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Monk is like the supply teacher who doesn't know how to control the class.

 

No coincidence they listened to Bruce, a legend who'd been there and done it.

 

 

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The tweet says practically nothing. 
 

‘to hear what I’ve heard puts a different perspective on it’

 

ok.....tell us. They are contracted to the club so probably can’t say. But the tweeter can.

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Yeah get Sheridan in there.

 

The guy who couldn't motivate Chesterfield.

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If true, then confirms my suspicions.

 

What I don't understand is that if players are going to released, why are they not putting themselves in the best light to be signed by potential other clubs?

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Tweet seems like a rehash of giddings interview 

 

love the comical suggestions of getting people in the changing room too

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1 minute ago, modboy said:

Monk is like the supply teacher who doesn't know how to control the class.

 

No coincidence they listened to Bruce, a legend who'd been there and done it.

 

 

Did they though? 

 

Like a repeating cycle, after short term effort for a new manager (we were 3rd under monk), performances and results tailed of towards the end of the season. 

 

Bruce was reported as being frustrated he couldn't move more players out (thought to be FFP related, but we probably understand more now) and couldn't wait to jump ship.

 

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Just now, modboy said:

Monk is like the supply teacher who doesn't know how to control the class.

 

No coincidence they listened to Bruce, a legend who'd been there and done it.

 

They listened to Monk for as long as they listened to Bruce, too... 

 

29 points out of 18 games for Bruce

30 points out of 18 games for Monk

 

I'm not convinced it's beyond these players to put in the kind of dreadful performances we've seen for any manager, and it may have been only a matter of time before Bruce discovered this for himself.

 

As for the tweets - they're not really revealing anything we don't already know. There are clearly players in the squad who don't care. Why that might be and what triggered the collapse in form we've witnessed since Christmas would be more interesting.

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Who are these senior pros? If any played yesterday then they are part of the problem as none came out with any merit.

 

Also, who are the players who ‘couldn’t be arsed’? Why is Monk still having them in the squad?

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4 minutes ago, wiggy said:

The tweet says practically nothing. 
 

‘to hear what I’ve heard puts a different perspective on it’

 

ok.....tell us. They are contracted to the club so probably can’t say. But the tweeter can.


Yep, you’d think he’d elaborate. And name the players who he says were genuinely upset.

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The first team squad should still be better than one win in ten though. 

 

Genuinely looks like we don't train 

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Just now, Morepork said:


Yep, you’d think he’d elaborate. And name the players who he says were genuinely upset.


Not even suggesting naming names. But nothing different there to what has been said in the press. 

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I understand the need to be professional, but Monk is on a hiding to nothing. Put out a team to highlight how deep rooted the problem is, use the U23's to show which players don't care.

 

Doesn't matter what the name on the shirt is, if no effort given, suspect that would mitigate the effect of playing a youth player.

 

 

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11 minutes ago, modboy said:

Monk is like the supply teacher who doesn't know how to control the class.

 

No coincidence they listened to Bruce, a legend who'd been there and done it.

 

 

who were they listening to when we were 3rd?

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Article refers to a player who has supported Wednesday all his life being numb. Must be Palmer or Dawson, neither of whom are playing well themselves.

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1 minute ago, dorian gray said:

who were they listening to when we were 3rd?

 

Westwood and Hutchinson? 

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If the tweet is from who I think it is then it’s probably an accurate reflection of conversation between players and fans as the team left. What I don’t get who are these senior players? Westwood and Hutch? Two of our best players of the last four years. Who have played no part in the post Christmas debacle? That doesn’t make sense

 

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What I don’t get is how the players can be so so bad?? Surely, they’re embarrassed by the run of form and want to do something about it. Monk is in charge of picking the team and motivating the players, he changes the 11 every game and, imo, consistently makes errors in his selection. He has to take responsibility. 

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