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Is Jos trying to get the sack ?

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15 minutes ago, Maxine said:

Looks like it doesn't it,  why hasn't he been sacked yet. 

 

Because Chansiri is clueless 

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Not impossible at all he knows its not working and just staying around until he is sacked to get a pay off.

In the 'Secret Footballer' books (which I think is Dave Kitson) he says in there he worked for a manager who the players were convinced was trying to get the sack for a pay off.

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12 minutes ago, GMOwl72 said:

He won’t walk if he can get a pay off. Will be another ‘mutual decision taken in the best interests of the club’ at best!

He’s on record as saying he was ready to retire until he got the call about managing in England so being sacked and paid up and living out retirement in Germany or Holland is probably very attractive.

He's walked away on principle before and drives a VW golf so let's not make him out to be a money grabber without any evidence that he is.

He seems like a decent guy doing his best which clearly isn't good enough.

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He looks like a man who knows he wont last much longer, but i cant blame him for waiting for a pay off. The problem is the owner cant see it

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:ghoulguy:

 

Nobody tries to get the sack, but he's probably realised he's overstayed his welcome 

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Maybe it's not Jos trying to get the sack, maybe it's Chansiri trying to get relegation? 

 

Just a thought I have had. What if there are relegation release clauses in all of the players contracts? If they were to reduce the players wage by x% then that would save a bit and maybe force the high earners on? It's pure speculation of course and only my opinion. 

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A combination of Chansiri and Luhukay is in my opinion the classic blind leading the blind situation.

 

This is going to get a lot worse before it gets better.

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1 hour ago, Peacenocchio said:

At this stage of his career, he doesn't have to worry about the outcomes if he fails. 

Unfortunately the players and fans do. That's why it seems to me that the players have decided he's not gonna be there soon and are putting in 95 per cent. And that makes a MASSIVE difference.

When can we expect this improvement to 95% then.

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1 hour ago, hugeowl said:

Well ?

 

When he came he tightened things up , we were trying different things from free kicks and corners and played some good stuff 

 

Earlier this season the wins and performances away at Villa and Bristol convinced many that we could be dark horses for promotion 

 

We are now a million miles  away from those games and in free fall and Jos and his side kick just sit in the dug out in silence . 

 

I supported him early on based on the terrific job keeping us up  with a bare bones squad and kids

 

Joining the apologists here :rolleyes: 

It wouldn't surprise me at all that Jos had no idea how difficult this job was going to be  and did the powers that be let him in on the possibility of the ham stringing embargo

 

however now departing from said group of  ' it'll make no difference do nowts'   i cannot understand why we persist with the style of play that is in effect suicide passing across the back with a different defence almost every match  

 

his latest performances as manager have been virtual resignations  how on earth you can sit there like a rabbit in the headlights of relegation and not get up on that touchline and try to motivate or instruct I haven't a clue   how he is still there    'we can't afford to sack him'  we don't have to, just demote him promote a coach with the club  he's a proud man he'll walk 

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This has also crossed my mind. Doesn't seem happy here, can't be arsed anymore, under fire from every direction. Why walkout for nothing when there's a good pay off when sacked. Invest the cash in a few years gardening then enjoy a peaceful retirement.

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Well he's not performing like he wants to keep his job.

 

Probably anticipating a nice relaxing Christmas at home, with more money in the bank than most fans will earn in 20 years as his pay off. 

 

 

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He’s here for the money in my opinion, he’s said himself he was going to retire. One last pay day on behalf of SWFC. Every week he gets paid is a bonus for him, he will inevitably go. Just with more money and in to distance never to be heard of again 

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He's not trying to get the sack I don't think he's realised he's a manager of a football club that's all

 

He probably thinks he's in some work experience at la la land. 

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The fans don’t want him, and I’m convinced the players don’t. Only DC left in the Jos camp 

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He could be - I’ve thought of that.

 

But, if he is acting under instructions and constraints - he could be looking for a bonus.

 

What’s the Chairman say?

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2 hours ago, Peacenocchio said:

That's why it seems to me that the players have decided he's not gonna be there soon and are putting in 95 per cent. And that makes a MASSIVE difference.

 

If that's what "95 percent" looks like, we're as good as relegated no matter who replaces Jos!

 

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Should never have been appointed, one of many many things DC has messed up since he came here. Jos needs to go now before we are in the bottom 3. Supporting us at the minute just feels like a massive chore. I hate that feeling. 

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3 hours ago, ChinaOwl said:

I doubt that it is a deliberate ploy but, on the flip side, I don't think he would give a flying feck if it happened. He appears an aloof character and has no real attachment to the club. 

Agree and the fact he said he'd retired before coming here, why not finish with a payout for being sacked.

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