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1mickylyons
October 4, 2014, 7:54pm Report to Moderator
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Sack Paul Hurst Monday and you will have finally gotten a Managerial decision right!
Ps  Gary Mills failing that Neil Aspin
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Sack Paul Hurst Monday and you will have finally gotten a Managerial decision right!
Ps  Gary Mills failing that Neil Aspin


If he does Burnsey will tear him a new one and crow about the Fishy running the club again but that should not change his views if thats his decision, personally I`ve seen enough to convince me that mismanagement of failing to procure another striker means that we will need something extra special from him and his team now to lift the gloom that has settled in the club.
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Alternative message for John Fenty:

In conjunction with your colleagues, please take an objective and considered view of the current situation and don't be swayed by the fact that people are starting multiple threads on this newsgroup (a crowd baying for blood doesn't mean that they are right!).

The simple question is whether you - collectively - believe that the current manager and squad can make up the 6 points we are adrift in the remaining two-thirds of the season. Have they the ability, the motivation and the confidence to do so? What is the spirit like in the dressing room and on the training pitch? Have they the determination and desire to improve performances? Do they believe they can rediscover the form they showed in the Gateshead and Alfreton victories, or the battling team effort at Halifax? What will best help them gain confidence and consistency? If they achieve this and results and performances improve, will the confidence and support of the fans also improve?

Objectivity and nerve are vital qualities when external pressure mounts!
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Quoted from DavidB
Alternative message for John Fenty:

In conjunction with your colleagues, please take an objective and considered view of the current situation and don't be swayed by the fact that people are starting multiple threads on this newsgroup (a crowd baying for blood doesn't mean that they are right!).

The simple question is whether you - collectively - believe that the current manager and squad can make up the 6 points we are adrift in the remaining two-thirds of the season. Have they the ability, the motivation and the confidence to do so? What is the spirit like in the dressing room and on the training pitch? Have they the determination and desire to improve performances? Do they believe they can rediscover the form they showed in the Gateshead and Alfreton victories, or the battling team effort at Halifax? What will best help them gain confidence and consistency? If they achieve this and results and performances improve, will the confidence and support of the fans also improve?

Objectivity and nerve are vital qualities when external pressure mounts!


He has had a bloody good crack at it , how much longer do you genuinely want ?



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How many more years do you want David ?

Can't you see that he's not the man for the job.....


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Quoted from DavidB
Alternative message for John Fenty:

In conjunction with your colleagues, please take an objective and considered view of the current situation and don't be swayed by the fact that people are starting multiple threads on this newsgroup (a crowd baying for blood doesn't mean that they are right!).

The simple question is whether you - collectively - believe that the current manager and squad can make up the 6 points we are adrift in the remaining two-thirds of the season. Have they the ability, the motivation and the confidence to do so? What is the spirit like in the dressing room and on the training pitch? Have they the determination and desire to improve performances? Do they believe they can rediscover the form they showed in the Gateshead and Alfreton victories, or the battling team effort at Halifax? What will best help them gain confidence and consistency? If they achieve this and results and performances improve, will the confidence and support of the fans also improve?

Objectivity and nerve are vital qualities when external pressure mounts!


I noticed you omitted to mention that we desperately need a new hair raising  striker and have still not got one

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jonnyboy82
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How many more years do you want David ?

Can't you see that he's not the man for the job.....


I think his rose tinters have steamed up.

he cant see intercourse all.


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John I saw in your face that you was very down on todays non performance,

AND

Hurst's team selection,

Paul does not think he did anything wrong in dropping Neilson,

Well we do not think you will have done anything wrong if you drop Hurst,

If we want to get promoted this season you have to act sooner rather than later,

I am sure Doig will get more out of this squad than Hurst have ever done,

Give him a chance unless of course you have somebody else ready to step in for Tuesday/


        I  would like to add all my posts are my opinion only I do not know anymore than any of you.


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Quoted from DavidB
Alternative message for John Fenty:

In conjunction with your colleagues, please take an objective and considered view of the current situation and don't be swayed by the fact that people are starting multiple threads on this newsgroup (a crowd baying for blood doesn't mean that they are right!).

The simple question is whether you - collectively - believe that the current manager and squad can make up the 6 points we are adrift in the remaining two-thirds of the season. Have they the ability, the motivation and the confidence to do so? What is the spirit like in the dressing room and on the training pitch? Have they the determination and desire to improve performances? Do they believe they can rediscover the form they showed in the Gateshead and Alfreton victories, or the battling team effort at Halifax? What will best help them gain confidence and consistency? If they achieve this and results and performances improve, will the confidence and support of the fans also improve?

Objectivity and nerve are vital qualities when external pressure mounts!


How about his obsession with Shop and dropping your best player? How do you feel we can achieve promotion with him in charge?
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I am sure Doig will get more out of this squad than Hurst have ever done,

/


Based on?

He might be the Scottish Mourinho, but that's guesswork!


Fentys out
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