They needed to cut our costs to entice investors- massive risk if we don't get any of course- great if we do,- it's truly a death ot glory moveTo answer the OP question. It seems to me, a bit like the summer window, not the best option or even the least worst but simply the cheapest. These owners should never be near a club with the potential of SAFC because they are killing off that potential. We await the next move.
Whatever the reason, it defies logic as far as promotion is concerned. If it doesn’t bare thinking about if it doesn’t work.They needed to cut our costs to entice investors- massive risk if we don't get any of course- great if we do,- it's truly a death ot glory move
Quite telling of how our club is being run if you ask me.When the meeting broke up at 2.45pm, Ross called Heather, his father and his lawyer. Sunderland had told him they would release a statement confirming his departure after 5pm but it came at 3pm and they scrambled to get a message to Meadow, who was still at school, before the news broke. Other members of his family found out on television. Beyond saying, “I didn’t have much time,” Ross will not comment.
Joking, aren’t ya? Always the cheapest option for Donald... which gives us Parkinson.
Really don't get the pro Phillips argument or why people are getting so worked up about a drawn cup tieI’d rather have Parkinson than Phillips. Other than scoring some goals for us 20 years ago, I’m not sure what his credentials are. No other club trying to get promoted would consider him. Toss up between him and Ainsworth. He doesn’t exactly play expansive football either. Stendel would have been above him on my list at the start, but it’s not cut and dry. He’s literally just been sacked, and he’d have to adapt his style massively with our squad.
Let’s not pretend like those three are obviously better options.
Won't surface til we aren't a shitshow....which I doubt will happen soon, he should be asked point blank why he thinks Parkinson is better than Stendel, Ainsworth or even Phillips (none of those seem unrealistic) and made to defend the appointment. We are already back to just getting a press release from the club and no dialogue because they know they're a fucking disgrace and their decision making is a joke.
I haven't heard one supporter say they're happy about Parkinson, or even defend him based on anything concrete. He's had two promotions from this division in 16 seasons at this level. Nothing other than blind faith could lead you to believe he is a good choice.
Don't expect him to ever be asked but would love to hear him try to justify it.