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April 06, 2018, 03:50:48 PM
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Allardyce is staying.

That would be insane.

But I can see it happening.
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April 06, 2018, 04:03:01 PM
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They all said the same about Koeman and Rhino and look what happened there, don’t read too much into it mate
..............exactly. Players aren't going to say Sam is a shithouse on the OS of the club paying their salary
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April 06, 2018, 04:11:04 PM
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Allardyce is staying.

Would fuck it off personally. Keep an eye on the scores and watch it occasionally, but it would write off next year for me tbh
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April 06, 2018, 04:12:57 PM
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TheRam

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Would fuck it off personally. Keep an eye on the scores and watch it occasionally, but it would write off next year for me tbh


We'll be hitting below 30k by December.

It's the sensible choice though.

Keep him for another year and avoid another massive pay off.

Moshiri really has fucked this massively.
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April 06, 2018, 04:17:37 PM
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Macca77


Allardyce is staying.

No chance, Moshiri has made mistakes but he knows Allardyce is wrong for the club, brought him in cos he panicked, hes done what was expected, will be fucked off in the summer for an ambitious, young hungry manager

April 06, 2018, 04:22:46 PM
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Waltzer



We'll be hitting below 30k by December.

It's the sensible choice though.

Keep him for another year and avoid another massive pay off.

Moshiri really has fucked this massively.

Im not travelling a few hundred miles to watch that s**t thats for sure. Look at the rest of the leagues approach to games, its about attacking free flowing football, particularly those above us, our approach is to stink the place out with negativity and hope it gets us somewhere. If he stays beyond the end of the season it tells you all you need to know about Moshiris plans!


April 06, 2018, 04:30:42 PM
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TheRam

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No chance, Moshiri has made mistakes but he knows Allardyce is wrong for the club, brought him in cos he panicked, hes done what was expected, will be fucked off in the summer for an ambitious, young hungry manager

He's a business man.

He'll see the outlay we already have paying off Koeman and Martinez and look at that when it comes to Sam.

He'll see someone who's stabilised us, worked well in the market, with one year left on his deal to work with the squad.

To get rid of him would cost him another 6mil, and risk the stability that's been brought in.

I want him gone as much as anyone but it'll come down to a business decision at the end of the day and the right business decision is to just keep him for the duration of his deal.
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April 06, 2018, 04:38:03 PM
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Ross


Bringing in another DoF to work with the current DoF would be ridiculous.

I can definitely see Moshiri doing that.
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April 06, 2018, 04:44:56 PM
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Waltzer


He's a business man.

He'll see the outlay we already have paying off Koeman and Martinez and look at that when it comes to Sam.

He'll see someone who's stabilised us, worked well in the market, with one year left on his deal to work with the squad.

To get rid of him would cost him another 6mil, and risk the stability that's been brought in.

I want him gone as much as anyone but it'll come down to a business decision at the end of the day and the right business decision is to just keep him for the duration of his deal.

I get what your saying but I dont see it, if hes committed to making us top 4 contenders (which im still to be convinced of) treading water with Allardyce is going to do nothing to aid that. Fans are already frustrated with him and voice that on a regular occurrence and the last thing he wants is fans not turning up, especially as were looking at expanding our capacity at a new stadium .
There also in excess of a 10 million difference between finish 9th/10th to 5th/6th in the league and id argue we'd struggle to improve much on where we are under Sam so is 6 million a big outlay to get rid, or is it 6 million well spent if the next manager does deliver us a higher position? This summer comes down to Moshiris ambition and what he wants to see on the pitch, if his dull mediocrity we stay as we are, I hope we see something different.

April 06, 2018, 04:47:15 PM
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School of Science


Would feel a lot happier if we just got rid and started from scratch next season. Allardyce, Elstone, Kenwright and Walsh shown the door, replaced by Fonseca, Brands. Out with the old in with the new.
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April 06, 2018, 05:29:09 PM
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Allardyce staying would drain most of - if not all of - my enthusiasm for next season.
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April 06, 2018, 05:44:48 PM
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April 06, 2018, 06:55:35 PM
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Allardyce staying would drain most of - if not all of - my enthusiasm for next season.
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April 06, 2018, 06:57:51 PM
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Are you in the same boat here, a bit worried?

It depends.

If we're clearing out Walsh and Allardyce and looking to rebuild from the top down, I'm fine with it. I don't know enough about Brands to feel any sort of confidence in the move but he's a better fit than Walsh in the sense that his background isn't just in scouting.

If we're bringing Brands in to work alongside Walsh... then I'm worried. I already think we have too many people pulling in too many directions. Adding another one isn't going to make things any better. We need some organization and calm behind the scenes. Throwing another director of football into the ring accomplishes neither of those things.

Short version: I don't think we'll see better results on the pitch until we get everyone at the club pulling in the same direction, in the boardroom and on the footballing side of things. If Brands is a step in that direction, great. If not, what's the point?

April 06, 2018, 07:08:34 PM
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Bluenose 91


Surely this fella wouldn't even come here if he had to work alongside Walsh?

Could see it if Walsh gets demoted to just a scout or something but we aren't going to have two DoF's surely?!