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Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby die hirsche » Sat Oct 06, 2018 8:55 pm

Millions thrown at it, mid-table league 2.

It's nice having the money but does he know what to do with it?
i would prefer not to.
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby MTFCMusings » Sat Oct 06, 2018 8:57 pm

Oh lord you’re an idiot.
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby bobbystagsfan » Sat Oct 06, 2018 8:58 pm

yep, time to turn on our chairman who got us out the conference and has us in the best position off the field in years.

let's all tell him how to spend his money because we'd do so much better than he could.. what a joke post
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby MTFCMAD » Sat Oct 06, 2018 8:59 pm

die hirsche wrote:Millions thrown at it, mid-table league 2.

It's nice having the money but does he know what to do with it?


Comments like this makes me wonder if following football is for you.
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby Warsop Stag » Sat Oct 06, 2018 8:59 pm

No.
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby Richard Cranium » Sat Oct 06, 2018 9:01 pm

This forum is full of window lickers
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby die hirsche » Sat Oct 06, 2018 9:01 pm

Warsop Stag wrote:No.


When would it be?
i would prefer not to.
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby Stags 2002 » Sat Oct 06, 2018 9:05 pm

Wow.......speechless.
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby MTFCMAD » Sat Oct 06, 2018 9:07 pm

Stags 2002 wrote:Wow.......speechless.


You and me both.
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby Rob » Sat Oct 06, 2018 9:09 pm

Just when you thought you'd read it all from the "entitled", this trumps it all.

Unbelievable Jeff.
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby robeyre » Sat Oct 06, 2018 9:11 pm

die hirsche wrote:
Warsop Stag wrote:No.


When would it be?


When someone with as much passion and commitment for Mansfield comes along.
Personally I don't thing that can or will happen.
He's the best man for the job and should remain as long as he wants. For all the posturing on here I dont think anyone could have done or will do a better or more conscientious job
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby old ram stag » Sat Oct 06, 2018 9:12 pm

the chairman has decisions to make, it's obvious we are going nowhere under DF but when is the right time to change management.
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby die hirsche » Sat Oct 06, 2018 9:15 pm

robeyre wrote:
die hirsche wrote:
Warsop Stag wrote:No.


When would it be?


When someone with as much passion and commitment for Mansfield comes along.
Personally I don't thing that can or will happen.
He's the best man for the job and should remain as long as he wants. For all the posturing on here I dont think anyone could have done or will do a better or more conscientious job


Would you be happy if a passionate and committed chairman took us back to non-league?
Surely at some point prior to that we would be asking questions.
i would prefer not to.
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby Rob » Sat Oct 06, 2018 9:16 pm

old ram stag wrote:the chairman has decisions to make, it's obvious we are going nowhere under DF but when is the right time to change management.


He'll be patient and give the manager a chance.

We are so lucky to have him at our club, some of our fans simply do not deserve him.
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby Beano » Sat Oct 06, 2018 9:18 pm

Richard Cranium wrote:This forum is full of window lickers


Full of idiots???

So including all the people supporting John on here???

Blimey :shock:
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby Sneag » Sat Oct 06, 2018 10:11 pm

Rob wrote:
old ram stag wrote:the chairman has decisions to make, it's obvious we are going nowhere under DF but when is the right time to change management.


He'll be patient and give the manager a chance.

We are so lucky to have him at our club, some of our fans simply do not deserve him.


JR fires his managers in November. If Flitters is still limping along in 15th come November, then if he gets invited into JRs office he should avoid standing on the plastic sheeting.
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby bellwhiff » Sat Oct 06, 2018 10:13 pm

Rob wrote:Just when you thought you'd read it all from the "entitled", this trumps it all.

Unbelievable Jeff.

Isn’t it.

This sounds like the Redsh1te. Completely entitled.

It’s Radford’s train set. He does what he wants
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby Sneag » Sat Oct 06, 2018 10:30 pm

bellwhiff wrote:
Rob wrote:Just when you thought you'd read it all from the "entitled", this trumps it all.

Unbelievable Jeff.

Isn’t it.

This sounds like the Redsh1te. Completely entitled.

It’s Radford’s train set. He does what he wants


Oh hark at the closet Manc (lives in Hampshire naturally). How'd that last gasp winner feel against the Skunks? ;)

It is JRs trainset & he sacks failing managers when he sees fit (as I said November) Flitters results pick up he stays, they don't he goes and CR being facebook mates with Flitters sister won't save him.

The debate, such as debate exists on here, is are you content with his (DFs) performance as manager so far?

At this stage the ayes have it, but he's on borrowed time Good managers make mistakes and learn from them, bad managers repeat them.
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby Rob » Sat Oct 06, 2018 10:51 pm

Sneag wrote:
bellwhiff wrote:
Rob wrote:Just when you thought you'd read it all from the "entitled", this trumps it all.

Unbelievable Jeff.

Isn’t it.

This sounds like the Redsh1te. Completely entitled.

It’s Radford’s train set. He does what he wants


Oh hark at the closet Manc (lives in Hampshire naturally). How'd that last gasp winner feel against the Skunks? ;)

It is JRs trainset & he sacks failing managers when he sees fit (as I said November) Flitters results pick up he stays, they don't he goes and CR being facebook mates with Flitters sister won't save him.

The debate, such as debate exists on here, is are you content with his (DFs) performance as manager so far?

At this stage the ayes have it, but he's on borrowed time Good managers make mistakes and learn from them, bad managers repeat them.


The standard of football has been a marked improvement on recent seasons. Of course its frustrating we keep missing chances but I don't think we are far off. You wanted DF sacked last season, the fact you have joined the high pitched hysterical bunch is no surprise. We were 16th under your mate Evans in Oct 17, JR will not be sacking DF any time soon.
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby arsene wengers coat » Sat Oct 06, 2018 11:43 pm

As outrageous as this thread is, JR deserves more.
You've got to go there and come back, to know where you've been.
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby tillydog123 » Sun Oct 07, 2018 12:52 am

JR deserves no criticism as he is Mr MTFC
We are looking mid table now and I think he should have not been as hasty as he was in the appointment of Flopper but he has the dosh and the full say in all things Stags
County not far behind now after that awful start and this is a measure of all these dropped points
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby Sneag » Sun Oct 07, 2018 6:28 am

Rob wrote:
Sneag wrote:
bellwhiff wrote:
Rob wrote:Just when you thought you'd read it all from the "entitled", this trumps it all.

Unbelievable Jeff.

Isn’t it.

This sounds like the Redsh1te. Completely entitled.

It’s Radford’s train set. He does what he wants


Oh hark at the closet Manc (lives in Hampshire naturally). How'd that last gasp winner feel against the Skunks? ;)

It is JRs trainset & he sacks failing managers when he sees fit (as I said November) Flitters results pick up he stays, they don't he goes and CR being facebook mates with Flitters sister won't save him.

The debate, such as debate exists on here, is are you content with his (DFs) performance as manager so far?

At this stage the ayes have it, but he's on borrowed time Good managers make mistakes and learn from them, bad managers repeat them.


The standard of football has been a marked improvement on recent seasons. Of course its frustrating we keep missing chances but I don't think we are far off. You wanted DF sacked last season, the fact you have joined the high pitched hysterical bunch is no surprise. We were 16th under your mate Evans in Oct 17, JR will not be sacking DF any time soon.


My mate Evans? Hmmm bit of artistic license there methinks, I was generally underwhelmed/embarrassed by Evans in equal measure, but prior to jumping ship he was moving us in the right direction.

Damn right I'd have sacked Flitcroft last season, never in the history of this club has a manager had such an easy task presented to him only to so royally raspberry it up. Take a team sitting in 4th, top of the current form table and crash down to 8th. That's a special kind of failure. Considering you hate Curle so much for underachieving, who managed to get to a PO Final which was lost on a bad linesman call, who had to work under bloody Haslam, I'm surprised you have such a hard on for Flitcroft.

This season like most of those bitterly disappointed by the failing of last season I thought I'd give him the benefit of the doubt and a clean slate. But while the football is quite easy on the eye, he's still making the same fundamental errors he made last season. Consider this too, had Bobby Olejnic not made a very smart save in the last minute v Carlisle we'd have tossed two points away there too.

As for the OP, anyone critical of JR needs to give their head a shake. He's not infalable, but he's the best owner this club has had by a country mile.
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby Tawnystag » Sun Oct 07, 2018 7:41 am

Yes what a great idea, let’s all undermine John Radford’s leadership and decision making. Just what we need right now.
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby Amber Andy » Sun Oct 07, 2018 8:13 am

Tawnystag wrote:Yes what a great idea, let’s all undermine John Radford’s leadership and decision making. Just what we need right now.

Exactly right.

This has got to be the most rediculous thread for a very long time.

We are all disappointed but to question the chairman, who would be welcome at any club at our level with open arms, is diabolical.

If I was JR I would be deeply insulted by the original comment.
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby Jamie » Sun Oct 07, 2018 8:32 am

It is a ridiculous thread. Although I highly doubt JR would be insulted by it.

If he sacked the manager every time someone on here had a wobble we'd never have a manager longer than 2 weeks.
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