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snaykz

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    Ou est le presser?

    Jos looks like a beaten man. Whereas in the last press conference he actually showed some passion when questioned about his performance, this time he appeared to have absolutely no fight left. Coupled with his labelling of the fans as disrespectful (something which he’s apparently never experienced before in 22 years of management), his behaviour seems to have all the hallmarks of a manager who’s already been told his days are numbered.
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    POLL - JOS IN OR OUT?

    I believe the 629 includes the people who clicked 'View Results' without voting.
  3. Do you want the club to stick with Jos or is it time for a change?
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    Team for Derby

    I understand the calls for Hector to play in midfield, but I think he’s more valuable to us at centre back. I’d go with a 4-4-2 to make us a bit more solid, by not requiring our full backs to get forward quite so much. Full backs to prioritise defending with the occasional forward run; wide midfielders to prioritise attacking but tackle back when possible. It’s a close call between Lees, Thornily and Pudil for the other centre back spot alongside Hector, but I’d probably go for something like this: There’s plenty of energy in that midfield, with Forestieri and Reach given licence to swap flanks if things aren’t working out for them.
  5. From The Star: "Fernando Forestieri attacked from behind by a Mansfield player after the final whistle of a 2-1 Owls defeat. Looked like the Wednesday man was hit on the head. Forestieri runs away and is surrounded by teammates. Whatever the provocation, the attack on Fernando Forestieri was cowardly and needless. "
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    The Star Loves a Party

    He's Paul Davis, The Star's new SWFC reporter, replacing Chris Holt. He was previously the Rovrum Utd reporter I think.
  7. By the way, that was the toned-down version. In the original draft they all died horribly.
  8. Maybe. Certainly not as big an overreaction as dragging your son to some foreign backwater just to spite a bloke you'll never have to speak to again.
  9. Exactly. And this is why so many fans are rightly pïssed off. If GH wants to chase the money, he's every right to do so - we can't match the wages offered by Premier League clubs and neither should we try. But the spiteful and vindictive move to Leicester's feeder club to screw us out of compo is more difficult to swallow. For people who claim to love the club as the Hirsts do, this is hard to justify. It seems as though the club and its fans are just collateral damage in the Hirsts' petty squabble with the chairman. If you'll forgive the crude analogy, the Hirsts have taken revenge on one man by burning down his house and making his entire family homeless. Anyway, I've just seen the breaking news about Borukov signing a pro contract. Time to focus on the players who actually want to be at the club.
  10. Sounds like Marshall's going to Norwich, to supply all the crosses for Rhodes.
  11. Just desserts with several pints of bitter.
  12. We didn't know that he and his dad were going to conspire to screw the club out of any compensation money though. It feels like pure spite on their part.
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    Matt clark

    Yep, proven correct again.
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