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RichMariner
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Just to add to the discussion - this is Paul Hurst's record since taking solo charge of Town (all competitions):

P 63   W 29   D 18   L 16   F 101   A 64   GD 37

Win rate: 46%

Points per game: 1.66 (which equates to 76.6 pts over 46 games)


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Do those stats mean much ? There's a very fine line between success and failure in football , hero to zero in a week .
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It shows he's a steady decent manager but 0.5 points a game short of challenging for automatic promotion. He'll probably get us in the play offs again but we lack the cutting edge to consistently be challenging at the top.
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Russell Slade was only 39%, Buckley 40%, 38%, 34% in each time he was here.  I've got them all saved in pie charts for every manager.

We should be challenging for 1st position, especially after being in this league for 4 years.

We get 4 times the gates of the majority of teams in this league, that's without doing very good in which are gates could easily get into the 4,000 - 5000+ bracket.

Why should we have to settle with scraping into the play offs?


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It shows we shouldn't sack him but that someone should have a word about starting Disley. Disley is good, and could be good to bring on for last 20 minutes when we need to see a game out but he lacks the pace now to offer a real contribution from central midfield over 90 minutes. The results since the two games he sat out have shown that. Hurst needs to be brave and realise this.

I don't agree with the sack Hurst chatter - it took Luton (with a huge budget) 5 seasons to get out of this league. We've only lost 2 matches, we have a good goal difference and and a decent squad overall.

Onwards and upwards. As it's Scottish referendum week, the phrase 'unity is strength' applies very much to the United Kingdom and everyone at GTFC. BP is a difficult place to come to when we're all behind the team and they're on fire. Onwards and upwards.

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But Luton got out after repeatedly sacking managers and not sticking with ones who were not delivering.


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Quoted from Paris Mariner
It shows we shouldn't sack him but that someone should have a word about starting Disley. Disley is good, and could be good to bring on for last 20 minutes when we need to see a game out but he lacks the pace now to offer a real contribution from central midfield over 90 minutes. The results since the two games he sat out have shown that. Hurst needs to be brave and realise this.

I don't agree with the sack Hurst chatter - it took Luton (with a huge budget) 5 seasons to get out of this league. We've only lost 2 matches, we have a good goal difference and and a decent squad overall.

Onwards and upwards. As it's Scottish referendum week, the phrase 'unity is strength' applies very much to the United Kingdom and everyone at GTFC. BP is a difficult place to come to when we're all behind the team and they're on fire. Onwards and upwards.

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Sorry to be pedantic but 3 defeats from our last four games  
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We've only lost 2 matches, we have a good goal difference and and a decent squad overall.


Three losses, unfortunately.  

We've certainly been unlucky this season with injuries - when was the last time you remember a player getting a broken shin from a kick, for example, or having all of your wingers injured at the start of the season?

Having just three strikers on the book was a bad mistake, however, and it is coming back to bite us on the backside now. I can only imagine that after all the targets for permanent signings fell through, Hurst thought we could get by without any more signings until the loan window opened. Unfortunate that all these injuries have come at once (and Arnold still isn't apparently available), but these things happen in football and it could cost us badly.
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Sorry, yeah, I forgot about Aldershot, which was LJL's fault in my opinion getting a stupid sending off so early on.


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Either way, I think overall he's done a decent job. He's also had his budget cut by £100,000 this season.


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