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 Post subject: Re: Rummblings in the board room
PostPosted: Sun Mar 04, 2012 10:00 am 
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I feel bad saying it but I kind of hope the OP is right. And I think a change at the top would be enough - we have the players, tactics and maybe training not good enough


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 04, 2012 4:33 pm 
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Rummblings in the board room......perhaps the prawn sarnies were a bit off?


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I hope this is correct and the board acts quickly to bring in a person to replace CF, martin Allen or gary megson.

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 04, 2012 6:52 pm 
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From Webbys twitter

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Whatever happens internally at Argyle this week (because as in all walks of life lots happens behind the scenes) we must come out fighting


:think: :think: :silent: :eh: :scarf: :sad:


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 04, 2012 7:17 pm 

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Compton Green wrote:
From Webbys twitter

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Whatever happens internally at Argyle this week (because as in all walks of life lots happens behind the scenes) we must come out fighting


:think: :think: :silent: :eh: :scarf: :sad:


Saw that earlier too....does seem a strange thing to say in respect of all the threads regarding the managers position.
Not read all the threads but has Mr.President commented on any of them as president or Webby??? To comment on Twitter with a double entendre is a bit weird.


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 04, 2012 8:00 pm 
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I think it's funny that Chris Webb felt the need to qualify his "whatever happens internally at Argyle" comment by telling us all that stuff happens behind the scenes in all walks of life. It is like he wanted to tell us that something is happening but felt he couldn't come straight out and tell us and so, with the () comment, attempts to make it look like the first part is something that might have just crossed his mind for no particular reason.


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 05, 2012 9:11 am 
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blackbeard wrote:
I hope this is correct and the board acts quickly to bring in a person to replace CF, martin Allen or gary megson.


Jebus I would rather David Pleat than either of those two. :lol:


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 05, 2012 12:56 pm 
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Why's it to late? We are we giving up? We might aswel just try instead of allowing ourselves to drop into the BSP. At least a new manager would most likely play 2 upfront at home, make sure the full backs are not infront of the wingers, stop them tweeting as much and make them communicate on the pitch.


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PostPosted: Mon Mar 05, 2012 1:01 pm 
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Cobi Budge. wrote:
Why's it to late? We are we giving up? We might aswel just try instead of allowing ourselves to drop into the BSP. At least a new manager would most likely play 2 upfront at home, make sure the full backs are not infront of the wingers, stop them tweeting as much and make them communicate on the pitch.



Five posts furiously posted within 15 minutes, is it your school lunch break? Less is more. :thumbs:

Edit: Another two added in the time it took me to post this message. Seven in 16 minutes. Simmer down Cobi.


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We should have grabbed warnock back at the turn of the year its getting to late now ,we are where we deserve to be considering we have only three home wins this season and this is the basement league how embarrasing is that being afraid of teams like Crawley. Fletcher states in the press on friday we are going for a win and yet he plays 4-5-1 WHY ?. Thinking of a few seasons ago when we were in trouble we employed Pulis to get us out of the mire and it worked .
i have supported Argyle now for 50 years and this is the worse team I have seen and what has Deehan contributed to the situation not enough.
We need to get a new manager and a couple of good loan players and quick otherwise we will probably go down ,looking at all the ex league teams in the conference for example Luton we could be there for a few years.
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mikeyj wrote:
We should have grabbed warnock back at the turn of the year


This rather assumes that he would have come here and that if he would we could have sensibly afforded him.


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mikeyj wrote:
We should have grabbed warnock back at the turn of the year


This rather assumes that he would have come here and that if he would we could have sensibly afforded him.



Spot on Doc.

Warnock being prepared to drop from the Premier to the bottom of League 2 is just an urban myth.

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 05, 2012 8:40 pm 
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maybe buying a bigger flag ?

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