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graz gp

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  1. I think its gone to far now, no coming back for Bruce. People are saying its is boyhood club, but he as turned it down twice already so that does not wash. Get him out and move on. The season is three weeks away and we need a new guy in asap.
  2. We need to move on and appointed a new manager asap. I just hope DC has a new guy lined up. Has for Bruce what principals he has, he will work well with that snake Ashley.
  3. What those two Pratt's, never. One managed a women's team that finished 4th in the world cup failure and the other one could not run a wee wee up in a brewery.
  4. Get him out of the club asap and move on. If he has to stay he will not be very happy. If he thinks the Newcastle job will be better than being at Hillsborough he is in for a big shock and why would anyone want to work for someone like Ashley.
  5. If he gets the chance to play in the Premier league i think he will be off. But would love him to stay, fingers crossed uto.
  6. Would blue and white strips have done the job uto
  7. What ever he does he needs to sort the defence out first job. Then we might get somewhere.
  8. I have just read on the Green un app that Jos Luhukay was going to retire until Chansiri came in for him and he says he had never seen a game in England. I must say they are great credentials to manage our football club. How could he qualify to become manager, even if you don't know too much about football the alarm bells must have been ringing. If the chairman had been advised to employ him, those people who advised him needed sacking.
  9. The blunt's need two or three quality players, but they will not get any. They will not pay the wages to get the kind of players they need. IMO they will do exactly the same as last season, run out of steam in the second half of the season. Don't forget at the latter end of last season it was relegation form. Last night in the second half they ran out of ideas. Wilder did not know how to change the way they played to break the owls down. Uto.
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