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  1. I 100% agree with you, but I remember certain people attacking a previous manager after a very short time in charge, which like you said was tacky
  2. I'm not blaming Thompson for this situation we find ourselves at all, but to practically saying it's 100% the players fault is wrong. Otherwise what's the point of him being there, if the players are looking tired or not doing their job or a gap needs to be plugged on the field it his job is to react to that. Otherwise you might as well as say Stoke, Birmingham and Brentford had nothing to do with him, but the Preston, Bournemouth and Derby wins were all his tactics because we won and nothing to do with the players but no one would say that, you take the accolades when you win and except the c
  3. How can you say that? I could say it was the players who got us 2-0 up and then Thompson might have change tactics or his inexperience failed to see what Luton may do at halftime, so that might have confused or failed to prepare the players and that's why we lost. Now I'm not saying that's what happened because I don't know and that would be making assumptions, so I'm not going to blame one party because they win or lose as a group, but has to be accountable for his part in that shambles as well as the players
  4. But isn't he there to manage both halves. If your going to praise him for the first half he cant be exonerated from blame for the second. Luton were always going to come out in the second half, make changes and have a go. We had the break to prepare for that and obviously didn't
  5. No arguement but that's my point you either hit him were it hurts or put up with it. People on here have got to understand ludicrous protests will be like water off a ducks back to him unless it costs him money or he gets a offer he can't turn down(unlikely)
  6. But that's my view or I'm I not allowed to air my opinions because you don't agree with what I'm saying
  7. Did I say next match ffs I was saying if you want a realistic chance of getting rid of Chansiri this may be a solution in the long term. I can tell you moaning then handing him you money isn't going to work he'll just laugh in your face
  8. Ok let's wine and moan and shout chansiri out and call him a bad man and then buy season tickets, merchandise and order follow while he counts the money from the gullible. That'll show him!
  9. When do protests really work? The black balloon was laughable. The only thing this man understands is cash, the only thing that will force a change is cut off his revenue, that's what forced a change last time in the Dave Allen era not banners and balloons
  10. I voted IN just to make a point of how a IN or OUT is irrelevant. Do you actually think he cares about some vote on here, I can tell you NO. The only way you or I will get this incompetent fool to leave this football club is to not put your hard earned money into the club. Unfortunately a majority of fans wont do that even probably people who voted OUT in this poll. Moaning on a forum is pointless as all he does is blame us, we have to hit him in the pocket then he'll take notice. So the choice is yours do you want to keep your money in you bank accounts and not pay to see the club you love to
  11. I guess the" give him the job until the end of the season" posters are feeling quite foolish tonight? But saying that i don't blame him for today or the previous shocking performances we all know who's the real culprit, this is what you get when you expect a boy to do a man's job, he should be saying to Thompson thanks and go back to reserve football and then go and see if Ian Holloway would take it until the end of the season as a last throw of the dice( but he wont)
  12. That line up is fine when we have the ball, the only thing I would say is who is stopping the opposition from walking through our midfield and their wide players putting our full backs under pressure. This line up would concede goals so that means we would have to probably have to score 2 or more goals to win games, can you see that on a regular basis?
  13. Cant argue with what you are saying but that's my point the squad is so unbalanced and maybe if we had decent full backs we could live with Reach at LM, but that would still leave a midfield which opponents seem to just walk through. Don't forget in Carlos's first season we played Bannan out wide with Lee and Hutchinson in the middle and Wallace who would tracking back on the right with Hunt and Pudil able to get forward. This squad is such a mishmash of players it leaves us exposed if we play Bannan and Reach, so if you play 4-4-2 one can't play both you have to play 1 out wide with Hutchinso
  14. The issue of where to play Reach is a head scratcher for any manager at this club. If you play him LM then it may be ok moving forward with his ability to cross a ball, the negative is when we don't have the ball. We cant defend with a midfield of Bannan Reach and more than likely Harris which then leaves one defensive player to rely on so the balance isn't right, let's be honest all 3 are not the best without the ball especially with no recognized left back or to be honest a decent right back. So if we play 3-5-2 with wing backs you need someone with pace to get up and down the pitch again wi
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