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October 16, 2017, 02:10:02 PM
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It's absolutely criminal that we're having to play DCL or Rooney, honestly unforgivable that such an important season starts with hole at the top of the side like that.
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October 16, 2017, 06:26:16 PM
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This is why i think all the criticism of Koeman is a bit over the top, he has to take some responsibility but it was almost suicide what the board did to him. Sacking Koeman wont change results as the players arent there to score goals, im afraid to say it, but my view is were going to have to buckle our seat belts cause weve got a bumpy few months until January comes, although even then I dont see any decent striker wanting to come?

I did think this way until a few weeks ago, but he's not shown anything at all in terms of digging in and gettings results, or even sticking to a philosophy which is give him points for.

Looks like a mess on and off the pitch atm, and striker or tough fixtures or not he has to be held responsible.
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October 16, 2017, 06:55:30 PM
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Ill admit I do want Koeman to turn it around so its probably influencing my thought process, that said if we could get Ancelotti in id help pack Koemans bag, but the more realistic option of Matterazi leaves me questioning what he could do, or any of the other realistic targets?

I can understand because it's exactly how I felt, and I even had a little glimmer of it before Brighton, but it's the same story every time. Slow, pedestrian, boring, styleless.

Best performance of the year was City, and we were playing pure Pulisball.

Don't think ancelotti would work here. Don't think mazarri would either to be honest.

Telegraph linked us to fonseca today, his stats look good.
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October 16, 2017, 09:12:41 PM
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How has Rooney gave nothing in return? 4 goals in 10 games, including the winner v Stoke, the goal that should have won us the game at City, and the pen that gave us an embarrassing point yesterday, 2 of them earned us points we didn't deserve and without them we would have been in an even worse position than we are.

I think he's our best player now unfortunately.

I also think he shouldn't play.
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