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The Old Codger
October 4, 2014, 5:39pm
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6 points from the play-offs, two-thirds of the season left, at least 2 key players to come back from injury - an away draw, and moving up a couple of places - yet it seems some people can't wait to get back on the 'sack the manager' bandwagon (I wonder how many actually saw the performance first hand today, rather than listening to the radio commentary?).


Can't be arsed to listen and I certainly can't be arsed to go on Tuesday. In fact, I'm even using my son's parents evening as an excuse not to go as I have been offered a free ticket - that's how bad it is under Hurst/Fenty whoever the manager is.
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October 4, 2014, 5:39pm

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Thanks for the comments Mrs Hurst, nice of you to come on here.



whs  


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October 4, 2014, 5:40pm
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Thanks for the comments Mrs Hurst, nice of you to come on here.


That was uncalled for.
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October 4, 2014, 5:41pm

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as i said on the match thread, it's pretty hard to mitigate for this.

im not convinced that sacking a manager at this stage would be a good idea. that said, i'm drunk off and frustrated with the situation, and increasinlgy losing any confidence i might have had that hurst is the man for the job.
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Hurst seen his ar se on the radio


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October 4, 2014, 5:43pm

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6 points from the play-offs, two-thirds of the season left, at least 2 key players to come back from injury - an away draw, and moving up a couple of places - yet it seems some people can't wait to get back on the 'sack the manager' bandwagon (I wonder how many actually saw the performance first hand today, rather than listening to the radio commentary?).


Are you Hursts personal minder ,, Rose tinted glasses or what
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Hurst seen his ar se on the radio


Feeling the pressure methinks.


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October 4, 2014, 5:45pm

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Are you Hursts personal minder ,, Rose tinted glasses or what


not really, just someone with a different perspective on the situation than you.
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October 4, 2014, 5:47pm

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Thanks for the comments Mrs Hurst, nice of you to come on here.



well that's a legitimate and well-thought out response to a different perspective, and not at all immature.
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October 4, 2014, 5:47pm

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Said I would wait till seeing us today before really having a verdict on Hurst. On the train back now and for the first time I am in the full Hurst out camp.

Will not bay for his blood at matches and will fully back the team all the way. I am desperately hoping I will have to come on here and eat a large slice of Humble pie soon. Nothing would make me happier but I no longer believe Hurst can get us promoted. We were poor and created very little against a very poor Dartford team, a late peno equaliser does not hide the fact Hurst had no idea how to change the game when they played better in the second half and then took the lead.  

I would pull the trigger now, if we don't I seriously hope I am proven foolish for this post.
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