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View taylors lovechild's Profile taylors lovechild Flag People's Republic of Gozo 17 Feb 20 10.26am Send a Private Message to taylors lovechild Add taylors lovechild as a friend

Originally posted by MonsterMunch

Giving Roy a 1 year extension and then backing him in the transfer market, where we clearly have a lot of chopping and changing to do makes no sense to me. So either we wont see much change over the summer recruitment wise or the next manager who comes in after Roy will be told you've got what you've got. This presents issues in itself. We've got a Manager who is clearly here for the short term but now we are going to back him.. mental. If we are future planning then employ someone as Manager to go along with the same vision fs

No, I think you're wrong. A club our size needs to be signing players as part of a long-term vision, with the next manager also fitting that vision. A big club can afford to bring in a manager and back their vision, but a club our size cannot. Furthermore, this current squad is not capable, in my opinion, of fighting another PL campaign without new additions. The age of the squad has become an issue both in terms of injuries and in more congested periods of the season when some players have started to look like they're struggling. Whether Roy stays or not we need to invest as aside from Norwich (who are clearly going down) every club has invested this season and will no doubt do the same this summer. Another season without investment and our odds of staying up would diminish further.


Our next opponents Newcastle were naÔve at times yesterday, but they have a very quick and athletic squad and personally I think as players like Saint-Maxim and Almiron mature they are only going to get better next season, while most of our squad will only move one step closer to retirement.

 

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View Chubskip's Profile Chubskip Flag 17 Feb 20 12.32pm Send a Private Message to Chubskip Add Chubskip as a friend

Second guessing the board, it's gonna be Dougie F again

 

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View Willo's Profile Willo Flag South coast - west of Brighton. 17 Feb 20 12.32pm Send a Private Message to Willo Add Willo as a friend

Originally posted by taylors lovechild

No, I think you're wrong. A club our size needs to be signing players as part of a long-term vision, with the next manager also fitting that vision. A big club can afford to bring in a manager and back their vision, but a club our size cannot. Furthermore, this current squad is not capable, in my opinion, of fighting another PL campaign without new additions. The age of the squad has become an issue both in terms of injuries and in more congested periods of the season when some players have started to look like they're struggling. Whether Roy stays or not we need to invest as aside from Norwich (who are clearly going down) every club has invested this season and will no doubt do the same this summer. Another season without investment and our odds of staying up would diminish further.


Our next opponents Newcastle were naÔve at times yesterday, but they have a very quick and athletic squad and personally I think as players like Saint-Maxim and Almiron mature they are only going to get better next season, while most of our squad will only move one step closer to retirement.

Newcastle's net spend this season is nearly £34 Mill,and they shelled out some £60 Mill on transfers which is a far cry from our spend.

 

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View Ginger Pubic Wig's Profile Ginger Pubic Wig Flag Wickham de L'Ouest 17 Feb 20 2.22pm Send a Private Message to Ginger Pubic Wig Add Ginger Pubic Wig as a friend

Originally posted by bexleydave

Certainly not the current mess that Palace is. I can't see anyone wanting the job, barring the terminally desperate.

is the easy answer. but seriously...look down the PL table...he has no viable career move.

You are right. We are a basket case. But I fancy our pruning of the wage bill here and there will have improved our finances no end.

So perhaps a new broom will get more £££ to spend than Roy. What's the point buying players for Roy? (is one way to think about it)

 

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View davehuggins's Profile davehuggins Flag 17 Feb 20 2.30pm Send a Private Message to davehuggins Add davehuggins as a friend

Stevie Gerrard has to be a shout, young ambitious??

 

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View Rudi Hedman's Profile Rudi Hedman Flag Caterham 17 Feb 20 2.37pm Send a Private Message to Rudi Hedman Add Rudi Hedman as a friend

Originally posted by davehuggins

Stevie Gerrard has to be a shout, young ambitious??

Youíd have to read Parishís mind on how heíll feel sacking Gerrard with Parish sharing some or most of the blame for the situation at point of sacking.

 


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View MonsterMunch's Profile MonsterMunch Flag Cambridge 17 Feb 20 2.54pm Send a Private Message to MonsterMunch Add MonsterMunch as a friend

Originally posted by taylors lovechild

No, I think you're wrong. A club our size needs to be signing players as part of a long-term vision, with the next manager also fitting that vision. A big club can afford to bring in a manager and back their vision, but a club our size cannot. Furthermore, this current squad is not capable, in my opinion, of fighting another PL campaign without new additions. The age of the squad has become an issue both in terms of injuries and in more congested periods of the season when some players have started to look like they're struggling. Whether Roy stays or not we need to invest as aside from Norwich (who are clearly going down) every club has invested this season and will no doubt do the same this summer. Another season without investment and our odds of staying up would diminish further.


Our next opponents Newcastle were naÔve at times yesterday, but they have a very quick and athletic squad and personally I think as players like Saint-Maxim and Almiron mature they are only going to get better next season, while most of our squad will only move one step closer to retirement.

I take your point but we have got ourselves into a position where we are in need of a fairly big overhaul in terms of quality of player and financial implications not your general end of season movement of players. Doing this with a Manager who will likely be gone in 12months does not make sense to me.

 

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Originally posted by Ginger Pubic Wig

is the easy answer. but seriously...look down the PL table...he has no viable career move.

You are right. We are a basket case. But I fancy our pruning of the wage bill here and there will have improved our finances no end.

So perhaps a new broom will get more £££ to spend than Roy. What's the point buying players for Roy? (is one way to think about it)

He would not play them anyway ?????

 


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View Willo's Profile Willo Flag South coast - west of Brighton. 17 Feb 20 7.41pm Send a Private Message to Willo Add Willo as a friend

Originally posted by susmik

He would not play them anyway ?????

If Hodgson secures our survival this season he will be cock of the walk, if we get relegated he will be a feather duster.

 

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View NEILLO's Profile NEILLO Flag Shoreham-by-Sea 17 Feb 20 9.14pm Send a Private Message to NEILLO Add NEILLO as a friend

People change their minds of course, but when I asked DF if asked would he take the managers job again he was adamant that he didnít want to go back into management.

Itís been reported that Hodgsonís looking for assurances that he will be provided with funds in the summer before signing a new contract but I donít see anything happening until the club are certain of which league they will be playing in next season.

And despite the state the club are in there will be no shortage of applicants should a vacancy arise for the managers job

 


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View Rudi Hedman's Profile Rudi Hedman Flag Caterham 18 Feb 20 7.49am Send a Private Message to Rudi Hedman Add Rudi Hedman as a friend

Originally posted by NEILLO

People change their minds of course, but when I asked DF if asked would he take the managers job again he was adamant that he didnít want to go back into management.

Itís been reported that Hodgsonís looking for assurances that he will be provided with funds in the summer before signing a new contract but I donít see anything happening until the club are certain of which league they will be playing in next season.

And despite the state the club are in there will be no shortage of applicants should a vacancy arise for the managers job

Sports Direct get a lot of applicants. Will the quality of our applicants be good enough? And Parish hasnít signed any managers that arenít either very well known or staring him in the face as obvious choices. Those have run out, along with the option to cover up messes with more money. Itís going to be interesting, or possibly more Hodgson ball with 3 defensive midfielders and one man in the box. None if Benteke is selected, or if he is has no idea where the teammate of however many years is going to deliver the ball by reading his body and the play. Thatís when or if the ball goes into a dangerous area once or maybe twice a match, fortnight or month.

 


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View scuffy's Profile scuffy Flag orpington 18 Feb 20 5.24pm Send a Private Message to scuffy Add scuffy as a friend

At least he has familiarity with this group of players since he signed half of them. It's probably the best option available to us if there's going to be limited investment going forward.

Originally posted by Chubskip

Second guessing the board, it's gonna be Dougie F again

 

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