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davmariner
November 17, 2020, 9:56pm
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Straightforward question. No view on it myself as of yet, but thought it was interesting that a few people have raised this on social media. Vote and comment with your reasoning for the vote!


Up The Mariners!
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November 17, 2020, 10:06pm

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Yes. Never wanted him to go. However we do have a manager currently
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November 17, 2020, 10:08pm

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It's a yes from me and even though Hurst's stock has gone down recently I doubt he would touch us with a barge pole now anyway knowing how tight Fenty is.

He could do better.


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November 17, 2020, 10:20pm

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The fact Hurst was even allowed or out in a position to leave speaks volumes to me.

Whatever anyone’s opinion, he is the only manager we’ve had since Buckley MKII that improved his side year on year, managed to take us up and even though he was shafted somewhat, or so it seems, still made us competitive once we went up.

We haven’t had that since, for varying reasons.

People might moan that he cupped his ear but given the shite he’s had, it was understandable.

Sadly, we currently have a manager and I’d imagine Hurst would swerve GTFC with the current club leadership still in place.


'the poor and the needy are selfish and greedy'...well done Mozza
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pontoonlew
November 17, 2020, 10:21pm
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Threads like this help absolutely nobody, knock it on the head ffs.

I also think fans forget how flipping woeful it was under Hurst at times.
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November 17, 2020, 10:29pm
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No!!!!!!! We are ok with IH!!!!
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Threads like this help absolutely nobody, knock it on the head ffs.

I also think fans forget how flipping woeful it was under Hurst at times.


Woeful it may have been but winning more games than losing, turning up at an away game knowing there wa as huge chance we’d win 1-0 was far better than the dross we’ve had the last few years.


'the poor and the needy are selfish and greedy'...well done Mozza
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November 17, 2020, 10:33pm
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Quoted from pontoonlew
Threads like this help absolutely nobody, knock it on the head ffs.

I also think fans forget how flipping woeful it was under Hurst at times.


Yes, remember how many games we lost or almost lost from great positions by bringing Parslow on to keep what we’d got, 2-0 up away at Chester (final score 2-2) being one that sticks in the memory!
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Woeful it may have been but winning more games than losing, turning up at an away game knowing there wa as huge chance we’d win 1-0 was far better than the dross we’ve had the last few years.


Under Hurst we had Bogle Amond and Matt in the National, wish we had em now
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Yes, remember how many games we lost or almost lost from great positions by bringing Parslow on to keep what we’d got, 2-0 up away at Chester (final score 2-2) being one that sticks in the memory!


Ah the famous Parslow Point.
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