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Whoever takes over, I hope they teach our players to take A Different Corner.

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30 minutes ago, MickyD said:

Whoever takes over, I hope they teach our players to take A Different Corner.

We’re you not impressed with our “start the charge from 30 yards out” routine

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Regardless of the football served up by the man I cannot help but be impressed by him as a person. All kinds of nonsense at the club with him and colleagues not being paid. A club he is highly thought of are looking for a manager and he has maintained a professional approach. I have even heard stories that he doesn’t think bailing on The Wanderers and the staff at this time would be appropriate. All conjecture I know but whatever happens when he eventually leaves this club, unless something ridiculous happens, I will be proud he was once our manager. 

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22 hours ago, Nowack said:

Regardless of the football served up by the man I cannot help but be impressed by him as a person. All kinds of nonsense at the club with him and colleagues not being paid. A club he is highly thought of are looking for a manager and he has maintained a professional approach. I have even heard stories that he doesn’t think bailing on The Wanderers and the staff at this time would be appropriate. All conjecture I know but whatever happens when he eventually leaves this club, unless something ridiculous happens, I will be proud he was once our manager. 

Totally agree. I often questioned his decisions etc. but the man himself and the way he has conducted himself in such circumstances....just impressive. Have a +1

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On 08/12/2018 at 20:56, Johnnyrotten said:

I will continue to bang the drum for Nathan Jones until he's gone to a bigger club than us. Surely the next Dean Smith or Eddie Howe in terms of transforming clubs if not style of play. Also a shout out for Gareth Ainsworth, another proven manager consistently over achieving on a budget and the type of character you would gladly have in charge of your team.

Well I won't be banging that drum any more will I. Opportunity missed but clearly getting a new manager is way down our list of priorities for the foreseeable.

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Luton and their free flowing football couldn't beat walsall

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Karanka out at Forest ............ Parky in, doubtful but let's hope so.

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19 minutes ago, Mr Grey said:

Karanka out at Forest ............ Parky in, doubtful but let's hope so.

Sorry but in what way would that be good at all? We're a mess as it is without losing the manager and his team.

 

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24 minutes ago, Mr Grey said:

Karanka out at Forest ............ Parky in, doubtful but let's hope so.

Doubtful? Parky wont be in the top 100 for that job, I bet Brian Clough is in front of him.

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7 minutes ago, bwfcfan5 said:

Sorry but in what way would that be good at all? We're a mess as it is without losing the manager and his team.

 

Its the way forward being proposed by some of our knowledgable fans, no owner, no manager, not many players.

What could go wrong?

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43 minutes ago, Farrelli said:

Its the way forward being proposed by some of our knowledgable fans, no owner, no manager, not many players.

What could go wrong?

Some fans like our manager, some perceive he is our only option, sorry i ain't one of them and i class myself as quite knowledgeable.

Without getting in to the Parky debate and tit for tat crap because of what is happening at our club at the moment, i have seen enough of PP and his way of playing turgid football to know otherwise.

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Changing manager is not something to contemplate right now IMO.

Whatever you think about Parky he is managing to keep some sort of normality going.

Regardless of that, Forest will not be considering Parky anytime soon.

Therefore, I find the post you made about the Forest job silly.

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4 minutes ago, Farrelli said:

Changing manager is not something to contemplate right now IMO.

Whatever you think about Parky he is managing to keep some sort of normality going.

Regardless of that, Forest will not be considering Parky anytime soon.

Therefore, I find the post you made about the Forest job silly.

It's commendable how PP has handled himself over the last 3 years and this whole charade surrounding our club, but i have seen enough of his football or lack of football to want a change in manger.

I did actually put 'DOUBTFUL' so it was a bit of tongue and cheek, do i think he will be in the running for the Forest job, 99% no.

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Ok, we'll agree to differ on Parky.

I hope he stays until the end of the season, we don't need that sideshow now.

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2 minutes ago, Farrelli said:

Ok, we'll agree to differ on Parky.

I hope he stays until the end of the season, we don't need that sideshow now.

he footy is obviously dirge and KA isn't sacking him anyway

but with what has gone on and come out this week I'd have to acknowlege our best chance of staying is probably with him, rather than without (so long as he starts to set the team up more like he did 2nd half v Walsall)

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33 minutes ago, Mr Grey said:

Some fans like our manager, some perceive he is our only option, sorry i ain't one of them and i class myself as quite knowledgeable.

Without getting in to the Parky debate and tit for tat crap because of what is happening at our club at the moment, i have seen enough of PP and his way of playing turgid football to know otherwise.

Its a bit pointless. We have no money. Whatever compensation we get for Parky will simply cover other losses. And therefore we'll have nothing to replace him with.

He's doing an absolutely remarkable job. You have to be incredibly naive to think changing the manager will not make things considerably worse given the circumstances. 

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3 minutes ago, bwfcfan5 said:

Its a bit pointless. We have no money. Whatever compensation we get for Parky will simply cover other losses. And therefore we'll have nothing to replace him with.

He's doing an absolutely remarkable job. You have to be incredibly naive to think changing the manager will not make things considerably worse given the circumstances. 

He's doing a remarkable job ?? Really? Let's not discuss the shite turgid football that we have had to endure for the past 2+ seasons, and to use it as an excuse for the way the club is run is probably a bit naive on your part.

 

We have produced two minor miracles, it won't happen a third time.

As for being naive, really? Because my opinion differs from yours?

 

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1 minute ago, radcliffewhite1 said:

prime time 

 

Yeah nearly dinner time :D

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12 minutes ago, ZicoKelly said:

 

but with what has gone on and come out this week I'd have to acknowlege our best chance of staying is probably with him, rather than without (so long as he starts to set the team up more like he did 2nd half v Walsall)

Without a doubt. 

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3 minutes ago, Farrelli said:

Without a doubt. 

But we all know that's not going to happen. 

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7 minutes ago, Mr Grey said:

He's doing a remarkable job ?? Really? Let's not discuss the shite turgid football that we have had to endure for the past 2+ seasons, and to use it as an excuse for the way the club is run is probably a bit naive on your part.

 

We have produced two minor miracles, it won't happen a third time.

As for being naive, really? Because my opinion differs from yours?

 

We're going down I agree. But are doing so regardless of the manager. How many would want to work under these circumstances? 

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13 minutes ago, bwfcfan5 said:

Its a bit pointless. We have no money. Whatever compensation we get for Parky will simply cover other losses. And therefore we'll have nothing to replace him with.

He's doing an absolutely remarkable job. You have to be incredibly naive to think changing the manager will not make things considerably worse given the circumstances. 

It doesn't bear thinking about but it could be a lot worse without Parky. His greatest strength is his ability to shut out the circus and keep the players focused. 

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1 minute ago, Mr Grey said:

But we all know that's not going to happen. 

Hope springs eternal.

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8 minutes ago, bwfcfan5 said:

We're going down I agree. But are doing so regardless of the manager. How many would want to work under these circumstances? 

Until mathematically sure we aint going nowhere, we have yet to have our good run and im not giving up hope, even though it kills us.

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