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Re: It's Fletcher - caretaker manager

Posted: 13:05 20 Sep 2011
by Mazza26
The Doctor wrote: This question has been asked before but I don't think anyone has answered it yet - has Carl Fletcher got any coaching badges yet and if so, which ones?


Yes, both Larrieu and Fletch - not sure which ones. (Sorry if it's already been answered.)

Re: It's Fletcher - caretaker manager

Posted: 13:16 20 Sep 2011
by deanthegreenmachine
MAZZA26 wrote:
The Doctor wrote: This question has been asked before but I don't think anyone has answered it yet - has Carl Fletcher got any coaching badges yet and if so, which ones?


Yes, both Larrieu and Fletch - not sure which ones. (Sorry if it's already been answered.)



I wonder if fletch will ask mackie to come down for a month from qpr, hes due to start for them at the end of october, needs to get up to premiership speed, good mates apparently, and that favour warnock promised us ......

Re: It's Fletcher - caretaker manager

Posted: 13:37 20 Sep 2011
by Mazza26
deanthegreenmachine wrote:
MAZZA26 wrote:
The Doctor wrote: This question has been asked before but I don't think anyone has answered it yet - has Carl Fletcher got any coaching badges yet and if so, which ones?


Yes, both Larrieu and Fletch - not sure which ones. (Sorry if it's already been answered.)



I wonder if fletch will ask mackie to come down for a month from qpr, hes due to start for them at the end of october, needs to get up to premiership speed, good mates apparently, and that favour warnock promised us ......


:lol:

Ah Neil Warnock. Plymothians love him. Not so sure about that favour though. I keep bumping into Mackie down chiswick high street or the boozer across from work, i'd love him to come, probably more chance of Barry Hayles never ever getting a yellow card for the rest of his professional career. Akos is the player I feel sorry for, played well so far when he's featured in the prem league. Don't think he will feature much with the new boys.
Fletch will have more realistic contacts i'm sure.

Re: It's Fletcher - caretaker manager

Posted: 14:20 20 Sep 2011
by SMD1971
The only question worth worrying about is - will he be able to get new players in?

Either, has he got the contacts and friends as Reid apparently did...but where has that gotten us so far...or has he got an efficient scouting network and the required backing from those with the purse strings?

Fletch and Ro may be able to coach and motivate, but that will only permeate into results if the players get better.

It was the only option in the situation we're in and I'm less than optimistic that many managers with the know how and ability to get us out of this will want to be here anyway.

Re: It's Fletcher - caretaker manager

Posted: 14:48 20 Sep 2011
by samoht
Very Bad move.

Re: It's Fletcher - caretaker manager

Posted: 18:22 21 Sep 2011
by Shane Harris
I really hope the crowd give the new manager a huge welcome on Saturday.

The new first team coach is a good lad too.