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Wilder might keep them up yet but he doesn't look like being another Big Sam.This time in our second season in the PL Sam had brought in Djorkaeff, Okocha and Campo on free transfers while Wilder has paid £17.5 million for Oliver McBurnie.I prefer Sam's transfer activity

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Hi Smithills gent 

Bolton fans going into BarrowWays to troll them is one of the most embarrassing things I've ever heard of. How small-time have we now become?

Given the current climate I think it would be fitting to give the job to Phil Brown he would be our first black manager 🖤

24 minutes ago, Roger_Dubuis said:

Wilder might keep them up yet but he doesn't look like being another Big Sam.This time in our second season in the PL Sam had brought in Djorkaeff, Okocha and Campo on free transfers while Wilder has paid £17.5 million for Oliver McBurnie.I prefer Sam's transfer activity

£17.5m is absolute buttons these days. Can’t be arsed doing the maths but it’s probably the equivalent of about £2m when Allardyce was managing us. 

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13 minutes ago, Leyther_Matt said:

£17.5m is absolute buttons these days. Can’t be arsed doing the maths but it’s probably the equivalent of about £2m when Allardyce was managing us. 

McBurnie is a slow 2nd tier striker.Shrewd managers shouldn't be paying so much for one of that standard even in 2020.As Sam did Wilder should have been looking  abroad for better quality at cheaper prices.

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1 hour ago, Roger_Dubuis said:

McBurnie is a slow 2nd tier striker.Shrewd managers shouldn't be paying so much for one of that standard even in 2020.As Sam did Wilder should have been looking  abroad for better quality at cheaper prices.

That’s the point, he hasn’t paid “so much”. In relative terms he’s probably paid two thirds of a Dean Holdsworth. 

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5 hours ago, Biggish Dave said:

Bit like Dyche, taken them up, will get relegated this season but if they hold their nerve, could easily get them back up again for another tilt at earning the big bucks.

Wouldnt struggle to get another job if he was potted

Good point. Burnley been doing reasonably well after sticking with Dyche. 

 

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On 06/12/2020 at 16:29, Horwich said:

If wilder does get sacked, he will get a pay off and wont be out of work for long.

He won’t go, spoke to a sheff Utd fan, little money and he is going no where as if they go down, right man to bring them up,

also they remember where he has brought them from and in what time scale

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12 hours ago, marple whites said:

He won’t go, spoke to a sheff Utd fan, little money and he is going no where as if they go down, right man to bring them up,

also they remember where he has brought them from and in what time scale

aye, just looked and on this day 5 years ago they were slap bang mid table in the 3rd tier, well off the pace for automatic promotion and barely positive goal difference. If you'd offered their fans the option of being one place off the CL at Xmas 4 years later and then in need of a bit of re-building a year after that, but with hefty parachute money to look forward to if they don't fettle it pronto, then I think they'd have taken it!

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SHeffield have been abysmal this season though, worse than Bolton  even under Sammy Lee.

Imagine if Owen Coyle had spent £17.5 million on a Scottish striker and started the season with 2 points from the first 14 league games.What would his big hater Boltonvava be saying about that.

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1 hour ago, Roger_Dubuis said:

Imagine if Owen Coyle had spent £17.5 million

As opposed to £3m, in 2012 on Marbin Sotfell & tjen never play him ... largely coz he was shite.

He can piss all over the carpet about mental health problens, but it was attitude &, I must assume, ability that held him back. He's still only 29 !!

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1 hour ago, Roger_Dubuis said:

SHeffield have been abysmal this season though, worse than Bolton  even under Sammy Lee.

Imagine if Owen Coyle had spent £17.5 million on a Scottish striker and started the season with 2 points from the first 14 league games.What would his big hater Boltonvava be saying about that.

Are you seriously trying to liken Wilder to owenbastardcoyle ???  Wilder has taken Sheff Utd from the third division to the premier league & kept them up for one successful season......even if they go down this season, they'll still be higher than when he arrived & in a strong position to bounce straight back, as well as being in a miles stronger financial position than when he arrived.

On the other hand, that cunt Coyle destroyed an established premier league club & playing squad that he inherited, &  from there,carries the greatest responsibility for our fall from premier league to division 4.

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1 hour ago, Dr. Feelgood said:

As opposed to £3m, in 2012 on Marbin Sotfell & tjen never play him ... largely coz he was shite.

He can piss all over the carpet about mental health problens, but it was attitude &, I must assume, ability that held him back. He's still only 29 !!

He didnt like being away from his bird

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1 hour ago, bolton va va said:

Are you seriously trying to liken Wilder to owenbastardcoyle ???  Wilder has taken Sheff Utd from the third division to the premier league & kept them up for one successful season......even if they go down this season, they'll still be higher than when he arrived & in a strong position to bounce straight back, as well as being in a miles stronger financial position than when he arrived.

On the other hand, that cunt Coyle destroyed an established premier league club & playing squad that he inherited, &  from there,carries the greatest responsibility for our fall from premier league to division 4.

They are both shit 👍 Neither of them is any better than the other.

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1 hour ago, Horwich said:

They are both shit 👍 Neither of them is any better than the other.

I know which I’d prefer as Bolton’s next manager if the shortlist was just those two.

 

clue: not Coyle.

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Joey Barton gone from Fleetwood, he has done a decent job, they also play decent football.... strange one, but could be something else, it is Joey Barton after all.

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44 minutes ago, Mr Grey said:

Joey Barton gone from Fleetwood, he has done a decent job, they also play decent football.... strange one, but could be something else, it is Joey Barton after all.

I wouldn't want that prick anywhere near our football club. Some things are just not worth having.

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