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  1. I think I'd just let Bullen have it if/when he goes. Can't bare the thought of another Jos or, to a lesser extent, Carlos situation again. It's seriously gutting, though. Is there some sort of rule that we are not allowed to have a competent manager?
  2. It's still less than half of that bottom tier so it will only be a smattering of them anyway and better than it being totally empty. And as for Swfc not selling out, the majority of the remaining tickets are at £46 on the south stand. You just can't justify that. The pricing is just unrealistic but we've been saying that for 3 1/2 years.
  3. So is the Lower Lepp going to be empty for this? That's going to look a bit crap.
  4. If ever a sentence summed up this shambolic season on the pitch. ^
  5. Stuff like this is why they will always be Sheffield's second club. There's always banter between the two sets of fans but it's only from United's side that you get these sort of snide, bitter remarks from official club sources and mouthpieces. Think Barnsley's official twitter did something similar last year, so they're in good tinpot company. So go on piggies and join Barnsley and Rotherham, your other little Wednesday-hating friends in South Yorkshire. Losers. WAWAW
  6. After what I've witnessed today I'd be delighted with this. For me, our only hope of survival is a British manager who knows the division and who can organise and motivate us into something resembling a football team. Another Carlos type appointment would be useless in this situation. We need a firefighter.
  7. Totally agree. I always thought that, given our chronic lack of pace,another manger would make use of Joao. Simply can't get away with having no pacey players in a side.
  8. Needed to happen but feel sad that it has ended this way. I always thought that what started with Carlos in 2015/16 deserved a happy ending but, as an swfc fan, should have realised that doesn't really happen here. Still, I'll remember the great memories he gave us over the last couple of years - that football in the first year, Arsenal, sealing play-offs against Cardiff, Brighton, Newcastle on Boxing Day, Bristol 3-2, sealing play -offs at Ipswich last year. Deserves credit because I don't believe any old manager would have achieved what he did over the last two seasons. Clearly a classy man and wish him all the best. If only it had happened a few months earlier, a lot of the nastiness could have been avoided.
  9. As far as promotion is concerned it's almost certainly over. Even a new man would need to produce a pretty stunning second half of the season. A few weeks ago we were still very much in touch, not anymore. Unfortunately though, with Carlos seemingly and quite bizarrely here until the end of the season no matter what , I am fully expecting a relegation battle and a proper massacre at the sty in Jan. I don't know about anyone else, but this is reallly starting to remind me of Irvine's League 1 season - and that did drift into a relegation scrap. If Carlos is here we'll just have to scrape enough draws to stay up. And we've paid £30mil for all this^. Urgh...
  10. Why does everyone insist Megson played rubbish football with us? Is it just cos he's an unfashionable manager? My memory of his time here was generally us getting the ball out wide to Ben Marshall, an exciting winger (remember those?) that he signed, and getting the ball in the box. We were also absolutely lethal from set pieces. And as for being negative, I thought he always tried to win games for us, especially at Hillsboro. Far more entertaining than what's an offer at the moment. Personally, I'm not bothered whether the football is direct or the sort of stuff we played in 2015/16, as long as we create chances and we actually try to win games. Give me attacking hoofball over the present sideways, one chance-a-game, negative rubbish any day.
  11. Is Carlos actually happy with this football? Surely any coach would be embarrassed by his team so rarely registering a shot on target, yet he changes nothing. Sooo boring and we've had over a year of it now. The difference in creativity and inventiveness from 2015/16 is staggering, despite massively improving our options. Has someone left from the coaching staff from that year or something? I've no idea but such a drastic change in approach from a manager is very odd and reminds me of everything going pear-shaped here when Terry Burton left Dave Jones.
  12. I know, he's only given Carlos four transfer windows with a fortune to spend and not forced him to sell a single player, not to mention buying for him two of the most prolific strikers outside the Prem in Britain (Hooper and Rhodes). Seriously, whatever you say about the running of the club, the fact that we are well into a second season of dour performances in which we struggle to score goals, refuse to pick any players with pace and only bother to attack for about 20 mins a game is unforgivable. Off the pitch I'm as critical as anyone about DC- the prices, disorganisation and his attitude towards the club's traditions (stripes and badge) but come on, Chansiri isn't making us play dull, ineffective football, that's down to Carlos.
  13. Think we'd be in Prem now if he hadn't got injured before the play offs last season. Definitely our most important player.
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