Does anyone here think our plurality 'first past the post' voting system is fundamentally unfair? For example in a Tory stronghold constituency, voting for any other party would essentially be a wasted vote. I do not include tactical voting in this, as this still wouldn't give your preferred party any real benefit.
Proportional representation is surely a much fairer and more genuinely democratic system, because a far greater amount of our individual votes would make an overall difference
Originally Posted by upperloft
All the top managers have done there time in some capacity.. This all sounds like top clubs being forced to fast track Black/Asian coaches for big jobs. What a load of Nonsense. If a manager/coach is good enough I'm sure they will get a job no matter what colour or creed.
Originally Posted by Bigdave
If I was an owner the last thing I would worry about before appointing someone would be the colour of their skin. I just don't see this being as big as people like Les and others say. Surely chairmen want success
Originally Posted by Greengrass
At the time, did you want TF to spend the money to keep us up? NO IF's
The question is flawed because it infers a false premiss that spunking more in Jan with yet another elastoplast would have guaranteed survival, when it could just as easily have worsened an already dire situation with further debt, wages and contracts. Also, an untrustworthy manager was in situ at the time. So overall, much too big a gamble for TF, understandably.
Originally Posted by Art of Football
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im getting fed up with ramsey i can only hope we get mark halliburtan next season