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Vic Flange

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  1. Worth posting again, couldn't agree more. And who will be the next fall guy as it is probably only a matter of time before Monk gets forced out. Would any decent manager want to risk their reputations.
  2. I must admit that was my initial thought but the problems for this season run much deeper and for that reason the buck stops with Chansiri. May be Bruce couldn't wait to go to Newcastle but may be also he was thinking he had dodged a bullet and would have eventually suffered the same team issues as Monk. I am not sure how many managers we are going to go through before some fans realise that if Klopp came and managed us we would still end up having a poor season. I really wish I could say that if we escape relegation that next season will be better but as things stand I can't. If Monk goes early on we will be in the same position, getting in another manager and setting them up for failure.
  3. Can't say that side fills me with hope but you never know, Odubajo might actually not give a penalty away today, and Pelupessy might impress. Should have kept off that lager at dinner time 😉
  4. Big Jack's reign was the time I started watching our great club as a 13 year old. Great team playing great football with a great atmosphere. Halcyon days indeed. Loved it and was hooked from the start. However I do remember it being scary on the cop with the surges and managing to just keep on my feet as I went down an unknown number of steps when we scored or nearly scored. Wawaw.
  5. You think we are unique in that we don't have any? 😄
  6. Couldn't agree more. How many more managers are we going to get through before this sinks in. Some on here wouldn't be happy with klopp if we lost more than two in a row. At some stage we need to give a manager time to build a team and that is going to take a few seasons. I have said it before but who is to know that Bruce wouldn't eventually have had the same problems with some of the mardy billy big times we have. Give the man a chance for gods sake.
  7. A salary cap has been needed in football full stop, for a long long time. It is what has ruined football and allowed 'some' players to think they are bigger than the club, of which we have had more than our fair share. Unfortunately it is taking a pandemic for people to wake up. How can it be that some average championship players are paid more than top surgeons or CEOs of medium sized companies employing lots of people. I mean Jordan Rhodes getting £2m a year. It's time to wake up. These people are born with a better than average talent for kicking a football, something which a lot of us would gladly do for nowt rather than our mundane day to day grind. And then some of them on big money decide they don't want to play for the club or the manager and they get away with it until they move on to the next big pay day.
  8. And Terry Curran in Everton side 😁
  9. That's true Blue and white and he may be a man of his word but while the world is going to hell in a hand basket due to coronavirus I can't see many people wanting to buy a football team, let alone one that is a basket case in so many ways. So I think we will be stuck with him for a while.
  10. Well looking at the voting it's pretty conclusive, alas I don't see it happening anytime soon.
  11. You could argue it did when Monk took over, he got us to third. And who can say Bruce wouldn't have hit a brick wall just the same and been suffering the same now. We will never know.
  12. No we are left to guess just like when Carlos alluded to it, like when Jos alluded to it and like when Bullen has been at a loss for words to explain the lack of desire and background issues. Totally unfair on the fans that we are being kept in the dark and being asked to pay premium prices for everything.
  13. Monk had got us to 3rd just before Christmas, ok we weren't scoring a lot but we weren't shipping goals either. Unluckily we lost our talisman Fletch for an extended period. Monk didn't just become a bad manager, something else has happened and the whole ethos changed over the xmas period. Will things change here with yet another new manager? I would lay good money the answer to that would be low. Someone needs to tell the fans the truth what is rotten with our club. We are only going one way at the moment and it ain't the right way.
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