Should He Stay Or Should He Go?

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  1. Iffyslinger

    Iffyslinger New Member

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    Steve McClaren that is.
    So we've failed to live up to expectations and not got promoted but 85% of teams don't live up to expectations.
    McClaren took a boring mid table team and completely transformed them in to title chasers, playing exciting all out attacking football.
    He breathed new life into the club with 27,500+ turning out at the Ipro Stadium rain or shine and new investors knocking on the boards door.
    If he goes to the Toon for £2m they've got a bargain as long as Ashley backs him.
    Where that leaves The Rams is another story.
    For me he should stay.
     
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  2. SUPERNORWICH 23

    SUPERNORWICH 23 SUPERNORWICH

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    It all seemed to go to **** when Chrissy Martin got injured and Newcastle started sniffing around.
    If you can hold onto your best players then you will do ok next year.
    It's a mad league as Wigan Fulham Brentford Ipswich and Cardiff have shown.

    McLaren is not that special .
     
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