not buying in some attacking talent in January was a worry decision then its looking terrible right now
Too many club owners think exactly this way, that’s why so many are paying two or three managers at a time.Isn't being a supporter easy? Why can't owners see the blinding logic: your manager wins a couple of games - he's the saviour. Your team is going to win every bit of silverware for the next ten years.
Your manager loses a couple of games and he's every vile name under the sun: you sack him and get that manager who wins a couple of games... And repeat, ad nauseam...
I love it when people use over the top bollocks to accuse others of over the top bollocks, and can't see the irony. ****ing funny.String the ****er up now!
****ing 'ell we do have some arseholes for supporters.
What was the term, aah yes, fickle boneheads!
As for suggesting Pochettino, please do me a favour....
Can anyone recall him being asked one difficult question from a journalist? He's made so many errors over the last six months without being called on them. He's now able to manage in complete isolation from fan criticism
“We maintained our belief in the game. We kept pushing. It was a hard one to take because I thought we were very good in the game. It’s a performance that will give the boys confidence going forward, it was much more like our game.”
Are you suggesting Sam Allardyce or, erm.. I dunno.. Alan Curbishley wouldn’t be just as good?Any talk of the manager going is ****ing stupid.
There is a lot that we can improve on at the moment but for the life of me I can't see any other of the half-witted football management brigade that we'd get sorting it out any better than Rodgers can.
He's the victim of over achievement at the start for me and a badly thought recruitment drive in Jan when we were and are crying out for a winger who can create.
He's quality for me and will show it in the long run I'm sure. Back him.
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