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  1. fromthestands

    fromthestands Member

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    Here we go again another manager change at the DW when is uncle Dave going to get it into his head that we the fans run the club with money that goes threw the turnstile evertime there's a game getting rid of Ros was not the answer and neither is flogging our best players were not going to win anything that way so who ever the next manager is for gods sake give him the tools to do it.
     
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  2. Tom_BCFC

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    It's Malky Mackay, he seems a decent replacement
     
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  3. ninian opinion

    ninian opinion Well-Known Member

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    Wigan will without doubt fly up the league.

    He was the only manager in over 50 years to take City into the top league. For all the rights and wrongs of his personal opinions (texts etc), he is still a fearsome manager and one who will surely do well.

    ps. He only came there to reunite with his love children Don Cowie and Andrew Taylor:grin:
     
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  4. snlk/poksnbn

    snlk/poksnbn Active Member

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    This is a good appointment. You have players who can easily adapt to his style of football. Expect a close knit team ethic.
     
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  5. Cruyff's Turn

    Cruyff's Turn Well-Known Member

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    Well done and good luck.
     
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  6. ilovedelia

    ilovedelia Well-Known Member

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    Bad decision, I think your club will regret it!
     
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  7. andytoprankin

    andytoprankin Well-Known Member

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    I agree Malky is a class act (excluding text situation - stupid mistake, yes; bigot, no)

    Regarding Messrs Cowie and Taylor, he 'fathered' them both somewhere before Cardiff <whistle>
     
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    DragonPhilljack Well-Known Member

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    Pay no attention to that Bumi **** chairman from Kairdiff, the guy is a complete ****er..................<cheers>
     
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  9. fromthestands

    fromthestands Member

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    Thanks Dragon I was going to go onto the Cardiff site to see what they had to say but your comments are always are as good as ever :D
     
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  10. fromthestands

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    A decent draw from the lads a draw or a win but not a loose will see us to the finish line .
     
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  11. ilovedelia

    ilovedelia Well-Known Member

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    Refer to post 6 on this thread, sorry chaps but Malky Mackay was the wrong appointment. He was bandied around for the Norwich job at one point. I was hoping and praying we didn't go for him. He was and still is a Norwich legend as a player, but a manager..............................................not proven!
     
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  12. Oldsparkey

    Oldsparkey Well-Known Member
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    Always respected you two knowledgeable guy's opinions, but fcking 'ell fellas.........<laugh><laugh>
     
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  13. HP Sauce

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    Always listen to Delia....

    :(
     
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  14. ilovedelia

    ilovedelia Well-Known Member

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    Hi HP, thanks for the vote of confidence, but you just beat us at home!!!!

    I have to say that I wasn't surprised by Malky's tactics, he did the same when he brought his Cardiff team to Carrow Road when we were both in the Premiership. Negative, defensive and time wasting from the first minute. He is a awful manager!! It's such a shame that Wigan has decended to these tactics, as you know and I've said it many times before on these forums, Wigan were always a attractive attacking football playing team, and I always enjoyed watching when you came to play us. But last Wednesday nights game was truely awful, ANTI FOOTBALL by Mackay, glad we didn't go for him!!!!
     
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  15. chippy / glory

    chippy / glory Senior Member

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    Oh dear, that was some prediction. Take a bow son.
    <doh><applause><applause><applause><applause>
     
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  16. ilovedelia

    ilovedelia Well-Known Member

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    I'm pleased that Wigan have come to their senses. Hopefully now you can put in a few good performances and avoid the drop!
    Good Luck.
     
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  17. HP Sauce

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    Cheers Del - and good luck with your push to return straight back to the Prem.

    **** or bust for us tomorrow night at Millwall. Will be quite a different excursion from the stroll along the river at Putney on Friday.

    :)
     
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  18. ilovedelia

    ilovedelia Well-Known Member

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    Not kidding there mate, into the lions den!!!!!!! Who were you rooting for in the boat race?
    ILD
     
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