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Blatter

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  1. Fan on fan

    There's a sure way of uniting the fan base. A winning team playing attacking football. Thats all the vast majority want . Don't really care who does it.
  2. McAnearny(T) Froggat? Swan Gibson, O'Donnel Curtis Finney Quixall Shiner and Kay. Don't remember the keeper and not 100%certain on one or two. Its around 1957. A long time ago when I was just a nipper on the South Stand Terrace. Somebody is sure to put me right though.
  3. Gary Megson

    Thought he got West Brom promoted twice. Wonder what his stats looked like there. Plus he won the Battle of Brammall Lane
  4. So Much For Being A Man Of His Word

    Thats because he's usually played out of his best position. Earlier this season he played left back, right midfield and left midfield in the same game. No other player is ever asked to do that. He's also been used as a striker. Give the boy game time left wing position that suits him. Carlos is moving him around to keep Bannan, Lee Wallace and Jones in midfield. The last two do not deserve automatic selection
  5. So Much For Being A Man Of His Word

    Lets be clear, Reach is an excellent player who always gives 100%. He's just not a left full back in a back 4. Ability to tackle is essential. Play him as a wing back in a 3-5-2 or left midfield in the 4-4-2 we usually play and he will shine.
  6. So Much For Being A Man Of His Word

    Its to accomodate Bannan, Lee, Wallace and Jones/ Hutch in midfield. Someting has to give.
  7. So Much For Being A Man Of His Word

    Reach might be Carlos's first choice left back but wouldn't be mine. Can't tackle, no positional sense. Looks every bit a left winger played out of position. Should be out and out left winger. Left wing back at a push if 3 at the back to cover him. Ask Phil Parkinson and Ameobe
  8. So Much For Being A Man Of His Word

    Along with Westwood in goal, Pudil at left back, Loovens at centre back and on field captain. Only two of our normally solid back five played v Bolton. Result was defensive Chaos.
  9. The answer to that would probably last 15to 20 minutes and involve the crushing of banknotes, clothes for the opera and the merit of lobster, prawns or pork for the barbecue.
  10. Michael Vaughan

    Its the sort of thing most fans feel after another bad result in a run of poor perfomances. A good reason to let a few days pass before making such public statements.
  11. Chansiri has been good for the club, no one should be arguing about that. We were on the road to nowhere before this due to the lack of investment when Mandaric decided he wanted out. The fact that this has changed is all down to Chansiri's willingness to spend big money at the club. What is happening now is the first signs that spending large sums is not a guarantee of success. The club also needs energetic, forceful management, firstly on the pitch to keep fans happy, but also commercially to maximise revenue. This is where Chansiri is allowing things to drift. If he cannot be a full time owner/chairman he needs the help of a senior cchief executive to add full time oversight of the club's running. At the moment he is trying to do too much and seems to be overly influenced by a head coach who is out of ideas.
  12. I inetrpreted it that way too. Usually takes another couple of weeks whilst they assess candidates.
  13. THE WANT TO WIN

    Needs a manager to get under the skin of millionaire pllayers. Didn't think old Roy had it in him.
  14. Bloke gettin kicked out twice

    Only a drunk would go back in for more.
  15. Could do worse, much much worse. But would want more control as would most British manager worth consideration. As it stands the Head Coach gets all the flak for poor recruitment.
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