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Posted by rea listic on 2/12/2019, 16:31:39
We are a poor F1 team that should be happy to be in the race. We canít compete with the top teams yet as they have more money and better drivers. You can only work with what you have got and hope what you got gives its full effort. Changing managers doesnít always work look at w@ford. |
I am happy to be in thechampionship even if we are doing shit.
Posted by Pilkinhio on 2/12/2019, 17:13:36, in reply to "Sanity"
What if your racing team put the bloke who changed the tyres in as the driver and put your best driver out wide putting tyres on instead of driving |
Iíve run out of comparisons of how to mismanage a racing team too
Jones is poor full stop. Iím not saying heís not a decent bloke, I like him and heís doing his best, itís just that he isnít up to it
Posted by Herts Hatter on 2/12/2019, 17:08:33, in reply to "Sanity"
Players running toward the opposition rather than strolling around like Brazil in 1982 does not cost money|
Posted by Andy Cappucino on 2/12/2019, 16:35:53, in reply to "Sanity"
We didn't have as much money as Sunderland last season but did better than they did|
Posted by Ron on 2/12/2019, 16:34:21, in reply to "Sanity"
Yes but you can improve your chances by playing players in correct positions etc and getting crowd on your side |
Posted by Patriotic Hatter on 2/12/2019, 16:47:43, in reply to "Re: Sanity"
Has Jones made a few mistakes? |
Yes, and especially with the benefit of hindsight, I would say he has on occasion.
But he has also got his tactics and team selection spot on many other times, only to be undone by an incorrect offside flag, a blatant foul not given, or an inexplicable defensive cock-up.
Did Nathan Jones and John Still get everything perfectly right?
Did even the great sir MICK nearly blow it at the end of last season? (remember Burton and Charlton away)
Iíll reserve judgment on how good a manager we have until Iíve seen most of a season. For now Iím satisfied.
Posted by RGDave on 2/12/2019, 17:02:00, in reply to "Re: Sanity"
Did you attend on Saturday? That effort was extremely poor whatever you say about it. Less reliance on Stats and more believing his own eyes would assist no end.|
Posted by I know on 2/12/2019, 17:11:26, in reply to "Re: Sanity"
I went on Saturday and I don't think the effort reached the level of extremely poor to be honest. |
But I don't get the castigation of the Managers methods. He should have his own style and methods, the modern game moves on and I'm happy to hear he embraces that as that might give us advantages over the lack of budget against others.
He's made some shit, actually awful decisions so far but he's got a lot right as well. I'm hoping he's learnt some big lessons from the last 2 away games in terms of set up and make us harder to beat at least.
Posted by RonManager on 2/12/2019, 18:54:59, in reply to "Re: Sanity"
Not suggesting he has got everything wrong but what do you feel he has got right?|
Posted by RGDave on 2/12/2019, 17:53:52, in reply to "Re: Sanity"
I'm certainly no genius, but two/three down and getting completely overrun in the middle, stick another one or two players into midfield for goodness sake.|
Posted by I know on 2/12/2019, 18:46:41, in reply to "Re: Sanity"
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