OK as a player but always struck me as a bit of a bully lacking in communication skills on the couple of occasions I met him.. Out of depth last season so will be interesting to see how he copes at Truro
feag wrote:Herts_Green wrote: He absolutely was a legend as a player - he played a huge part in the turnaround that the club experienced going from League 2 to the Championship. If we had a leader in the team like him last season I don’t think we would have gone down.
However I happen to think he will be a very poor manager. Not just because of what happened last season with him as assistant but I never thought he came across as being particularly intelligent in the way he spoke about the game and I also thought he seemed a bit arrogant. Not qualities that make a great manager. Like I said though I wish him and Truro all the best, I hope he does really well there.
Lets hope he makes a better manager than he did a defensive coach, most of last seasons problems stemmed from being the second most useless defensive side in the division,and he was mostly responsible
oldage wrote: OK as a player but always struck me as a bit of a bully lacking in communication skills on the couple of occasions I met him.. Out of depth last season so will be interesting to see how he copes at Truro
oldage wrote: Voice of reason,glad to oblige.
Devongreenowl ,we will never see eye to eye so I suggest you ignore my comments as I do with yours.
IMHO Wotton was a legend as an Argyle player but it was a mistake to bring him back in a management capacity.
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