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Registered On: December 27, 2013
To be fair to Cox he may become a decent enough manager given time but we haven’t got time. In my opinion to get the best out of what we have “which isn’t a great deal” we at least need an experienced manager to extract every bit they can.
Cox has them playing so negative it looks to me like the attacking players have lost the will to live.
There’s much wrong at this football, mostly caused by Swann. Signing an inexperienced manager from day one to guise a rag tag squad like this was asking a lot to start with.
I know we keep saying “me included” that we can’t keep sacking managers but we seriously need an experienced head at the helm to give us the best chance of staying up.
Cox is way out of his depth. An experienced manager would be severally tested, never mind a rookie. Asking far too much and Cox doesn’t/won’t have the first idea of how to guise us to safety.
I don’t know who’s out there manager wise but we need to appoint somebody preferably who’s guided a team through relegation battles and survived.
No doubt that’s not a cast iron certainty it’s going to be profitable but if we don’t look down that route, I feel we’ll go down with Cox in charge.
Playing like we are doing, so negatively is asking for trouble.
People may disagree but that’s only my opinion.