https://apexpeakfest.com/zbtj78h17iw-3121 Admit it – you’re singing the theme tune to yourself, aren’t you?
Anyway, enough humour. Darius is in the hot seat for the trip to Hillsborough this Saturday.
https://mappinglondon.co.uk/2023/c8lpvre This is no real surprise, but it’s telling this comment from Mick Buckley:
https://twd4x4.com.au/4hwzv3dq1 “It is our intention to bring in an experienced manager to work with the team for the rest of the season. We are in discussion with some already and we will bring you more news as soon as we possibly can.
https://www.fullpotentialnow.org/1q17kt4fh4s We might not get one in, especially at this stage of the campaign, but the club does look like it wants to stay up.
https://www.trespeons.com/2023/12/20/sg1bpjd At least, it’s saying so for public consumption anyway.
https://www.pageofjoy.com/ua3h8wkn Darius should only be in charge until the weekend, because we’ve got Charlton then the circus coming to town.
https://www.gadgetking.com/2023/12/20/m4qtmht6q That is, if we go for an experienced manager after all. The club might decide that it’s not worth the money if we’re going down anyway.
https://www.pageofjoy.com/ydk2yrp7d2d I certainly don’t want him in charge next season, or indeed for more games this season than necessary, although a proper assistant manager role might suit.
https://www.fullpotentialnow.org/o24myru10o That we’ve taken 24 hours to announce that a current player is taking charge this Saturday says a lot.
https://apexpeakfest.com/8b8j26is1-3121 That MR’s backroom staff is still here says even more, though it’s easier to move them on in the summer.
Order Tramadol Mexico And that Buckley is saying he’ll give a “broader update” in the Charlton programme suggests we’ve been caught on the hop and can’t say much more.
https://aquarl-duval.com/2023/12/20/fun2hyod2 I don’t doubt some decision makers wanted to keep Robbo on, which would have made succession planning difficult.
Purchase Tramadol Online Cheap We should have been talking to potential suitors before MR finally got axed, and it’s obvious we weren’t.
https://tranchedebois.com/g4wnhb7eizl Still, it’s not like we haven’t won in 20 games and have seven games left to stay up. No rush, like.
https://www.c4trio.com/4e0mm44w Personally, I think that would have been a disaster, but thankfully that’s academic now.
https://www.gadgetking.com/2023/12/20/2gwi0ufu2j I guess it’s because we didn’t sack Dave Bassett in the early 80s, and that’s the benchmark we must adhere to.
https://www.pageofjoy.com/uzwihhli I’ve written a decent length piece on our now-departed manager, which will be up tomorrow.
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https://www.trespeons.com/2023/12/20/wkvj1mjw Part of that is down to us not getting the fundamentals right, but it’s also that developing youngsters for big fees is very difficult these days.
Tramadol Purchase Overnight Look at the compensation figures for any player who has a decent run of games in our first team, and that would struggle to pay for a replacement.
https://mappinglondon.co.uk/2023/k4kpvvcjmd7 Remember that we “only” got £300k for our best player in January, in a notoriously expensive position.
Buy Discount Tramadol And that’s just League One – it gets even worse at L2.
Tramadol Paypal Other clubs downsized and/or got rid of their Academies because of EPPP, yet AFCW has staked a lot on ours.
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Finally, it’s funny how things can change in a matter of months. Four and a bit months ago, we got treated to this gem.
Perhaps we shouldn’t kick people when they’re down, but this has aged like a pint of milk.
From the condescending and patronising opening blurb, to some fantasic comments like:
We didn’t want to be in the same hopeless position every season, desperately fighting off relegation and relying on old players at the tail ends of their careers. That’s a strategy that only heads one way – downwards.
To the all-round whiff of hubris and conceit dripping from those words on screen.
As much as I feel sad it ended this way for Robbo, I’m not going to miss any of that bullshit from him and Joe Palmer.
And it’s odd to think that in just a short space of time, two of the three interviewed are no longer at the club…