New Manager....
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(10-05-2023, 05:12 PM)Tigermatty 2.0 Wrote:  When Ben Morgan came back some people felt he was a backwards step. We signed Owen Evans from the level below and Phillips and Spence were released by Bristol Rovers. Dada was a cast off at Hemel.


TM I’m not sure what point you are trying to make. Ben Morgan jumped ship only to find that the grass was not greener on the other side- Spence was quality according to tips prior to his arrival I agree Evans and Phillips have taken the step up. Dada imo plays 25 minutes out of 90.
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#42

Closing date for applications for new manager closes 8pm Friday.
Better get my cv done
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#43

(10-05-2023, 05:25 PM)Gladfans Wrote:  TM I’m not sure what point you are trying to make. Ben Morgan jumped ship only to find that the grass was not greener on the other side- Spence was quality according to tips prior to his arrival I agree Evans and Phillips have taken the step up. Dada imo plays 25 minutes out of 90.
When we signed most of this seasons squad did any of them jump out as being tremendous signings? Yes having good players is essential but so is having the right characters, environment etc

“There’s a mole. Right at the top of the circus. He’s been there for years.”
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#44

If i were a betting man my money would be on Beadle

(10-05-2023, 05:26 PM)Hucclecotetiger Wrote:  Closing date for applications for new manager closes 8pm Friday.
Better get my cv done
 ? that alone suggests they have a replacement lined up already !!!!
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#45

Barely two and a half days to consider the post and apply doesn't seem much, but then
plan B is probably 90% realised already. Staying ahead of the game is always key.
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#46

Just out of interest - who will actually appoint the new manager i.e. have the final say? PC doesn't officially take over until June does he? Do AP/EM still have any input up to 31/05/23? Anybody else involved?
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#47

(10-05-2023, 05:26 PM)Hucclecotetiger Wrote:  Closing date for applications for new manager closes 8pm Friday.
Better get my cv done
8pm Friday, suggests to me CP already has his eye on someone and its "going through the motions"....
Step 2 and above i.e step 1.
That limits it somewhat.
David Oldfield
Mike Cook
?????

(10-05-2023, 05:48 PM)Delta Papa Wrote:  Just out of interest - who will actually appoint the new manager i.e. have the final say? PC doesn't officially take over until June does he? Do AP/EM still have any input up to 31/05/23? Anybody else involved?
Why PC of course.....
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#48

(10-05-2023, 06:09 PM)Severnside Wrote:  8pm Friday, suggests to me CP already has his eye on someone and its "going through the motions"....
Step 2 and above i.e step 1.
That limits it somewhat.
David Oldfield
Mike Cook
?????

Why CP of course.....

Colin Peake?

Sticking around a while yet, thanks to a gift from a generous angel.
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(10-05-2023, 06:09 PM)Severnside Wrote:  8pm Friday, suggests to me CP already has his eye on someone and its "going through the motions"....
Step 2 and above i.e step 1.
That limits it somewhat.
David Oldfield
Mike Cook
?????

Why CP of course.....
Would prefer MC to DO. DO did well at Oxford City, but not so at Weymouth. Not sure what went wrong there?
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(10-05-2023, 06:17 PM)Paul Wrote:  Would prefer MC to DO. DO did well at Oxford City, but not so at Weymouth. Not sure what went wrong there?
I'm sure CP has it already done and dusted and has been aware for a week or so at least, whoever comes in will need quickly to find out if ANY of the current squad will stay as part timers although I guess some already where part time as we where hybrid next season?
I'd also expect to go back to a few season long loan players as we've already seen when part time previously.
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