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  1. 18 minutes ago, S36 OWL said:


    Problem is, Chansiri won't appoint a big personality, he only appoints yes men. 


    I'm firmly in the Chansiri out camp and have been for a couple of years tbh but i can't totally agree with that. 


    Bruce wasn't a yes man so I do think Chansiri is happy to be more hands off but due to the complete mess his ownership has caused were in a position where nobody in their right mind would want to take the managers role unless they are desperate. And that usually comes with people willing to say yes to anything

  2. 18 minutes ago, Costello 77 said:

    He's said he's had a lovely time and he loves the fans..told us about his achievements and told us he won't be playing for the club anymore..drop him an email and ask him WHY? 

    Please explain in what part of this makes you think that Westwood has made the decision to not be playing?


    I think "I'm very experienced to know that these things happen in football and it's never anything personal" would suggest the manager has said he's not going to feature any more.


    He ends this part of the statement with "the manager has made a decision which I fully accept and respect..."


    Is this not am explanation as to why he isn't playing?



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  3. Think you're on to something but I'd go further.


    Sack Monk


    Hutch/Westwood manager combo

    Both love the club and have been here years.


    Brand them The Owley Brothers


    Watch the points roll in




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  4. I'm finding it hard to stick up for him but...


    I'm sure we will all agree football is a team game and that the key to success lies with a strong team and not one individual (Ronaldo, Messi, maradona for example are rare exceptions). 


    So why has monk not been allowed to bring in him own coaching team? He's been handed the job of managing this group of players and coaches, most of which have been here longer than the faint remains of the Presto branding on the leppings lane stand. He's a young manager with a lot to learn surrounded by tired, defeated players and coaches who have never been able to live up to the expectations set upon them. He needs help. And he needs to be given the freedom to source it. 


    Fans are losing (or have already lost) faith in him and it doesn't help when the man who employed him never seemed to have any in the first place by denying him this vital right.



  5. Monk is in the same hole that Jos put himself in. 


    Frozen out and discarded the players who would save his job. 


    I'm not suggesting that having Hutch and Westwood back would turn us into a top six team or anything but I'd bet strongly that we wouldn't be 0-3 down at half time 

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