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16 minutes ago, owlZfan84 said:

Carlos coming back.

For me it's not beyond any rhelm of possibility. Could make a worse move like keeping Jos.

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There are too many Carlos Cake-a-balls around for my liking

 

 

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"It was a very strange thing to say at the time."

 

At the time. Because we're already sold? 

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Why have we all got iyt into our minds that there is a queue of excellent managers simply itching to take over the management at Hillsborough.?

As a club, we do not have, historically, a very good record of recruiting good managers. We are a club that has rotated its managers frequently. We are under the threat of PPF or its successor, we do not have a reputation as fans  of supporting our staff and players at the worst times.

Just because we think that Joe Bloggs will take us to the lofty heights of Premiership land, doesnt mean that he will agree to come. Many players over the years have been approached, and refused to come to S6 Though we may think it as heaven on earth, may feel the opposite, an SIMPLY DON'T WANT THE JOB!..

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On 18/12/2018 at 22:26, RUMBELOWS91 said:

Forget talk of Bruce. If Jos was going he'd have gone.

 

This is what we've got for now and for the foreseeable future.

 

 

I fear you maybe correct.

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On 19/12/2018 at 06:01, Mr. Wednesday said:

Seems like we're fizzed. It's been shambolic ever since Wembley and from last season onwards we're paying the price for numerous mistakes. The only way out of this mess is action not words. Chansiri needs to learn from his mistakes, much like the Cardiff owner and get the fans back on side with realistic ticket prices etc, ditching the advisers and Jos, and by bringing in a experienced no nonsense manager to do things their way. We need someone similar to Warnock, who knows the League or we need to find another Big Jack from somewhere to revive us. However, I don't think Chansiri will learn from his mistakes and it's going to get even worse before it starts to get better again. This season and the foreseeable future will be all about trying to stay in the division, until we can go again. Our best bet to fast track that, stabilise and to rebuild might be by following Cardiff's suit and bringing in an experienced manager like they did with Warnock.

99.9% it was shambolic at Wembley too.

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1 hour ago, swfc1983 said:

I joked yesterday he was selling it to his son......:blink:

 

Bizarre , bizarre.................he could be the new manager !!

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The FFP will be difficult to get over when trying to get someone in. All clubs have a high turn over of managers so that's not relevant neither is it to say we don't back managers and club this club has held itself back all through the 90's because we didn't do more to get things changed. We have a decent squad to create a base to then add to once FFP is sorted. So scare stories of nobody wants us is unrealistic. Jos should have gone already and Chansiri has caused himself unnecessary add grief by not getting rid and holding the crazy meeting the other night. A caretaker would be better than keeping him in charge.

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38 minutes ago, bigrbuk said:

"It was a very strange thing to say at the time."

 

At the time. Because we're already sold? 

 

Nixon is guessing now.

 

Chansiri has actually exposed him. He gets stuff right but purely guess work in this latest drama.

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On 19/12/2018 at 15:55, Owls-Fan said:

 

Yes, tho Im related to a Man Utd fan and they are very happy with what the club have done. To appoint a club legend to oversee the team in the short term. Let’s face it, Man Utd can’t play any worse and neither can we if Jos leaves 

man. utd. (and expectant pothunting fans) are in an identity crisis, they were the biggest club in the world, then they became the second biggest in manchester almost overnight.

IF they want the open football they're clamouring for, citeh will rip them two new arseholes.

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So Nixon has Tweeted bizarre on a few occasions. 

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On 19/12/2018 at 15:56, Earlsfieldowl said:

 

He was, but it’s hard to fail with the talent at Man U.

 

Mourinho’s time had come - it was a job too far 

they see 4th. as a failure, and there's only failure waiting for them at present.

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Carlos back in some capacity, my guess. 

 

 

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