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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby EdwinstoweStag » Sun Oct 07, 2018 8:33 am

die hirsche wrote:
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.


So - you’d get rid of JR ?
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby bellwhiff » Sun Oct 07, 2018 1:40 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.

Bwahahaha. Closet Manc ?
Where the hell did you get that pile of crap from ?
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby Sneag » Sun Oct 07, 2018 1:48 pm

bellwhiff 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.

Bwahahaha. Closet Manc ?
Where the hell did you get that pile of crap from ?
:o
Seriously interested in this explanation


Because as you well know only Man Ure and Evertonians refer to the Bindippers as Redsh1te.

And then there were all those posts on past England failures where you were virtually gnoshing Wayne Rooney off, no matter how raspberry the fat oaf was.
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby yellafella » Sun Oct 07, 2018 2:47 pm

The OP is either the best angler or....

the biggest moron ever to post on this board.
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby Captain Cunno » Sun Oct 07, 2018 4:45 pm

He's the best owner and chairman in the whole football league.
No argument.
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby yorkshire stag » Sun Oct 07, 2018 5:04 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?


Stupid is

Stupid does !!!!!

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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby Vice President » Sun Oct 07, 2018 5:18 pm

JR has been exemplary:

He appointed Paul Cox - and got us promoted.
He appointed 'fans choice' Adam Murray, but when it was clear he was out of his depth he changed it.
He then appointed the best manager (Evans) - and we were heading for promotion, and then Evans walked out.
He appointed Flitcroft (widely accepted as an excellent choice at the time) - results are disappointing (in that we are drawing rather than winning). But JR is rightly being patient. He will do the right thing, at the right time, when necessary.

There might be some doubt about the manager and some of the players, but I don't think it is fair to question the Chairman - he has been fantastic.
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby EdwinstoweStag » Sun Oct 07, 2018 6:15 pm

Vice President wrote:JR has been exemplary:

He appointed Paul Cox - and got us promoted.
He appointed 'fans choice' Adam Murray, but when it was clear he was out of his depth he changed it.
He then appointed the best manager (Evans) - and we were heading for promotion, and then Evans walked out.
He appointed Flitcroft (widely accepted as an excellent choice at the time) - results are disappointing (in that we are drawing rather than winning). But JR is rightly being patient. He will do the right thing, at the right time, when necessary.

There might be some doubt about the manager and some of the players, but I don't think it is fair to question the Chairman - he has been fantastic.


Only a stupid idiot would question the validity of JR’s ownership.
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby Mansf1eld » Sun Oct 07, 2018 6:50 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?


You deserve a ban for that
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby die hirsche » Sun Oct 07, 2018 9:18 pm

EdwinstoweStag wrote:
die hirsche wrote:
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.


So - you’d get rid of JR ?


No, but I do question whether his money could have been better spent.
i would prefer not to.
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby bellwhiff » Sun Oct 07, 2018 9:20 pm

Sneag wrote:
bellwhiff 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.

Bwahahaha. Closet Manc ?
Where the hell did you get that pile of crap from ?
:o
Seriously interested in this explanation


Because as you well know only Man Ure and Evertonians refer to the Bindippers as Redsh1te.

And then there were all those posts on past England failures where you were virtually gnoshing Wayne Rooney off, no matter how raspberry the fat oaf was.

And that makes me a Manc ? You removed. My dislike for The Redshite comes from my best mate in the Army who is a massive Evertonian.

Looks like you got it all wrong again. In character though
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby Sneag » Sun Oct 07, 2018 9:23 pm

Belly you are full of raspberry. As if you have any mates. :lol:

Ooh the angry lickle drunk man called me a bad name.
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby bux46 » Sun Oct 07, 2018 9:30 pm

I firmly believe in free speach but this thread is an insult to the man who saved Mansfield Town F.C.

MODS do your job and get rid of this STUPID thread
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby die hirsche » Sun Oct 07, 2018 9:46 pm

[edited] as it was a cheap swipe at someone that cant spell.
i would prefer not to.
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby Amber Andy » Sun Oct 07, 2018 9:54 pm

I agree shut this thread down.
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby bellwhiff » Sun Oct 07, 2018 9:58 pm

Sneag wrote:Belly you are full of raspberry. As if you have any mates. :lol:

Ooh the angry lickle drunk man called me a bad name.

Drunk ?
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby die hirsche » Sun Oct 07, 2018 10:22 pm

comes to something when you cant even ask a straight forward question without the stagsnet plums demanding the thread be shut down.
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby EdwinstoweStag » Sun Oct 07, 2018 10:24 pm

die hirsche wrote:comes to something when you cant cant even ask a straight forward question without the stagsnet plums demanding the thread be shut down.


I don’t think the thread should be closed, nor free speech condemned.

However, your post is barmy! :)
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby die hirsche » Sun Oct 07, 2018 10:30 pm

So, when is it time to question the chairman?
i would prefer not to.
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby Amber Andy » Sun Oct 07, 2018 10:37 pm

Is it right that we should be questioning anyone on what they do with their money?

And not only that imply they don't know how to spend it properly.

Please shut the thread down.

It's an insult to the man who saved and continues to prop up our football club.
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby yorkshire stag » Sun Oct 07, 2018 10:55 pm

Nurse, Nurse

i think you maybe one short
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby die hirsche » Sun Oct 07, 2018 11:03 pm

Amber Andy wrote:Is it right that we should be questioning anyone on what they do with their money?

And not only that imply they don't know how to spend it properly.

Please shut the thread down.

It's an insult to the man who saved and continues to prop up our football club.


Andy, it's like pulling teeth.

At what point would you think maybe there's summat wrong?
i would prefer not to.
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby Amber Andy » Mon Oct 08, 2018 12:01 am

die hirsche wrote:
Amber Andy wrote:Is it right that we should be questioning anyone on what they do with their money?

And not only that imply they don't know how to spend it properly.

Please shut the thread down.

It's an insult to the man who saved and continues to prop up our football club.


Andy, it's like pulling teeth.

At what point would you think maybe there's summat wrong?

And you think starting a thread like this is going to help?
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby Sneag » Mon Oct 08, 2018 5:52 am

bellwhiff wrote:
Sneag wrote:Belly you are full of raspberry. As if you have any mates. :lol:

Ooh the angry lickle drunk man called me a bad name.

Drunk ?


You write this crap sober!? :shock:
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Re: Is it time to question the Chairman?

Postby kcassellsfootygenius » Mon Oct 08, 2018 8:25 am

die hirsche wrote:So, when is it time to question the chairman?


When he is blatantly bleeding the club dry, selling players left, right and centre and not paying bills and ultimately almost burying your club into extinction.

Not when he is pumping in millions building state of the art new training facilities, paying a handsome playing budget and has the football club as a business in the best commercial position in living memory.

If you show me a football club owner who makes 80% successful investments in his club I will show you a liar so be grateful, shut your trap and basically pipe down.
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