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Online GrantyBoy78

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Re: Everton approach Dyche
« on: October 31, 2017, 02:26:19 PM »
Just smacks of wanting to just be safe and coast along.

Where is the ambition to progress and move forward?

I get we are in a bit of a pickle at the moment but we are acting like we are Sunderland and its March or something.

I think Dyce will do alright here like but can't get excited by it at all if he is to come here
The flip-side being; we bring in a progressive thinking young German manager who, for example, wants to play a dynamic, pressing style. He struggles to impose himself and canít get these players to play his way and get results...thatíd see us relegated, simple as. Then the stadium and all our other grand plans fall apart.

Might well have to be a case one (several steps) backward - to see some progress.

I donít care how we play, I just want to see us win. Big names fail, unfashionable managers can surprise. Apart from a selection few manager, itís a lottery anyway.

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