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Woolfenden interview quite telling 22:23 - Jan 9 with 3827 viewstractorboy1978

Clearly frustrated and biting his tongue a bit. Has a dig about instructions from the sidelines, poor goals conceded and people needing to stop talking and start doing it on the pitch.
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Woolfenden interview quite telling on 22:38 - Jan 9 with 3229 viewsParisBlue

That's him out of the team next week then....

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Woolfenden interview quite telling on 22:58 - Jan 9 with 3026 viewsunstableblue

Whilst clearly Lambert is not coaching effective systems of play into the team to fall back onto when they’re low in confidence, under the cosh or under par

BUT, I really did not take The Wolf’s comments as anti management and the sidelines.

It was a statement that the players are just on it or working hard enough, but grabbing the game or being responsible.

As stated earlier energy, urgency, and endeavour seem to have left the club during Marcus’ reign.

Manager has a massive part to play, but buck stops with the players when the whistle goes

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Woolfenden interview quite telling on 23:02 - Jan 9 with 2984 viewsTrequartista

Quite liked that interview. Stumbling and not particularly eloquent, but off the cuff instead of the usual shallow platitudes and clearly cares about results.

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Woolfenden interview quite telling on 23:11 - Jan 9 with 2888 viewsdeliasplums

TBH, I can’t believe they’ve put that out. It’s clearly not a happy ship and this just throws more fuel on the smouldering discontent. It’s not Woolfy’s fault, he was just answering the questions but I’m amazed anyone thought it was a good interview to publish.
Pleased they did though...

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Woolfenden interview quite telling on 07:34 - Jan 10 with 2305 viewsgainsboroughblue

Woolfenden interview quite telling on 23:11 - Jan 9 by deliasplums

TBH, I can’t believe they’ve put that out. It’s clearly not a happy ship and this just throws more fuel on the smouldering discontent. It’s not Woolfy’s fault, he was just answering the questions but I’m amazed anyone thought it was a good interview to publish.
Pleased they did though...


That interview alone just screams to me that this club needs intervention now, before it slides out of control into further oblivion.

Players are not happy.
Surely Lambert can't be.

And still Evans allows it to continue.

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Woolfenden interview quite telling on 08:07 - Jan 10 with 2162 viewslazyblue

Woolfenden interview quite telling on 07:34 - Jan 10 by gainsboroughblue

That interview alone just screams to me that this club needs intervention now, before it slides out of control into further oblivion.

Players are not happy.
Surely Lambert can't be.

And still Evans allows it to continue.


Your right about Lambert , obviously he is still ill from COVID but he hasn’t looked happy all season and just going through the motions at the moment. The club needs a new spark right now as players are good enough if moulded correctly.
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Woolfenden interview quite telling on 08:20 - Jan 10 with 2091 viewsChurchman

Woolfenden interview quite telling on 07:34 - Jan 10 by gainsboroughblue

That interview alone just screams to me that this club needs intervention now, before it slides out of control into further oblivion.

Players are not happy.
Surely Lambert can't be.

And still Evans allows it to continue.


Evans allows it to continue because he’s perfectly content with the way things are. If he wasn't he’d do something about it.

As for Woolfenden, heard it all before. The pattern for the club seems to be do the minimum trailing around the pitch aimlessly after the opposition, shake hands and have a good laugh with the winners, PL or his stooge then waffle out a few excuses after the game, followed by this weeks player of choice ambling out for a few ‘we must do better’ mumblings. I presume the players draw lots for the task.

They really don’t need to bother.
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Woolfenden interview quite telling on 09:22 - Jan 10 with 1778 viewsGlasgowBlue

Was Woolfie even on the pitch yesterday? I can’t recall hearing his name once.

That’s our preferred central defence paring who played yesterday. You’d expect the pair of them to have had the Swindon strikers in their pockets. Instead they had the freedom to play in our defensive third of the pitch.

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Woolfenden interview quite telling on 09:26 - Jan 10 with 1759 viewsbobbyramsey

Woolfenden interview quite telling on 23:02 - Jan 9 by Trequartista

Quite liked that interview. Stumbling and not particularly eloquent, but off the cuff instead of the usual shallow platitudes and clearly cares about results.


Where is this interview?
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Woolfenden interview quite telling on 09:47 - Jan 10 with 1632 viewsCheltenham_Blue

Woolfenden interview quite telling on 09:26 - Jan 10 by bobbyramsey

Where is this interview?


Some of it here. But I assume it went out on iFollow?

https://www.eadt.co.uk/sport/ipswich-town/luke-woolfenden-on-ipswich-town-v-swin
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Woolfenden interview quite telling on 09:50 - Jan 10 with 1587 viewsBluefish

Woolfenden interview quite telling on 22:58 - Jan 9 by unstableblue

Whilst clearly Lambert is not coaching effective systems of play into the team to fall back onto when they’re low in confidence, under the cosh or under par

BUT, I really did not take The Wolf’s comments as anti management and the sidelines.

It was a statement that the players are just on it or working hard enough, but grabbing the game or being responsible.

As stated earlier energy, urgency, and endeavour seem to have left the club during Marcus’ reign.

Manager has a massive part to play, but buck stops with the players when the whistle goes


He literally said they should ignore the instructions from the sidelines and play their own game!

He also made comments about shouting in the dressing room that seemed to imply that it was being ignored and not helping

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Woolfenden interview quite telling on 09:51 - Jan 10 with 1605 viewsCheltenham_Blue

Woolfenden interview quite telling on 09:26 - Jan 10 by bobbyramsey

Where is this interview?


Here - https://www.itfc.co.uk/ifollow/latest-videos/

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Woolfenden interview quite telling on 10:00 - Jan 10 with 1520 viewsBlue_badge

Woolfenden interview quite telling on 09:51 - Jan 10 by Cheltenham_Blue

Here - https://www.itfc.co.uk/ifollow/latest-videos/


Thanks for pointing us to the IFollow video - it's far more revealing than the EADT edit...
Obviously more clarity and effective coaching needed - is that suddenly going to happen under PL?
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Woolfenden interview quite telling on 10:02 - Jan 10 with 1504 viewsStokieBlue

He looks like he wants to cry.

Surprised he didn't just lose it on camera.

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Woolfenden interview quite telling on 10:03 - Jan 10 with 1500 viewsDanTheMan

Woolfenden interview quite telling on 09:51 - Jan 10 by Cheltenham_Blue

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Fecking hell, he sounds like he's hit rock bottom.

Like others I'm kind of amazed they've put this out.
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Woolfenden interview quite telling on 10:04 - Jan 10 with 1484 viewsDanTheMan

Woolfenden interview quite telling on 10:02 - Jan 10 by StokieBlue

He looks like he wants to cry.

Surprised he didn't just lose it on camera.

SB


I'm struggling to think of any time I've seen an interview with a player that's like this.

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Woolfenden interview quite telling on 10:07 - Jan 10 with 1453 viewsStokieBlue

Woolfenden interview quite telling on 10:04 - Jan 10 by DanTheMan

I'm struggling to think of any time I've seen an interview with a player that's like this.


Maybe the only way we can see the back of Lambert now is a players revolt.

I hate it when that happens but at the moment I'd take anything.

You could see from the studio Cook would jump at the role.

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“You may not feel outstandingly robust, but if you are an average-sized adult you will contain within your modest frame no less than 7 X 10^18 joules of potential energy—enough to explode with the force of thirty very large hydrogen bombs, assuming you knew how to liberate it and really wished to make a point."

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Woolfenden interview quite telling on 10:08 - Jan 10 with 1436 viewsKeno

Woolfenden interview quite telling on 10:04 - Jan 10 by DanTheMan

I'm struggling to think of any time I've seen an interview with a player that's like this.


oh dear that made me want to cry

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Woolfenden interview quite telling on 10:09 - Jan 10 with 1430 viewsDanTheMan

Woolfenden interview quite telling on 10:07 - Jan 10 by StokieBlue

Maybe the only way we can see the back of Lambert now is a players revolt.

I hate it when that happens but at the moment I'd take anything.

You could see from the studio Cook would jump at the role.

SB


It's just so frustrating. This season can still be saved if we bring someone in pronto but he just won't do it until it's way too late.

Cook or Cowleys (I'd probably go for the latter). They won't be available forever.

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Woolfenden interview quite telling on 10:10 - Jan 10 with 1423 viewsfooters

Woolfenden interview quite telling on 09:51 - Jan 10 by Cheltenham_Blue

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Bloody hell. Poor Woolfy, lad sounds distraught.

But oh well. Nothing will change, it never does here.

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Woolfenden interview quite telling on 10:16 - Jan 10 with 1372 viewsHerbivore

Woolfenden interview quite telling on 09:51 - Jan 10 by Cheltenham_Blue

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That's a pretty extraordinary interview.

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Woolfenden interview quite telling on 10:23 - Jan 10 with 1304 viewsGlasgowBlue

Woolfenden interview quite telling on 09:50 - Jan 10 by Bluefish

He literally said they should ignore the instructions from the sidelines and play their own game!

He also made comments about shouting in the dressing room that seemed to imply that it was being ignored and not helping


I took it as being that players can’t just rely on instructions from the side and need to take some responsibility themselves and play.

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Woolfenden interview quite telling on 10:25 - Jan 10 with 1285 viewstextbackup

Woolfenden interview quite telling on 09:50 - Jan 10 by Bluefish

He literally said they should ignore the instructions from the sidelines and play their own game!

He also made comments about shouting in the dressing room that seemed to imply that it was being ignored and not helping


He sounds completely dejected and as if he and many other players are giving up.

I love how he’s about to go on one, thinks about it, laughs, then goes back to media training and says the lines he should say to please all

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Woolfenden interview quite telling on 10:26 - Jan 10 with 1281 viewsbraveblue

Both full backs for example. Supposed to be hardened experience pros. Chambers cost us two goals and Ward was shambolic. The dummy he fell for was like watching schoolboy football.
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Woolfenden interview quite telling on 10:30 - Jan 10 with 1230 viewsBluefish

Woolfenden interview quite telling on 10:23 - Jan 10 by GlasgowBlue

I took it as being that players can’t just rely on instructions from the side and need to take some responsibility themselves and play.


Bizarre comments for a footballer and completely taking away the need for a highly paid manager. It shows no faith in PL

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