|I know twitter isn't the best place for reasoned debate 16:40 - Apr 16 with 480 views||Cheltenham_Blue|
or even reason, but the number of apologists for this squad of players is astounding.
"Its a risky play by Cook, if there are a few unhappy player next season........"
"This could all be done with a lot more class"
"Cook needs to be careful what he says, look what happened to Paul Hurst"
Not good enough from the players,
Nor good enough from the staff,
Maybe not good enough from us either.
We should never have clapped them off at the end of our relegation season, it just set them all up for, "Don't worry about the fans, you can get away with anything with them, they just go after the manager and the owner"
|I know twitter isn't the best place for reasoned debate on 16:58 - Apr 16 with 420 views||jayessess|
You might not agree but those are hardly "unreasonable" or "unreasoned" positions, are they?
Personally, as satisfying as it is to see the players you've raged at from afar get a bit of a kicking, I can't say I'm 100% convinced that the more you humiliate the players the more you'll get from them. Nor am I especially inspired by the first team manager throwing his hands up and saying he can't improve players either individually or collectively.
|I know twitter isn't the best place for reasoned debate on 20:50 - Apr 16 with 280 views||Stenvict|
The good thing is that Paul Cook will keep those he wants to keep, so they will know that Cook has faith in them. Cook has effectively written off this season with his quotes today, which is fair enough. Next season we'll have Paul Cook's squad and will be better.
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