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Re: The big man, the boss; Big Sam
« on: February 15, 2018, 12:14:41 AM »
That's just not true though. The truth is he vastly improved Bolton Sunderland and palace and the likes of West Ham and Newcastle proved to be worse when he left

Again this isn't 5 years in of doing okay. It's a few months. If we are talking allardyce or simeone. Then obviously we'd change. We aren't though. We are talking allardyce or absolutely anyone because we've decided he's beneath us.

And youíve seen enough from his last 10-15 years of management to decide heís the man to help us step up?

I just donít believe you like. I think youíre a natural contrarian, you donít like the popular swing and youíre able to build a cogent argument against it so you do, but Iím not buying it for one minute you think heís good enough.

He fucking retired 6 months ago, heís done mate.
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