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Paul Hurst reflects on Ipswich's struggles and the club's future 12:56 - Jan 11 with 3214 viewsGavTWTD

https://www.skysports.com/football/news/11095/11604479/paul-hurst-reflects-on-ip

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Paul Hurst reflects on Ipswich's struggles and the club's future on 13:03 - Jan 11 with 2505 viewsiamipswich

Fair play, I think he speaks well.

Would have been easy for him to say he was harshly treated and wasn't given enough time etc.

He was a disaster but maybe will be a success elsewhere.

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Paul Hurst reflects on Ipswich's struggles and the club's future on 13:06 - Jan 11 with 2432 viewspositivity

surprisingly non-bitter, could easily have done a mick mccarthy and revelled in our struggles. sure he'll be a success again elsewhere
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Paul Hurst reflects on Ipswich's struggles and the club's future on 13:07 - Jan 11 with 2405 viewsagentp

Paul Hurst reflects on Ipswich's struggles and the club's future on 13:06 - Jan 11 by positivity

surprisingly non-bitter, could easily have done a mick mccarthy and revelled in our struggles. sure he'll be a success again elsewhere


You would be right if you weren't so wrong.
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Paul Hurst reflects on Ipswich's struggles and the club's future on 13:09 - Jan 11 with 2375 viewsBluefish

FOPH


Not quite the same ring to it as FORK but anyway still applies

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Paul Hurst reflects on Ipswich's struggles and the club's future on 13:10 - Jan 11 with 2346 viewshatch

“Paul has also brought more new faces to the club, which I would have liked to do in the January window.“ - the first 9 or 10 wasn’t enough then? (Well clearly not in hindsight)

Also, he (or the reporter) have managed to get a pre season trip to Spain confused with Portugal somehow.
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Paul Hurst reflects on Ipswich's struggles and the club's future on 13:11 - Jan 11 with 2343 viewsDevereuxxx

This interview just reinforces the point that a lack of someone behind Paul Hurst, such as an experienced Director of Football with input on transfers and the squad, was missing. Hurst was given too much power.

The quote "we lost Garner and Waghorn" is particularly jarring. Any DoF worth their salt knows you don't let too many experienced players leave in 1 window - whether they want to leave or not. They have contracts and it's up to the club to say "look, we need you to stay". And then this was followed by the naivety to replace them with lower league players.

I think Hurst will probably give it a good go at another club, but here he was given free-reign despite being unproven at this level. You can't blame him for trying to install his way of thinking around training, transfers, personnel - at least he has pretty much acknowledged it didn't work.
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Paul Hurst reflects on Ipswich's struggles and the club's future on 13:11 - Jan 11 with 2320 viewsITFC_Aylesbury

For a man who doesn't believe in excuses, I'm reading a lot of excuses here!
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Paul Hurst reflects on Ipswich's struggles and the club's future on 13:16 - Jan 11 with 2254 viewsSitfcB

Paul Hurst reflects on Ipswich's struggles and the club's future on 13:10 - Jan 11 by hatch

“Paul has also brought more new faces to the club, which I would have liked to do in the January window.“ - the first 9 or 10 wasn’t enough then? (Well clearly not in hindsight)

Also, he (or the reporter) have managed to get a pre season trip to Spain confused with Portugal somehow.


He wanted to go to Portugal to play a couple of games but ended up with a warm weather training camp in Spain.

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Paul Hurst reflects on Ipswich's struggles and the club's future on 13:21 - Jan 11 with 2143 viewshatch

Paul Hurst reflects on Ipswich's struggles and the club's future on 13:16 - Jan 11 by SitfcB

He wanted to go to Portugal to play a couple of games but ended up with a warm weather training camp in Spain.


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Paul Hurst reflects on Ipswich's struggles and the club's future on 13:22 - Jan 11 with 2129 viewshatch

Paul Hurst reflects on Ipswich's struggles and the club's future on 13:16 - Jan 11 by SitfcB

He wanted to go to Portugal to play a couple of games but ended up with a warm weather training camp in Spain.


Also, the report states we actually ended up in Portugal.
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Paul Hurst reflects on Ipswich's struggles and the club's future on 13:22 - Jan 11 with 2114 viewsPJH

Paul Hurst reflects on Ipswich's struggles and the club's future on 13:06 - Jan 11 by positivity

surprisingly non-bitter, could easily have done a mick mccarthy and revelled in our struggles. sure he'll be a success again elsewhere


Please attach the link to where Mick McCarthy revel's in our troubles.
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Paul Hurst reflects on Ipswich's struggles and the club's future on 13:29 - Jan 11 with 2019 viewsSwansea_Blue

Paul Hurst reflects on Ipswich's struggles and the club's future on 13:11 - Jan 11 by ITFC_Aylesbury

For a man who doesn't believe in excuses, I'm reading a lot of excuses here!


I like what he said, but he couldn't walk the talk in the time he was here. Much like Lambert in that regard so far.

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Paul Hurst reflects on Ipswich's struggles and the club's future on 13:35 - Jan 11 with 1941 viewsITFC_Forever

The reporter has missed the point... Lambert has only gained the number of points he has due to the dross Hurst left him with.

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Paul Hurst reflects on Ipswich's struggles and the club's future on 13:41 - Jan 11 with 1831 viewsFrimleyBlue

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Paul Hurst reflects on Ipswich's struggles and the club's future on 13:43 - Jan 11 with 1819 viewsartsbossbeard

Paul Hurst reflects on Ipswich's struggles and the club's future on 13:41 - Jan 11 by FrimleyBlue

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Carry on.

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Paul Hurst reflects on Ipswich's struggles and the club's future on 13:43 - Jan 11 with 1815 viewsbraveblue

Got to respect the way he handled that. I still think the quality we lost was more down to Evans cashing in than Hurst wanting to get rid.
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Paul Hurst reflects on Ipswich's struggles and the club's future on 13:50 - Jan 11 with 1740 viewsJ2BLUE

Hurst clearly doesn't think that the current situation is his fault. I disagree. Odd that Lambert is being talked about in the media as if he is failing too when really he inherited a rubbish side that had a losing mentality. Even after this window it will be a squad full of loans etc to try and get out of this situation. Lambert can't really be judged until next Christmas IMO if he stays. This window has tied his hands. I hope he stays and gets the chance to build his own team.

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Paul Hurst reflects on Ipswich's struggles and the club's future on 13:53 - Jan 11 with 1688 viewsartsbossbeard

Paul Hurst reflects on Ipswich's struggles and the club's future on 13:43 - Jan 11 by braveblue

Got to respect the way he handled that. I still think the quality we lost was more down to Evans cashing in than Hurst wanting to get rid.


Show us your working outs, Rachel Riley.

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Paul Hurst reflects on Ipswich's struggles and the club's future on 13:57 - Jan 11 with 1643 viewshoppy

Paul Hurst reflects on Ipswich's struggles and the club's future on 13:53 - Jan 11 by artsbossbeard

Show us your working outs, Rachel Riley.


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Paul Hurst reflects on Ipswich's struggles and the club's future on 13:58 - Jan 11 with 1622 viewsBluefish

Paul Hurst reflects on Ipswich's struggles and the club's future on 13:57 - Jan 11 by hoppy

You want to see Rachel Riley working out? oh go on then... if we must see that kind of thing...


Alright mate calm down KJ has only been away a day. You need to pace yourself

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Paul Hurst reflects on Ipswich's struggles and the club's future on 14:01 - Jan 11 with 1594 viewshoppy

"Even so, Ipswich's subsequent struggles suggest that the problems run far deeper than the manager. Since owner Marcus Evans brought in Paul Lambert, a man with the Championship experience that Hurst lacked, they have picked up only six points from the last 12 games."

Strange how he got rid of loads and brought in loads of lower quality players and the subsequent continuing struggles suggest it's not the manager that did that to blame really, isn't it when his replacement isn't able to pick up many points with a squad he can't strengthen at least until January...

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Paul Hurst reflects on Ipswich's struggles and the club's future on 14:02 - Jan 11 with 1576 viewshoppy

Paul Hurst reflects on Ipswich's struggles and the club's future on 13:58 - Jan 11 by Bluefish

Alright mate calm down KJ has only been away a day. You need to pace yourself


Ha... Monday she went back in, to be fair.

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Paul Hurst reflects on Ipswich's struggles and the club's future on 14:02 - Jan 11 with 1574 viewsartsbossbeard

Paul Hurst reflects on Ipswich's struggles and the club's future on 14:01 - Jan 11 by hoppy

"Even so, Ipswich's subsequent struggles suggest that the problems run far deeper than the manager. Since owner Marcus Evans brought in Paul Lambert, a man with the Championship experience that Hurst lacked, they have picked up only six points from the last 12 games."

Strange how he got rid of loads and brought in loads of lower quality players and the subsequent continuing struggles suggest it's not the manager that did that to blame really, isn't it when his replacement isn't able to pick up many points with a squad he can't strengthen at least until January...


I don't understand why people can't understand this. Understand?

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Paul Hurst reflects on Ipswich's struggles and the club's future on 14:03 - Jan 11 with 1557 viewswkj

He actually sounds failry human here, worth a punt?

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Paul Hurst reflects on Ipswich's struggles and the club's future on 14:07 - Jan 11 with 1507 viewsfactual_blue

Paul Hurst reflects on Ipswich's struggles and the club's future on 13:57 - Jan 11 by hoppy

You want to see Rachel Riley working out? oh go on then... if we must see that kind of thing...


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