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3 minutes ago, ChinaOwl said:

 

It's a skill possessed by ALL successful businessmen. Being able to foresee potential risk and putting a contingency plan in place. Vultures in football are as predictable as night following day. He should have at least had a plan for dealing with it especially with the pool of experience he had at his disposal in the form of Mandaric, Aldridge and Wilkinson.

 

Spot on.

 

It was a toy for his son. I don’t think he ever thought it would be this difficult. It’s not a leisure thing running a football club unless you’re extremely wealthy like the City owners. 

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2 minutes ago, steelowl said:

 

I'm afriad he's dropped circa 8000,000,000 pennies

Trying in terms of learning the industry, which he clearly isn’t 

 

I wouldn’t say chucking loads of cash is desperately trying. Desperately trying would be seeking the necessary advice and help, if he did that he wouldn’t be appointing these nobodies from Europe 

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A bit perplexed as to where this “He is a good man” comes from.

Good men usually aren’t people who say it’s “my way or the high way”, won’t listen to people , couldn’t care less than they are disenfranchising many of our less well off fans, and display slight narcissistic tendencies.

 

 

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1 minute ago, FreshOwl said:

Trying in terms of learning the industry, which he clearly isn’t 

 

I wouldn’t say chucking loads of cash is desperately trying. Desperately trying would be seeking the necessary advice and help, if he did that he wouldn’t be appointing these nobodies from Europe 

 

Exactly, a sustainable long term plan.

 

He's been clueless and put our club at risk in my opinion.

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Like many others I’m totally disillusioned with the current situation. Like I’ve said before how we can go from play-off challengers to near relegation certainties in just 18 months beggars belief.

 

I’ve also said before that Lukuhay resembles a Dutch Alan Irvine and we all know how that went. If we don’t sack him soon then history will repeat itself down at S6 for the umpteenth time. How we keep making the same mistakes over and over again is bloody tragic because as a fanbase who has arguably stuck with their club through thick and mostly thin, we deserve a lot better than the current shambles.

 

Sadly I don’t see anything changing for the better until the current chairman decides to sell up but whether that will happen anytime soon remains to be seen?

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I think we need to be careful what we wish for. Out of the frying pan into the fire springs to mind here. We are not the only club to have fallen foul of FFP (as frustrating as that is) and we need to now make sure we get through this process and learn from the past. In some ways I think we are seeing some signs of this.

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People say he’s not learning from his mistakes. Perhaps we need to give him a bit of time to rectify them? He can’t do much at the minute with FFP looming over us. 

 

Hes appointed a CEO, we are blooding youngsters, we’ve tied down Bannan, Joao, Penney to contracts. They are positive signs right?

 

This is a big year for DC. What he does with the ticket prices, the squad and what he does in January will tell if he’s learning from his mistakes.

 

I’m not sure sacking Jos will make a difference. 

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