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salfordmariner
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Now I am not saying hurst should stay, as I am undecided myself- but those that are so vocal in waiting change here are two questions.

1- who would you replace hurst with that you would be very confident in bringing an upturn in results

2- how realistic do you actually think this would be


I am seriously struggling to think of any realistic targets which I would be very confident in bringing better results with our squad.
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1. The California raisins

2. Not very



Sorry for the sarcasm. I've given up



“To put it in gentleman’s terms if you’ve been out for a night and you’re looking for a young lady and you pull one, some weeks they’re good looking and some weeks they’re not the best. Our performance today would have been not the best looking bird but at least we got her in the taxi. She weren’t the best looking lady we ended up taking home but she was very pleasant and very nice, so thanks very much, let’s have a coffee”
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1. I don't know

2. I don't know

BUT

Until we improve I will carry on moaning.


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How many times has this bee asked.
1 yes he should go
2 Ronald Mcdonald would do a better job than hurst
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1) Brian Law or Steve Burr
2) Impossible to quantify but I would be more confident than now.


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Quoted from denni266
How many times has this bee asked.
1 yes he should go
2 Ronald Mcdonald would do a better job than hurst


Haven't logged on for ages and haven't got the time to trawl through all the well thought out posts like your one.

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There seems to be widespread support amongst fans that there is little hope now for a big improvement in performances and results this season. That is a very damming position to be in.

Not being able to identify a potential good manager to bring in does not prevent the Club from parting company with the manager now.  You never know who would apply until you try.

The fans are staying away for their own individual reasons. The need for change is about reaching tipping point on a number of levels. The increase in pressure for better results might well lead to "failure" anyway, even if we do not reach the play-offs this season.    

The fans' voices cannot be ignored in the long-term.  Unless at Newcastle.

I can see this season being one where we just miss out on the play-offs.  There is a lot of competition from good teams for the 4 places.  

The long-term planning for the following season might just have to start  this month.  A new manager might be best.  Hurst has made too many bad decisions, has has also acted later than he should have done or not at all.   (The lack of good, fit strikers scoring goals being a main one).  Ironically, the midfield has been poor for about 12 years.  This year we have a much stronger midfield.          

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1) Brian Law or Steve Burr
2) Impossible to quantify but I would be more confident than now.


Burr is the only one I could think of myself.
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Now I am not saying hurst should stay, as I am undecided myself- but those that are so vocal in waiting change here are two questions.

1- who would you replace hurst with that you would be very confident in bringing an upturn in results

2- how realistic do you actually think this would be


I am seriously struggling to think of any realistic targets which I would be very confident in bringing better results with our squad.


I really despair at posts like this. It is not up to the fans to find a replacement that would be down to the Board, and that would be influenced by who applied or wanted the post.

The failure to beat three of the poorest sides in this league must be down to either poor management or poor players I will let you decide on that one. Yes there are always daft results here and their but three on the trot must be down to the way the team is run.
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1) Difficult to answer, but looking through the applications received there must be someone who would be a risk worth taking IMO

2) You would not know how realistic it would be until it happened, ( He who dares wins )
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