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Joe_Fox

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If LCFC got relegated this season and Adams left in the Summer for Southampton, and O'Neill came back to manage LCFC, would anyone be happy?
 

Naughty Fox

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Nice one Joe :?
I have gone for Adams staying as he has started something good from the ashes of PT and admin and would have a bit of money to spend and Izzet would stay. MON coming back would have meant less financial stability in your scenario due to relegation.
 

londonfox

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Micky to stay... because if he keeps us up then he'll have done an excellent job... Let MON rot up in that footballing backwater that is Scotland...
 

Joe_Fox

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Scowcroft said:
Joe_Fox said:
Scowcroft said:
Most stupid poll ever.
2nd most stupid poll ever actually
The poll is asking Would we rather stay up or go down....Irrespective of the manager, that is just a brainless question to ask.......
No it's not, It's asking whether people would prefer getting O'Neill back at the price of relegation, or survive and not get O'Neill back - have a word Scowy.
 

Scowcroft

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Joe_Fox said:
Scowcroft said:
Joe_Fox said:
Scowcroft said:
Most stupid poll ever.
2nd most stupid poll ever actually
The poll is asking Would we rather stay up or go down....Irrespective of the manager, that is just a brainless question to ask.......
No it's not, It's asking whether people would prefer getting O'Neill back at the price of relegation, or survive and not get O'Neill back - have a word Scowy.
Yes it is because O'Neill would never come back in the first place. No manager is bigger than the club - Even O'Neill. Relegation is a horrid thing, and wouldn't want him back at the expense of that happening.
 

Joe_Fox

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Scowcroft said:
Yes it is because O'Neill would never come back in the first place. No manager is bigger than the club - Even O'Neill. Relegation is a horrid thing, and wouldn't want him back at the expense of that happening.
Ever heard the phrase "Hypothetically" Scowy? :roll:
 

Scowcroft

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Joe_Fox said:
Scowcroft said:
Yes it is because O'Neill would never come back in the first place. No manager is bigger than the club - Even O'Neill. Relegation is a horrid thing, and wouldn't want him back at the expense of that happening.
Ever heard the phrase "Hypothetically" Scowy? :roll:
Ever heard the phrase 'Hypothetical, but totally unrealistic?'
 

Joe_Fox

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Scowcroft said:
Joe_Fox said:
Scowcroft said:
Yes it is because O'Neill would never come back in the first place. No manager is bigger than the club - Even O'Neill. Relegation is a horrid thing, and wouldn't want him back at the expense of that happening.
Ever heard the phrase "Hypothetically" Scowy? :roll:
Ever heard the phrase 'Hypothetical, but totally unrealistic?'
That's more of a clause actually, if you belieev in that kind of thing.
 
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