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There’s been a big falling out 11:56 - Dec 5 with 1942 viewstextbackup

Behind closed doors hasnt there, let’s be honest, as this wasn’t even likely to happen.

My guess is that MA started to ask a few tactical questions, PC started getting annoyed, and it’s all blown up.

I do believe that MA may have a hand in a few transfers that PC wasn’t keen on, trying to shoehorn them into his formation.

It’s a shame as I liked PC as a bloke. But it’s a results business, and he simply wasn’t getting enough results.

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There’s been a big falling out on 11:59 - Dec 5 with 1855 viewsWacko

After watching PC's interview on Quest re the Bolton match, I can definitely see that happening. More of a drama queen than anyone else

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There’s been a big falling out on 12:02 - Dec 5 with 1793 viewschrismakin

No. It's simply PC wasn't showing enough progression with the squad available. The owners can't afford crowds to drop with the expense paid out. This isn't a couple of odd games this is a very abject 9 months for PC and being booed off the pitch after a win was the first sign that the support was starting to drift away.

Will Ashton ask questions of a manager. Absolutely. I really hope he does as any ceo should. And hopes he does with the next manager.

Pack PR was something set up to welcome the new owners and to build a new generation. Recent performances didn't look like it was going to be an enjoyable occasion. So it's the right time to make a change.

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There’s been a big falling out on 12:04 - Dec 5 with 1753 viewsitfcjoe

Cook signed up to be a manager under Evans where you do what you want and run the show

He ended up under Ashton and Andy Rolls telling him he couldn’t select players etc for fitness reasons

He’s old school, and was a bad fit in the new structure (and didn’t sign up for it either). If he got results on the pitch then no one worries - but don’t have a lot of rope when it starts to go wrong whixh it was doing here

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There’s been a big falling out on 12:06 - Dec 5 with 1707 viewsJ2BLUE

Who said it wasn't likely?

I was banging on about making a change after the Crewe game for ages now. It seemed the logical point to act. For some reason they gave him two cup games as well but it always felt like they needed to act somewhere around now or back him for the season. The new manager will need time to assess the squad before the window.

I did think once he lasted the day after Crewe that he was here for the season to be honest but I don't think it's shocking or that something big must have happened.

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There’s been a big falling out on 12:07 - Dec 5 with 1648 viewsBlueandTruesince82

Well that's pure conjecture

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There’s been a big falling out on 12:20 - Dec 5 with 1502 viewsjayessess

If Sheffield Wednesday or Sunderland had sacked their manager whilst 11th in L1 no-one on here would react like it was some bolt from the blue, nor think there must be a deeper explanation. You'd just think it was a perfectly normal point for a club of that size to sack an underperforming coach.

It's only because we still operate on Evans Time, where every manager gets 2 seasons regardless of expectations and results that we think there needs to be some other reason.

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There’s been a big falling out on 12:31 - Dec 5 with 1340 viewsIllinoisblue

There’s been a big falling out on 12:20 - Dec 5 by jayessess

If Sheffield Wednesday or Sunderland had sacked their manager whilst 11th in L1 no-one on here would react like it was some bolt from the blue, nor think there must be a deeper explanation. You'd just think it was a perfectly normal point for a club of that size to sack an underperforming coach.

It's only because we still operate on Evans Time, where every manager gets 2 seasons regardless of expectations and results that we think there needs to be some other reason.


A very good point. This is a new era for ITFC. This new more ruthless approach may not work any better but it should at least be more fun.

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There’s been a big falling out on 12:37 - Dec 5 with 1236 viewsLord_Lucan

Maybe but he was never their man really. They said at the start that he was but they couldn’t really say otherwise.

We will see their intentions by who they appoint.

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There’s been a big falling out on 13:07 - Dec 5 with 935 viewsItfcforme

There’s been a big falling out on 12:37 - Dec 5 by Lord_Lucan

Maybe but he was never their man really. They said at the start that he was but they couldn’t really say otherwise.

We will see their intentions by who they appoint.


I am sure that some of the coaching staff have been saying playing one upfront at home will never win you anything
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