I think last night wrote truth about their terrible investments transfer wise. McCormack bags two and they concede five. It just emphasizes that the money spent on him should have have spread around the team to make them more of a unit.
Instead they signed a striker for £11m, a load of strangers and blooded too much youth too early. They then let two keepers go and replace them with an error prone 38 year-old who wears pijamas.
Well fair enough, I think he combines humor and seriousness well which is a sign of a good writer I feel. He can write about deep subjects but also make people laugh a bit. For example Mockingbird and Just lose it.
I don't get these type of artists, I find that there ultimate goal is generally to make themselves look as flash and cool as possible. The only 'rappers' that I like are Eminem and Plan b.
Maybe Devlin also as I enjoy his lyrics, he has a song called Community outcast which is lyrically superb. These artists are genuine. I'm sure a lot of people would dislike what I enjoy. We're all different though.
Didn't he do a rant somewhere else not long ago and got booed? Never known many of his songs bar stronger, which is okay but thought it would be better if it was faster, harder and well a bit stronger. I don't like that type of music.
I'm just looking at some of the fixtures we've played so far and its struck me just how important having a settled team is. When I look at some teams we've played- Fulham, Birmingham, Millwall and Brighton they're all teams who have re-built over the last few months.
The rebuilding process we underwent was the few months Mick came in,he kept us up and then stamped his own identity on the side, so we're ahead. You can have as much money as you wish but having that continuity in selection bar slight tweaking and stability at board level is vital if we want to go anywhere.
I agree, I like him as a bloke but I think the jobs too big for him. He was managing in Norway before and lets be honest, its not the same. Reminds me of Stale Solbakken when he came to Wolves and even a bit like Hyypia at Brighton at the moment, nothing can prepare you for this league.
For this division you need a manager who has the know-how like our manager, or like a Kenny Jackett or Nigel Adkins for example, all very competent.
Would go along with the comments about it being the wrong job, its not the best environment for a young manager to go into and there's a lot to contend with.
To be honest I'm not convinced by Solskjaer as a manager at this level yet. I saw them at Blackburn first game and even though they got a point I thought they were terrible and they've not done a lot since.
I think Tan actually wants to back him but having spent so much he would naturally want to see some of return. Think him and Mackay just hated each other where as this is probably more of a footballing thing.
They have a very good squad for this level and a more experienced, proven manager could really do good things with them.
In a way its more impressive than a full on volley because Murphy had a bit of time to think about it, and with a defender about to close him down it would have been easy for him to try cut inside and play safe. Shows the confidence he is playing with at the moment.
It will be an intriguing game tonight, Hyypia seems to be playing a very attacking style with both wing backs pushing on. Think its important we press and get a foot hold in the game early. Brighton's strength is their offensive play and their weakness is defensive solidity so sitting back and soaking it up could bite us on the ar5e tonight. Get at them.