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Same way as he manipilated himself into the job in the first place. This slug need removing from the club. I hate Rovers losing any match. But I feel that getting Kean out is more important than 3pts v city. At least then we have a chance of survival in the prem and getting the club back. Keeping Kean will only end in disaster.

It's a sad state of affairs when fans start thinking a defeat is the best thing that can happen to the club. Sad thing is I hate the thought of Rovers getting battered but if it removes Kean from his role then in the long run we may stand a chance.

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Things are so odd that I'm in total disbelief.

You couldn't have written this crap going on, it's so untrue its not real.

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In all my years I can't remember a board sacking an assistant manager. Can you imaging that with Alex Ferguson or Sam Allardyce. On principle I think they would go to. Usually there is a code of loyalty and a strong bond between a manager and his coaching staff.

The imposter is a snake of the highest order but why can the players not see this. Surely if he played a part in Jensen going and the players held Jensen in high esteem they wouldn't be too happy.

The imposter showed all his usual shiftiness in his press conference today, displaying all the traits of a very poor liar. A few days ago I disliked him as a football manager, now I dislike him intensely as a person.

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In all my years I can't remember a board sacking an assistant manager. Can you imaging that with Alex Ferguson or Sam Allardyce. On principle I think they would go to. Usually there is a code of loyalty and a strong bond between a manager and his coaching staff.

The imposter is a snake of the highest order but why can the players not see this. Surely if he played a part in Jensen going and the players held Jensen in high esteem they wouldn't be too happy.

The imposter showed all his usual shiftiness in his press conference today, displaying all the traits of a very poor liar. A few days ago I disliked him as a football manager, now I dislike him intensely as a person.

The players probably sussed him out a long time ago, which probably helps to explain the awful results during his tenure.

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what you mean post?

Off topic but how can I post photos?? Can't see any help?

what you mean post? if you mean on here when you post (not quick post) their is a picture option icon.

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So yet more strange going ons under the marvelous Venkys ownership. And yet another staff member who leaves the club is gagged from saying anything.

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In my opinion I think Kean has been dragged in front of the board to explain results, he's blamed the SEM-appointed Jensen, despite at time saying JJ was his choice.

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In all my years I can't remember a board sacking an assistant manager. Can you imaging that with Alex Ferguson or Sam Allardyce. On principle I think they would go to. Usually there is a code of loyalty and a strong bond between a manager and his coaching staff.

The imposter is a snake of the highest order but why can the players not see this. Surely if he played a part in Jensen going and the players held Jensen in high esteem they wouldn't be too happy.

The imposter showed all his usual shiftiness in his press conference today, displaying all the traits of a very poor liar. A few days ago I disliked him as a football manager, now I dislike him intensely as a person.

Ray Wilkins at Chelsea ?

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lol. Love how Kean thinks one win against Arsenal would win over the protesters.

Also, like TGM said, ridiculous that the one man Venky should be firing remains firmly in the hotseat.

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Think Kean fits in perfectly with the way Venkys currently want to run the club.

Would be strange having a proper manager in charge under these owners, cant really imagine it.

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In all my years I can't remember a board sacking an assistant manager. Can you imaging that with Alex Ferguson or Sam Allardyce. On principle I think they would go to. Usually there is a code of loyalty and a strong bond between a manager and his coaching staff.

The imposter is a snake of the highest order but why can the players not see this. Surely if he played a part in Jensen going and the players held Jensen in high esteem they wouldn't be too happy.

The imposter showed all his usual shiftiness in his press conference today, displaying all the traits of a very poor liar. A few days ago I disliked him as a football manager, now I dislike him intensely as a person.

Ray Wilkins.

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Mercerman wrote: Heard that Kean was incredibly shifty @ today's Presser when questioned on subject.

I agree he did on that granada reports normally he looks very bright eyed confident when he comes out all smarmy today he looked shifty also if you look back to another presser he did he said he wanted to freshen things up being in the bottom 3 wanted to freshen up the backroom team so am not surprised he's blabbed to save his own sorry skin.

Sir Lars wrote:Wonder what Kean answered to the question: Who is responsible for Rovers results? Did he say Jensen? If not..the obvious follow question would be: Why wasnt you sacked?

Hope somebody asked those questions.

I am absolutely convinced those questions would have been asked but don't get your hopes up on it appearing anywhere on TV what with editing it will probably get lost along with the bit of him calling us morons.

arbitro wrote:The imposter showed all his usual shiftiness in his press conference today, displaying all the traits of a very poor liar. A few days ago I disliked him as a football manager, now I dislike him intensely as a person.

I didn't know you regarded him as a football manager I thought he was known as the guy who is playing Russian Roulette with our clubs future and taking everyone down with him bit like the titanic except that was quicker this is over a period of time slower with painful consequences. But I agree I hate him as a person I wonder what his excuse will be this week love the pictures booth who can I blame next how about not enough dew on the grass?,Injuries,Suspensions,no assistant to help,the fact we ventured 70 or 80% into their box but through none of his fault we failed to put the ball in the back of their net and failed to retain our shape when defending take your pick? It has become so repetitive now Baldy probably believes his own BS

Topman wrote:Love how Kean thinks one win against Arsenal would win over the protesters.

yeah that made me laugh also notice how he conveniently forgets about the newcastle game probably suffering from some form of forgetfullness

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If they bring in a new assistant, then sack Kean, then bring in a new manager, and he doesn't like the new assistant, do they sack the new assistant, so that the new manager can bring in a new assistant? What a circus at the moment.

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If they bring in a new assistant, then sack Kean, then bring in a new manager, and he doesn't like the new assistant, do they sack the new assistant, so that the new manager can bring in a new assistant? What a circus at the moment.

The Venky's resemble that!

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