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dillydilly

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Re: Lynn lose to Curzon.
« Reply #15 on: January 24, 2024, 08:28:55 PM »
Nearly all managers are sacked in the end. Neville, Gerrard, Rooney, Mourinho, etc, although Gerrard’s is in the waiting room.  Message to SC.  Grateful for your efforts and deep pockets in lifting the club to its highest ever level.  But all Chairmen, even indeed fans, hear words and phrases in the interview like, eg, “Character, Workrate, Fitness, Strength, Target Man, Putting in a shift, etc., etc., etc…. cliches of which only apply as the main qualities of teams likely to be in a relegation battle for months.  Footballers with ability, speed off the mark, and elusive playing styles win matches.  I suspect Messi strolling around the pitch between movements of match-winning genius would bring howls of derision from terraces, never mind Barrett!!!  Absolutely no idea where the club goes from here….

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Re: Lynn lose to Curzon.
« Reply #16 on: January 25, 2024, 10:48:19 AM »
 :glum: Just realised we are playing the wrong team after the last few hoof it and hope games at the Walks. We need goalie 4 in the back line who can hoof it up the field we are good at that and 6 forwards who can run around like idiots chasing long balls going anywhere. At least that way we might get possession up front and get a chance to score

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Re: Lynn lose to Curzon.
« Reply #17 on: January 25, 2024, 12:09:03 PM »
First half nothing stuck when we played it forward and Curzon just mopped up quite easily and we were then on the backfoot each time.

After the break AL decided  to throw Coulson up top as part of a three chucking howitzer’s at him to flick on.   Is that really where we as a full time Club are at ?  As soon as Curzon stepped up out of 2nd gear and scored their 4th then that plan was scrapped.

Have to wonder what the players opinion on Lakeland is.  How many fancy putting it in too keep him in a job and how many think the guy is not for them ?

Perhaps more will be revealed on Saturday.  Another humiliating home defeat and surely it’s game over .
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Re: Lynn lose to Curzon.
« Reply #18 on: January 25, 2024, 12:31:37 PM »


Have to wonder what the players opinion on Lakeland is.  How many fancy putting it in too keep him in a job and how many think the guy is not for them ?



That's a good point and not one that's been made before.

IF, he has lost the confidence of the players, then there's probably no way back for him.

When Clarke was here, it was fairly obvious that the first people to realise something was badly wrong were the players themselves.
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