flicked the ball on with his head to enable Wednesday to score in a turgid third round FA Cup game at Hillsborough. The same game where Clueless walked off at the end of the match without acknowledging the travelling reds, later saying he wasn't here to wave at the fans. The absolute W⚓. (Clueless not Hutchings) (and our CATS coach broke down on the way back from Sheffield) 

Edited by Midlands Robin

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What a clown,

What he said about danny wilson bang out of order.

So danny came in took him off the transfer list and gave him a clean slate like everybody else.

Watched him train and probaly thought this bloke floats around doing nothing, hes no good to me.

Perhaps carl should wonder why brighton bottom of the leauge offered him a monthly contract, and then couldnt get a game at brentford.

Then he ended up washed up at southend aged 26.

He most be the first player ive heard to say a bad word about danny wilson.

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Great player and from what I see a great bloke, interesting what he had to say about Benny and Scott Davidson and a really funny story about not joining Brighton,we all learn !

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20 hours ago, Oh Louie louie said:

He  said john ward didnt want him, benny didnt play him, i dont recall pulis playing him much, rob newman didnt want him, nor did danny wilson.

Hewlett hutchings howells, the stuff of nightmares.

Huh?!? 

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1 hour ago, Steve Watts said:

Ahhh...ta....  I was wondering when he managed us!  Genuinely didn't realise Biff had managed anyone.  What a player he was though.

Crazy some the greatest leaders on the pitch are the worst managers 

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