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Offline Bluedylan

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Re: The big man, the boss; Big Sam
« on: February 05, 2018, 11:17:04 PM »
Slagging the players off is equivalent to an elitist government convincing all the different groups in society that each other is to blame for it's ills, as a tool to distract attention away from it's own incompetence, and it's an effective method, as we've seen in wider society. People love to crucify an individual player.

One week it's Keane, then Schneiderlin, then Pickford, at one point it was Tom Davies, it briefly became Gylfi etc etc etc.

It needs changing from the top. That's where the malign influence is, and that includes Allardyce and Walsh. Don't believe the propaganda. We have plenty of good players, lots of excellent young players and plenty of resources.

What we're being served up is not acceptable, and it points to dreadful mismanagement not terrible players.

Until we address that by appointing a manager with a footballing idea and a vision, and give him the authority to carry out that vision, we'll be lunging from one minor crisis to the next.
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