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Would losing today be the tipping point? 07:16 - Jan 16 with 1705 viewsbobbyramsey

What outcome do we want?
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Would losing today be the tipping point? on 07:22 - Jan 16 with 1237 viewsChurchman

I doubt it. In any case, despite loathing Lambert and the shambles the club is, I have always wanted them to win and to win well. That includes today.
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Would losing today be the tipping point? on 07:25 - Jan 16 with 1229 viewsTheJam

Postponed

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Would losing today be the tipping point? on 07:32 - Jan 16 with 1209 viewsbobbyramsey

Would losing today be the tipping point? on 07:22 - Jan 16 by Churchman

I doubt it. In any case, despite loathing Lambert and the shambles the club is, I have always wanted them to win and to win well. That includes today.


Short term gratification vs long term benefit?
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Would losing today be the tipping point? on 07:35 - Jan 16 with 1203 viewsChurchman

Would losing today be the tipping point? on 07:32 - Jan 16 by bobbyramsey

Short term gratification vs long term benefit?


I know, agree and believe me I’ve thought about it. But I don’t think I could do it.
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Would losing today be the tipping point? on 08:00 - Jan 16 with 1152 viewsbrogansnose

I think that we've gone past so many tipping points that its got ' if not now, when?' and the probability is that that in Evans eyes it will be when its approaching numerically impossible to get promoted. Even then I have my doubts.




A win because I always want us to win and a loss wouldn't get him the tin tac.
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Would losing today be the tipping point? on 08:35 - Jan 16 with 1095 viewsGuthrum

Would losing today be the tipping point? on 08:00 - Jan 16 by brogansnose

I think that we've gone past so many tipping points that its got ' if not now, when?' and the probability is that that in Evans eyes it will be when its approaching numerically impossible to get promoted. Even then I have my doubts.




A win because I always want us to win and a loss wouldn't get him the tin tac.


Agree, altho it would set my teeth on edge if a scraped win against the team bottom of the table was then touted as the mythical 'green shoots'.

Fair enough if we play fluently and beat them convincingly. But there isn't a lot to speak about positively otherwise.

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Would losing today be the tipping point? on 08:55 - Jan 16 with 1038 viewsColchesterBlue1985

If a defeat guaranteed him going and never setting foot in PR ever again then I’d take the loss and move on after all regardless of what happens today we all know the outcome of the next few games. The worry is we will lose today and then lose the next 2/3 and still no action is taken. He cannot be far away from losing his job surely!!!
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Would losing today be the tipping point? on 09:01 - Jan 16 with 995 viewsBluefish

Would losing today be the tipping point? on 08:00 - Jan 16 by brogansnose

I think that we've gone past so many tipping points that its got ' if not now, when?' and the probability is that that in Evans eyes it will be when its approaching numerically impossible to get promoted. Even then I have my doubts.




A win because I always want us to win and a loss wouldn't get him the tin tac.


Quite

Today doesn't really make a great deal of difference. A win or a defeat doesn't change how poor Lambert is. He is here until whenever tbe break clause is and he won't take us up regardless of if we win today and we won't sack him if we lose today

It is a slow painful death

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Would losing today be the tipping point? on 09:10 - Jan 16 with 967 viewsPinewoodblue

Would losing today be the tipping point? on 09:01 - Jan 16 by Bluefish

Quite

Today doesn't really make a great deal of difference. A win or a defeat doesn't change how poor Lambert is. He is here until whenever tbe break clause is and he won't take us up regardless of if we win today and we won't sack him if we lose today

It is a slow painful death


Doesn’t seem much chance of postponement, about the only result no one would moan about.

For me the only thing that would hasten Lamberts departure, or him being told to stay away and recover from Covid, would be signs of a split between the players which would highlight how out of touch he, and his senior coaching staff, are.

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Would losing today be the tipping point? on 09:13 - Jan 16 with 954 viewsbobbyramsey

Would losing today be the tipping point? on 09:10 - Jan 16 by Pinewoodblue

Doesn’t seem much chance of postponement, about the only result no one would moan about.

For me the only thing that would hasten Lamberts departure, or him being told to stay away and recover from Covid, would be signs of a split between the players which would highlight how out of touch he, and his senior coaching staff, are.


By "senior coaching staff" do you mean that rabble who couldn't organise the proverbial pi$$ up.......
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Would losing today be the tipping point? on 09:22 - Jan 16 with 931 viewsbrogansnose

Would losing today be the tipping point? on 09:01 - Jan 16 by Bluefish

Quite

Today doesn't really make a great deal of difference. A win or a defeat doesn't change how poor Lambert is. He is here until whenever tbe break clause is and he won't take us up regardless of if we win today and we won't sack him if we lose today

It is a slow painful death


Not keeping us in the Championship and then not even getting us into the playoffs in Div 1 were two key milestones that at any other club would have seen him walk with his P45. For me, I could possibly suck this up if , despite what Evans says, I could see some sort of progress in either playing style, on pitch success, green shoots or whatever. The football is a mess and chaotic and that's because he's truly clueless exemplified by his comments yesterday. It pains me to say this, but at least Hurst had a vision despite him getting shot of the players that could do it for him.


Its beyond the fact that he won't take us up, its the continued harm to the squad and the youngsters.I don't like to read too much into interviews but I thought that what Woolfenden said last week was very telling.


Yep, slow painful death.
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Would losing today be the tipping point? on 09:34 - Jan 16 with 879 viewsMonkeyAlan

If we scrape a win today it matters not, because we will lose the next 2. Evans you muppet.
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Would losing today be the tipping point? on 09:38 - Jan 16 with 866 viewsChrisd

It should be, but not with an owner like ours.

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Would losing today be the tipping point? on 09:46 - Jan 16 with 841 viewsjonbull88

Fast forward, January 16th 2023, despite languishing 17th in league 2 after 8 successive defeats, Marcus Evans for the 974th time announced his full backing of manager Paul lambert.

Lambert will not go even after 10 defeats on the trot IMO. Sigh
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Would losing today be the tipping point? on 09:53 - Jan 16 with 816 viewsIpswichKnight

No, we could lose 10-0 and he could conclude the post match interview by mooning us all and Evans would still say he had complete confidence.
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Would losing today be the tipping point? on 10:05 - Jan 16 with 757 viewsRocky

If losing against the bottom two teams in successive weeks is not the tipping point, then I guess he's here for life.
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Would losing today be the tipping point? on 10:06 - Jan 16 with 756 viewsSwansea_Blue

Must admit, if it could guarantee his departure I’d take some pleasure out of a humiliating defeat. Sad as that is. You have to deal with the pain when you rip off the plaster and all that.

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Would losing today be the tipping point? on 10:17 - Jan 16 with 688 viewsMach_foreignBlue

Even if we heavily lose Lambert will be with us for a long while due to his contract. When are people going to learn that the only thing Evans cares about is his money? Evans doesn't give a s**t about our club and our fans.
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Would losing today be the tipping point? on 10:18 - Jan 16 with 679 viewsBluefish

Would losing today be the tipping point? on 10:17 - Jan 16 by Mach_foreignBlue

Even if we heavily lose Lambert will be with us for a long while due to his contract. When are people going to learn that the only thing Evans cares about is his money? Evans doesn't give a s**t about our club and our fans.


That would explain that 100 million that he has put in and won't get a return on

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Would losing today be the tipping point? on 10:23 - Jan 16 with 661 viewsMach_foreignBlue

Would losing today be the tipping point? on 10:18 - Jan 16 by Bluefish

That would explain that 100 million that he has put in and won't get a return on


Evidence of him putting 100m in?

He's by far the worst football owner in UK.

He doesn't give a s**t about the club therefore will ignore peoples calls for Lambert to get sacked. He ain't interested in paying Lambert and his staff off.
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Would losing today be the tipping point? on 10:55 - Jan 16 with 587 viewsBlueForYou

Would losing today be the tipping point? on 10:05 - Jan 16 by Rocky

If losing against the bottom two teams in successive weeks is not the tipping point, then I guess he's here for life.


Can anyone, even Evans disagree with that..??
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Would losing today be the tipping point? on 10:57 - Jan 16 with 585 viewstextbackup

until fans are in the ground making it impossible for this to continue nothing will change.



and, honestly, even then I don't think ME will act. look how it got with MM.... it took MM to act on it, not that dry w*nk evans.
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Would losing today be the tipping point? on 10:57 - Jan 16 with 581 viewsTractorWood

Lambert is a problem but Evans is the problem.

I know that was then, but it could be again..
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Would losing today be the tipping point? on 10:58 - Jan 16 with 574 viewsBluefish

Would losing today be the tipping point? on 10:23 - Jan 16 by Mach_foreignBlue

Evidence of him putting 100m in?

He's by far the worst football owner in UK.

He doesn't give a s**t about the club therefore will ignore peoples calls for Lambert to get sacked. He ain't interested in paying Lambert and his staff off.


What sort of evidence would allow you to accept it? It is like dealing with a covid denier


No league 1 owner would stump up 2 million in this age if they had an opportunity to do it for less later
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Would losing today be the tipping point? on 10:59 - Jan 16 with 560 viewsMach_foreignBlue

Would losing today be the tipping point? on 10:58 - Jan 16 by Bluefish

What sort of evidence would allow you to accept it? It is like dealing with a covid denier


No league 1 owner would stump up 2 million in this age if they had an opportunity to do it for less later
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Come on you've been sucking Evans for years the person who has turned us into the rotten Div3 club and the decline will continue. So what 100m are you talking about?

Lambert and Evans are both well made up for each other.
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