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October 16, 2017, 03:13:39 AM
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People who call him a buffoon are themselves buffoons. He is not a buffoon. There is far more to it than slagging him off as though he is solely to blame. Others at the club must share the blame in signings and missed signings. To an extent he is playing the cards he has been dealt and the fixture list/congestion has not helped.  He may or may not turn this around. I doubt that he will, but name calling is ignorant.

Utter shite, any manager worth his salt would adapt to being dealt a bad hand in transfers and get results, Koeman hasn't and doesn't seem capable to hence seeing a point scraped late on at a newly promoted side as a positive when the so called bigger teams would see it differently. The team selections and omissions are becoming ridiculous now, we'very not had a settled back line because he can't decide whether to play 2 or 3 at the back, keeps alternating right backs instead of sticking to one, which should be Kenny imo, and is insistent on shoehorning players in positions they shouldn't be when he has the right options but refuses to use them. Not to mention he continues to utilise a defensive midfield set up that was established by David Moyes over a decade ago and Martinez continued to utilise when it began to fail and still is now
'Diamonds are forever and so are the Horseman' - Arn Anderson


October 16, 2017, 08:26:12 PM
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Koeman decided to sign Rooney and continues running the team around and through him and his desires (despite getting nothing in return) and should answer for that.

His response is to double down on his "proven veterans" approach. Madness.

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.
'Diamonds are forever and so are the Horseman' - Arn Anderson

October 16, 2017, 09:06:13 PM
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Add up all the games in 3 tournaments and you might find  the reason why "the Europe club" managers including Koeman have been whingeing.

That excuse didn't wash with Martinez and doesn't now, if you can't gee a squad up to play 2-3 games in short succession then you shouldn't be in the job period
'Diamonds are forever and so are the Horseman' - Arn Anderson