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The idea that Chansiri is some naïve, innocent victim of a set of cynical spivs is garbage.

He is a 50 year old multi-millionaire, who for his own reasons has decided to employ certain advisers. He will know exactly what they are, but he has dome it anyway. Why, who knows but it is not just bad luck so save your sympathy for someone more deserving.  

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Only a fool would put his hand back in the fire after getting his fingers burned. Chansiri seems intent on keeping his hand in the fire. 

 

Hopefully he will find another toy to play with and sell us on to someone with some actual business acumen.

 

 

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30 minutes ago, kobayashi said:

The idea that Chansiri is some naïve, innocent victim of a set of cynical spivs is garbage.

He is a 50 year old multi-millionaire, who for his own reasons has decided to employ certain advisers. He will know exactly what they are, but he has dome it anyway. Why, who knows but it is not just bad luck so save your sympathy for someone more deserving.  

 

Good post.

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1 hour ago, kobayashi said:

The idea that Chansiri is some naïve, innocent victim of a set of cynical spivs is garbage.

He is a 50 year old multi-millionaire, who for his own reasons has decided to employ certain advisers. He will know exactly what they are, but he has dome it anyway. Why, who knows but it is not just bad luck so save your sympathy for someone more deserving.  

I agree. He will have done his research before getting tangled up with Doyen ,and will have known how they operate , so he gets no sympathy from me because he still  went ahead and got involved with them. 

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Problem with Chansiri he has too much belief in his managers and doesn't know when their in a decline they can't get out of. Carlos sacked too late to save the season but he had this belief that win a few and we're in the playoffs again. Same with Jos, he probably looks and thinks well he got us in the playoffs early in the season, few wins and we're back again.

His requirement of increasing the ticket prices to give attacking football makes me wonder what he's watching. Advice to him has been appalling(if he even accepted it) worry is he doesn't have a clue about football, even if he sacks Jos he'll just appoint another manager he saw on the internet.  

The no sell players rule is crazy as well. Fear if we even got into the premiership we'd end up with 20 strikers

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17 hours ago, FreshOwl said:

Shows you how quickly things can change in football

 

When we dicked them at their place (last year?) I bet they couldn’t have foreseen where they are now, 5th and looking very strong 

 

We won 3-0 but should have conceded 5. 

 

 

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13 hours ago, SheffWedsince86 said:

Problem with Chansiri he has too much belief in his managers and doesn't know when their in a decline they can't get out of. Carlos sacked too late to save the season but he had this belief that win a few and we're in the playoffs again. Same with Jos, he probably looks and thinks well he got us in the playoffs early in the season, few wins and we're back again.

His requirement of increasing the ticket prices to give attacking football makes me wonder what he's watching. Advice to him has been appalling(if he even accepted it) worry is he doesn't have a clue about football, even if he sacks Jos he'll just appoint another manager he saw on the internet.  

The no sell players rule is crazy as well. Fear if we even got into the premiership we'd end up with 20 strikers

CC WAS NOT SACKED......So your theory is well and truly dumped. Next

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3 minutes ago, CLswfc said:

CC WAS NOT SACKED......So your theory is well and truly dumped. Next

Thats an even bigger worry because if CC hadn't walked how far would DC have gone with him as manager? I am implying he may take the same stance with Jos and just leave him in the job indefinetly.

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I think we’d all love to know what a new manager, without shackles from above, would be able to do with the players at their disposal. And how would you react if you were one of the ‘frozen out’, would you want to play your heart out for the club that’s not shown any interest in you for almost a year (if selected)? I’m not sure I’d be that fussed really.

”Fancy a game Sat’dy Sam?”

” Nah, you’re alright mate. Washin’ me Barnet.”

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