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Darren Bent has done the right thing.. 19:27 - Feb 15 with 919 viewsskyblue23

And we need more to follow. Not only has he spread the word to over 400k followers, he’s also directly tagged the club in the post. We need more ex players getting involved who were a big part in making us the club we once were.

Messaging on Twitter and Instagram any ex player who might have some sort of influence asking for help might go a small way. Matt Holland, Jim Magilton, Marcus Stewart etc.

Worth a try surely..

Poll: Paul Lambert moves on, would you be happy if Jim Magilton was given another go?

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Darren Bent has done the right thing.. on 20:08 - Feb 15 with 705 viewsBlueandTruesince82

Someone put it to him that he's not a fan of Lambert anyway to whixh he responded correct?

Anyone knoe more on the whys and wherefores of that?

Something to do with scuppering a possible return?

Poll: I will buy/have already laid down cold hard cash for

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Darren Bent has done the right thing.. on 20:10 - Feb 15 with 686 viewsthebooks

Darren Bent has done the right thing.. on 20:08 - Feb 15 by BlueandTruesince82

Someone put it to him that he's not a fan of Lambert anyway to whixh he responded correct?

Anyone knoe more on the whys and wherefores of that?

Something to do with scuppering a possible return?


Lambert put him in the reserves at Villa, demonstrating his normal stellar man maangement skills:

https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/aston-villa-bomb-s
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Darren Bent has done the right thing.. on 20:11 - Feb 15 with 668 viewstractordownsouth

Not sure Magilton, as an ex-manager, would call for anyone's sacking but there are some other figures (like Stewart) that might.

Poll: Preferred Lambert replacement?
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Darren Bent has done the right thing.. on 20:14 - Feb 15 with 641 viewsskyblue23

Darren Bent has done the right thing.. on 20:11 - Feb 15 by tractordownsouth

Not sure Magilton, as an ex-manager, would call for anyone's sacking but there are some other figures (like Stewart) that might.


It’s more me just thinking of ex players who still take an interest in the club and reply back to the fans on social media about “The Good Old Days”. Literally any player that still has an interest must be slightly tempted to say something..

Poll: Paul Lambert moves on, would you be happy if Jim Magilton was given another go?

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