Battery has gone a bit flat. Needs a jump start.I think there's a chance they've started to believe their own hype to a degree. We started so well, overperforming, maybe they just took their foot off the pedal a little, got overconfident, and now they can't find that same gear again?
Maybe Alex Neil only allows one leader in the dressing room and that's himself.They care and put in the effort but they're just weak minded and a bit spineless.
This is the second time this group have shit themselves when in a good position and slid down the table. As a group they just seem very feeble mentally and it turns into a lack of confidence and poor performances whenever the pressure is on.
Further proof is the way players like Browne & Rudd complain in public whenever there are a few jeers in the crowd, could you see the likes of John Welsh or Paul Huntington publically having a pop at fans and being a massive slapped ass about some criticism?
Joey Barton is a horrible specimen of a human being. Wouldn't want him anywhere near our club.Wish people would stop mentioning Grezza when talks of a new manager arise.
1. We ain’t getting rid of Neil
2. Even hypothetically, what’s he actually done to warrant the North End job. Salford struggles for large parts of this season, despite a rather large budget for that level.
If Neil ever did leave, we’d need someone poisonous in that dug out. We’ve had nice managers, but they get you so far. And by poisonous, I mean someone everyone loves to hate, not Graham Westley.
A Billy Davies, Neil Warnock type figure. My personal choice would be Joey Barton. If Neil did leave think we’d be nailed on with Gareth Ainsworth.
Which is exactly why I’d want him. Couldn’t give a shit about his history if his teams produce results on the pitch, which his Fleetwood side does.Joey Barton is a horrible specimen of a human being. Wouldn't want him anywhere near our club.
His French is shit as well.
Do you know his history ?Which is exactly why I’d want him. Couldn’t give a shit about his history if his teams produce results on the pitch, which his Fleetwood side does.