Momentum lost.......

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  1. Dol

    Dolantyke Active Member

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    What lost it for me yesterday Was Murrays lack of management, after Thomas came on against Bristol he changed the game so why not keep him in for today mcheean should not be in the team. Time after time he looses the ball and for the hell of me he cannot finish, yes he scored but that's a once in a, lifetime, Thomas should start before him any day of the week, and brown not a natural left back, constantly long ball up to chaplin for God's sake he is 5ft, he said in press conference before game they were working on new tactics it's evident he not got the knowledge to put this into practise, this is were experienced managers come in this is what we needed right now, play everybody to there strengths and mabey just mabey we may have fighting chance,. The board have lost the fans now crowds will deplete slowly money won't be put into shop slowly we going backwards it's sad really because we could have have got more fans into grownd with proper sighnings in the summer, we was conned as fans into buying into There plan I for one won't be renewing and I gaurentee many more won't..
     
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    Putting Murray in charge really was a strange decision. I would have thought that it made more sense to put one of Daniel's assistants in charge while a replacement was found. I'm not sure how Murray was ever considered qualified for the role.

    I wonder if our owners are familiar with the Peter Principle.
     
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    It is a sad state of affairs. We were never going to be world beaters this season, but the wheels have come off so badly it is unbelievable.

    I'm not angry with Murray, he presumably was the only one that would take it out of the coaching staff. He briefly has had an impact in a few games, but his post match interview yesterday said it all. He's spent. He admitted whoever comes in has an impossible job. Who will take it? It seems like the season is over in November, which is ridiculous.

    If the board had had something to say about what has happened, where we were going, some mitigation of the disaster that is unfolding could still have been averted. It seems with each match now the hard core, thick & thin supporters are ready to turn their backs. After last season that seems a crazy situation. Most of us have seen a lot of bad times & even with the last relegation, we were not in this kind of malaise. We are paying customers as well as supporters. Where is the "match day experience?" Unless you are masochist, it seems to be non existent I'm afraid. Will be a while before I attend again, I can earn good money on a Saturday doing something that I enjoy. I did not enjoy yesterday one jot, beyond the pint I had with my mates before the game.

    Only the board can make a move now. The longer they leave it, the harder it will be. It is the last chance saloon already, it didn't have to be this way, but it clearly is.
     
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