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View kennybrowns leftfoot's Profile kennybrowns leftfoot Flag Reigate 18 Mar 23 10.45am Send a Private Message to kennybrowns leftfoot Add kennybrowns leftfoot as a friend

Originally posted by Mstrobez

If we hire someone who kept us up for 4 years on the bounce with a squad that had no right to be in the PL, for 11 games, to ensure survival, so we can regroup in the summer, youíll give up your season ticket.

Goodbye then.

Our fan base is honestly absurd at times.

Sorry?? We'd been in the Premiership for 4 seasons when Roy took over so how on earth did we have a squad that 'had no right to be in The Premier League'??

You're quite right our fan base is absurd at times.. Lots of people like yourself clearly just happy treading water and not interested in pushing on... Are you forgetting what Watford did last season? Got Roy in to steady the ship and save them and he was awful.

 


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Originally posted by fish mitten


I hope Parish has learned from his past mistakes. Stop gap managers just kick the can down the road. The manager needs to be given maximum time and appointed with enough time to gel a team together. The manager should be actively involved in recruitment. Players need to be bought in as early as possible not a bargain dash on deadline day. The squad needs to play preseason together, not half of them in one place and half in another.

Piss poor planning makes miss poor performance. Last summer was piss poor planning and we made minimum effort to rectify it in January.

Well clearly he hasn't, despite having 10 seasons practice to get it right. I don't think any decent manager worth his salt is going to touch this position, one look at Parish's history with previous managers, lack of funds for key transfers, and a middling to weak squad will tell any future incumbent what he needs to know. Then of course there are the desperadoes...

 

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View ASCPFC's Profile ASCPFC Flag Pro-Cathedral/caravan park 18 Mar 23 10.51am Send a Private Message to ASCPFC Add ASCPFC as a friend

Originally posted by kennybrowns leftfoot

Sorry?? We'd been in the Premiership for 4 seasons when Roy took over so how on earth did we have a squad that 'had no right to be in The Premier League'??

You're quite right our fan base is absurd at times.. Lots of people like yourself clearly just happy treading water and not interested in pushing on... Are you forgetting what Watford did last season? Got Roy in to steady the ship and save them and he was awful.

He was very poor and looked totally clueless. I don't want to slag him off too much but he was crap with us in the end. He kept us up but we were not going to do it again. Now, it's suddenly going to work? The more I think about it it, it's total bollox.

 


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View joe_cpfc's Profile joe_cpfc Flag Basingstoke 18 Mar 23 10.57am Send a Private Message to joe_cpfc Add joe_cpfc as a friend

Originally posted by PJEagle

Paddy might be a great PL in the making but has no PL experience, and Roy has lots of experience. Roy came last time to bail us out of a relegation slide and that's what we need now, avoiding relegation

I don't buy all that PL experience nonsense. He's a full grown man who's been in football at all levels for the majority of his life, he's not a kid. There's been plenty of good PL managers who never had PL experience once upon a time.
I agree we obviously need to avoid relegation but thats by sorting out the attacking side of things and there is nobody worse than Hodgson for that.

 

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View MonsterMunch's Profile MonsterMunch Flag Cambridge 18 Mar 23 11.13am Send a Private Message to MonsterMunch Add MonsterMunch as a friend

Can you imagine being a sub if/when Roy is manager again. They wonít even bother putting their boots on! Lol glory days coming back

 

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View Teddy Eagle's Profile Teddy Eagle Flag 18 Mar 23 11.19am Send a Private Message to Teddy Eagle Add Teddy Eagle as a friend

Originally posted by Eaglecoops

Ray Lewington as advisor would make more sense although Paddy has worked with all these guys for years and has a lot of experience himself. If he has fresh ideas then maybe they shouldnít be squashed by being exposed to old ones?

That's fair. Not necessarily Roy but someone experienced could help him out in the short term. Which could be all he gets.
At the moment we have 6 people in the medical team and 2 coaches (goalkeeping & youth).

 

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View CpfcWeTrust1's Profile CpfcWeTrust1 Flag 18 Mar 23 11.23am Send a Private Message to CpfcWeTrust1 Add CpfcWeTrust1 as a friend

This forums so ironic and baffling at times. So quite a few of you are singing Vieiras praises and suggesting leaving/turning in your season tickets if Roy gets the position for the last 10 games because its boring, awful football. Have I missed something here??? The last 10 games we've had under Vieira, Palace have scored 2 goals and haven't won a game. Not to mention a new record of zero shots in 3 games, the lack of any attacking threat or generally any threat... any cohesion or any semblance of a squad seen over the last 10 years. At least under Hodgson there was some grit there albeit not exciting football. If he keeps us up then good... another season to regroup again. I don't want Roy back but I am not delusional to the fact that Vieiras tenure hasn't been rosy and brilliant.

It's hypocritical to think its been marvelous under Vieira, it hasn't... the last 10 games have been some of the most gutless games I've seen.

Edited by CpfcWeTrust1 (18 Mar 2023 11.24am)

 

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View Rachid Rachid Rachid's Profile Rachid Rachid Rachid Flag 18 Mar 23 11.44am Send a Private Message to Rachid Rachid Rachid Add Rachid Rachid Rachid as a friend

Originally posted by CpfcWeTrust1

This forums so ironic and baffling at times. So quite a few of you are singing Vieiras praises and suggesting leaving/turning in your season tickets if Roy gets the position for the last 10 games because its boring, awful football. Have I missed something here??? The last 10 games we've had under Vieira, Palace have scored 2 goals and haven't won a game. Not to mention a new record of zero shots in 3 games, the lack of any attacking threat or generally any threat... any cohesion or any semblance of a squad seen over the last 10 years. At least under Hodgson there was some grit there albeit not exciting football. If he keeps us up then good... another season to regroup again. I don't want Roy back but I am not delusional to the fact that Vieiras tenure hasn't been rosy and brilliant.

It's hypocritical to think its been marvelous under Vieira, it hasn't... the last 10 games have been some of the most gutless games I've seen.

Edited by CpfcWeTrust1 (18 Mar 2023 11.24am)

Agree with this. The last few months has been the worst, most boring football.

The concern for me whoever comes in is that the team has massive holes in it (rather than the squad), they may be unfit, have a losing mentality and players actually not that good.

Edited by Rachid Rachid Rachid (18 Mar 2023 11.45am)

 

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View dreamwaverider's Profile dreamwaverider Flag London 18 Mar 23 11.58am Send a Private Message to dreamwaverider Add dreamwaverider as a friend

Parish must have thought he had hit the jackpot when Harris and Blitzer came on board. Sadly it wasn't to be. I don't understand those two billionaires. As I said early on and it has proven to be true, their hearts are just not in it. It has been a really bizarre investment and safe to say it's over.
What we need to move forward and upwards is a heavyweight deep pocketed investor who can see the benefit of owning the only big club in South London with a massive catchment area.
Neither H&B nor Textor would appear to be the ones. Is it them or what they find once they are in?

 

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View Davepalace707's Profile Davepalace707 Flag Northumberland 18 Mar 23 12.10pm Send a Private Message to Davepalace707 Add Davepalace707 as a friend

Originally posted by dreamwaverider

Parish must have thought he had hit the jackpot when Harris and Blitzer came on board. Sadly it wasn't to be. I don't understand those two billionaires. As I said early on and it has proven to be true, their hearts are just not in it. It has been a really bizarre investment and safe to say it's over.
What we need to move forward and upwards is a heavyweight deep pocketed investor who can see the benefit of owning the only big club in South London with a massive catchment area.
Neither H&B nor Textor would appear to be the ones. Is it them or what they find once they are in?

Youíve got to leverage the South London catchment area - Iím not sure how that works financially unless youíve got a massive stadium. We canít even get to 35,000. Online fan interest - I get that and thatís clearly the focal point of the big clubs, particularly reaching overseas. Weíre nowhere near that, we would have to compete on the pitch at that level and no oneís financing Palace to do that.

 

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View Eaglecoops's Profile Eaglecoops Flag CR3 18 Mar 23 12.12pm Send a Private Message to Eaglecoops Add Eaglecoops as a friend

Originally posted by CpfcWeTrust1

This forums so ironic and baffling at times. So quite a few of you are singing Vieiras praises and suggesting leaving/turning in your season tickets if Roy gets the position for the last 10 games because its boring, awful football. Have I missed something here??? The last 10 games we've had under Vieira, Palace have scored 2 goals and haven't won a game. Not to mention a new record of zero shots in 3 games, the lack of any attacking threat or generally any threat... any cohesion or any semblance of a squad seen over the last 10 years. At least under Hodgson there was some grit there albeit not exciting football. If he keeps us up then good... another season to regroup again. I don't want Roy back but I am not delusional to the fact that Vieiras tenure hasn't been rosy and brilliant.

It's hypocritical to think its been marvelous under Vieira, it hasn't... the last 10 games have been some of the most gutless games I've seen.

Edited by CpfcWeTrust1 (18 Mar 2023 11.24am)

I think you must have missed a lot of the match threads if you think we all thought things were rosy. The vision of Vieira whilst well meant and viewable in glimpses last season doesnít work without exactly the right players and we all know we canít afford them so the end result was in hindsight inevitable.

 

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View sydtheeagle's Profile sydtheeagle Flag England 18 Mar 23 12.28pm Send a Private Message to sydtheeagle Add sydtheeagle as a friend

Originally posted by CpfcWeTrust1

This forums so ironic and baffling at times. So quite a few of you are singing Vieiras praises and suggesting leaving/turning in your season tickets if Roy gets the position for the last 10 games because its boring, awful football.

Edited by CpfcWeTrust1 (18 Mar 2023 11.24am)

I sort of agree with you. This is my 52nd year at Selhurst Park and as I've said before, I support and watch Palace. Really, who we're playing, what division we're in, and the fact that we're crap don't really matter. Don't get me wrong; I want us to do well and I'd like to see us play entertaining football but either way, I'll be there and the negatives don't change how I feel about the club on an emotional level. I have plenty of strong opinions (as you all know), but I cannot imagine switching off and saying "enough"; I'm not coming to Selhurst anymore.

 


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