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Re: The big man, the boss; Big Sam
« on: February 17, 2018, 01:15:32 AM »
He do well, he did his job, canít stress this enough mate heís very good at that one specific job, but thatís not good enough for us and we want more.

His early work (Bolton) was incredible and ahead of his time. His deep block relegation escapes are fine, for teams of that standard, but neither of those mean heís a viable candidate now.

Well he's in the job already so what would he have to do from now til the end of the season to make him a viable candidate? The problem I have is people seem to be saying it actually doesn't matter what he does

All I'm actually suggesting is that we judge him on the job he's doing. So far it's been okay. That's not something that should provoke the vast majority to demand anyone but him

Would people be happy for us to pay him off and get silva?? The guy from Swansea? Moyes even?

If we have a great option then let him go. Let's not just do it because the fans don't like him

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