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Chompy
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Re: Time to go

Post by Chompy » 22 Oct 2017, 10:48

Darragh MacAnthony Retweeted
How long do fans give Pompey manager, Fleetwood manager etc... You get my point that calls for manager 14 games is very premature..

Darragh MacAnthony added,
Max Wyld @max_wyld13
@DMAC102 how long you giving McCann if we keep playing how we are


Nothing imminent then. Can still get us at 40-1 for relegation just for the record. At the least this should be a decent trading spot.

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Re: Time to go

Post by superposh80 » 22 Oct 2017, 11:21

I'd be surprised if McCann is still here come the end of the year.

He's not a good enough manager to get Darragh where he wants us to be.

Once the home gates start to drop off...and they have already...and the ten game ST holders don't renew, that will be the end for him.

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Re: Time to go

Post by DoubleRay » 22 Oct 2017, 12:27

Chompy wrote:
22 Oct 2017, 10:29
Chenza wrote:
22 Oct 2017, 08:52
DoubleRay wrote:
21 Oct 2017, 19:19
Isn't asking for someone to be immediately sacked a form of abuse?
No
No x2. You should probably start clutching at straws if your argument doesn't hold up...
Bravo.

Only an argument if you construe it to be. Opinions and banter are the lifeblood of forums.I would prefer we can all still be amicable as we all want what's best for our Posh team don't we? It's easy to get pent up when peoples livelihoods are at stake.

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Chompy
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Re: Time to go

Post by Chompy » 22 Oct 2017, 12:31

DoubleRay wrote:
21 Oct 2017, 19:07
You are right Bristolposh.
Evans will never be a posh manager and its like they don't want to remember his resignations and sackings and for Chompy to say Dmac is mates with him. That's a laugh. :lol:
As for % stats, how many times does Chompy quote them but then refutes them when someone else does it.
We will see if theres to be a new manager or not in January.
Amen to that.

Ceenitall
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Re: Time to go

Post by Ceenitall » 22 Oct 2017, 15:16

If GM was man enough he would stop the rot.....He ISN'T.

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Re: Time to go

Post by pleasureboy60 » 22 Oct 2017, 15:43

I don't think it really matters who gets the next posh managers job. If he is not allowed a free reign, then nothing will ever change.
There has been far too much interference from our chairman over the last 2/3 seasons, coupled with this endless policy of bringing in untried non league players.
DMac publically admitted in an interview earlier this year that all managers at Posh, both past and present have to adapt to the clubs policies.
Any decent manager is going to question that before committing to the job!

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Re: Time to go

Post by tonyp » 22 Oct 2017, 21:46

superposh80 wrote:
22 Oct 2017, 11:21
I'd be surprised if McCann is still here come the end of the year.

He's not a good enough manager to get Darragh where he wants us to be.

Once the home gates start to drop off...and they have already...and the ten game ST holders don't renew, that will be the end for him.
:stupid: If we keep losing and the crowds keep dwindling McCann will walk.
Being happy never goes out of style

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Re: Time to go

Post by tonyp » 23 Oct 2017, 22:10

pleasureboy60 wrote:
22 Oct 2017, 15:43
I don't think it really matters who gets the next posh managers job. If he is not allowed a free reign, then nothing will ever change.
There has been far too much interference from our chairman over the last 2/3 seasons, coupled with this endless policy of bringing in untried non league players.
DMac publicly admitted in an interview earlier this year that all managers at Posh, both past and present have to adapt to the clubs policies.
Any decent manager is going to question that before committing to the job!
And where does Barry Fry fit in?
What does he actually do?
Being happy never goes out of style

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