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Hurst's Pre-Swansea Press Conference Live on TWTV at 11.30am on Thursday
Wednesday, 3rd Oct 2018 20:47

Boss Paul Hurst’s pre-match press conference ahead of Saturday's game at Swansea will be shown live on TWTV from 11.30am on Thursday morning.

The 23rd-placed Blues go into the match against the Swans, who are seventh, still looking for their first win of the season.

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Swn98 added 20:50 - Oct 3
Please no

bostonusablue added 20:51 - Oct 3
Why is he still in the position to give the pre-match press conference? Phil, any inside news on whether he might resign or be fired?

barrystedmunds added 20:53 - Oct 3
Bruce gone. One win in nine!!!

Blocker123 added 20:55 - Oct 3
1 win in 9? Flash gits!

ThaiBlue added 20:56 - Oct 3
Can't wait.NOT.

Blue_Meanie added 21:02 - Oct 3
Blah blah blah

FromIpswichToPhoenix added 21:10 - Oct 3
Come on, Paul. Sort it out, mate.

wellhungphil added 21:13 - Oct 3
"23rd-placed Blues"'ll be "22nd-placed Blues" if Cloughie's Old Boys can win by two tonight.

Come On Ye Trees!

aas1010 added 21:18 - Oct 3
Same old 25 mins off rubbish coming out of hurst mouth! Just go ! And take Evans with you ! Waste off space ...

pragmatic added 21:19 - Oct 3
We as fans are frustrated/ dissapointed / and sure there are stronger words to describe our perilous situation, Bryan Klug & his colleagues must be distraught at the current position, so this season is very about survival 105 points to play for we possibly need another 49 whilst gates get lower those of us with ITFC in our dna will continue to support irrespective of manager/players etc hoping for the elusive win/wins that will save us.

busterjames1 added 21:23 - Oct 3
Needs 2 up front .Bart in goal and give Rowe &Dozzel are chance to shine

aas1010 added 21:26 - Oct 3
Bruce for Ipswich ?

coolcat added 21:35 - Oct 3
They're getting shorter - last one was 16 mins. Everything crossed.

SamWhiteUK added 21:57 - Oct 3
Give it rest you pillocks. No one is making you watch. I hope you don't go and watch the games because the team don't need people like you

gibbo added 22:04 - Oct 3
Please ask the question, why were so many crossing coming in on Tuesday night when there was either one or no blue shirts in the box.

dirtydingusmagee added 22:13 - Oct 3
i swear you could have a tooth pulled while listening to Hurst and you wouldnt feel a thing .

Carl2588 added 23:50 - Oct 3
I want Paul to succeed but how long will the patience last maybe tap up Nigel Pearson or big Bruce now he's available?

Henrietta_R_Hippo added 00:33 - Oct 4
Well the sheer suspense of what Sport Scientific Paul's next round of 'Words of Wisdom' might be, is almost too much to handle isn't it? LOL

Anyway, with regard to the imho very interesting ongoing discussion of "Is there gonna be 3 teams worse than us?"... well Millwall has so far largely looked like a shadow of their impressive shoestring-budget (no conspicuous incoming transfers & loans worth mentioning, for actually the 2nd season running!) 2017-2018 campaign, but tonight they once AGAIN absolutely *bombarded* their opponent with shots, much like they did many times during said last campaign (including twice against us).

Thus tonight Millwall 'OutShot' Nottingham 20-7 and at their place!, including a sizzling 10-2 in shots 'On Target!' --- Oh and btw in case you don't know or don't want to know?! last I checked EVERY team in our league had accumulated more shots 'On Target' than Hurst's unmistakably ANEMIC-looking Ragtag United, and since we only have had a meager 6 combined in the last 3 contest!, it must be pretty safe to say that's still the case! --- and I for one believe that The Lions will find their feet again, especially on home turf, and thus climb into relative safety sooner rather than later. Simply too many really creative offensive-minded players who all know where the goal is... although their defense sure could need some type of strengthening in the January window.

If this sticks, that leaves dysfunctional Preston, Hull, Reading as well as newcomers Rotherham as the most obvious *other* contenders for a relegation place... as the teams currently placed between 18 & 15 are much more likely, for a variety of reasons, to imho SUCCESSFULLY strengthen their squads in January if needed, than we are with our inherently football-cluelesss & tighta$$ed nitwit owner... even more so if the seriously out-of-his-depth looking Mr. Hurst is still employed as Evans's 'handpicked' manager by then!

bobble added 06:11 - Oct 4
he should keep his mouth shut until he wins...

Woodbridgian added 07:01 - Oct 4
Bruce In

Felstow1978 added 07:52 - Oct 4
Unbelievable sh1te on here from the small minority of so called fans.

Sparky85 added 08:13 - Oct 4
I suspect that this will be his last pre-game press conference. Don't get me wrong I like the man and was pleased when we went for him, but I said I would give him 10 games before really forming an opinion on it all and that opinion now is that he looks a defeated man. You could tell from the Boro post match conference his enthusiasm has gone.

Can't see us getting anything against the swans and the international break would be the right time to change things up. Give a new man a couple of weeks to work out the best team.

Genuinely gutted that it hasn't worked, but I feel for any manager coming in with the lack of support offered up by our owner. He has spent in excess of £4m (albeit funded by player sales) whereas MM spent that over 5 years. The time was right for change from MM but imagine if he had of been given £4m to spend in the January we were in the top 2 of the league!! Could all be a very different story.

I don't buy the story for one minute about the amount of money he puts in the club, especially when for the last 10 years he has had his own name on shirts, stadium and everywhere you look around Portman Road.... its called sponsorship!

A statement of intent is needed from ME. Either start investing and competing in this league or have the decency to come out and admit that the club is a burden on you now and you don't really want it, hence the lack of investment.

AlexanderFields added 08:34 - Oct 4
A sensible post, Sparky85.

ronnyblue added 08:51 - Oct 4
Please let us hear that he is resigning and taking deputy doig with him !

Michael101 added 09:14 - Oct 4
I would have thought everyone would be used to heating drivel every time that was all we got from mad mick,same sh😈t different day.

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