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KingstonMariner
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Quoted from Northbank Mariner
So you're asking if people would accept a serial loser as a manager?....limbrick took working down, he gets sacked and the next season they storm the league ...it's a no from me...
If Jolley was to go if be asking Dave Moore to take a caretaker role on then really take our time finding a new manager, who that would be, not really sure who we could attract with the size of our budget....
To be honest, when I look at what Sol Campbell did with Macclesfield I'd be half tempted but not completely behind the appointment..


You've been living in Yorkshire too long if that's how you pronounce Woking.

(or were you thinking of Workington?   ).


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After the Exeter game (and on other occasions) posters on here have been saying how great we are.



Are there many that are / were saying we are great?

I went to Oldham, Salford, Stevenage, saw the home games against Crewe, Mansfield and Leyton Orient and on those games we looked a poor side, but I went to Exeter and Cambridge and thought we played very well, especially against Exeter.

I think what recent games have shown us is that we are not looking good enough to sustain a promotion challenge especially with swapping the team about so much.

I think that MJ should stick to playing his best players and not keep changing the side after too much analysing of what the opposition are likely to do.  

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Who are his best players?


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Who are his best players?


Nobody knows 😀


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We took a chance on Jolley


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FFS!!! fishy at it's finest.

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Nobody knows, least of all him.


Well people are saying he should play his best team. If you’re saying no one knows then it’s hardly useful advice is it?

‘Do something different, but I don’t know what.’


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Well people are saying he should play his best team. If you’re saying no one knows then it’s hardly useful advice is it?

‘Do something different, but I don’t know what.’


What is his best team. Apart from Hess I think nearly all the other outfield players have had good and bad performances. I hear this expression "square pegs in round holes" used about some players roles but that doesn't explain bad passing, poor marking and wrong positioning demonstrated by some players. These are all basics that are coached into all outfield players regardless of whether they are defenders, midfielders or strikers.


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What is his best team. Apart from Hess I think nearly all the other outfield players have had good and bad performances. I hear this expression "square pegs in round holes" used about some players roles but that doesn't explain bad passing, poor marking and wrong positioning demonstrated by some players. These are all basics that are coached into all outfield players regardless of whether they are defenders, midfielders or strikers.


I would disagree. It might not explain the bad passing but it goes some way to explaining bad marking and positioning. If you are playing an unfamiliar role it can add a fractional hesitation to your positioning as it isn't as instinctive and you have to think about it more. And that can be exposed. At league 2 level players are more likely to be making such positional mistakes anyway, playing an unfamiliar role will exacerbate it.

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I would disagree. It might not explain the bad passing but it goes some way to explaining bad marking and positioning. If you are playing an unfamiliar role it can add a fractional hesitation to your positioning as it isn't as instinctive and you have to think about it more. And that can be exposed. At league 2 level players are more likely to be making such positional mistakes anyway, playing an unfamiliar role will exacerbate it.



I think you will find that a lot of young players are coached in various roles at all the professional clubs.


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