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Ipswin
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but experience of managing a successful team is a must in my opinion. Time will tell...


If they managed successful teams why are they out of work and available to manage us?. Every manager currently available must have been sacked somewhere else. Successful managers are in work and only leave clubs to move up a notch (except Paul Hurst of course)

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If they managed successful teams why are they out of work and available to manage us?. Every manager currently available must have been sacked somewhere else. Successful managers are in work and only leave clubs to move up a notch (except Paul Hurst of course)



Two mentioned on here, Evans and Adkins are both out of work and have about 10 promotions between them. Depends on your definition of success. Not many managers are successful at every club they manage.
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Two mentioned on here, Evans and Adkins are both out of work and have about 10 promotions between them. Depends on your definition of success. Not many managers are successful at every club they manage.


One's a fat barsteward and a jock to boot and the other wouldn't pi$$ on us if we were on fire plus we tend to get the ones who have been successful just as they are going into their loser stage. I was over the moon when Newell was appointed...

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

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


He would have gone at least a couple of times one with Rob and the other this year pre Wembley if the majority of fans had got their way.
JF who I think you are referring too stood by him in those two periods and IMO has enabled him to have the opportunity to move sideways, had he have fired him then we would have still been in the conference with a new manager and he would also have stayed at that level  with another club.
He`s been a lucky manager IMO lets hope for his sake it carries on at Salop
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One's a fat barsteward and a jock to boot and the other wouldn't pi$$ on us if we were on fire plus we tend to get the ones who have been successful just as they are going into their loser stage. I was over the moon when Newell was appointed...



Can't argue with any of that.
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Best not to ask the Sheff Utd fans what they think of Madkins. Personally I hope we can persuade him to come here, his press conferences alone are legendary, the guy could find something positive to say about the "end of days" I'm sure.
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" Looking forward to working with good people, honest people" make of that what you will!


He's known these "good honest people" what half a day ? You only know good honest people after building up years of a relationship paul.

Oh and for what its worth we are looking forward to seeing you next year !


GTFC
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He's known these "good honest people" what half a day ? You only know good honest people after building up years of a relationship paul.

Oh and for what its worth we are looking forward to seeing you next year !


Sod that, early days, we'll cross them on the way up 😚


Today we got our team back - town fan leaving Wembley may 2016
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I have to say I'm still in shock and  very disappointed. I think a lot of Town Fans probably feel the same Not that Hurst has gone but the way he has departed here one minute gone the next.

Certainly not our best Manager but probably the most important in the last 6-8 years basically for achieving promotion from the hell that is non league.But looking back we have some hopefully fond memories
I think it's been a long and at times painful learning curve for us and this great club we cherish. Paul Hurst at times was very arrogant and stubborn Manager (like AB) but I am, as a loyal Town fan fully appreciate his  success last year for the Club and us the supporters.He owes us nothing but It would of been nice if he on Sat had expressed a little appreciation of our club/ Fans Knowing full well of his intentions to jump ship.
we have to be positive and press on let's hope the New Gaffer can bring stability and good football to our  beloved Mariners.


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He's known these "good honest people" what half a day ? You only know good honest people after building up years of a relationship paul.

Oh and for what its worth we are looking forward to seeing you next year !


I seem to remember Newell using those words in an interview when he was appointed at Town. Stayed tuned for tie grabbing at the New Meadow.


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Tuo aika rakkauden
Tuo aika nuoruuden
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