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Average points per game over 3 seasons 2012/13, 2013/14, 2014/15 (seasons pre Chansirt

 

1.23

 

Average over 2017/18, 2018/19, 2019/20

 

1.33

 

£150m investment = 4.6 points per season.

 

 

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10 hours ago, RUMBELOWS91 said:

Average points per game over 3 seasons 2012/13, 2013/14, 2014/15 (seasons pre Chansirt

 

1.23

 

Average over 2017/18, 2018/19, 2019/20

 

1.33

 

£150m investment = 4.6 points per season.

 

 

 

And that's one of the many reasons why his reign has been a massive failure.

 

We can't even argue the Championship has got tougher, because it hasn't.

 

150 million to stand still is diabolical. That's not factoring in a points deduction or relegation either.

 

Bet his Dad is well proud.

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In short.....

 

A total sh!t show!!

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30 minutes ago, james o connor said:

Serves his dad right for letting his dopey son have all his inheritance in one go 

It kept him away from the real company. He’s probably chuffed. 

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6 minutes ago, kingsidney said:

It kept him away from the real company. He’s probably chuffed. 

Didn’t think of like that . Apologies Chansiri snr , master stroke . Just a shame he was lumbered on our poor club ! 

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15 hours ago, RUMBELOWS91 said:

Average points per game over 3 seasons 2012/13, 2013/14, 2014/15 (seasons pre Chansirt

 

1.23

 

Average over 2017/18, 2018/19, 2019/20

 

1.33

 

£150m investment = 4.6 points per season.

 

 


even worse we’ve generated a fanbase that’s expectations have sky rocketed and think we can spend 

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4 hours ago, Mr Farrell said:

 

And that's one of the many reasons why his reign has been a massive failure.

 

We can't even argue the Championship has got tougher, because it hasn't.

 

150 million to stand still is diabolical. That's not factoring in a points deduction or relegation either.

 

Bet his Dad is well proud.

 

Standing still at the moment. 
If we are not planning in someway for next season already and dont get the summer transfer window right then I predict relegation next season.

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5 hours ago, Mr Farrell said:

 

And that's one of the many reasons why his reign has been a massive failure.

 

We can't even argue the Championship has got tougher, because it hasn't.

 

150 million to stand still is diabolical. That's not factoring in a points deduction or relegation either.

 

Bet his Dad is well proud.

Agreed and I bet his Dad know about as much as him about running a Football club

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56 minutes ago, Rogers said:


even worse we’ve generated a fanbase that’s expectations have sky rocketed and think we can spend 

We can spend...hes spent 150 million.. you can't argue he has the funds, the club needs some brains thats all it needs, all the parts are there if DC delegates properly 

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17 hours ago, RUMBELOWS91 said:

Average points per game over 3 seasons 2012/13, 2013/14, 2014/15 (seasons pre Chansirt

 

1.23

 

Average over 2017/18, 2018/19, 2019/20

 

1.33

 

£150m investment = 4.6 points per season.

 

 

Did you deliberately omit his first season of 2015/16 where we were 90 minutes from the Premier League with an average ppg of 1.61. Then the following season where we finished 4th with an average  ppg of 1.76 which was the highest we'd achieved for years. Whilst I concede we are currently in the sh*t, these two seasons figures were a direct result of DCs investment.

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6 hours ago, kingsidney said:

It kept him away from the real company. He’s probably chuffed. 

many a **** word....

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1 hour ago, Bulldog said:

Did you deliberately omit his first season of 2015/16 where we were 90 minutes from the Premier League with an average ppg of 1.61. Then the following season where we finished 4th with an average  ppg of 1.76 which was the highest we'd achieved for years. Whilst I concede we are currently in the sh*t, these two seasons figures were a direct result of DCs investment.

No, I deliberately used the 3 seasons prior to investment (in the ssme divison) and the most recent 3 seasons, because that's a more accurate way of measuring where we were then compared to where we are now.

 

Would you disagree with that?

 

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8 hours ago, Mr Farrell said:

 

And that's one of the many reasons why his reign has been a massive failure.

 

We can't even argue the Championship has got tougher, because it hasn't.

 

150 million to stand still is diabolical. That's not factoring in a points deduction or relegation either.

 

Bet his Dad is well proud.

 

How is a 2 playoffs standing still? He went quids in, it didn't work, we go again. Many other clubs have done the same but you choose to ignore those.

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3 minutes ago, RUMBELOWS91 said:

No, I deliberately used the 3 seasons prior to investment (in the ssme divison) and the most recent 3 seasons, because that's a more accurate way of measuring where we were then compared to where we are now.

 

Would you disagree with that?

 

Yes. For the sole reason that you have deliberately omitted 2 good seasons to make it fit your agenda.

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All that matters is where we are today.

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To be fair the £150m wasn't all spent on the playing side of things and missing the two most successful seasons from your stats totally skews the argument.

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22 minutes ago, Bulldog said:

Yes. For the sole reason that you have deliberately omitted 2 good seasons to make it fit your agenda.

Not really.

 

it is all about where we were to where we are.

 

The harsh reality is that those 2 seasons are irrelevant because we didn’t go up and we are now worse off then when Chansiri bought us.

 

FFP issues and a massive wage bill with no saleable assets. It’s hardly the blank canvas for a new owner that Chansiri inherited is it?

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