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oh_weds_we_love_you

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  1. How about away fans are kept behind for 15mins during “medium to high risk” games. Home fans dispersed, then away fans free to leave. This has happened many a time before and seemingly worked, what’s stopping it from being a solution now?
  2. Have our local authorities really forgot what happened in 1989 when fans were led to an insignificant number of entrances? Why are they now leading everyone in the North Stand out through insignificant exits? You couldn’t make the incompetence of these morons up. Not fit for purpose? That would be SYP, SCC & SAG, not Hillsborough Stadium.
  3. Depends which end of the North Stand you're on. If you're toward the away end, you've to wait for the 8,000 fans in front of you to get out first. Doesn't make a great difference heading towards town TBH. It's a pain in the *** though if you're heading towards Manchester and you're on that side of the North Stand!
  4. He wouldn't be in the match day squad if he was being alienated!
  5. Bullen has been on the non-playing side for much longer, learning from a number of managers/head coaches/assistants. He’s also actually managed - and won games - in the Championship. Bullen is the better option. The Sun said he hasn’t been paid. The Sun said Liverpool fans robbed their own dying fans in 1989. The club statement says they split by mutual consent, nothing about salaries owed. Even if it is over salaries owed, why jump ship at this crucial stage after 4 months without payment (assuming The Sun is right)? Why not at the end of the season? Why not before pre-season? The comment about Carlos was in reference to Campbell “just” keeping Macc Town up therefore it’s still an achievement/success. My example was Carlos “just” made the play-offs after spending a shedload of money; is that also an achievement/success? I don’t believe scraping survival in League Two is an achievement in the same way I don’t believe spending a fortune to scrap a play-off place then going out with a whimper is an achievement. Amen to the last paragraph (it was you who questioned my opinion and started the debate )!!
  6. Yeah, after spending considerable sums of money.
  7. “Deluded” Wednesday fans... “5-0 Millwall”.... okay!
  8. Referring to his Spurs/Arsenal episode; It’s the manner of his actions. If you look what he did and don’t question his loyalty, good for you. Referring to not being paid; strange to leave it until the start of the new season. Is there also any evidence to suggest he’s not been paid?
  9. History of offending Thai’s. Played a part in ensuring we for no compo for Hirst. Flopped in the Belgium 2nd division. Yeah, sounds legit.
  10. I think it is unthinkable Campbell might be considered because we’ve already got a better, more experienced Championship “manager” in place. Campbell was one of the biggest turncoats in footballing history with his Spurs/Arsenal fiasco, that’s enough for me to question his loyalty - how long ago it was doesn’t matter for me, it’s a proven trait. Apparently he’s walked out of Macc Town over wages too, 2 games in to the new season, another question mark over loyalty. Carlos “just” got us into the play-offs in his second season, didn’t mean I wanted him a third season. So no, I don’t think “just” achieving something is necessarily good enough. Honestly don’t see how, being there for almost the full season, finishing 3rd bottom of League 2 can be a success. It might have been acceptable, but a success, I don’t think so mate.
  11. Me too! Watched Leeds vs Liverpool Premier League classic the other day, I'd forgotten just how much his face makes me want to punch it!
  12. I think the key difference here is Bullen knows the club and players inside out. That's a massive advantage when you're inexperienced.
  13. Only just! 10 wins in 46 games at any level for me isn't good enough to warrant a Championship club with ambitions of promotion to the Premier League. Mentioned previously, I value loyalty (hence my dislike for the manager who has just left) and Campbell treated Spurs like ****. Lampard and Gerrard have loyalty in abundance, so I'd rather either of those straight away over Campbell, before we even discuss their abilities as a manager/head coach.
  14. Tough one. Heart says Bullen based on results and performance so far, head says a manager with proven experience at this level in terms of being in and around the top 6.
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