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  • Sack the manager

    This would never have happened under Ollie!

    Amit is a Jonah!

  • #2
    Don't think SM has quite plummeted to Ollie's level. Needs to earn his spurs. Just one four game losing run. Needs a couple of sixes, some consistently bizarre tactics and selections. Add in some irrational behaviour. Then he will be worthy.

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    • #3
      Not quite that bad but to change a winning team or more importantly reunite the Three Musketeers was not a good call at all.

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      • #4
        Takes more than six weeks to build a team / squad yesterday was another dog from us ! Treat it as a message to keep our feet on the ground don't expect S MC's ideas to gel untill he has found the character of his players some have it some don't , Scowens came in for criticism quite fairly but he has a character of someone that will put in a shift even when not playing well well , he's the type that's worth having in the squad , have squad all flair players and your in shlt street

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        • #5
          Agree 73 and Dogs

          the three of them simply donít work, was tough watching them last year although they dug some performances out and they have been car crash together this season.

          None of them are bad players but as a unit it donít work. Scowen does what Scowen does, but Mass would be better in that role. Freeman is either hot or cold.

          If we had mobile FBs could play diamond with Eze or Freeman at head behind front two, mass, cousins and Cameron at the base. Think that would get best out of everyone. Could see Kakay or Furlong on right side but there are no current options on left

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          • #6
            Originally posted by West Acton View Post
            None of those 3 are bad players but as a unit it donít work.
            We were saying that all of last season. The hope is that penny will drop for Schteve sooner rather than later.

            Bottom line - how often have we seen us perform well and win games with those 3 across the midfield over the last year?

            IMO
            YMMV
            LOL

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            • #7
              Originally posted by West Acton View Post
              Agree 73 and Dogs

              the three of them simply donít work, was tough watching them last year although they dug some performances out and they have been car crash together this season.

              None of them are bad players but as a unit it donít work. Scowen does what Scowen does, but Mass would be better in that role. Freeman is either hot or cold.

              If we had mobile FBs could play diamond with Eze or Freeman at head behind front two, mass, cousins and Cameron at the base. Think that would get best out of everyone. Could see Kakay or Furlong on right side but there are no current options on left
              Westy we've been lost at full backs for for an age except ones that come on loan ie walker and the sulking asour probably got the name wrong , that position surely should be priority for the academy or our scouts to scour the lower leagues , hope this is on the managers agenda

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              • #8
                Originally posted by dogsrrs View Post

                Westy we've been lost at full backs for for an age except ones that come on loan ie walker and the sulking asour probably got the name wrong , that position surely should be priority for the academy or our scouts to scour the lower leagues , hope this is on the managers agenda
                Could not agree more and if itís not priority it should be. Modern day footie is about having attacking threat throughout the side so letís try and address it from the start, as while we donít have FB that can also get forward we will struggle.

                Having that opens so many other tactical options

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                • #9
                  How can you sack a manager, when we actually only have a coach running the show!? The only thing he has learnt from Sir Alex is how to chew gum aggressively
                  I played sunday league football today.

                  Clearly I was the best player on the pitch.

                  I scored 5 and made 7 last ditch tackles.

                  We lost 5-0 but the rest of my team were sh it!

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                  • #10
                    We can't keep sacking managers so I will sey thees oenly wence and in hushed voice this why posters on other boards were surprised that Holloway was let go , now watch me sprint for cover

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by dogsrrs View Post
                      We can't keep sacking managers
                      Dogs, it's an ironic OP, not a serious one pal.

                      Originally posted by dogsrrs View Post
                      this why posters on other boards were surprised that Holloway was let go
                      Plenty were surprised on here too Dogs. Honestly don't think it's as binary an issue as you imply between the various boards.
                      IMO
                      YMMV
                      LOL

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by FurtiveFox View Post
                        Don't think SM has quite plummeted to Ollie's level. Needs to earn his spurs. Just one four game losing run. Needs a couple of sixes, some consistently bizarre tactics and selections. Add in some irrational behaviour. Then he will be worthy.


                        Obviously this is tongue and cheek the op......but once again another dig at our previous manager who just to remind you wouldnt have lost 3 at home by this stage and with the firepower on offer upfront......Just a small reminder..

                         

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by powerrangers View Post



                          Obviously this is tongue and cheek the op......but once again another dig at our previous manager who just to remind you wouldnt have lost 3 at home by this stage and with the firepower on offer upfront......Just a small reminder..
                          Holloway managerial career win %: 36.1

                          SMac %: 44.9

                          most recent form pre QPR:

                          Holloway at Millwall, win%: 22.6,

                          SMac ay Derby: 44.8

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by hal9thou View Post

                            Holloway managerial career win %: 36.1

                            SMac %: 44.9

                            most recent form pre QPR:

                            Holloway at Millwall, win%: 22.6,

                            SMac ay Derby: 44.8


                            Did you watch those highlights but especially the first goal and against a strong norwich side??.....Great first goal.

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                            • #15
                              We have better strikers Pinks but have lost Smithies, Robinson, Chief, couple of others and Furlong injured. Jury out for me on SM and way too early but Ollie was a shocking appointment that did not work.

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