Post by StayingUpFor MuddyWoody on Jan 15, 2018 8:10:56 GMT
I wouldn't be too unhappy with Megson, but the other two can fuck reet off.
To be honest I'm just getting angry now. This short sighted "must have Prem experience" bollocks the board are sticking to is putting the future of our club in jeopardy. There are masses of available managers out there that we are just not considering.
If we end up with the likes of Mclaren or Lambert I'll be fucking fuming.
Post by StayingUpFor MuddyWoody on Jan 11, 2018 16:12:02 GMT
I'd be happy with QSF. I think the club are showing some ambition and a willingness to adapt by going after a manager like him, presenting the club as a project and offering to back him well in the transfer market. As good a manager as he may be appointing MON would have felt like more of the same. Hoping he accepts.
So Basically the board give him a chance to win a team way down the leagues and then its Man U away next. What do we do, wait until the 21st when we play Huddersfield to make a decision?? I give up I really do. I suppose if they sack him after Huddersfield then they will have the excuse of not spending anything in January .
Unfathomable to say the least.
If we lose to Coventry does he get the boot?
If we beat Coventry but lose to United he will i assume stay till Huddersfield, if we lose that one ( likely ) do we sack him then with yet another game down the spout & precious little January window left?
What happens in terms of incoming players in the meantime, sign nobody because we are nor sure who the manager will be ( disaster ), sign players Hughes wants & him still ending up jobless before the month is out ( disaster ), let our mega awesome recruitment team fill the holes in the squad taking it out of MH or a new gaffers hands ( disaster ).
What a total clusterfuck, there is only one decision to be made as it sits & we dont even seem capable of making that,
Either give him the shove today or come out today & say he will be in charge for the rest of the season & backed in the window, do they really think we can just continue to meander like this, this situation is totally poisonous.
That pretty much sums it up mate.
The logical decision would be to sack him now. Having said that the correct decision would have been to sack him last May.
Post by StayingUpFor MuddyWoody on Jan 2, 2018 20:28:02 GMT
A caller on TalkShite this afternoon floated the idea of O'Neill and Keane taking over until the end of the season.
I can see the logic in that on a short term basis. Would get rid of Hughes, give us time to look for a permanent manager in the summer and hopefully give us a chance of avoiding relegation. They would also be able to stay on with Ireland.