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at 06:33 12 Sep 2019
It's really getting on my t1ts.
I'm logged in, but every page change or refresh brings the popup back to save the ad settings. All preferences are held but I have to keep hitting the save button!
Anyone else getting this?
at 13:14 28 Oct 2018
I can't remember, but how long was it before Mings and Cresswell became first term regulars after signing from the lower leagues?
Although undoubtedly both quality players, my point is I suppose, they were added to an existing stable squads when ready and could be carried/supported by the rest of the team.
Hurst has brought in too many new players and expected them to adjust too quickly.
Hurst's signings are our players. Although they have not performed for us yet, I think we should not write them all off. One or two of them many be able to adjust and improve given the support and inclusion into a stronger core team.
Hopefully PL will be able to get the most out of them with further time and coaching.
|Lambert - no from me.|
at 18:34 25 Oct 2018
If Evans unveils Paul Lambert as the next manager I think he will have rounded off his magnificent managerial recruitment record perfectly.
Nothing against Paul Lambert personally, I think he is a reasonable manager, but really his reputation is based on one appointment at Norwich.
Although I'm sure many of us could be grown up enough to ignore the Norwich connection, it would always be there, comparisons continually made and very little tolerance if things didn't improve quickly.
If he also brought in former Canaries on to the coaching staff too, that would not sit very comfortably. It would feel like we would become Norwich mk2 *shudder*.
Evans needs the fans on-side, and appointing Paul Lambert would be far to much a risk for me. He may be cheap, have experience e.t.c. but football is as much an emotional game as it is technical.
Lambert would be on a hiding to nothing here, and if Evans can't see that, then he really is 'something different'.
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