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Should PH be given next season to rebuild?

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davmariner
March 6, 2021, 5:16pm
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Darrell Clarke was given a chance at Bristol Rovers to take them back up at the first time of asking. Should we give Hurst a chance to take us back up?

My view is yes. Has his return been good enough so far? No. However, he took over a team in dire straits, heading only in one direct.

The blame for this season should be shouldered by Fenty and Holloway. Yes, Hurst has brought in a new team, but a makeshift one. How do you attract the calibre of players in January to turn this around? Could we have realistically attracted a better option?


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RonMariner
March 6, 2021, 5:35pm

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He had a chance to rebuild in the January window and look how that is panning out.
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Never mid next season, he shouldn't be given next week


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In two minds about this. It wouldn’t necessarily be a bad thing either way, continuity and a fresh start with new ownership isn’t a bad thing, but then he’s been here since late December and if anything, results wise we’ve got worse. I’m probably favouring a complete fresh start at the moment.


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March 6, 2021, 5:39pm
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I've said no, as I didn't want him and his negative defensive football back in the 1st place


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The truth is that since leaving us the first time he has had a couple of good seasons in L1 with the Shews, but a was a total disaster at Ipswich, did nothing at the Scunts, and has now had a total shocker with us. One win in 10 is the sort of form that gets most managers the sack.

His selections, tactics, and substitutions have been less than impressive.

I think the new owners need to bring in a new manager. I'd pay the Cowleys whatever they want to come here.

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pontoonlew
March 6, 2021, 5:42pm
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Absolutely not, it was Hursts doing that it took us so long last time, no chance do I want to give him another crack
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cmackenzie4
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I know he has experience in non league but I’d still say no, we’ve had no new manager bounce, he’s not improved us at all at such a pivotal moment in the season, he’s made us worse in fact.


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Plankton
March 6, 2021, 5:43pm

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This might sound really stupid, but I'd say no and purely because he makes substitutes at 70-80 minutes or unless he's forced to. It's so predictable and rigid, which I think represents him. Don't get me wrong, rigid and predictable can be good, until it isn't.
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The question is how many season tickets will we sell next season if he’s still here not many.
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