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itsnotcoditshaddock
October 4, 2014, 10:52pm

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All well and good discussing names, but can any of them work a computer?
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Gary Mills, Neil Aspin, Steve Burr, Dean Saunders, Neil Redfearn, or Nick Barmby should be the sort of names we should look at.  All seem to have the right mentality.  I think Burr critisised Fenty when approached before, so maybe he'd be wise not to work for the fool we'd have in charge of hiring!
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We will have to pay compo for Burr so surely we may as well get an even better manager (Mills, Aspin, Penney)

Stevenage fans are calling for Graham  Westleys head which would be an excellent  appointment   if he was to go or maybe we could persuade him to jump before he is pushed.

I have just realised Hurst might not even be sacked though and win every game till the end of the season and see us promoted.


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I assume all these people calling for Hurst's head are the same ones who were chanting Paul Hurst's Black and White army at Halifax. Fans are about as consistent as the team.
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Quoted from kingster72
Gary Mills, Neil Aspin, Steve Burr, Dean Saunders, Neil Redfearn, or Nick Barmby should be the sort of names we should look at.  All seem to have the right mentality.  I think Burr critisised Fenty when approached before, so maybe he'd be wise not to work for the fool we'd have in charge of hiring!



Can you just remind me who was the manager who's team dismantled both Steve Burr's Chester and Gary Mills Gateshead team just a few weeks ago ?.


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October 4, 2014, 11:15pm

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All well and good discussing names, but can any of them work a computer?




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Grimal
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We could have a mass committee of Trust members in leiu of a manager, where every week there is a poll to choose our starting 11, and another poll to choose our formation, and further polls to choose which players to get rid of and which to resign at end of season



And entice a billionaire sugar daddy that is stupid enough to let this mass committee of trust members to run his money into the drain within half a season.  yeh ! dream on..

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October 4, 2014, 11:37pm
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I assume all these people calling for Hurst's head are the same ones who were chanting Paul Hurst's Black and White army at Halifax. Fans are about as consistent as the team.



And I could hear them chanting the same today at Dartford.

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Why the hell would Nick Barmby want to come to a non league club?
Why the hell would a failure at Stevenage be an excellent appointment for us?
Neil Redfearn - Leeds to non league???

We were never that much of an attraction for managers and players when we were good, let alone now

That's why we took a punt on two blokes from Boston United; prior to those two the youth team boss; prior to that to a bloke who had fallen out with most chairmen he'd worked for etc etc etc

Those appts were partly as a result of how far we had slumped.

Get real folks - it will be Doig caretaker (if Hurst gets the boot) or a 'cheap' journeyman (Martin Foyle type) - would be very surprised if it's a high flyer in Conference or a mid-30s type looking for a first job on managerial ladder (that would be my choice...something totally different to freshen it up)
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Maybe the reason why we're all struggling to suggest reasonable and realistic candidates for the job is because we already have a fairly strong manager in charge.

Usually we're facing relegation when we sack a manager, so any other name seems to be a better option than the one currently in charge.

At the moment we're discussing the departure of a manager who has a pretty decent win ratio in charge of Town. But it does seem like we're on the slide now. We've been regressing as a team, and 5 wins from 14 games isn't good enough to compete for promotion.

His win ratio is declining and we can't score enough. Worryingly, there's no real sign that Hurst can get the best out of his strikers. Constant tinkering and insisting on playing a misfiring target man might be his undoing.


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