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Lets see what happens, they are half a dozen points off safety and in my mind when that is the case and you change manager you want someone who has a big character and breath instant fresh air and energy into a club whilst motivation the players to do better and also getting the fans behind you.............  It remains to be seen if that is in Paul's skill set as he very taken on such a challenge?

He has had time here he may not be afforded such luxury come May..


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Did Fenty ask him if he loved the club and if he did, he should think about managing it for free?

Also we had a director leave the board because as he claimed promises weren't kept. I wonder who the promise crusher is?

What is Shrewsbury away following?


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Did Fenty ask him if he loved the club and if he did, he should think about managing it for free?

Also we had a director leave the board because as he claimed promises weren't kept. I wonder who the promise crusher is?


Exactly. Been several issues in recent years that have seen people leave the Club.

And the common denominator is.......?


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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.


With support like yours I don't know how the new manager could go wrong
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I don't blame Paul for cashing in on his reputation whilst it's on a high (promotion last year, play-off position this year) as the career of a Football Manager is perilous, but if Shrewsbury is the only interest there has been in him then maybe his reputation isn't really that high.


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He is without doubt our most successful manager since Buckley. There may be bits and pieces of his tenure I didn't like - after all, no one's perfect - but I was a big fan of his and I'm sad to see him go.

I needed to say that up front, because what I say next might be interpreted as sour grapes...

I don't think he'll keep Shrewsbury up this season. He turned us around, and in five years' time he might have Shrewsbury in a better place than they are today. But he needs time to turn it around.

We got promoted with Hurst's squad. They were his signings, playing his system. Entirely.

There's nothing at Shrewsbury that's his. How did he do in his early days with us (alongside Scott)? Five months after being appointed, we lost 5-0 to Braintree.

Does he have the right mentality and attitude for a relegation battle? It's new territory for him.


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With support like yours I don't know how the new manager could go wrong


I was one of the few that supported Buckley when he left for West Brom, And i would of supported Hurst if he hadn't been such an arrogant disrespectful male masturbator.


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I find some of the comments on here in regards to Hurst Departure, very disrespectful.

Yes, As with most, I am disappointed that he isn't our manager anymore. However, I do not hold any anger towards him what so ever.  Hurst took is out of the depth of hell ( Conference ) and put together a very good team that could possibly fight for the play-offs in league 2.

I have nothing but praise for him and wish him all the best in his future as a manager.

Thanks for everything Hursty!


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I find some of the comments on here in regards to Hurst Departure, very disrespectful.

Yes, As with most, I am disappointed that he isn't our manager anymore. However, I do not hold any anger towards him what so ever.  Hurst took is out of the depth of hell ( Conference ) and put together a very good team that could possibly fight for the play-offs in league 2.

I have nothing but praise for him and wish him all the best in his future as a manager.

Thanks for everything Hursty!


You're OK with him cowardly putting his snivelling (in more ways than one) assistant up for interview on Saturday after another inept home attacking performance then?

He had plenty of chances to achieve what he eventually achieved and then only succeeded courtesy of a Braintree defender's brain fade and Monkhouse's injury. Thanks for the promotion Paul but no thanks to the cupping of the ears and all the other sh!te you threw at the people who paid your wages.
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You're OK with him cowardly putting his snivelling (in more ways than one) assistant up for interview on Saturday after another inept home attacking performance then?

He had plenty of chances to achieve what he eventually achieved and then only succeeded courtesy of a Braintree defender's brain fade and Monkhouse's injury. Thanks for the promotion Paul but no thanks to the cupping of the ears and all the other sh!te you threw at the people who paid your wages.


So he didn't speak, we don't quite know the reason and we don't know if he'd had any talks then or if he had been asked not to talk by the club.
Luck is a two way thing, a year earlier he was on the end of a reffing howler that surely would have seen us promoted had Bristol rovers had their keeper sent off. He still managed to motivate another team to the playoffs which was a serious feat.
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