Paul Groves
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(10-12-2020, 05:38 PM)bigdavethemaddog Wrote:  just been looking at Groves managerial record - should we be worried by a win percentage of 22% from 123 games? doesnt smack as a successful record to me?

Out of interest what was Rowes win percentage at Aldershot and last season? Pretty poor I would bet. How many games was he manager rather than assistant manager with a budget to match in the league he is in....
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#42

Rowes win rate last season was about 10%,Don’t worry Dave!

Was well impressed with the whole set up of the press conference,very professional and PG came across very well,liked his answers to the questions, showed class in affect praising the work done before him and trying to build on it.
Another thing, will the masks that Alex and Paul had be put on sale at some point?
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#43

Rowe's record in the first year was worse than that of Tim Harris or Boris' worst ever seasons when they both left the club. Obviously this was then counteracted with the start to this one.

Recent Management records have been (points per game wise);

Mike Cook - 1.55
James Rowe - 1.54
Marc Richards - 1.41
Tim Harris 1.29
Chris Todd 0.33

The most successful full season since we exiled was Tim Harris' in 16/17, where we finished 10th and had a point per game of 1.52.

Leroy's stint sees him as the most successful manager of the last 30 years, at least, on 1.63 PPG. Be interested to see if Godfrey or anyone else with some longevity rivals that.
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(10-12-2020, 07:04 PM)Clem Fandango Wrote:  Rowe's record in the first year was worse than that of Tim Harris or Boris' worst ever seasons when they both left the club. Obviously this was then counteracted with the start to this one.

Recent Management records have been (points per game wise);

Mike Cook - 1.55
James Rowe - 1.54
Marc Richards - 1.41
Tim Harris 1.29
Chris Todd 0.33

The most successful full season since we exiled was Tim Harris' in 16/17, where we finished 10th and had a point per game of 1.52.

Leroy's stint sees him as the most successful manager of the last 30 years, at least, on 1.63 PPG. Be interested to see if Godfrey or anyone else with some longevity rivals that.

None of those managers except Rowe had great backing from the board.
Like others have said a lot depends on what goes on off the pitch which affects what’s on it, it’s very to say we’re probably in the best shape we’ve been in for 30+ years maybe more and on top of that fans and board with that all in it together attitude which will hopefully take us along way.
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(10-12-2020, 07:00 PM)Prorsum Semper Wrote:  Rowes win rate last season was about 10%,Don’t worry Dave!

Was well impressed with the whole set up of the press conference,very professional and PG came across very well,liked his answers to the questions, showed class in affect praising the work done before him and trying to build on it.
Another thing, will the masks that Alex and Paul had be put on sale at some point?
I was thinking the same about the masks.
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#46

To answer the question about Rowe at Aldershot he was never manager there and we were his first managerial job.
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#47

Fair play to Rowe he has had a good start at Chesterfield who were on their arses before he arrived. I hope Paul Groves can get the same results.
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#48

(10-12-2020, 09:24 PM)Darran Wrote:  To answer the question about Rowe at Aldershot he was never manager there and we were his first managerial job.

I am aware that Rowe had never been a manager Darran, what I was eluding to was how can you compare a managers records (which was Daves question on Paul Groves) when if a manager was assistant more than head honcho and had no backing which Rowe had then history is not really relevant. In Rowes case he really only had success in 9 games and Chesterfield wouldn't have given him a look in after last season plus pre season..
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#49

I don't think Chesterfield was that interested in Rowe but the team he had assembled which two of them they have signed
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