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Angry_Pirate last won the day on May 18 2019

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  1. Angry_Pirate

    Cardiff away

    To be fair (this one occassion) it was an abysmal pass from Armstrong. Far to slow and behind him. Should have been in front of him to hit first time.
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    Cardiff away

    He was.
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    Tony Mowbray Discussion

    Maybe we could sell one of our 2 defenders for peanuts to afford another non-goal scoring striker that transitions to play left wing?
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    Tony Mowbray Discussion

    β€œI would prefer to control the game, my teams over 20 years have mainly controlled games, yet at this club we didn’t have the players, in my opinion, to control football matches so we had to find a way of trying to win to get out of the trouble that we were in." So by your logic Tone, you've been here for 17.5% of your career and in that time you've had SIX transfer windows. Yet we don't have good enough players and lose 3 on the spin playing your "controlled football". Turn that pointed finger around mate. Shit like this should be you signing your own P45... if anyone in the club was listening/not your best mate. Which they're not.
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    Mowbray: Stay or Go - A Poll

    I suppose a drift that takes 9 months can be classified as slow. πŸ™ˆ We are still 4 points off last seasons total with 5 games to play. Best case scenario we beat it by what, 3-4 points? Likely scenario we equal it. That isn't good enough after the money he has spent and shows clear stagnation, not to mention abysmal football. If Mowbray stays, I genuinely fear we'll sell at least 1 of Armstrong, Lenihan or Travis, and lose Dack and Nyambe next June. Bennett and Gallagher will make 90 starting appearances combined, and Walton will be our big money signing. Time. To. Go.
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    Tony Mowbray Discussion

    Those people worried that the next manager could leave us worse off next season. Tell me, what is worse off than relegation? As that is exactly where I think we'll be with Mowbray. Especially with this off-season of confusion. Add another Poll - where would Rovers finish next season if they kept Mowbray... my vote would be bottom 3. Anyone voting top 6 needs a psychology evaluation.
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    Summer Transfer Window

    Wonder how much Britt Assombalonga would cost if 'Boro went down... though it seems unless Wigan go on and win at least 3 of their last 5, they will go and whoever of Stoke, Boro, Hull and Huddersfield will survive by default.. which is a shame. I'd much rather wigan survive (somehow) this year and start next year in the Championship on -12 (god knows we will probably need the advantage!)
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    Summer Transfer Window

    We're in a position now where we know exactly what league we are going to be in next season... so any worries of "X is an option but not for the PL/CH" can go away. Karl Darlow seems like a no brainer to start with, also the like of Rudy Gestede, Lyle Taylor etc (players who have already departed clubs) should be ripe for taking. (Or at least reaching out to) ... Of course my first transfer business would be us getting stuffed off Cardiff and Mowbray waving goodbye.
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    Tony Mowbray Discussion

    Eddie Howe? πŸ‘€
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    Tony Mowbray Discussion

    Time for another poll?
  11. Angry_Pirate

    Leeds at Home 4.7.20

    Imagine someone telling Mowbray that David Raya would be the starting GK for a team with a +40 goal difference, shoe in for goalkeeper of the year and possible/probably PL keeper next year... Makes me sick.
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    Leeds at Home 4.7.20

    Walton πŸ‘‹πŸ–• Johnson πŸ‘‹πŸ–• Smallwood πŸ‘‹πŸ–• Samuel πŸ‘‹πŸ–• MOWBRAY πŸ‘‹πŸ‘‹ (pretty muchπŸ–•)
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    Leeds at Home 4.7.20

    How many times have we been 2 goals behind, scored, and then conceded a 3rd within minutes? Happens far far FAR to often under Mowbray. The players have given up... with the fans were there today to let this management team exactly how we feel!
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    Leeds at Home 4.7.20

    Walton is a bigger pile of rubbish than the clean up after todays pubs reopening is going to be.
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    Tony Mowbray Discussion

    Over the years, I've spoken to a lot of people who work/worked at Rovers, and Paul Lambert was easily the most detested and disliked manager by the staff we've ever* had, easily. Not to mention his "style" football rivalled paint drying for riveting enjoyment.

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