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Just now, @owlstalk said:

 

 

We're currently mid-table if you take away the -12 points deduction that Chansiri (and Carlos) got us into 

Unfortunately we can't take away the 12 points.

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Just now, jonnyowl said:

No just the crap results and pathetic performances!



We're currently mid-table with a Sunday league squad of players


That's a better performance than any of the last four managers including Carlos who only managed mid table with his squad of allstars (And Westwood)


 


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8 hours ago, 0114 said:

Seen Lohmann post these on Twitter this morning. They just make for awful reading.

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Not even Halloween yet, this is scary!!

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whats the stats on a calendar year? surely this is the worst since club was created in 1867 . just 1 win and that was a 96th minute  winner.  how we are set up is awful . we play 3 in middle due to bannan been a liability too weak to play centre mid in a 2 . you need 2 strong players in middle both with legs, you need width you only get that with fullbacks and wide players , when we attack down sides its just with 1 wide player so often gets blocked off or the awful harris skys cross into stand , wont matter who we have up front until other parts are right. we have about 10 centre halfs at club and club is after another one its reported why why why? when we are crying out for fullbacks and width . monk is an idiot , anyone could see that when he got moses marking ivan toney at corners . 

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3 hours ago, @owlstalk said:

 


Monk wouldn't even have a screwdriver OR a tin of tomatoes


Just some dust and an old toenail that was found on the bathroom floor in an old man's house

 

Care to reveal which of our players you class as Sunday League standard as you said yet?

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8 hours ago, @owlstalk said:

 

 

Manager comparisons are (and always have been) ridiculous


Not the same players, division, spending power, opposition, coaches etc etc

If you were ever going to compare stats of something that should never be compared  it's managerial statistics


It's a farce and anyone looking at them thinking it tells you anything at all is naive beyond belief

 

I agree.

Busby Ferguson Revie Clough Shankly Wenger all had good stats but I thought they were terrible managers.

Much better Eustace Wilson Shreeves and Burtenshaw who I thought were all excellent.

 

They didnt have much luck results-wise but they were brilliant managers.   And we do like to moan anyway.

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1 hour ago, morganowl said:

whats the stats on a calendar year? surely this is the worst since club was created in 1867 . just 1 win and that was a 96th minute  winner.  how we are set up is awful . we play 3 in middle due to bannan been a liability too weak to play centre mid in a 2 . you need 2 strong players in middle both with legs, you need width you only get that with fullbacks and wide players , when we attack down sides its just with 1 wide player so often gets blocked off or the awful harris skys cross into stand , wont matter who we have up front until other parts are right. we have about 10 centre halfs at club and club is after another one its reported why why why? when we are crying out for fullbacks and width . monk is an idiot , anyone could see that when he got moses marking ivan toney at corners . 

 

Since the second world war the lowest number of home wins in a calendar year is 4 twice, 1967 and 1975.

 

As you say it's 1 so far in 2020 with 7 home games left. It doesn't look like we will win 3 of those to equal that.

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27 minutes ago, Tommy Crawshaw said:

 

Since the second world war the lowest number of home wins in a calendar year is 4 twice, 1967 and 1975.

 

As you say it's 1 so far in 2020 with 7 home games left. It doesn't look like we will win 3 of those to equal that.

1969 not '67

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Thing is Monk probably thinks he’s doing a great job? Every time he’s interviewed he doesn’t seem to show any worry or stress. He probably looks at the championship table and just thinks it’s the wrong way round? It really wouldn’t surprise me as if he thought we were struggling to score goals, win games etc., surely he’d change tactics and personnel but he doesn’t, so he obviously thinks he’s doing a great job?

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Just now, Jim said:

 Every time he’s interviewed he doesn’t seem to show any worry or stress.  

 


Professionalism that Jim

People in control of situations don't get flustered


 


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Just now, @owlstalk said:

 


Professionalism that Jim

People in control of situations don't get flustered

 

I’d call it arrogance Neil.

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3 hours ago, @owlstalk said:

 

That's not Monk's fault

 

Well if he had managed to have not totally crumbled the second half of last season then it would have been likely the points deduction would have been given last season if we could have got 12 points above relegation places.   So it kinda is Monks fault.

 

Oh wait no its cause Monk didnt have his players....

Monk didnt have his staff....

Its the big crowds at home putting players off...

Its the crowds getting on players backs....

The wind was in the wrong direction...

The grass was too green....

 

Monk now has his players.

Monk now has his staff.

There are no crowds.

Monk has had money to spend, more than other managers before DC.

Monk still has an average wage budget.

 

Were not expecting much but come on the stats speak for themselves the guy is useless.

 

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Just now, catdog1121 said:

 

Well if he had managed to have not totally crumbled the second half of last season then it would have been likely the points deduction would have been given last season if we could have got 12 points above relegation places.  

 

 


Similarly if Westwood hadn't played last season and dropped those howlers we would have also been spared this issue


 


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14 minutes ago, @owlstalk said:

 


Big Ron was the same mate - cool, calm and in control

Loved it when big Ron kicked off at Richard Keys 

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17 minutes ago, @owlstalk said:

 


Big Ron was the same mate - cool, calm and in control

 

Big Ron played attractive attacking football. Monk just plays attritional eye bleeding sh!t.

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