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PRP on the radio 18:37 - Jan 25 with 1854 viewsBLUEBEAT

Loved how he commented about the critics implying they know nothing but most of the criticism related to squad rotation policy which stopped at time the time results improved.

Terrible sentence and prose in general, but you get the gist.


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PRP on the radio on 18:38 - Jan 25 with 1821 viewsreusersfreekicks

PRP ffs give it a rest
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PRP on the radio on 18:56 - Jan 25 with 1745 viewsBLUEBEAT

PRP on the radio on 18:38 - Jan 25 by reusersfreekicks

PRP ffs give it a rest


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PRP on the radio on 19:12 - Jan 25 with 1659 viewsGeoffSentence

PRP on the radio on 18:56 - Jan 25 by BLUEBEAT

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I can't belive you have succumbed to Fisher's rather unsubtle marketing push.

In the 38 games in which ALB played in goal for us, we averaged 1.53 points per game which, had they been over the course of a single season, would have seen us challenging for the play offs. This at a time when we were otherwise struggling against relegation. Oh, and didn't Mick Mills have terrific posture.
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PRP on the radio on 19:25 - Jan 25 with 1621 viewsBLUEBEAT

PRP on the radio on 19:12 - Jan 25 by GeoffSentence

I can't belive you have succumbed to Fisher's rather unsubtle marketing push.


sorry

I don’t think *P* has mentioned his time in Germany for the last 2 pressers, to be fair...

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PRP on the radio on 08:26 - Jan 26 with 1302 viewsMillsey

He’s right most of you should stick to your day jobs
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PRP on the radio on 08:37 - Jan 26 with 1268 viewscharlie1

Yep. It seems that the collective tactical acumen of his critics has caused him to rethink his approach and bow to their greater knowledge.

I don’t know why we need a manager.
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PRP on the radio on 09:15 - Jan 26 with 1182 viewsHerbivore

He should show a bit more humility. When your captain and your boss have to remind you about the basics of your job in order for you to stop cocking it up the odds are you're not a footballing genius. Fair play to him for listening and finally doing what any capable manager ought to be doing, but sniping at those who could see he was ballsing it right up isn't all that helpful.

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PRP on the radio on 10:29 - Jan 26 with 1082 viewsNthQldITFC

PRP on the radio on 19:12 - Jan 25 by GeoffSentence

I can't belive you have succumbed to Fisher's rather unsubtle marketing push.


Just a fart from a tight hole, I think.

The only thing I know is that I might be wrong about everything else.
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PRP on the radio on 10:47 - Jan 26 with 1038 viewssundaze

PRP on the radio on 09:15 - Jan 26 by Herbivore

He should show a bit more humility. When your captain and your boss have to remind you about the basics of your job in order for you to stop cocking it up the odds are you're not a footballing genius. Fair play to him for listening and finally doing what any capable manager ought to be doing, but sniping at those who could see he was ballsing it right up isn't all that helpful.


"humility" not a word you could associate with any of our last five managers.
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PRP on the radio on 10:52 - Jan 26 with 1027 viewsHullblue

PRP on the radio on 09:15 - Jan 26 by Herbivore

He should show a bit more humility. When your captain and your boss have to remind you about the basics of your job in order for you to stop cocking it up the odds are you're not a footballing genius. Fair play to him for listening and finally doing what any capable manager ought to be doing, but sniping at those who could see he was ballsing it right up isn't all that helpful.


Did this meeting actually happen? I keep seeing people mention it but I never saw where it came from. Seems like the kind of thing the club would keep under wraps if it did occur.

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PRP on the radio on 10:58 - Jan 26 with 1006 viewssundaze

PRP on the radio on 10:52 - Jan 26 by Hullblue

Did this meeting actually happen? I keep seeing people mention it but I never saw where it came from. Seems like the kind of thing the club would keep under wraps if it did occur.


I'm guessing no. Evans gives Lambert a new long term contract, but then tells him that he isn't doing his job properly.
It will be interesting to hear from Phil on this.
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PRP on the radio on 11:04 - Jan 26 with 990 viewsHullblue

PRP on the radio on 10:58 - Jan 26 by sundaze

I'm guessing no. Evans gives Lambert a new long term contract, but then tells him that he isn't doing his job properly.
It will be interesting to hear from Phil on this.


Well yeah exactly. I can just about imagine Lambert calling the meeting to ask for honest feedback (although that in itself would show humility and intelligence), but the way people say it is as if Evans and Chambers collared him and told him what to do. Then Lambert just accepted it with a big thumbs up and a smile. Bizarre.

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PRP on the radio on 11:13 - Jan 26 with 962 viewsbluefunk

PRP on the radio on 10:47 - Jan 26 by sundaze

"humility" not a word you could associate with any of our last five managers.


Nor the vast majority of their critics
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PRP on the radio on 11:19 - Jan 26 with 950 viewsHerbivore

PRP on the radio on 10:52 - Jan 26 by Hullblue

Did this meeting actually happen? I keep seeing people mention it but I never saw where it came from. Seems like the kind of thing the club would keep under wraps if it did occur.


We know conversations took place between the players and Lambert with Chambers being the most vocal of the playing staff. I would imagine that Evans and Lambert spoke around the time his contract was agreed and let's remember that Evans released a public statement that contained hints that the approach needed to change. I find it harder to believe that Lambert fundamentally changed his approach very suddenly without prompting than to believe that his most senior player and captain as well as his boss had a bit of a word with him and that helped prompt the change of tack. Fair play to Lambert for taking it on board now, and if the only sulking he does is the odd dig in the press then I'm sure we can all live with that.

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PRP on the radio on 11:25 - Jan 26 with 935 viewsRyorry

PRP on the radio on 11:19 - Jan 26 by Herbivore

We know conversations took place between the players and Lambert with Chambers being the most vocal of the playing staff. I would imagine that Evans and Lambert spoke around the time his contract was agreed and let's remember that Evans released a public statement that contained hints that the approach needed to change. I find it harder to believe that Lambert fundamentally changed his approach very suddenly without prompting than to believe that his most senior player and captain as well as his boss had a bit of a word with him and that helped prompt the change of tack. Fair play to Lambert for taking it on board now, and if the only sulking he does is the odd dig in the press then I'm sure we can all live with that.


I thought Lambert said a while back that arriving at a settled side *for the second half of the season*, after spreading out the workload & getting the whole squad used to playing in league games in the first half of the season through the rotation policy, was always his plan.

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PRP on the radio on 11:26 - Jan 26 with 928 viewsRyorry

PRP on the radio on 09:15 - Jan 26 by Herbivore

He should show a bit more humility. When your captain and your boss have to remind you about the basics of your job in order for you to stop cocking it up the odds are you're not a footballing genius. Fair play to him for listening and finally doing what any capable manager ought to be doing, but sniping at those who could see he was ballsing it right up isn't all that helpful.


Maybe one day his critics will show a bit more humility.

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PRP on the radio on 11:29 - Jan 26 with 921 viewsHerbivore

PRP on the radio on 11:25 - Jan 26 by Ryorry

I thought Lambert said a while back that arriving at a settled side *for the second half of the season*, after spreading out the workload & getting the whole squad used to playing in league games in the first half of the season through the rotation policy, was always his plan.


No. He said he wanted everyone to be match fit but also repeatedly said that systems don't matter, which is odd as when we've used a settled system this season we've tended to do well. If you think this is all part of a master plan then good on you, but I don't see it.

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PRP on the radio on 17:17 - Jan 26 with 771 viewslmfcblue

PRP on the radio on 10:52 - Jan 26 by Hullblue

Did this meeting actually happen? I keep seeing people mention it but I never saw where it came from. Seems like the kind of thing the club would keep under wraps if it did occur.


Being locked in the changing room at Lincoln for an hour plus is when it all happened.
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