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jimgtfc
October 6, 2014, 6:41pm
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Football fans are so fickle it's unbearable. Won't come until Hurst is out??? I bet you'd be back if we ended up playing a decent side in the FA cup like last season, or managed to scramble our way back to Wembley somehow this season. Shocking lack of loyalty. Your no better than the Man Utd fans who wouldn't attend whilst Moyes was in charge last year.

The die hards will be there tomorrow night, the glories might not be.


"Falls to Arnold... Arnold! That's it! Thats it! He's sealed it! Grimsby Town are back in the football league!!! Just a minute to go and Nathan Arnold makes it 3-1! Look at the scenes behind the goal! Look at the relief! The agony is finally over!!!"

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grimsby pete
October 6, 2014, 6:49pm

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I have been accused of saying the same old thing time and time again,

BUT

Until last week I have backed Hurst then I said he needs a bit more time,

Now I am saying, he should go,

Now I am saying he should go,

Now I am saying he should go.

oops !!!!


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I have been accused of saying the same old thing time and time again,

BUT

Until last week I have backed Hurst then I said he needs a bit more time,

Now I am saying, he should go,

Now I am saying he should go,

Now I am saying he should go.

oops !!!!



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October 6, 2014, 6:54pm
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I have no problem if people think he should be sacked and explain their reasoning though I disagree with them at the moment. What I'm sick of is the comments towards PH which seem personal and the people who'll clearly take delight if/when he's dismissed because I think he's a decent, honest bloke doing his best. Whether that best will be good enough I don't know and if it isn't he'll have to go  but the clamour to see someone trying their best made redundant is pretty unedifying in some posters.
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October 6, 2014, 6:59pm

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I have no problem if people think he should be sacked and explain their reasoning though I disagree with them at the moment. What I'm sick of is the comments towards PH which seem personal and the people who'll clearly take delight if/when he's dismissed because I think he's a decent, honest bloke doing his best. Whether that best will be good enough I don't know and if it isn't he'll have to go  but the clamour to see someone trying their best made redundant is pretty unedifying in some posters.


To be fair Hurst knew the risks when he took the job,

He said nothing when his mate of numerous years was sacked,

At the end of last season he sacked a few players himself,

If he is still with us at the end of this season he will sack a few more,

So do not feel sorry for him,

As Grim Rob keeps saying, he will walk into another job.


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October 6, 2014, 7:04pm
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Quoted from Rodley Mariner
I have no problem if people think he should be sacked and explain their reasoning though I disagree with them at the moment. What I'm sick of is the comments towards PH which seem personal and the people who'll clearly take delight if/when he's dismissed because I think he's a decent, honest bloke doing his best. Whether that best will be good enough I don't know and if it isn't he'll have to go  but the clamour to see someone trying their best made redundant is pretty unedifying in some posters.


I can go along with the reasoning in this post and I agree it`s awful people want him out BUT he isn`t helping himself with his brand of non football that`s been bestowed on us the lack of tactical nouse in games that really matter and his puzzling decision to leave our most creative player on the bench for 70 mins Saturday when we were desperate for 3 points.
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Football fans are so fickle it's unbearable. Won't come until Hurst is out??? I bet you'd be back if we ended up playing a decent side in the FA cup like last season, or managed to scramble our way back to Wembley somehow this season. Shocking lack of loyalty. Your no better than the Man Utd fans who wouldn't attend whilst Moyes was in charge last year.

The die hards will be there tomorrow night, the glories might not be.


total rot
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October 6, 2014, 7:29pm
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Football fans are so fickle it's unbearable. Won't come until Hurst is out??? I bet you'd be back if we ended up playing a decent side in the FA cup like last season, or managed to scramble our way back to Wembley somehow this season. Shocking lack of loyalty. Your no better than the Man Utd fans who wouldn't attend whilst Moyes was in charge last year.

The die hards will be there tomorrow night, the glories might not be.


Another who seems to think he is a better fan just because he will go no matter what happens on the pitch.

Not that i have to justify to you or any others but gtfc have had my money and support all over the country for as long as i can remember but the lack of leadership from the chairman to the manager has finally taken its toll on me.

I find our position unacceptable and many others have had enough too , some will still attend some wont but for me until john acts i wont give another penny to watch the absolute dross we get served up he seems to have had a long enough crack at it.

just because you or some others will still go please don't make out you are in any way more of a fan than me.


GTFC
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Your no better than the Man Utd fans who wouldn't attend whilst Moyes was in charge last year.


Maybe some of them will hire a trawler with "Hurst Out" painted on it to sail up the Humber during a match.
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What's the chances of the "Hurst Out" brigade being the same people as the "Groves Out", "Slade Out" "Woods Out" and "Rodger Out" movements!


"Knowledge speaks, but wisdom listens." (Jimi Hendrix)
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