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Owain_Glyndwr Posted on 16/02/2020 13:02
Edited On: 16/02/2020 16:09It doesn't matter who the manager is
 
Until the players stop making school boy mistakes we will lose games

Since November we have given at least a goal a game away with stupid mistakes from our defenders

Ben Heneghan being the worst culprit

Its also no coincidence that since our keeper got injured we have been very dodgy at the back

And to make matters worse we have sold our best defender, shameful that the club couldn't agree a deal to keep him

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1950spoolfan Posted on 16/02/2020 13:18

It doesn't matter who the manager is
But the better the manager the better the players he chooses and the better he motivates and trains them to play and the more he is likely to play and keep our best players.

To say it doesn`t matter who we have as manager contradicts why the best teams seek out and richly reward the best available managers and makes no sense.
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poolfc2011 Posted on 16/02/2020 13:18

It doesn't matter who the manager is
Think everyone agrees with that. But it's why it's happening that's the question. A team is usually a reflection of the situation going on behind the scenes.

And there was a lot of change behind the scenes in November.
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meduck Posted on 16/02/2020 13:27

It doesn't matter who the manager is
the manager had a habit of putting our best defender on the bench
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Seainsea Posted on 16/02/2020 13:31

It doesn't matter who the manager is
You seem to forget that Tilt was giving away goals for fun and had a lousy attitude - he's gone forget it. A good manager gets into the players and everyone knows their job. League 1 players will make mistakes but it's how they react that is important.
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Owain_Glyndwr Posted on 16/02/2020 13:41
Edited On: 16/02/2020 13:44
It doesn't matter who the manager is
Tilt was at fault for 2 goals and his attitude looked fine to me

Big Ben on the other hand has been at fault for at least 10 goals
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Matesrates Posted on 16/02/2020 13:49

It doesn't matter who the manager is
We’ll see won’t we, because we have a new manager coming in, who will have the same players available until the end of the season.

Larry’s defensive style of play put constant pressure on the defence, which makes mistakes inevitable.

Hopefully, a more attacking set up will keep the opposition on the defensive.
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CrazyBrabin Posted on 16/02/2020 13:52

It doesn't matter who the manager is
Fair point OG. A new manager (if he's the right choice) almost always (no guarantees) uplifts the squad and improves performances. Of recent times the team more or less picks itself, therefore there's little pressure on the players to perform. It needs to be a case of - if you play well you keep your shirt but if you don't you're out. Tilt clearly wanted away and Ben H has lost his way - but he's a good player. I actually think Turton is the weakest link at the back & Maxwell isn't impressing. Have faith in the new manager to get the best out of what is a very good squad of players.
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Lordofthemanor Posted on 16/02/2020 13:56

It doesn't matter who the manager is
Phil your talking XXXXXXe, wind up merchant
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Owain_Glyndwr Posted on 16/02/2020 14:02
Edited On: 16/02/2020 14:06
It doesn't matter who the manager is
Im not at all

Its like our fans need a scapegoat

First Tilt then Nuttal then Grayson

Its a bit pathetic if im honest especially as we were knocking around the top 6 when the fans were steaming into Tilt
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Miko Posted on 16/02/2020 14:17

It doesn't matter who the manager is
What happened to being positive and having nothing to moan about?

Or has reality kicked in?
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1950spoolfan Posted on 16/02/2020 14:19

It doesn't matter who the manager is
"First Tilt then Nuttal then Grayson"

and now it seems Heneghan.[rle]
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eternaloptimist Posted on 16/02/2020 15:09

It doesn't matter who the manager is
OG,

Got to disagree about the manager not making a difference, of course the right manager would.
Getting the players motivated, believing in themselves, etc, and even getting back the winning mentality.

There is somewhat of an irony in your post when you blame the sopprters for looking for scapegoats for the state of things and then you call Henegan for being the worst culprit.

Unless of course you are being a WUM.😂

Either way I think we need to get a permanent manager in sooner rather than later then they can get prepared for a an assault on League 1 next season.
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seasider1 Posted on 16/02/2020 15:42

It doesn't matter who the manager is
Think Maxwell offers far more than the other keepers we have. Having said that from what we saw of Maffs last season was odd that Grayson got rid of him. Then again I Don't see them in training everyday.
The players were let down by Grayson and the way and positions he obviously wanted them to play... Can't take a lot from yesterday's game but once a new manager comes in even if He only has the squad of players we now have feel really optimistic for next season and think we should be looking at an automatic promotion.
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gjr69 Posted on 16/02/2020 15:57

It doesn't matter who the manager is
Alnwick is better than Maxwell, I don't know how tall Maxwell is but he looks to be about 5 foot 7 when he comes for a cross.

Not seen him save a shot on target yet either!
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Owain_Glyndwr Posted on 16/02/2020 16:16
Edited On: 16/02/2020 17:03
It doesn't matter who the manager is
Alnwick is our best keeper by a mile and has been a massive loss

This has been proved given the amount of soft goals we have conceded recently

I think that point has been missed during the enthusiastic witch hunt at the ex manager
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seasider1 Posted on 16/02/2020 16:30

It doesn't matter who the manager is
Fair enough.... I just think Maxwell distributes the ball better and looks more effective looking to get the team going forward from defence. But I still stand by what I said about a new manager and this squad of players.
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insider Posted on 16/02/2020 16:39
Edited On: 16/02/2020 16:40
It doesn't matter who the manager is
OG. Of course fans need a scapegoat.
Stop sticking pins in those voodoo dolls.
It's all your fault. [;)]
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Tikataka Posted on 16/02/2020 16:44

It doesn't matter who the manager is
Alnwick is a good keeper and has been a big loss. No doubts there.
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thespecialone Posted on 16/02/2020 17:06

It doesn't matter who the manager is
Don't think anyone can blame the keeper for yesterdays goals personally i think he is a very good keeper vocal and is in command of his area,thought it was a better show all round pity about BH diving in but sh12 happens to give him stick on social media won't help we have all seen what that does.
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BiggerChorizo Posted on 16/02/2020 17:15

It doesn't matter who the manager is
Still undecided on Maxwell.Its not that he has done anything wrong in particular.Some say he shouldve got to the Gills lad who went through one on one bit harsh the forward had time and a choice of either side.Its just I prefer a goalkeeper to be taller and more commanding when he comes out.Macdonald bailed him out yesterday after flapping at one.He has made some good saves to be fair to him.

Heneghan wouldnt have played yesterday for me I think he has made a few mistakes lately some punished some unpunished.If Edwards is available id bring him or Thorniley in alongside Moore see how that works.
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insider Posted on 16/02/2020 17:18

It doesn't matter who the manager is
From what I've seen of Maxwell I'd say shot stopping is on par with Alnwick, distribution is better, even though he's played in two very windy matches.
OG is right of course there are too many individual errors although I'd dispute his stats on Tilt and Heneghan. They both made more than enough and tbh Heneghan has had a poor season overall.
The question is will that change under a new Manager?
Looking at Ian Evatt as an example I never in a million years thought he would be able to cope in the PL but Ollie gave him the confidence to become one of our galacticos.
So with the right man in the charge I'd be disappointed if the number of individual errors didn't decrease.
Come on down Sam Allardyce [:o)]
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Owain_Glyndwr Posted on 16/02/2020 20:08

It doesn't matter who the manager is
My point insider is more about the stick Tilt got when apparently Heneghan was twice the player

Not in my book
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BFC_BFC_BFC Posted on 16/02/2020 20:17

It doesn't matter who the manager is
The "Individual Errors" line is the same as the "We've been unlucky" line...It's a poor excuse that doesn't wash.



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MARK_GT Posted on 16/02/2020 20:20

It doesn't matter who the manager is
Tilt was ok but never seemed match fit to me. Anyway he's gone now so it's irrelevant. Heneghan always has a mistake in him. A dominant centre half remains a priority especially as Heneghan is on loan.
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20togo Posted on 16/02/2020 20:24

It doesn't matter who the manager is
Well said 50's.

OG lambasts the fans for needing a scapegoat and then in the next breath he slags of Heneghan as being responsible for ten of the goals we've conceded.

He likes to contrary at the moment.
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Owain_Glyndwr Posted on 16/02/2020 20:46

It doesn't matter who the manager is
Im not sure what you can disagree with 20s

Heneghan has been woeful

Nothing contrary anout that
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west_paddock_casual Posted on 16/02/2020 22:14

It doesn't matter who the manager is
So heneghan is your scapegoat [smi]
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gjr69 Posted on 16/02/2020 22:18

It doesn't matter who the manager is
Heneghan has been terrible, name the last good game he had. I can't remember it.
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poolfc2011 Posted on 16/02/2020 22:23

It doesn't matter who the manager is
Fleetwood at home with Edwards at the side of him that I've seen.

Too much uncertainty around him and think he wanted that Luton move in Jan.
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20togo Posted on 17/02/2020 02:11

It doesn't matter who the manager is
Whether he has or hasn't was not my point as you full well know.

You in this thread are critical of fans who are looking for scapegoats. You then yourself choose to make Heneghan your scapegoat.

In other words hypocrisy at it's best.
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davepick1 Posted on 17/02/2020 10:39

It doesn't matter who the manager is
O_G, please don't call him 'Big Ben'.
There's only one 'Big Ben' and that's Burgess.[;)]
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Owain_Glyndwr Posted on 17/02/2020 19:49

It doesn't matter who the manager is
Hes been very poor yet has had an easy ride from our fans

Some haven't been so lucky

Thats my point...

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camberwell1 Posted on 17/02/2020 22:48

It doesn't matter who the manager is
It matters hugely who our next manager is as we still need some points

What I find disappointing is that Mr Sadler hadn’t anyone lined up who really wants to manage the Club - mind, this is Blackpool, not the promised land

We need a win desperately and Sat is a big test for the players and the fans - both need to support each other
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insider Posted on 18/02/2020 15:13

It doesn't matter who the manager is
Camberwell. Are you making that point wih any authority.
The rumour mill suggests that Jones was approached before Grayson was sacked.
I could speculate that Jones would have said at the very least that he was interested.
Perhaps now that push comes to shove he's less so.
But this is only speculation on my part like virtually every post on this subject is.
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MACSEASIDER Posted on 18/02/2020 18:31

It doesn't matter who the manager is
I hope Henneghan's confidence can recover from this internet slaughtering he's getting.

Our supporters are a joke [rle]
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