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October 23, 2017, 07:51:24 PM
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I am not excited, just upset. I hate turmoil surrounding our club. Back to square one with God knows who playing the same cards as Koeman was dealt. Shit days ahead as well as the shit days we have already gone through. Must have been Moshiri. Endless crap managers will now be wafted through the media. 


October 23, 2017, 07:56:54 PM
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What is Joe Bloggs going to do with crap like Klassen, Williams and Sandro that Koeman did not do? Hey, I am the new boss and  I command want you to suddenly become PL standard players cos I tell you to?

October 23, 2017, 08:33:50 PM
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By the time you find out that Unsworth can't hack it we are too far gone to be saved, except by Big Sam who has to win the last 5 games to keep us up. You don't pass management of a big club like us to the likes of Unsworth, nice chap that I am sure he is.  Rabbit in the headlights? Or just another  Shakespeare we all feel sorry for a bit later. Think big, otherwise it could be 3 managers in one season.. 


October 23, 2017, 09:08:39 PM
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How can anyone suggest that we have any ambition if we pass the reigns to Unsworth? I have no clue who to go for, but other than the next two games  let us go for someone will some credibility. Unsworth can pick his wonderful U23 team if he likes and we are relegated by  February.  This is the big time we are in, not the Sunday league.

October 23, 2017, 09:17:46 PM
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I'm going to get fully behind Unsworth for now in the next couple of games, and look closely at the formation and shape of the team, who he's willing to pick and drop and what sort of reaction he gets from different players.

Worry about the long term after that.
The long term is probably relegation unless we get a decent manager. It will take a very good one to get anything out of some of the dross we have before the transfer window opens.  I would verbally back Mickey Mouse in the job but we can't allow Mickey or even Unsworth to take us closer to relegation. 8 wins and 8 draws wanted to get 40 points.  Imagine any good players available from January saying ooh I want to play for David Unsworth?  He does a sound job with the U23s and feeds his family. Leave him there and don't tempt him into potential redundancy later.    Short term only, even if he won a game or two. Think big, not like Leicester City with Shakespeare.

October 23, 2017, 09:21:05 PM
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At least he is big time unlike some names mentioned on here.


October 23, 2017, 09:27:28 PM
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Sandro and Klassen are crap. Don't you go to the games? In which game have you seen either in which they were other than crap? Koeman did not make them so. He or someone else dropped a clanger in signing them. Even Klassen writes an article which explains "why it is so difficult to play in the PL"
Yes I did not want massive disruption and wanted Koeman to turn it around, but am well aware there were no signs of it, and what has happened was inevitable. I have no opinion on Unsworth except he is not and has never been a football manager. Imagine one of the so-called big clubs turning their team over to a U23 coach? No, neither can I.  Two games only regardless.

October 24, 2017, 06:51:40 PM
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Yes, probably much like Mourinho, Ferguson, and going much further back and closer to home, Catterick - all of them probably bastards to work for. Now Roberto was a really nice man and a pleasure to play for. He would tell you that you are the best player ever and will be a legend. I know which type I prefer - the bastards. Niasse, bless him, would not have got a job as a ball boy under the bastards.

October 24, 2017, 09:13:07 PM
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Nice guys don't tend to win things, generally speaking.

October 24, 2017, 10:59:16 PM
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Didn't know Barca were facing relegation when they made that change. Presumably whoever took over carried on from a good foundation?

October 24, 2017, 11:39:14 PM
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Loads of word that Koeman was a complete control freak around FF.

He and his cronies having to be first sat down for lunch etc. Not surprising to hear.
Did the others subsist from crumbs off the cronies' table then?