Blue1 - respect your opinion. Transfer window opened 1 July though. Take Varney out of the equation and whichever way you look at it more players left than signed. I'm talking wages saved of course. Tabb was being paid by the club and isn't now for example.
Carberry - assume up are well aware that Evans bought the then debt for an absolute fraction? Debt exists on paper only. Any sale would yield a large profit, particularly considering the interest payments already claimed and cashing in on assets.
Yes Leeds deserved the win! Now where do you go about making the squad you have assembled winning a game? Firstly have a shot on target! Don't say you're playing 4-3-3 when its clearly 4-5-1. Be honest and let the fans know your objectives? Aiming for 7th is not good enough. We have a squad well capable of top 6! Play that team and stop trying to be a tactical genius cos you're not. 2 or 3 wins on the bounce and we're in the mix. pull your finger out. It's boring watching and following at the moment, you must know that. In MM I trust but how frustrating
Hard game Tues. of coarse Brighton won today !!!! then another hard game Sat.??? We just cannot afford to lose those two please How is it these teams change there managers and after a few games they set the league alight ???? where as we seem get the Dross (Kean, jewell, and now McCarthy) been in this division 15yrs and it looks as though we will never get out ??? Notice up the road are top now
That's it for me..I have had enough under this manager who should have walked after the Portsmouth FA Cup fiasco. Too stubborn to change and admit he has bungled it, awful awful football, out of the cups cos he bottles it, young players not given a remote chance, players intentionally played out of position and ruined by his tactical acumen i.e Sears and Chambers and still persisting on playing them in the wrong positions...there is a terrible stench about the club. My 14 year son stopped last season for the turgid and dull "football" played, if you can call it football that is. No,I'm off and I'll come back when this one trick pony has gone...we are awful, simply awful..this style of football went out with the penny farthing..
Definition of madness. Doing the same thing repeatedly and expecting change. On that basis men in white coats coming for MM. He is killing this club which I have followed with a passion since my first game a 3-2 win over Burnley in 1968. He is thick, stubborn patronising, and so far out of his depth in the modern era
Can't see anything getting better any time soon and can't see us getting rid of McCarthy.
Couldn't agree more with everyone's comments on here tonight.
I've defended Mick for a long time, but now I am sick to the bone like most. Boring, dross football. I'd rather watch us play an entertaining style and shift the ball rather than pump it forward and pray we pinch a scrappy win. Thing is, we look very ugly in victory and even uglier in defeat.
Its like a broken record we are repeating our comments every week how much more of this trash have we to put up with.Our manager has lost the plot never had it in my view only going down with this rubbish.Im not looking for much in asking my team to play football win,lose,or draw and if we do go down go bloody down playing the game the way it should..
E don't need anyone to buy us we just need a manager less stubborn who will admit they have made mistakes and try to change things rather than prove they know all and clutch at scraps when things luckily happen to go right or just go with done shred if dignity luke Jewell did and let someone else have a go . Lit of good managers out of jobs at present
Firstly well done to all the Town fans at Elland Road today. It's been a long journey home. Why we keep going away to watch this awful football I do not know. It was a poor display but no poorer than most of our football away from home now days. The problem I have with changing the manager is that most of our players are not good enough to play the football Eutopia we all want. Some of the passing and ball control today was appalling. Mick has been building a team now over a number of years to play his brand of football. God knows where we go from here. No one will buy us with the ME debt. I'm going to have a beer, watch some proper football on MOTD and start looking forward to Brighton on Tuesday. COYB
Next three games are as important for MM as he has ever had at the club, if there's no progress, although I like to stick by managers, something would have to change, maximum under MM will have been reached.
Cakeman, I respect your optimism but I don't see anyone taking on a debt of £85M with a mid-table Championship team going nowhere, when it is so difficult to get out of the league and every season bigger clubs with greater disposable income fall into it. Aston Villa were bought for about £75M and Leeds about £24M - would anyone pay more than that for us, a small town club, for the possibility of a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow?