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  • Guildford_R
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    Why are we obsessed with old players, just because he played here doesnít mean heís going to be successful as a manager. Like others have said heís hardly setting the world alight at WW. Maybe Gary Waddock is worth another go?!

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  • ladbrokeR
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    Who cares who comes here. We have a rcaap squad, foookall money and useless owners. League 1 here we come.

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  • qpr
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    Originally posted by Timmy the Doc View Post

    Three years wages for one year's job.
    Lol thatís true, Ainsworth has it good with Wycombe tho, nearly Guaranteed not to get sacked and can go crazy with tactics etc

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  • Timmy the Doc
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    Originally posted by qpr View Post
    Why would Ainsworth or any manager want to come here? We sack managers too often to be a attractive club for a manager
    Three years wages for one year's job.

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  • qpr
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    Why would Ainsworth or any manager want to come here? We sack managers too often to be a attractive club for a manager

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  • Timmy the Doc
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    Wycombe ten games without a win. Sure, why not? Would suit us fine.

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  • corbray
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    he's had to play a style of football to suit the players he's got there but last season when he had eze there he played eze to his strengths and arguebly had a big impact on eze.
    he doesn't always play terrible football but as i've said, he's had to work with what he has there.

    he's managed for 7 years now which is the same length of time as rowett and longer than other options like darren moore. he's developed and came on leaps and bounds at a club that doesn't have a pot to p*ss in and unlike any of the other options we've been linked with he's someone who would immediatly have support behind him.

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  • QPRDave
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    There ain't many that are

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  • Jeffqpr
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    Loved him as a player but not ready yet for us

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  • Gtleighsr3
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    Lord above

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  • Kit
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    Would of course get behind him but been told his brand of football is a bit of hit the big man up front but worse out there.

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  • Jonny
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    GA is proving an effective manager, on extremely limited resources, but his style and philosophy is very much straight out of the Ian Holloway book of management.

    What does it mean? It means ďup em and at emĒ, 2 cloggers in centre midfield, and lots of route 1. A very big no thanks. They are a poor side to watch and GA is tactically lacking. Iíve watched them 10 times this season. And last!

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  • davieqpr
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    He also signed a 3 year contract extension in 2018. So not cheap.

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  • dogsrrs
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    Why wish this board on him I'm sure he doesn't need this mob

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  • corbray
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    league 1 is very tight atm, 12th place oxford are also in as much a relegation battle as we are in the championship.

    5 games ago wycome were 11th in the table but have had some tough games over the past 10 matches or so against sunderland, luton, barnsley, peterbrough and blackpool so it'd be unfair to judge them on that. they should have picked up more points recently too but thats football. the fact is though is ainsworth has done a tremendous job at wycombe just getting them up to league 1 and unlikr jfh he has years of experience managing.

    wycombe are in a similar position to us really, albeit one not of their own doing. they have no money or proper facilities but have still gotten themselves up to league 1, i'd love ainsworth here and think he'd do a good job

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