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Offline Shropshire Blue

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Re: The big man, the boss; Big Sam
« on: February 16, 2018, 09:05:03 PM »
75(?) teams relegated  since the PL formed so it's no mean feat when you look at what he had to work with.
Why are so many people afraid to acknowledge what he has achieved with limited or no resources at his previous clubs? It's no threat to sensible debate is it?
I don't think he's a long term prospect for us, I think he's short term to sort out the mess. The irony is that the reluctance to give him credit for anything is now looking totally ridiculous and actually undermining the very argument people are making as it all comes down to emotion rather than objective judgement.
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