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Sky Blue Harry H

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Give it a rest will you. If we mess up on Monday, then fill your boots - but seriously just for a bit, please go away and set up a nice Easter egg hunt in your back garden, and leave us in peace.
 

Sky Blue Harry H

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If we lose Monday are you joining the robins out band H ? 👀😀
No - I will be temporarily annoyed, but because of the general level of travel over the last 3 seasons or so, and because MR knows the club, i think it would be stupid to rip it all up and start again with somebody who may or may not improve us. MR has taken us up from L1 (and L2) and deserves next season regardless imo. I would cite Paul Warne at Rotherham as an example at an arguably smaller club, where they have stuck with him and bounced back. If we didn't improve/get promoted ( should the worst happen) next season,, then I think it would be reasonable to start asking questions. I think he has earned the right to continue the project, though.
 

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No - I will be temporarily annoyed, but because of the general level of travel over the last 3 seasons or so, and because MR knows the club, i think it would be stupid to rip it all up and start again with somebody who may or may not improve us. MR has taken us up from L1 (and L2) and deserves next season regardless imo. I would cite Paul Warne at Rotherham as an example at an arguably smaller club, where they have stuck with him and bounced back. If we didn't improve/get promoted ( should the worst happen) next season,, then I think it would be reasonable to start asking questions. I think he has earned the right to continue the project, though.
Relegation will be a financial disaster it cannot happen SISU know this
 

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Like i have been saying for weeks now.. he needs help ..not sacking ....there has been some brilliant suggestions on this forum .....some one with a bit football knowledge who he can respect - just have a word in his ear & suggestion on where the improvements need to be made
 

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If we go down as much as I to watch championship football I will take it because I think robins will get us back .if that doesn't happen then his job rightly should be on the line.but not before then.pusb
 

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Really ? So you think the loss of revenue tv reported £3-5m and the low Ricoh crowds won’t bother them ? What about wages ? O’Hare on 10k etc
There will be wage reductions on relegation in contracts and they will just budget the club accordingly - there’s no interest in where we are - just a calculation
 
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Relegation will be a financial disaster it cannot happen SISU know this
They will just adjust the budget and spend less. Done it before when things were no where near as stable. Players will be moved on, fees taken in, no major player purchases and reductions in payroll. Which likely mean hanging around in L1.

The fans will be there and in more numbers than went to St Andrews.
 
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Given everything he’s done for us, he has earnt the right to see it through to the end, and even if the worst happened, he deserves the chance to put it right.
 

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Given everything he’s done for us, he has earnt the right to see it through to the end, and even if the worst happened, he deserves the chance to put it right.
Well he doesn’t as if he’s offered a better job he’d leave
 

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I thought MR’s team selection today was poor, Decosta just can’t defend, and, contrary to some opinions on here, doesn’t offer an attacking threat. It looked to me as if the most he hoped for today was a draw, (one up front) and yet he leaves the better defender, Pask, on the bench. In mitigation, I think in his interview, he hinted that he’d rested some key players with one eye on Monday’s game. But - if he doesn’t play Pask on Monday, and two up front, Walker and Gyokeres, with O’Hare in the hole, then it will show that he’s learned nothing from today. I would probably also give Eccles a start, as Hamer has been pretty ineffective for a while, and Eccles showed a hunger to play today, and a lack of fear.
 

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They will just adjust the budget and spend less. Done it before when things were no where near as stable. Players will be moved on, fees taken in, no major player purchases and reductions in payroll. Which likely mean hanging around in L1.

The fans will be there and in more numbers than went to St Andrews.
My thoughts exactly. We would try to sell Hamer & O’Hare to reduce wage bill, not complete the Sheaf deal or pursue James.
Restart next season with all players on adjusted wages for relegation.