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Registered On: July 20, 2015
The way we are not working as a team is surely down to the way Cox is setting them up, the team selection and his lack of experience in getting the team to score points. If I was the manager, would be pulling my hair out with the goal keeping coach, he is stnding next to him as we are letting goal after goal because Howard will not leave his goal line for crosses into the GOAL AREA, and then we witnessed that bollack on Tuesday when he left his line and trotted out to the edge of the penalty area and then did not klear the ball, probably because he got lost by never visiting that strange location, the guy is a complete joke, and Watson must be sitting on the bench thinking “am I actually worse that Howard????”.
So with a team having no experienced management on the side lines, no centre forwards, and a bloody clown in between the goal posts what chance have we got of staying in League football, I think that we all know the answer to that!! The time has well gone when we stopped saying “he needs time”, “he inherited a poor squad of players”, “the club cannot keep sacking managers” (they wouldn’t need to if they set on the right man). So do we keep them in charge until we are in the National League, or do we take one mpre chance by setting on a decent manager, but Swann need advice on this, because he has decided on all these failures. The only good thing with this season, is that we do not have to sit in the Cluggy watching it, Christ I always leave at the 86th min stage, but I would be gone by the hour mark this season.