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considering what we've seen from some of this squad the last message I'd give out is that relegation is accepted - we'd probably finish last with new records for goals conceded and least points
13th Nov 2018 12:45:14 
[31.lo.gg.ed] 
Ex www.wup.me.uk - The home of WU
I don’t get how people were settling for relegation under NA and are still doing so before the new manager is named . Lots of points to play for , there are some shit teams around us and one bound to drop like a stone as well. A couple of back to back wins ( remember those ?) and who knows !
13th Nov 2018 12:44:54 
[148.lo.gg.ed] 
Ex www.wup.me.uk - The home of WU
Don't worry Wazza was just trying to be funny RE your make a hash of comment
13th Nov 2018 12:42:25 
[213.lo.gg.ed] 
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Alan-I’m very pro euthanasia 😋 I can see what you and triggerfish are saying, I just don’t agree that throwing money at trying to stop relegation, to the point of bringing in a ‘Big Sam’ on a big wage just for a few months, will benefit us, and is a gamble that could backfire and leave us closer to the more catastrophic of relegations next season.
13th Nov 2018 12:40:36 
[94.lo.gg.ed] 
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following on from Basingstoke's comment about players not wanting to play in L2, you can guarantee we'd get clubs hovering to asset strip the squad of anyone of L1 standard they could get and will figure they can get on the cheap since they'd want to go etc. Relegation has some horrible consequences on that front - e.g. I'd reckon say goodbye to Wagstaff, Pinnock and Pigott.
13th Nov 2018 12:40:09 
[31.lo.gg.ed] 
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Got to be better battling for survival this season,than hoping we could get up next season in div 2 surely.
13th Nov 2018 12:38:22 
[10.lo.gg.ed] 
spit the dog
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Hash-huh?
13th Nov 2018 12:37:32 
[94.lo.gg.ed] 
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Wazza, no worries I don't argee though, expecting the team to go down this season in Novemeber is defeatist in the extreme, please don't take this the wrong way, but whilst the patient is alive, there's every chance of survival, the guy who comes across the patient having the heart attack, adminsters CPR, isn't the same one to perform the operation that adds longitivity to the life....
13th Nov 2018 12:36:07 
[146.lo.gg.ed] 
alan from the iow
This season has nothing left for it others than hopefully a cup rumn and survival. Nothing wrong with a mutually benefitial quick fix that enables a regroup if needed, but the priority is the next six months surely.
Absolutely no to Sanchez from me. And while I totally understand Hash’s pov I think I lean towards the “fight to stay up” side of things. Rather try that and fail at the cost of maybe a few seasons in L2 than accept relegation now and start a L2 campaign with that awful expectation to bounce straight back up. Sets the season off on a tense note for all concerned and bigger clubs than us have found it harder than they expected.
13th Nov 2018 12:31:46 
[150.lo.gg.ed] 
Ex www.wup.me.uk - The home of WU
What's wrong with that Wazza?
13th Nov 2018 12:29:37 
[213.lo.gg.ed] 
Hurst now favourite according to akybet so I'm guessing he's applied
Alan-I don’t agree at all. The FCB and Ardley have made such a hash of this season (and nearly last) that I expect to go down anyway, so I’d like to bring in someone that can change our style of play and set-up the club for a successful season in L2. Be great if he could keep us up too, obviously, but rather this method than spunking money on trying to stay up only to start again (with now less to spend) in L2 with the threat of that relegation being a lot worse.
13th Nov 2018 12:24:38 
[94.lo.gg.ed] 
Ex www.wup.me.uk - The home of WU
Hard no to Sanchez. Hasn't managed anyone in four years, or an English club in six...
13th Nov 2018 12:19:16 
[88.lo.gg.ed] 
We need a modern manager with modern ideas e.g. a Nathan Jones type
I'd happily buy Jamie Carraghers brother a Presidents lounge ticket, if that prick comes near my beautiful club.
13th Nov 2018 12:16:59 
[85.lo.gg.ed] 
WS86 what happens in the Rygas is up to them.
Sanchez and Edinburgh... bloody hell , the mind bloody boggles Biggles
13th Nov 2018 12:12:16 
[148.lo.gg.ed] 
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*Lawrie*
13th Nov 2018 12:05:23 
[77.lo.gg.ed] 
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Forgot to add, the club shouldn't be affraid to even see the next appointment as a short-term fix either. Contracted to end of the season but pay a bit more to get the right guy, prove his worth and then look at how good a fit it would be for the seasons after.
13th Nov 2018 12:04:19 
[146.lo.gg.ed] 
alan from the iow
Seriously need a man that has done it before, as much as I detest the guy Graham Westley fits that bill
WS86. Think I'll pass on that kind offer
13th Nov 2018 12:03:32 
[90.lo.gg.ed] 
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John Terry has precisely NO managerial experience.
13th Nov 2018 12:03:29 
[77.lo.gg.ed] 
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I wonder if Laurie Sanchez might be interested? I don't know what he's up to these days but he has substantial experience (Wycombe, Fulham and N.Ireland).
13th Nov 2018 12:02:46 
[77.lo.gg.ed] 
Ex www.wup.me.uk - The home of WU
Reading back, I hear that John Terry may possibly be interested. Think this would be fantastic for the club, in terms of exposure, money and surely some great loan players. Our fanbase, even more than most clubs reminisce about past glories, like I do myself. But now is a time to push on as a club. We have nothing to lose, as we are in limbo for a few years. And he will probably be cheaper than Holloway, Cotterell and anyone else that ever put on a Wimbledon shirt.
13th Nov 2018 12:02:12 
[90.lo.gg.ed] 
Just because he sometimes came across as a bit of prick, is no reason to discount him. Most footballers are at that level
Tempting, WS86...
13th Nov 2018 11:53:44 
[82.lo.gg.ed] 
:-)
Alan - another superb post
13th Nov 2018 11:53:19 
[185.lo.gg.ed] 
Speaking sense
If anyone mentions john twrrys name again, i will pull down my pants and cum on there eyeballs and then eat tin of beans and fart in your mouths.
13th Nov 2018 11:52:17 
[151.lo.gg.ed] 
womblesince86
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Basingstoke-Cheers, the FCB have a funny way of showing it then re their inactivity
13th Nov 2018 11:50:49 
[5.lo.gg.ed] 
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I can't say I'm surprised at NA departure, its a results game afterall. Like it or not, the new manager, assuming they're appointed from a currently unemployed status, will have been vulture like circleling around struggling teams where a likelyhood of a departure is already ongoing. They will have been looking particularly where they see problems and should have some form of remedy to offer should they be shortlisted. Like it or not, a Fat Sam type manager should be order of the day. The important part of this season is to stay up, dull football or not, points win prizes, if NA was picking them up he'd still be here.
13th Nov 2018 11:47:09 
[146.lo.gg.ed] 
alan from the iow
It would be wise for the new man to look at the unemployeed players list and see if there are a few characters there, pay as the play deal maybe, but somebody(s) with something to fight for and win, nothing to lose type deal that can grab the situation and pull thing s together