last home game of the season

onthetwo

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anyone thinking about sending a very clear message to the club about how we feel about the current coach?
Seems a unanimous view on here toward Tim but like others on here, ive lost faith in DL and his ability to choose a coach and back him and my worst nightmare is that he leaves Tim in charge.
Im 99% sure he'll find someone else but isnt it worth making it 100% clear how we feel?
 

Spurger King

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The lap of 'honour' is certainly going to be an awkward moment. I can also imagine Sherwood picking up a microphone to tell the crowd how great a job he's done to get us anywhere near the 'big clubs', before going full Harry and telling us to be grateful because this is as good as it gets.

Of course with a bit of luck he'll have been told to fuck off by then.
 

dagraham

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Nothing could be as awkward as the "lap of honour" (or lap of shame as it should often be known) after Hoddle's last full season.

We lost 4-0 at home to Blackburn and there were people throwing their ST on the pitch (which I thought was quite funny as it was so pointless, seeing as the season was over anyway).

The most awkward bit was that I remember some players didn't come out and those that did were in little cliques. That was one screwed up dressing room.
 

riggi

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The lap of 'honour' is certainly going to be an awkward moment. I can also imagine Sherwood picking up a microphone to tell the crowd how great a job he's done to get us anywhere near the 'big clubs', before going full Harry and telling us to be grateful because this is as good as it gets.

Of course with a bit of luck he'll have been told to fuck off by then.
They won't do it. Kings testimonial will be that, the day after.
 

dimiSpur

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I was actually imagining running down as near the touchline as possible and screaming to Tim "Fuck off you ****" in the hope that he'd attack me.
 

Spurger King

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I was actually imagining running down as near the touchline as possible and screaming to Tim "Fuck off you ****" in the hope that he'd attack me.
Meanwhile, he'll be sat in the West Stand Upper, wondering what you're up to.
 

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How about everyone shows up wearing a gilet and nothing else?

This would send out a clear message. I'm just not sure what the message is.
 

Booney

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Alternatively, as Tim likes watching from the stands so much, how about we all watch from the manager's dugout? We could leave him all on his own.
 

scottishbairn

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Don't see the point. I'm sure Levy can see what is happening on the pitch and has a plan for the summer. We just need to see this season out.

I can honestly say that I was pleased, at the time, with every managerial appointment. At the time of appointment I thought Sherwood was a stop gap so couldn't really argue with his appointment.

Hindsight is a wonderful thing.
 

SteveH

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i like tim.
I dont dislike him, but he just does not fill me with confidence.

I think there are quite a few on here who have gone way overboard with their negative rhetoric regarding Tim. But its the nature of forum members.
 
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