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October 24, 2017, 12:03:09 AM
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Had to happen. We're going backwards, and fast.

I think there's more that we should be worried about though, but ultimately Koeman is the man responsible for getting results and they were getting worse and worse each time we played.

Not happy we are going to have our 3rd manager in 18 months. Figure it out!!

October 24, 2017, 05:06:34 AM
Reply #1


Said it before and I'll say it again.

Marco Silva is the flavour of the month. Watford will finish 12-15 and no one will remember his name at the end of the season.

October 24, 2017, 10:09:07 PM
Reply #2


His treatment of Barkley has been nothing but fine as far as we know. He wanted him to sign, and he wanted him to play.

As for niasse. Niasse isn't good, guys. He was told that and put on the U 23's and told that they would try to get a deal for him to play elsewhere, which eventually they did.

Tell me why this is so "terrible"? It's football. It's professional football.

I'm not a koeman fan, but let's just stick to facts. He sucked as a manager, and helped screw up a major transfer window.
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October 26, 2017, 06:58:16 AM
Reply #3


'I was on holiday when I received the Premier League fixture list by e-mail.

'I looked at it and saw that five of our first nine games would be against clubs from last season's top six: Chelsea, Tottenham, Man City, Man United and Arsenal.

'I looked at it again and I said to myself, ''Phew!'

'That is not going to be an easy run, in particular with a Europa League run at the same time and a really early start with all the players because of the European games. And most of all, because I had lost my striker Lukaku.

Not making Excuses for the guy. But there's 3 massive parts in this quote to why he was sacked. Tough start + tons of new players + no striker.

He was doomed from the start.