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singingiiiffy

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« Reply #510 on: Today at 20:47:55 »

I think this is such a bad take. Wellens won the league, and is a far better manager than Garner. 'Cheated with us and went off with another club' - you remember what a cluster fuck it was behind the scenes last year, i blame nobody for leaving with the cunt power in charge and given what was going on. He's also damaged goods now, far less likely to be taken from us now he has had those spells elsewhere. I would take him back immediately, but doubt we are getting him out of orient.

then say it! don't publicly preach loyalty and piss off to the league below. not once did he site ownership problems as a reason for leaving or say power was a problem.

“First and foremost, it was to be closer to my family – I’ve lived near Salford for 25 years, and secondly, Salford is a club that wants to be ambitious. They’re the main two.

anyway old news. he's never coming back and I wouldn't want him to
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« Reply #511 on: Today at 20:53:06 »

On the subject of ex managers, there were rumours of Mark Cooper last summer. If he were to get the job I’d almost certainly have a break from attending as I really can’t stand him and couldn’t bring myself to support him.
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