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How long before NESV can be expected to act?


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Just as a comparison I looked back on the history of the Sale of the Boston Red Sox

 

 

The Sale of the Red Sox to NESV was approved on January 16th 2002.

A New General Manager was appointed on February 28th 2001 and exactly one week later the Manager was fired.

 

That’s 50 days from approval to a new manager.

 

 

If they run with roughly the same timeframe for LFC then you have to add 50 days to the day they took over LFC. That date was 15th October 2010. Fifty days are up on December 4th.

 

Maybe they’ll be nice and let him be in charge during the Villa game on the 6th…

 

 

Of course it was in between seasons for the red sox but who knows how that influences the way they act?

 

Roy – start packing…..

 

 

 

My money is on 7th December...

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They know more about baseball than footy though.

 

All depends on results.

 

 

If we lose to West Ham tomorrow, he should be out the door by Monday. I'm still expecting him to be here by the summer. But then i'm expecting our results to pick up.

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They know more about baseball than footy though.

 

All depends on results.

 

 

If we lose to West Ham tomorrow, he should be out the door by Monday. I'm still expecting him to be here by the summer. But then i'm expecting our results to pick up.

 

If the Daglish chants are long and loud enough tommorow........................who knows? :mischief::mischief:

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They know more about baseball than footy though.

 

All depends on results.

 

 

If we lose to West Ham tomorrow, he should be out the door by Monday. I'm still expecting him to be here by the summer. But then i'm expecting our results to pick up.

 

 

perhaps, but he's lost the crowd. massively. Every bad result there will be calls for Dalglish, every bad performance. it cant continue as it is. i think the sooner they act the better for the club long term.

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I think they're caught between a rock and a hard place. They probably wanted Roy to improve things so they can assess their options and see who is available in the summer. Sacking him now doesn't leave them with much choice. People will say Kenny but I'm not sure they want him involved at that level.

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perhaps, but he's lost the crowd. massively. Every bad result there will be calls for Dalglish, every bad performance. it cant continue as it is. i think the sooner they act the better for the club long term.

 

it 'should' be about getting the right man in though, not just ABR

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and more damage will be done if the next appointment is wrong

 

How much worse could it be Cobs? What do you reckon our away record will look like if this old fecker is still here in May?

 

EDIT: I agree with you re the appointment but just give it to someone on a temporary basis until the "right" man can be found. I believe that the longer Hodgson stays the more chance there is of damage being done which will take years to put right.

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and more damage will be done if the next appointment is wrong

 

Sacking Hodgson and appointing a caretaker is a real option and arguably significantly better than keeping with Hodgson until the "right man" is available.

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How much worse could it be Cobs? What do you reckon our away record will look like if this old fecker is still here in May?

 

EDIT: I agree with you re the appointment but just give it to someone on a temporary basis until the "right" man can be found. I believe that the longer Hodgson stays the more chance there is of damage being done which will take years to put right.

 

Unless we get relegated the impact of Hodgson is an opportunity cost

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Sacking Hodgson and appointing a caretaker is a real option and arguably significantly better than keeping with Hodgson until the "right man" is available.

 

Defo, give a few mill to Hiddink, Dalglish or whatever and then assess from there.

 

But most importantly, get this useless t*** away from our club!

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How much worse could it be Cobs? What do you reckon our away record will look like if this old fecker is still here in May?

 

I suspect they're assessing their options so that if they do appoint a new guy they 100% believe in him and wll then back him accordingly. Not surprised in the least they've not rushed to replace him.

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I suspect they're assessing their options so that if they do appoint a new guy they 100% believe in him and wll then back him accordingly. Not surprised in the least they've not rushed to replace him.

 

And all the while, we're playing sh*te and losing football matches that we should be winning.

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I suspect they're assessing their options so that if they do appoint a new guy they 100% believe in him and wll then back him accordingly. Not surprised in the least they've not rushed to replace him.

Yeah, true. Shame that managers have to be signed on 5 year deals. Oh wait. No. No they don't.

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If the Daglish chants are long and loud enough tommorow........................who knows? :mischief::mischief:

 

TBF. I was expecting the chants for Kenny to be deafening at the Blackburn match, after the previous weeks we'd had and knowing nothing would happen before the takeover. But they weren't.

 

So I'm not expecting much tomorrow. Really hope I am wrong because after everton, stoke and wigan, I think results won't get him out, it will only be the fans turning on him.

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. I believe that the longer Hodgson stays the more chance there is of damage being done which will take years to put right.

and i beleive you're over-dramtising it just a tad

 

 

Sacking Hodgson and appointing a caretaker is a real option and arguably significantly better than keeping with Hodgson until the "right man" is available.

 

and then the caretaker loses his first 3 games, or 4 games, or wins 1 out of 6, and the player discontent grows, and Torres wants out in Jan, as does Reina etc etc etc

 

it'll go Poll crazy on here!!!!!

 

And all the while, we're playing sh*te and losing football matches that we should be winning.

 

apart from the games where we did win...

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and i beleive you're over-dramtising it just a tad

 

 

 

 

and then the caretaker loses his first 3 games, or 4 games, or wins 1 out of 6, and the player discontent grows, and Torres wants out in Jan, as does Reina etc etc etc

 

it'll go Poll crazy on here!!!!!

 

 

Depends on the caretaker. We can take not winning every game if we are playing to the level of our current squad, if we are not unnecessarily weakening the squad even further by signing obviously not good enough players that happen to be his mates and f**king off better players because the media say they're not good enough rather than actually viewing their performances. If he's constantly not talking the squad down, the club down, the fans down and talking up how difficult his job is when we all know what this squad can achieve because we've been here more than 5 minutes and don't just go on what it says in the daily mail.

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and then the caretaker loses his first 3 games, or 4 games, or wins 1 out of 6, and the player discontent grows, and Torres wants out in Jan, as does Reina etc etc etc

 

it'll go Poll crazy on here!!!!!

 

well at least we'd be no worse off and we wouldn't be saddled with another couple of Fulham players in January.

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Sacking Hodgson and appointing a caretaker is a real option and arguably significantly better than keeping with Hodgson until the "right man" is available.

 

Is the right answer

 

 

apart from the games where we did win...

 

Yeah, 4 out of 13 in the League :woohoo:

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and then the caretaker loses his first 3 games, or 4 games, or wins 1 out of 6, and the player discontent grows, and Torres wants out in Jan, as does Reina etc etc etc

 

it'll go Poll crazy on here!!!!!

 

 

I really don't care about Torres & Reina in all this.

 

There's an available option that is clearly better than what we have. He's clearly not the right man for the club or the squad. I'm not loving the direct communication side of things with NESV but even when we've played football of unbelievable s**** quality under Houllier and Benitez there's been a plan.

 

I'm still struggling with Stoke.

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