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To coin a phrase ' you can't polish a turd' - i.e. if you're a manager and your players aren't up to the level they're playing at and don't want to do the job, or you lose the dressing room, then no matter how good a manager you are there's only so much you can do. On the other hand, if you've got a squad of good players for your level (which we definitely have) and who buy into the manager's vision then we'll progress. Whoever it is, they'll have a good, albeit small, squad to work with - good contacts to bring in more players are a definite help. Whoever we get, if they have a good coaching background, with this squad there's a chance they can take us up to the next level. The important thing is getting there and not losing a decent manager before we do.

(08-12-2020, 11:26 AM)Prorsum Semper Wrote:  This seems that it would be a very good appointment looking at his CV,has won our league aswell as assistant manager with Stafford,Seems to be a natural winner looking at his career.

I'm not familiar with the fella either but have faith that the Board have been both thorough and rigorous in their search. 

In AP we trust.  Wink

Very underrated at Arsenal

10 out of 10 for footballing zen

(08-12-2020, 01:05 PM)Tigermatty 2.0 Wrote:  Look at someone like Steve Cotterill, at C********m he is a hero and more or less everywhere else he hasn’t won anything. Does that make him a bad coach? 

Only the two other League titles and JPT of course.

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