Rob wrote: Sneag wrote: bellwhiff wrote:
Rob wrote:Just when you thought you'd read it all from the "entitled", this trumps it all.
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.
MANSFIELD TOWN FC - SPOILING YOUR WEEKENDS SINCE 1910.