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The Doctor last won the day on 5 July 2015

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  1. Next City Manager?

    What, by saying you can pass the ball forward along the floor?
  2. Chris Coleman...

    If we're going for poor international managers who haven't done club football in ages why stop there, how about a Strachan-Coleman-Worthington dream team...
  3. Roy Keane anyone ?

    Crap manager in the division below. No.
  4. The "do they mean us?" thread

    What utter tosh. Don't get this idea people have that we've got delusions of grandeur in thinking we shouldn't be getting outclassed away to lower end teams (hes obviously not been sacked for losing to man Utd and chelsea) - surely even if our place is relegation battle and ambition is a dirty word, we should still be going to those games targeting a win.
  5. Come Home Nigel

    I love him, but nah, let's not turn to Nige every time something goes wrong. Build for the future.
  6. Appleton- Temporary Boss

    Obvious he'd be caretaker, but iirc he's bombed out of three jobs above league one (Pompey, Blackpool, Blackburn) after two months; suggesting he's not cut out to manage at this level longer than us finding a new manager.
  7. Cliff Ginetta

    Need to dig that article out again, swear he compared it to selling Steve Walsh...
  8. Pearson survived months rock bottom - what I'm seeing are owners who can recognise when a position is false and where coming good is realistic (Pearson), and when a sides in a tailspin (Raineri) or is defending itself to relegation (Shakespeare), not a knee jerk "in bottom three, bin em" (not least since Raineri was sacked before we hit the bottom three)
  9. A poisoned chalice?

    Tbf with Pearson we don't know his stance after his son ****ed up. And the statement about Shakespeare seemed to be firmly in the "not about results but that we're not seeing a direction that thr club will head when it hits a softer run", so tough fixtures doesn't wash.
  10. Next City Manager?

    Eh, Shakespeare has already tried that, so it's not exactly going to be a step back. Not a fan of dyches constant excuse making (pound notes, market leaders etc), but can't deny he knows how to organise a side.
  11. Cliff Ginetta

    Amazed he's hung on so long to holding some sort of "voice of the fans" image after saying Pearson owed the fans an apology for selling bamba
  12. Thomas Tuchel

    Would absolutely love this, but it won't happen.
  13. Shakey Sacked

    Shame to see it end this way after some magnificent years, but it can't be argued it's not deserved with performances and the tactics we've seen so far. Great coach, mediocre manager
  14. Appleton- Temporary Boss

    Just please don't fall for the new manager bounce and make it permanent...
  15. The dead cat bounce

    Out of interest, why? I'm looking at a fixture list and cannot see where the next win comes from without serious upheaval in approach. I'm seeing us approach games against relegation candidates, which anyone even targeting survival would earmark as to win, with the intent of nicking a point. Genuinely see a struggle to survive unless Shakespeare sorts himself out or swings soon.
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