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  1. I'll be honest, I never paid enough attention to Wycombe to know how good a manager Ainsworth is. However, one thing he will always have over Mowbray is he would actually give a damn. Very little more demoralising than a manager who sits in the stands unresponsive regardless of what's going on on the field.
  2. Our U23's really look up for it and hungry. If we could find a manager who could keep that as they move up instead of coaching all positivity out of them (see Travis, Dolan etc) then we could genuinely build a half decent team even with our current transfer situation.
  3. I seem to recall Magloire having Vardy in his pocket last preseason only to be immediately shipped out and never get another chance. You know full well we could beat Leeds 8-0 and Tony would still play a bunch of City/Liverpool youngsters above them at the first opportunity.
  4. That squad would reek of relegation with even a half decent coach, having TM on the touchline does nothing but compound that issue.
  5. Seeing comments about how "honest" Mowbray and Waggot are boggle the mind, they truly do.
  6. Might not be our decision but if we waited until the last minute to confirm everything we'll have been punted to the back of the queue behind everyone else with actual organisation behind the scenes. It's all speculation though so who know?
  7. At the end of the day it was disappointing but to lose on penalties to a very good Italian side is nothing to be ashamed of. A penalty shootout is a lottery at the best of times, and with what was on the line and the location I can't even begin to imagine the pressure they must have had on their shoulders. I don't particularly rate Southgate as a manager in terms of the football played, but at the end of the day he has produced our two best tournament performances in my lifetime back to back so something is clearly working. He has earned the right to continue into Qatar. If he can keep the backline playing as well as it has and improve the way we attack we'll be formidable force in that tournament too. I think we should take it a tournament at a time and judge based on that. And in regards to 2030 - after some of the behaviour of the last week it shouldn't be anywhere near here as there are significant issues that need solving.
  8. There is absolutely no expectation from anyone that we should be competing at the top of the PL. FGS at this point we're barely competing with the likes of Luton and Coventry (the latter of which was left for dead by the trio we have in charge). He has had multiple chances to rebuild and improve and he has failed at every opportunity. Not to mention, he was the one who set the top 6 expectation before the season, not the fans. He will be here next season, but I fear a majority of the fans will not be. Keeping TM at this juncture may actually be more damaging in the long run than keeping Kean after we went down, both on and off the pitch.
  9. Is there another job in the country where you could fail your job on pretty much every metric and not be under the slightest bit of pressure? Edit: I forgot politicians exist
  10. Almost as if our fixtures have given him the absolute doldrums of the league to give him his last minute boost to round off the season.
  11. I hate listening to him drone on with excuses every week. There's no passion there - just get rid. If he's here next season the club can forget about selling tickets, shirts etc.
  12. Reports that Citeh are following suit. However, this can't be left - there needs to be sanctions on all involved even if they try to snake their way back in because they will no doubt make similar moves as soon as they possibly can.
  13. Seems weird that they would sack him this close to the cup final even with their recent form. Distraction tactic or did Mourinho tell Levy that Spurs were a small club that don't belong near a "super league"?
  14. I don't think I've ever given less of a damn about a last minute equaliser.
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