Discussion in 'Pure Football' started by thecozmo, Apr 16, 2011.
And Bruce will be sacked not by quinn but by short with Quinn on very thin ice indeed.
shouldnt have to wait till wigan he should been sacked today and give us a week to sort out getting in the next manager
bruce has lost the dressing room for me bruce out
Didn't look like that today IMHO
You only sack a manger if someone better is lined up, and that aint going to happen
Its about holding your nerve,and reassessing when the season is over
Have you just got off the phone to him like
Martin O'Neill is better.
we have to stick with the useless get now , the silver lining to this fiasco is that he's ensuring he doesn't get the job next year .
has he....... do you have conclusive proof of this ?
Why are people always cock sure that managers want to come here.
The players performances over the past 4 months are proof enough
We aren't but we should be making the call to find out.
Is he "lined up" then ?
I suspect not.
If SAFC are going to sack the manager, it has to be tomorrow with a new man already lined up, to give him a chance to win those two home games. Otherwise there is absolutely no point. My theory is Short/Quinn will gamble on Bruce and it will go down to the final day.
Exactly what should have happened over the Clueless fucktard getting a new contract a few months ago
The last gamble Quinn made (Sbragia) only worked because of the incompetence of Hull and the Mags. We'll probably have to rely on Blackpool and 2 others this season.
today we played pretty well but look nothing up front without bent, we don't look like we can buy a goal. he went with a couple of days to go in the transfer window and we didn't have anyone lined up to replace him
we have had a very tough run of fixtures mind
i'm not a bruce in/er or out/er but think he has built up a very good squad on paper...but its only on paper. maybe he isn't the man to produce the results with the squad he has
As someone who never wanted Bruce in the first place, it's difficult to make an objective argument. I think that he should have gone weeks ago, it's obvious (and has been for a long time) that his team building was woefully short of what we needed. I'm struggling to know what a new man can do with a team as soft as this one. Like it or not I think it's the only way to get some more points. I cannot see the third bottom club getting less than five points and as things stand that will do for us.
I think you have the only reasonable and practical answer.
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