DECEMBER GAMES - MAKE OR BREAK ?

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DECEMBER GAMES - MAKE OR BREAK ?

Post by passtheball » Fri Nov 23, 2012 1:16 pm

The next five games up to Christmas will without any obvious doubt whatsoever at all have a huge bearing on just where the club will be in the early part of the second half of the season and whatever may then happen as a consequence thereafter because of these results, plain and simple .... 1st home to Shildon, 4th home to Newcastle Benfield, 8th away to Team Northumbria, 11th home to Marske United, and 15th home to Guisborough Town. Probably a last chance to save the situation from being really in freefall, cast adrift and with then little hope of avoiding the seeming inevitable, with four home games all against at best average NL opposition, and whatever may happen with results around us with other clubs as a possible help in such situations. Though relying on others, and good luck is not a preferred solution or part option at all, one makes ones own luck and wins ones own games and points. So with backs to the wall and odds shortening it is up to management and players to do what is required, get the club out of its current situation by whatever means possible, with more effort and application from the team, and new and better players however difficult that may well be to strengthen where required in the team.....

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Re: DECEMBER GAMES - MAKE OR BREAK ?

Post by optiontrader » Fri Nov 23, 2012 5:32 pm

passtheball:- I have been on your side the last couple of months trying to drum up support for the team + the management by posting positives posts. However I am of the opinion that action should have been taken this week to try to save the sinking ship. If action has been taken by the committee and we see improvements by Xmas fair enough, and I wish the manager best of luck, the next 5-6 games are surely critical for SSFC and us supporters!!!!!

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Re: DECEMBER GAMES - MAKE OR BREAK ?

Post by DEREK » Fri Nov 23, 2012 6:36 pm

Its all well and good saying "Sack the Manager" but we need a replacement before this is done. Also if the manager goes, how many of the players will follow suit and will replacements be brought in on the same budget as now? It seems we have the players but some of them seem reluctant to give 110% for the cause. Is that the fault of the manager?

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Re: DECEMBER GAMES - MAKE OR BREAK ?

Post by SUNGONEIN » Sat Nov 24, 2012 7:10 am

DEREK wrote:Its all well and good saying "Sack the Manager" but we need a replacement before this is done. Also if the manager goes, how many of the players will follow suit and will replacements be brought in on the same budget as now? It seems we have the players but some of them seem reluctant to give 110% for the cause. Is that the fault of the manager?
Ask Chelsea or Queens Park Rangers

The task of getting a new manager is the responsibility of the "hierarchy"-how they go about it is down to them-if they dont know how to what are they doing runnuing a football club????? I suspect they dont have the acumen to go about it and attract the right person-previous experience in persisting with obvious abjectivity is there for all to see. The gamble is now far too risky-nothing is happening but hoping for the best.

If players follow why would that be a problem-they aren't good enough to start with!!

Who signed the players? Why are they still there when they dont give the effort-they are either good enough or they arent-wouldnt that be obvious to any manager?

If they arent good enough who is responsible ultimately if things dont work out??

these are questions ANYONE looking from the outside in would ask

ultimately football is a results game

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