We are not going up with Ross.....

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Interesting stats posted by Mobile Mackem on Twitter...

Jack Ross' league win percentage record:

Alloa Athletic: - Season 1 - 11%; Season 2 - 63%
St. Mirren: - Season 1 - 32%; Season 2 - 64%
Sunderland: - Season 1 - 48% - Season 2 - ???

...and the inevitable question, Ross's league draw record:

Alloa Athletic: - Season 1 - 37%; Season 2 - 11%
St. Mirren: - Season 1 - 29%; Season 2 - 14%
Sunderland: - Season 1 - 41%; Season 2 - ???

Different context of course but massive improvement in second season.

Mobile Mackem on Twitter

Looks like a lot of research has gone into this.
 

Perryqhill

Striker
Interesting stats posted by Mobile Mackem on Twitter...

Jack Ross' league win percentage record:

Alloa Athletic: - Season 1 - 11%; Season 2 - 63%
St. Mirren: - Season 1 - 32%; Season 2 - 64%
Sunderland: - Season 1 - 48% - Season 2 - ???

...and the inevitable question, Ross's league draw record:

Alloa Athletic: - Season 1 - 37%; Season 2 - 11%
St. Mirren: - Season 1 - 29%; Season 2 - 14%
Sunderland: - Season 1 - 41%; Season 2 - ???

Different context of course but massive improvement in second season.

Mobile Mackem on Twitter
Howld on context:

Alloa, took over December 15 and was unable to stop them getting relegated.

He led them to a ten game winning streak the following season, but left them in second place in Scottish League One in October 2016, so he didn't stay a season.

34 games, won 13, drawn 8, lost 13

St Mirren
appointed October 16 and guided them to safety. The following season he got them promoted from the Scottish Championship.

80 games, won 42, Drawn 13, lost 25

So yes he done well, but the second season thing may be skewed slightly by the fact he never had a full first season at St Mirren or at Alloa never actually having a full season, whereas he he did have a first full season.
 

OrdinaryJon

Subs Bench
Howld on context:

Alloa, took over December 15 and was unable to stop them getting relegated.

He led them to a ten game winning streak the following season, but left them in second place in Scottish League One in October 2016, so he didn't stay a season.

34 games, won 13, drawn 8, lost 13

St Mirren
appointed October 16 and guided them to safety. The following season he got them promoted from the Scottish Championship.

80 games, won 42, Drawn 13, lost 25

So yes he done well, but the second season thing may be skewed slightly by the fact he never had a full first season at St Mirren or at Alloa never actually having a full season, whereas he he did have a first full season.
Good point. That does make a difference. Especially the relegation at Alloa. Hopefully he can find a similar improvement anyway!
 
Interesting stats posted by Mobile Mackem on Twitter...

Jack Ross' league win percentage record:

Alloa Athletic: - Season 1 - 11%; Season 2 - 63%
St. Mirren: - Season 1 - 32%; Season 2 - 64%
Sunderland: - Season 1 - 48% - Season 2 - ???

...and the inevitable question, Ross's league draw record:

Alloa Athletic: - Season 1 - 37%; Season 2 - 11%
St. Mirren: - Season 1 - 29%; Season 2 - 14%
Sunderland: - Season 1 - 41%; Season 2 - ???

Different context of course but massive improvement in second season.

Mobile Mackem on Twitter
That is interesting particularly that we dont need massive improvement to get out of this league...we just need to be a bit better
 
Hopefully this shows that he is a smart manager who learns and adapts from disappointments.

Anyone getting carried away pre season results needs to get their bumps felt.
 
Interesting stats posted by Mobile Mackem on Twitter...

Jack Ross' league win percentage record:

Alloa Athletic: - Season 1 - 11%; Season 2 - 63%
St. Mirren: - Season 1 - 32%; Season 2 - 64%
Sunderland: - Season 1 - 48% - Season 2 - ???

...and the inevitable question, Ross's league draw record:

Alloa Athletic: - Season 1 - 37%; Season 2 - 11%
St. Mirren: - Season 1 - 29%; Season 2 - 14%
Sunderland: - Season 1 - 41%; Season 2 - ???

Different context of course but massive improvement in second season.

Mobile Mackem on Twitter
this shockingly looks like he might learn and adapt. this kind of talk is not permitted around these parts.
 

macca2314

Subs Bench
Have you watched us pre season?

It’ll take an almighty effort given the crap on offer again so far

Whatever happens let’s be sure of this; safc have no more excuses for not getting out of this shit league and anyone making them can expect a load of grief if we fuck it up again
Pre season means nothing. Under moyes we drew with Dortmund with players like aubameyang playing and look at how that season went
 

Bilbob

Central Defender
seen this stat thrown around a lot recently, can't really see what relevance it has to our current situation. we have pretty much the same team, same system, same squad, same coaches and same manager as the second half of last season, so there is absolutely nothing to suggest that this coming season won't be anything different. unless i have missed something, or something is going to change drastically in the next two weeks
The only relevance is that the current situation is a mirror image of what happened at Alloa and St Mirren. Hope that helps.
 

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