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  1. That seems to be the ultimate winner here. He has it, in abundance.
  2. If he is here to stay, I don't think he'll be making the signings, and he will accept that. He's lost a lot of his clout with the owners and, to keep his job, he will do as he's told when it comes to recruitment. That is why the players who are leaving this summer, know they are leaving and that decision has gone above TM, i.e Johnson, Evans, Holtby, Downing and Bennett. Fact is, results aside, he's proved himself unreliable in his recruitment. Breo and Gallagher outweigh Dack and Arma. Ayala outweighs, well, there hasn't been a successful permanent defensive signing in his tenu
  3. Most decent (ethically and tactically) managers will hold their hands up. This from a National League manager, and yet TM has never once put his arrogance to one side. I'm absolutely disgusted.
  4. Think if TM is replaced, it will be a Head Coach, and therefore any recruitment process will have already started using the new department set up. Kaminski and Pickering are the fruits of that labour so far and will be the system going forward. It appears (I have no ITK knowledge btw) that TM will pay the price for poor signings such as Ayala and even Douglas. Those were his deals and he effectively has shown the owners that he should not be in charge of who the club signs. I would agree.
  5. This. Sheffield United do it and it works very well. BBC Local Radio is great for a lean towards our sides without being overly biased.
  6. It's really awful coverage, never have I seen two media guys be a commentary team. I'd rather it was just one of them rather than a fan in the analysis chair. It's incredibly sub-standard.
  7. Same here, stopped watching last weekend. I really want to support these players, but I can't condone the way the manager has acted this past month. Wonder what the figures for iFollow were today...
  8. My predicted TM interview "We were close to getting that equaliser but it just didn't bounce for us. "We've got 4 cb's out and tonight we've got two young guys who found it difficult. "We were so close to a point in the game and had chances to get it, the performance was good. "I've told you before I'm performance related, and if we play like we did in the second half, we'll be alright."
  9. Feels like it would be too good to be true, but from TM's comments himself, there is pressure coming from someone, somewhere. But if we saw the removal of SW firstly; that is one step forward in any circumstance. The mere fact that TM practically recommended his mate for the job has never sat right with me, despite the decent job I think SW has done. But where is TM's accountability? Here's hoping 🙏
  10. Don't think anybody is arguing with you in appreciating the job Tony did in reviving this club. He without doubt has brought a little bit of hope and glory these past few years and I wholeheartedly thank him for that. But being a football manager is not like any other job in the world, it is a job where you are only as good as your last game. Fact is, this past year he's started to undo all his good work. I've started to forget all his past achievements. Fickle ey? That's football, that's this industry, the job. It's one that is like no other, the salary compensates how fickle I can
  11. I believe a decent manager would get 10-15 goals a season out of Gallagher.
  12. Might this be to replace the outgoing Chris Rush?
  13. "There could be, you never know," chuckled Mowbray. "We're three centre-halves down and there is a fair chance we're working hard behind the scenes, so let's wait and see. "Keep your eye on it, is what I would say. Keep your eye on this space and see if anything materialises." Guess we'll wait and see...
  14. Was nice while it lasted, unless it's Rovers playing hardball...
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