Has he gone yet?
Yeah. It would be like employing some old Italian bloke who'd been sacked by Chelsea years earlier to try and keep a bunch of unknowns, has beens and rejects somewhere in the top half of the league. Utter ****ing madness.Bloke's got a point - who would you appoint in his place to get us to sixth by the end of the season?
With one of the youngest squads in the league we should be pleased with where we are, and encourage further development. If we can get european football next season that will be massive for keeping our best players, attracting more and building the clubs profile. Let the bloke get on with it.
Totally agree. Normalising average only ever results in underperformance. No successful business ever set out to say let’s just aim for okay.Yeah. It would be like employing some old Italian bloke who'd been sacked by Chelsea years earlier to try and keep a bunch of unknowns, has beens and rejects somewhere in the top half of the league. Utter ****ing madness.
Maybe, just maybe, a manager with aspiration, desire and the right attitude can bring success. This is a quotation from somebody looking for excuses before the final whistle has blown on the season. He's out of his depth.
Baggies fans had that attitude about “the football” hounded Pulis’ our and now they are whining we just took their best player back from them, this team isn’t finished, for whatever reason Silva hasn’t worked but I suspect Puel would want someone who’s a much better passer in there too, it’s what he had in France beforeI just wish the football was better and we didn’t all know that there was a stinking result likely to happen at any moment.
Lots of positives about what’s happening, but the football...oh the football.
Club Historian John Hutchinson resumes his feature on #lcfc's managers with a look back at Micky Adams' tenure in the early 2000s 👇
Starts for Harvey and Dimi 🙌 Good luck, lads! 👍 https://t.co/araXVflahb
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