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O'Neill: We're Reviewing Where We Need to Make Amends for Last Season
by Michael101 at 15:03:55

Reviewing is all well and good,but will you do anything about it is what matters.
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O'Neill: Clubs Could Struggle to Get Back Up and Running For New Season
by Shawsey at 15:02:32

The bloke is a plank.
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O'Neill: We're Reviewing Where We Need to Make Amends for Last Season
by Robert_Garrett at 14:59:31

Notice the Canary lovers are leading the bleats. The real supporters are putting their bums on seats and are the quiet majority. I am renewing for the 54th year on the trot. Invite you all to join me. COYB.
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O'Neill: We're Reviewing Where We Need to Make Amends for Last Season
by Shawsey at 14:52:02

Bloke is a plank.
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O'Neill: Downes as Committed to Town as He's Always Been
by Shawsey at 14:49:46

Fair to say he will be sold. can't blame him or the club really. We will need to fish around the bargain bucket for a pearl or 2. Wish him well for the future.
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O'Neill: We're Reviewing Where We Need to Make Amends for Last Season
by RobsonWark at 14:25:24

“Yes, we are doing and have done reviews looking at where we need to make amends for last year and we need to change things around because we can’t do what we did for the last two or three months of last season because that simply wasn’t good enough.”

SIMPLES...DROP CHAMBERS FROM THE TEAM!! He will make even more mistakes next season.

Why can't you grow some ba##s and go with a youthful team like Southgate does with England?
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O'Neill: We're Reviewing Where We Need to Make Amends for Last Season
by d77sgw at 14:21:50

Just PR bollix. The league table in January WAS lying - those of us regulars knew that, and were saying it - our performances did not warrant that position - but noone else was putting a run together at that point. We were poor from October onwards, let alone November. And as for blaming injuries, the squad we had without KVY and Norwood (who was erratic anyway) was the envy of the division. And Lambert was the one who started chopping and changing the starting 11 anyway, before injuries even occured. That was the main error - f*cking around with the defence which, until he dropped Holy for no reason at all, was looking solid. You look at every successful team - they have a solid back 4/5, which you only change if you HAVE to. The defence is about skill, hard work, concentration and.....communication. This was Richard Wright's main asset - he was a good shot stopper, reasonable on croses, but he was a GREAT communicator. If you chop and change the defence every week they lose that telepathy. Nah, Lambert has to take the flak for this - we had a great squad, far more resource than any other team, solid backing from the owner (I'm no fan....), and were the architects of our own downfall, changing the line up ad postponing fixtures to just destroy any team understanding and momentum we were building. And frankly the cr@p that this Lee Evans or whatever his name is talks just makes him seem like another PR mouthpiece. Sad days. Hope we learn the lessons next season - get a settled squad, and stick with it... (oh, and play our own players rather than loanees).
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O'Neill: Downes as Committed to Town as He's Always Been
by Bert at 14:19:54

These sort of discussions go on in every club and this year it really will be a waiting game. I see our stay away northern ‘fan’ still has a lot to say even though he/she invests nothing emotionally positive or financially into the club.
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O'Neill: Downes as Committed to Town as He's Always Been
by Terry_Nutkins at 14:15:36

What is wrong with you Bluearmy!? We're likely to lose £15-20million for the financial year based on our normal losses likely to be north of £7 mil in L1 and up to £10mil due to the Covid situation. Funds will be invested in keeping the football company solvent or at least covering a proportion of the huge loss Marcus will make. Imthink anyone even remotely reasoable would say thats fair enough. Marcus has made bad football decisions but financially its his money and he's lost a lot!

When you're bankrolling the club we can all look forward to huge sums spent on players during a global oandemic and the worst economic crisis in most of our lifetimes, Good one.
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O'Neill: We're Reviewing Where We Need to Make Amends for Last Season
by braveblue at 14:01:26

He does talk an incredible amount of nonsense. Four wins in 31 games and performing well? Beggars belief. With Evans in control and mouthpieces like this we will do nothing.
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O'Neill: We're Reviewing Where We Need to Make Amends for Last Season
by Suffolkboy at 13:58:24

Level headed, professional ,knowledgeable and unafraid to be articulate : it’s difficult to find fault with his mantra,and we continue to be impressed by his manners and conduct !
COYB
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O'Neill: Downes as Committed to Town as He's Always Been
by MurcianITCC at 13:57:40

Yep, better we spend millions on players and go skint. Have you not noticed what is going on in the world 81?
Your immature and offensive posts and beyond boring now.
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O'Neill: We're Reviewing Where We Need to Make Amends for Last Season
by GeoffSentence at 13:53:27

Better manager. Job done.
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O'Neill: Downes as Committed to Town as He's Always Been
by TimmyH at 13:03:02

Well a true professional would be committed to the club whose currently paying his wages...but will Marcus have the same attitude when a £5M+ offer comes in? Personally will be surprised if he stays as well alongside Woolfenden.

Can't we just off load Dozzell to one of the interested clubs to keep the wolf from the door?
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O'Neill: Downes as Committed to Town as He's Always Been
by Bluearmy_81 at 11:13:34

Safe to say if he is sold, funds won't be invested in the squad. Cue 'fans' strangely backing the degeneration of the squad by their silence and hence the club... 🤯
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O'Neill: Clubs Could Struggle to Get Back Up and Running For New Season
by Skip73 at 10:44:16

Not to worry, The Premier League will help out with some of their Billions, oh wait........
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Chirewa Set to Start Scholarship Despite Fulham Interest
by Linkboy13 at 10:35:39

If he gets offered silly money he'll be off especially if his family are not particularly well off financially.
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O'Neill: Clubs Could Struggle to Get Back Up and Running For New Season
by Woodbridgian at 21:31:54

The new way forward is simple. Football needs a reset and unfortunately its may of taken something like Covid19 to have forced the issue. But as Dickens so simple put in Mr Micawber's famous, quote "Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure nineteen [pounds] nineteen [shillings] and six [pence], result happiness. Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure twenty pounds ought and six, result misery."
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O'Neill: Applications in Place for New BAME Coaching Scheme
by CokeIsKey at 20:51:14

If you want diversity it’s very simple. Sack Lambert and most of the other coaching staff and hire Burley and Dyer.
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TWTD Prediction League and Beattie Book Competition Results
by thorpedo at 20:18:52

Thanks Merthyr and Veteran. Hopefully I won't win it next season as most of my points came when predicting defeats! I could post some tips next season but can guarantee they would fail once made public!
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