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Chansiri: Sacking Jos might not bring success

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1 minute ago, WalthamOwl said:

Jesus Christ DC open your eyes. The players are not playing for the manager, he has to go. Yes it might not guarantee success but it will give us a hell of a lot better chance that what we are achieving under Jos. I honestly can’t believe he is still in a job, clueless leadership from DC. I just can’t see him sacking Jos no matter how much worse things get. 

how do you know the players arnt playing for the manager ?...….

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What he hadn't discussed is what keeping JL at the club is doing. 

Were in a relegation battle. This squad should be doing better. The manager is inept, so stop trying to fool us all with platitudes and deal with this obvious.

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Keeping you DC definately rules out success.

 

Clueless.

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16 minutes ago, torryowl said:

how do you know the players arnt playing for the manager ?...….

 

Because I watch us play?

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I don’t really understand the point in these comments. He basically states the obvious, with no real meat on the bones.

 

And the stuff about highs and lows in football; he doesn’t need to tell me that. I know. I’ve watched us since I was a kid - I’ve seen 2 promotions, and 3 relegations in that time. Wembley 2 years ago, and now we’re 18th, 2 clean sheets, 1 win in 10. I’m currently at risk of seeing my 4th relegation.

 

 

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Some choice quotes here. So much for DC abandoning the whole "we are family" mantra...

 

“Two months ago, the fans and media were saying Jos was very good."

 

“It is easy to change a manager"

 

"Football is a team sport where you can win, lose or draw"

 

"We, as a team, players and coach have to stick together."

 

:Chansiri:

 


 

 

 

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Doesn’t he know there are no gaurantees of success at Football?

doesnt he know that we know that already?

 

he ant gotta clue. 

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1 minute ago, WalthamOwl said:

 

Because I watch us play?

so do I but I've never got the impression that they arnt giving there all …...

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Well, at least everyone knows what to expect tonight.

 

Can I suggest a boycott?

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3 minutes ago, theowlsman said:

Well, at least everyone knows what to expect tonight.

 

Can I suggest a boycott?

Agree because dc wont listen to the majority opinion.

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1 minute ago, debram said:

Agree because dc wont listen to the majority opinion.

 

Respect to the 1400 who boycotted the Octagon bash lol

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To be fair to him, we no doubt have some fans who do think once we change the manager there’s a chance we’ll still finish top 2 :ghoulguy:

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