Our chance of survival in 2013

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Our chance of survival in 2013

Post by optiontrader » Tue Nov 20, 2012 4:04 pm

In the last 5 seasons the 4th bottom team would have needed:-

2012 40 points.
2011 33 points
2010 34 points
2009 32 points
2008 43 points

an average of over 36 points, we have 10 point from 15 games an average of 30-31 points. A couple of wins will lift our average up tremendously, and there seems to be a lot of teams struggling so maybe 32-33 points may be sufficent.

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Re: Our chance of survival in 2013

Post by passtheball » Tue Nov 20, 2012 4:58 pm

The relegation trio could involve as many as the current nine bottom clubs with a look at games played to date, and their games in hand - apart from other possible factors, and there is as yet two thirds of the season to go for several of those. So, chances are each club will probably beat each other, and some could pull away with a run of wins, and the positions could change on just about a weekly basis. To be safe, clear and out of it, will require a real effort every game, and I am talking now about Shields, with a bit of luck, and other results to go our way to help, everything will be accepted, and hopefully a few better players signed where needed to strengthen the team. If's and buts as ever in a developing situation that requires a level now of consistency of performance, with application from all concerned to the job needed, and input of determination, commitment and as said previous the will and the want from everyone in a Shields top to succeed and to pull the club out of the present position. As will every other team in the same situation at the wrong end of the table be under instructions to try and create some breathing space before the New Year is upon us. No doubt it will be a battle royal and the results of games more important than the football played, its all about survival this season in the first division - nothing else. Three points tonight will greatly help .....

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Re: Our chance of survival in 2013

Post by SUNGONEIN » Tue Nov 20, 2012 7:59 pm

here are some better stats that tell the truth
since the current manager came as asst then manager the LEAGUE record is (and in 12 months (if you believe what you hear) he had 8 months of good resources and still lost more games than have been won

P57 W18 D7 L32

even if relegation is avoided there is only one conclusion anyone with any idea about football management would conclude-except for the current powers of course #-o #-o #-o #-o #-o #-o #-o

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Re: Our chance of survival in 2013

Post by Lemmiwinks » Tue Nov 20, 2012 8:58 pm

Don't forget that there are four more games this season due to the extra two teams. 36+ would seem more likely I think.
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Re: Our chance of survival in 2013

Post by SUNGONEIN » Tue Nov 20, 2012 9:51 pm

amendment needed tonight

P58 W18 D7 L33

the question of survival???------almost nil unkess somebody makes a decision for the benefit of the survival of the club----and not just in the first division

which club in this league or any other can continue to back a manager with that record??? unless they dont have a clue as to how to go about getting someone who can improve on that record--and it wont take much :^o :^o :^o

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Re: Our chance of survival in 2013

Post by optiontrader » Wed Nov 21, 2012 5:39 pm

Forgot about that lemmiwinks, that gives us 29 points at the end of the season-not enough. Big changes have to be made now-we will be relegated if we keep the status quo. We seem to be struggling to field a decent midweek team, for starters how about putting a block on playing for teams apart from Shields i.e. Pub + Sunday league teams....re-organise the team management seems an obvious step...could a co-manager help the current manager...2 heads are better than 1.....

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Re: Our chance of survival in 2013

Post by SUNGONEIN » Wed Nov 21, 2012 8:25 pm

Option i think there are far more serching questions to be asked

no other club would allow the current situation to continue=that raises questions about how the club is run and why they persist to back failure

Is the financial state of the club so bad that they are unable to do anything about it or dont know what to do about it???

if the club was owned by the public surely they would not allow the situation to continue-is this what the club are trying to avoid now????

as for stopping players playing Sundays- can only be done if they are on contract and who would want to put any of this lot on contract!!!!!

a manager is needed who can sign players who can play Saturday and midweek and are the standard required, after all they are being paid to play a game they love-however much that may be are they really worth being paid?????

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