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7 minutes ago, Skyline said:

Wish we'd just give it him.

Then Betfair pay me £70 which would be very nice.

 

How many games has he been in charge for now?

William Hill pay out after he’s been in charge for10 competitive games, which is after Saturday’s game against Swansea.

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I say keep things as they are for now

 

Be a shame to give him the job, watch things go t*ts up and see him sacked 

 

If he keeps us up then he will have earnt a deal. If not then he can revert to his previous role 

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Just keep things as they are for now. No need to announce anything. The players clearly like him, let them keep fighting for him to get the job permanently. The last thing we want is to announce him permanently and then the players take there foot off the gas.

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Just now, Skyline said:

Wish we'd just give it him.

Then Betfair pay me £70 which would be very nice.

 

How many games has he been in charge for now?

hows that work out if they dont appoint a manager and  name him as head coach ?........

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I thought on Saturday, he didn’t make enough changes and it cost us.

 

Tonight he made some but gambled a bit with Westwood and Hutchinson. Keep these two fit and available, we stay up. No doubt in my mind about that.

 

His big call though tonight was to play Harris and Reach as out and out attackers and this decision won us the game.

 

Still a long way to go but you can’t fault the way he’s dug us out of a hole. Add the 6 points back on and we’re probably a better team than our current position suggests we are?

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