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|Shrewsbury v Rotherham Today|
at 08:17 27 May 2018
So here it is the key to the managers office at Portman road is finally out of Evans pocket . Who is he going to offer it to? If Shrewsbury win today i don't think Hurst will take it from him, no matter we have adjusted our appointment timetable to accommodate him. If Rotherham win I believe Hurst will be appointed by Wednesday next week. Obviously there are differing theories as to where we go if Hurst joins Ross on the 'not available list'. Darren Clarke would certainly be the next telephone number I would look up. Or could it be a certain Mr Steijn suddenly comes back into the picture?. In whatever transpires , things need to happen next week. Going into June without a manager was mentioned by Evans in his 'speech' but we will be at the butt end of the tinescale and any more dithering will not be well recieved .
|Amazed how nostalgia and affiliation can cloud judgement|
at 08:48 5 May 2018
When Mick McCarthy was manager everyone was crying out for a younger man with fresh ideas and a new approach. Why then does all this get bundled up and pushed through the window? Answer is because George Burley has indicated his I intention to apply.
No matter he is Ipswich through and through and I have the utmost respect for both him and Butch but our requirements remain the same. We desperately need a fresh start without the shackles of past glories dangling around our necks. Without the constant sniping from manager to supporters. Without the pre-conceived ideas of what the club once was or should be. If a role can be found for Burley in the form of a Simon Milton liason line, then I am all for giving respect to former players. But the last thing we need now is another season or two spent on a trip down memory lane, only to find you are better off remembering heroes than bringing them back to life.
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