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Registered On: December 27, 2013
You might well be right, didn’t work so well down the road though.
I know getting an experienced manager means they’re a dead cert to save us but whoever they are will have a better chance than Cox.
Swann lumping the pressure on Cox to do it is asking far too much, he’s clearly way out of his depth. The currently style of play he’s probably relying in because he’s not tactically clued up enough to go any other way with the team struggling the way it is.
I don’t really blame Cox. This would be a hard enough job for the most experienced manager, nevermind a rookie.