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  • gator
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    Originally posted by MYU View Post
    To early to discuss this but we need to give him a chance with the players next season.

    Changing managers just take the club back, he needs to learn and then put things in place, it takes a bit of time.
    I partially agree but consider we could go down and will Mac even want to stay given further squad restrictions next season?

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  • Pinkie
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    Originally posted by Gtleighsr3 View Post

    Have u got crap on here not on here surely

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  • Shania
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    Originally posted by MYU View Post
    To early to discuss this but we need to give him a chance with the players next season.

    Changing managers just take the club back, he needs to learn and then put things in place, it takes a bit of time.
    At his age, that`s a bit late. No sure I would call him a master tactitian, but with all the injuries we have had, I will not blame him too much..

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  • MYU
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    To early to discuss this but we need to give him a chance with the players next season.

    Changing managers just take the club back, he needs to learn and then put things in place, it takes a bit of time.

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  • gator
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    Originally posted by Pinkie View Post
    I dont agree with changing a manager now as dont think it would really help us at all, but i hate to say this but this makes a mockery of the crap i got with macs appointment and called a troll for it, really have no confidence in mac sorting this out, that second half was like a team playing the game out happy with the score staying as it was, more asif we was happy for a draw, has eze playing upfront in wells position til the 80thg odd minute, alarming tbh
    I kind of agree with you, SM looked to have us playing well organized football and getting results but 7 losses on the two is disgraceful and there would have been a full meltdown on this board if Ollie had done that!

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  • Martinmalta
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    Even if we bring Klopp we will strugle. Its the quality of the players that makes the difference. Freeman aside, we lack quality big time.

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  • Gtleighsr3
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    Originally posted by Pinkie View Post
    I dont agree with changing a manager now as dont think it would really help us at all, but i hate to say this but this makes a mockery of the crap i got with macs appointment and called a troll for it, really have no confidence in mac sorting this out, that second half was like a team playing the game out happy with the score staying as it was, more asif we was happy for a draw, has eze playing upfront in wells position til the 80thg odd minute, alarming tbh
    Have u got crap on here not on here surely

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  • QPROslo
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    Originally posted by WeAreQPR12 View Post
    For me I'd get rid of McLaren. Everyone says performances have improved yet results certainly haven't. He is definitely past it. We have a few old guys at work and the brain just doesn't stay fresh, you just have to look at redknapp, they don't know when to quit. We need a modern manager who can take this club forward. He wouldn't be a bad man to have around in a coaching capacity but apart from Holland he has proven that being the no1 just doesn't play to his traits
    We cannot keep changing managers all the time. Out of our 22 recent managers (caretakers included) only one has lasted more than 2 years. Only one change has really been a success, and that was to replace the useless Mick Harford with Neill Warnock.

    It was a big mistake to let Holloway go, but we should not repeat the mistake by sacking McClaren. The problem is the quality of our squad, not the manager. I cannot see we can get a much better manager than McClaren, giving the budget constraints we are operating under. We are not an attractive proposition to really good managers.

    Lets go for stability. If McClaren keeps us up he has done a good job.

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  • Pinkie
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    I dont agree with changing a manager now as dont think it would really help us at all, but i hate to say this but this makes a mockery of the crap i got with macs appointment and called a troll for it, really have no confidence in mac sorting this out, that second half was like a team playing the game out happy with the score staying as it was, more asif we was happy for a draw, has eze playing upfront in wells position til the 80thg odd minute, alarming tbh

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  • gator
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    It's not all on SM, there's lots of blame to go around, I don't think he should be sacked because we won't get a good replacement at this point and frankly I don't think we can afford it, he may well manage to take us down at this rate though!

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  • Gtleighsr3
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    He keeps us up,keeps squad home grown or cheap loans etc .board be delighted. Fans are bit more wanting

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  • Stainrod
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    Being without Rangel and Cameron for so long has killed us , players have been trying their best over the last few months but keep coming up short .Eventually the belief just disappears and thatís now happening .

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  • Shania
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    We just can`t afford to sack another manager.

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  • Norths
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    Don't see how he survives this terrible run

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  • Shania
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    IMO, it is more down to a thin squad and individual errors from his players,Weare!!

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