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24 Nov 2019 00:18:15
Been some time since i posted on this sight, as some kind person took the p.s. in respect of my spelling, even, though i had explained my dyslexia, that said, i have the right to an opinion, regardless of my poor spelling.

Moyes is a good manager, but the manner of his parting was so disrespectful (without rehashing all the details) that surely to reinstate him should be out of the question and, i know we are in a difficult situation, and Silver has to go, but this has been coming for some time, surely the board must have anticipated this situation and have a contingency plan in place.

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24 Nov 2019 01:14:02
Yours is like the Queens English, compared to some of my posts Jcw, you carry on posting mate.

If Moyes was coming, then I am sure it would have been done tonight so for me that rules Moyes out.

Without repeating myself, the only conclusion I can come up with is we are waiting for the Chinese league to finish next week, then make a move for Benitez.

I know I will get a will not happen but that is my valid opinion.

24 Nov 2019 08:16:24
Welcome back JCW don't worry about the spelling mate.
I can't see him lasting the week, surely Moshiri and Brands have already got a shortlist of names.
Bignev if Benitez was coming next week they would surely still sack Silva this week. If Silva flukes a win against Leicester they wouldn't be able to sack him so now is the ideal circumstances to get rid.

24 Nov 2019 11:02:34
My xmas wish, Silva gone and rafa in.

24 Nov 2019 12:00:48
Their is only one objective left this season and that is to avoid relegation. We have to do that with the players we have at present plus maybe one or two additions in January. Not sure changing Silva for a Moyes or Hughes type is going to improve our chances of staying up or not. Silva has to go but the big question is "When". Results over the next few weeks and the availability of replacements will dictate that decision. Unfortunately over the past couple of years the decision making by Moshiri and the board has been pretty abysmal so I can't see much hope that this will change. As well as Silva going a complete restructuring of the club from top to bottom is required with some experienced football people recruited to guide Moshiri and the board in their decision making. The next managerial appointment will give us some indication of at least the desire to make the necessary changes. Bring in Moyes and we will know that the "old firm" is still in charge.

25 Nov 2019 11:19:25
Smit, that is why I was saying bringing a Unsworth in short term, might be the reason for this, if a Unsworth is made caretaker.





 

 

 
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