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The word is clearly out there among decent, experienced managers that Swfc under DC is an absolute basket case. 

 

It's as though someone has taken deliberate, malicious actions to run the club into oblivion. 

 

But, I'm confused as to who gets something out of it. Surely not DC after the millions spent.

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Completely agree with you. Very jealous of the other clubs that have got new managers in and had an upturn in results. We should have got a new manager in as soon as Pulis left, we should have had one lined up like other clubs seem to do. As you said we don’t stay up this season but we need someone in place for the challenge next season of getting out of league one. 

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cannot understand why DC has not appointed a manager, what ever happens we need a manager now so he can start planning for next season and to give us all a boost. Get Cook in

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Thought Thompson did top job today, we were set up perfectly to beat Luton, certainly not guilty for 2'nd half melt down. 

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Didn’t Chansiri say he was going to take his time to make the next appointment because he needs to get it right? :biggrin:

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Just now, Shetland Owl said:

cannot understand why DC has not appointed a manager, what ever happens we need a manager now so he can start planning for next season and to give us all a boost. Get Cook in

i'll be amazed if he appoints a manager .....he'll go head coach and let whoever that  months advice he's taking sort out the signings and contracts 

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Just think as well, Chansiri has stitched Thompson up to do the job and hasn't even bothered to make a decision and give it him properly. 

 

He hasn't been given the job, even temporarily as that would trigger a pay increase for Thompson.

 

As soon as we get a new manager we're talking a big new wage being added. Chansiri can't pay the existing players and staff.

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The same man who was criticised at the start for micro managing everything, has for the last few months allowed his multi million pound business to be effectively run by Thompson, Bullen and Weaver. Whole club's a basket case at the moment.

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Word has probably got round on the managers grapevine that Chansiri and SWFC should be given a wide berth.

 

I suspect that that probably accounts for the failure to appoint a new manager more than disinterest on DC’s part

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Nobody wants the job..... Call Megson! Until end of season (no longer!) At least he might help them to fight and have a bit of passion for Wednesday. If nobody else wants to come (who could blame them) gi Meggy a shout!...........

 

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Nobody wants it, and yet Cooke, who the chairman has publicly criticised is still stood in the corner with his hand up shouting “ me me me’

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3 hours ago, malek said:

Thought Thompson did top job today, we were set up perfectly to beat Luton, certainly not guilty for 2'nd half melt down. 

 

The more attacking approach was refreshing and clearly worked.

But anyone could see Hutchinson was done for before the hour mark and he didn't replace him. Leaving Brown on for a full 90 minutes when he has barely had more than 15 minutes in any game in the past 4 months was questionable. 

His tendency to keep subbing centre-backs off is a bit strange as well, how many teams make tactical centre-back substitutions during games.

 

Lets face it, he is not cut out to lead a Championship team in a relegation battle, no team in the entire EFL would be considering taking on Thompson as their first team manager. It's not his fault, his experience and strength is based on being an academy coach, he should not have to be burdened with the responsibility.  

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If a new manager/head coach were to be appointed today/tomorrow, this would mean that in effect the season was divided into 4 roughly equal quarters, each with a different manager with a distinctively different approach. This seems like it ought to be material for a hand book called “How Not To Run a Football Club, Especially During a Relegation Scrap.”

 

In context it might be better to stick with Thompson. It is hard to see how, with so much of the future of everything about the club undisclosed, a new manager would be expected to produce a new manager bounce. 

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7 hours ago, victorturner said:

Watching the second half goals, we need a new set of coaches as well as a new manager

 

Yeah, that too.

 

When we sacked Monk and Pulis, their coaches went with them.

 

Asking Thompson to cope without the same assistance that managers usually get should never have been a long-term plan.

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5 hours ago, ashley8 said:

Nobody wants the job..... Call Megson! Until end of season (no longer!) At least he might help them to fight and have a bit of passion for Wednesday. If nobody else wants to come (who could blame them) gi Meggy a shout!...........

 

Yes, I imagine Pulis' close friend Megson would jump at the chance to work with Chansiri and co.

 

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Its not just a manger we need its a whole new coaching team.

 

When was the last time you watched Wednesday and thought, they've been working on that in training.

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