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  1. Who made the first goal...mmmm...???
  2. Having been daft enough to think the first 3 months offered a big opportunity to accumulate a decent amount of points, I am definitely rueing my optimism. August - poor, September - disaster, and now October looms with the 2 tough away games - Spurs is the other one, plus a must win v Leicester, who haven't proved to be the pushovers everyone first thought. Mind the Palace result brought them right down to earth. November looks pretty reasonable - Liverpool and QPR home, with WBA and WHU away, but all four could be lost just as easily as they could be won. IF IF IF, 10 points havent been accumulated by 1st December { but I expect wins v Leicester and QPR - YES, SERIOUSLY, plus a point at WBA and WHU}, then that spells big trouble, as December is one bastard of a month. Burnley away will be a scrap, Chelsea home - forget it, Arsenal away - forget it, Mackems home - anyone's guess, Man Utd away - could get ripped apart, followed by Everton home. That is one hell of a month. Vital that 4th bottom arent more than 7 points clear by JAN 1 as will give the new boss a chance to get players in in the JAN window and with a decent looking January except Chelsea away, a real chance to get out of the shit.
  3. Never ever been a fan of his, and can't believe he's till here after 3 poor seasons, BUT, he looked lively on Monday night and imho, he HAS to play at SWANSEA in place of Cabella who looks like a rabbit in headlights. Keep same back 5 lads, though Janmatt's defending is worse than Santones {first rule for a fullback, never let your winger get a cross in}, then go OBertan, Tiote, Colback, Sissoko, Cisse and Armstrong. Sit back at Swansea and die, ATTACK and succeed. Obertan can definitely have the beating of Neil Taylor so he will surely be given a chance and then a uun of half a dozen starts to see if he's up to it. Cant do any worse than Cabella.
  4. It is going to take a huge about turn by Ashley if any of the multi millionaires like Pulis, Moyes, Laudrup, Hoddle, Sherwood, Lennon and even Curbishley [how long has been out of football now ? } are to be attracted to SJP. Is he they type of guy to do that is the question ??????? Normally my answer would be NO but, IF he is panicking about losing out on the big money in the PL {the parachute payments are big now but nothing compared to the real deal of having PL status} which he will eventually be, then perhaps Pulis and Moyes do genuinely have a chance ??? That would then mean that he'd have to abandon Carr as I just cannot see Moyes, Pulis etc, having foreigners pushed on them and told to work with them. Views ??? Can he change ????
  5. Does anyone think TIOTE will be much of a miss ?? Brilliant first season, dipped a bit second season and then been in and out form wise imho. Who to replace him ? Bigiramana ? Or outsider - doubt Ashley will give the £10m to Moyes etc to spend ???
  6. got a sneaky feeling for a draw - they aren't owt like the team of last season - Bony's spat his dummy out not getting a move and looks half the player he was - Gomis is getting infront of him now. The pace of Dyer and Routledge is the worry added to Janmatt's diabolical defending.
  7. Taylor will be back in on Saturday - mind having seen Hernandez last night, it could be a torrid afternoon for him.
  8. a weird but amusing analogy thanks !!!! Got to disagree - Pardew presumably tells Carr what positions he is looking to fill. Carr then recommends players to Charnley who then mulls it over with Ashley, who then tells Pardew who he is getting for the position{s} he asked them to fill. I would doubt VERY MUCH if Pardew is allowed to say '' sorry lads I don't want him''. He'll probably just be glad there's a body coming in !!! IF those players then prove to be 2nd rate, is it then Pardew's fault for bad coaching ?? Come on !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Cabella was so highly rated, no one else was after him despite the Bundesliga, Serie A and the Spanish League being on their doorstep. I honestly can't see him making it but time will tell as it will with Riviere, Perez, Ferrerya, the 2 Forest lads, Janmatt and Colback who I am convinced was only signed to wind the mackems up. He is a very average footballer and the thought of him getting £50k per week really does sicken me. Tbf, Pardew has the air of someone who is expecting the sack - and if the players really want him there, they will pull out a result v a very ordinary Hull. If they lose, it will prove that they dont want him there, and go he will. I wont shed any tears whatsoever, BUT as I've said, to just give him the shit when others are involved is wrong, but I do understand why emotions are running so high. And the news that Ashley is in place until at least MAY 2016, just deepens the depression.
  9. the dog would be more useful based on what I've seen so far - early days, but looks shit to me.
  10. as I've asked before, explain the top 5 finish then - was his coaching not good then or was it all pure luck ??? everyone shouting for Laudrup, Pulis and Bruce - when did they ever get a top 5 finish ? How often did Moyes achieve that ??
  11. So how do you explain the top 5 finish ?? Pardew had had the rug pulled from under him every season he has been here beginning with Carroll and ending {so far} with Mbiwa, with the likes of BA and CABAYE in between. He has bent over backwards with HBA to no avail {look at his past record with managers} and he is getting a ludicrous amount of stick for that. Injuries havent helped either - Colocinni has had long spells out for the last 3 seasons and he is key as the other 2 planks just aren't up to it.Mbiwa was probably shipped out to save 30k on the wage bill and we just dont know if Carr recommended replacements and whether or not they were vetoed or werent available/get-able. Without doubt, AP is a dead man walking, but I have a suspicion that Hull will be put to the sword next week, but this constant and totally unreasonable blaming of Pardew for everything is just hysteria of the worst kind. Ashely is the main culprit - the constraints put on transfers, wages etc do not help one iota, whilst Carr's judgment NOT Pardew's has not been good recently though he has had some real successes given the combined profit made on Cabaye and Debuchy of £20m. Does anyone on here think Pardew has the ultimate veto when Carr and Charnley report to Ashley on a player and then they pull in Pardew to discuss Riviere, Cabella, Ferrereya etc ??? This was always going to be a tough season as there doesnt appear to be a team that will be a whipping boy, and replacing Remy's goals was always going to be very difficult - everyone is looking for a 15 goal a season striker, everyone, but we'll see how difficult that job is at the end of the season when the players with 15 PL goals will probably all be revealed as playing for top 6 sides. Not getting Remy is NOT Pardew's fault - he clearly stated he wanted a Chapions League team - why don't people get that ??? There'll be 10 teams battling to avoid the drop up til the last 2 weeks of the season as most teams outside the top 7 are very much a ''muchness''. One thing for sure is that if the atmosphere is pure poison next week, Hull will be the only beneficiaries, and anyone who claims they want a defeat so that it could hasten Pardew's exit is NOT a fan in my book.
  12. Given that PULIS walked out on Palace due to lack of control over transfers, would he really be able to work with Ashley ? Like Moyes, Laudrup and Hoddle, he is a very wealthy bloke, knows his value, and doesnt need to take a job where the shit is going to be flying at least 50% of the time. Bruce is probably in that category too, only he isnt very good.
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