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I think the facilities business and the fitness coach lark are just smokescreens, so much eyewash to cover up the real motive in leaving.

Fear of failing to achieve expectations. That and a lack of togetherness with the supporters.

He felt the fans didn't appreciate what he achieved. The fans felt he didn't appreciate what they achieved.

A good manager would stay where there was only a tin hut for changing in and he had to cut the grass before they could train if he really wanted to be there.


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It looks like we'll have to get a new Plan A,Plan B, and Plan C in case we play them next year,on second thoughts there's no need cos. he kept them secret from our players
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All this about having great facilities is just bollox it hasn't done Shrewsbury much good as it, and the ungrateful little excrement decides to have pathetic digs at what must be Fenty, if it wasn't for Fenty sticking by him when the vast majority of fans wanted him out he'd be managing back at Boston by now.

Absolutly delighted we have now got rid of the cowardly little weasel and his boring assistant, now looking forward to their demise.
it's onwards and upwards for the Mariners with a good appointment as far as I'm concerned.


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Quoted from Skrill
Chris 'In the Dark' Doig


He never had a SNIFF apparently
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I was quite surprised he did not go at the end of last season after the abuse he got but credit to him he rolled his sleeves up and by his own admission hardly had a break. He virtually rebuilt the squad.
  
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I am really annoyed by this, I know I shouldn't be, but only a couple of weeks ago he was fist pumping at Luton and before Saturday we were 6th in L2.... now there he is grinning at Shrewsbury.
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I find the animosity towards Hurst and Doig a little bit surprising, they have been the only management staff to take us on any sort of upward curve and have left a group of fit professionals. The club had a recent culture of losing and misery, that is a thing of the past.
I think they will be hard to replace and I'm interested to know the reasons as to why they actually left and what was done to keep them.
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It looks like we'll have to get a new Plan A,Plan B, and Plan C in case we play them next year,on second thoughts there's no need cos. he kept them secret from our players


Well we just need to know what his plan A is and beat it then he won't know what to do except a couple of late substitutes.


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" Looking forward to working with good people, honest people" make of that what you will!


Yeah until he realised they have so;ld him some "magic beans".


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That doig interview was possibly one of the most dullest and boring interviews I have ever heard and I have heard them from hurst before also !!! We thank them both for their efforts and they did eventually get us back up so the main job was done It's been a strange one for me but a lot of fans was/wasn't with him for the long run people don't go because of his footballing methods etc we need to find the RIGHT replacement for him not on the cheap as we did last time and we all know what happened then !!!! Most fans would like to see a high profile manager in with bags of experience and they don't come cheap so fenty would have to push the boat out I Hope it will be exciting over the next few weeks whilst we reach an appointment and we must be right behind him and the team from the off no more negativity that's heard around the ground and pack the park good times ahead we will soon see ????????? ??????? Black and white army


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