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Offline Alanvideo

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Re: The big man, the boss; Big Sam
« on: March 05, 2018, 02:21:29 AM »
It's difficult to see how he can survive after yesterday's reaction from the crowd. I know he's hard-faced enough to stick it out but it was absolutely poisonous, particularly so because the tunnel was in the corner at the away end.

How I'm sure he would have loved to just turn on his heels and disappear under the stand. I
actually felt embarrassed for him and the hapless hobbit.

I would imagine he's been in discussions today as to how much of his pay-off he can trouser if he walks away now. If he has any self-respect left he'll be gone before the Brighton game.

If that doesn't happen there'll be another walk of shame for him at Stoke, where the "tunnel” is in the same place. If nothing else he's been unlucky to have those two as consecutive away games.
.......................the Brighton game is yet another sell-out , anything other than a convincing win SA will get unbelievable stick. In fact I wouldn't be surprised if he's gone by then.
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