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Registered On: January 3, 2014
Thing is that this could have been posted last winter, or indeed the winter before that.
There’s no guarantee that if we change managers yet again the new incumbent can do any better than Cox given the players he has available. If Swann waits until after the Grimsby game that leaves just one week of the transfer window for a new manager to be appointed and to bring in additional players. We know how that went last January!
It ain’t going to happen. Even if Cox is sacked I’d expect Swann to put Russ back in charge again and the merry-go-round turns full circle.
Dismissing Cox and Lillis means another managerial payoff. Something we can’t afford especially if we need another striker. which we desperately do!
So I’m afraid it’s a bloody mess. I don’t think Neil is solely responsible for our on field failures because it clearly goes back beyond his appointment.