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  1. 26 minutes ago, Nuwtfly said:

    With all due respect, David, it doesn’t really matter who the manager is now, does it? What happens on the pitch has been made irrelevant by the actions of the owner. 

    I obviously don’t think we can bring in a “new” manager. It would just have to be one of the current coaches who is OK to have a significantly lower salary than your man, Wayne. 

    Is a manager on wages like Rooneys an appropriate appointment at a time like this? It wasn’t before administration, it sure as hell won’t be now.

    The administrators will be looking to find a buyer for the club as soon as possible. A club with Wayne Rooney at the helm would probably be an easier sell than if one of the coaches is running the show. I quite rightly have no idea what Wayne Rooney earns, I would imagine nobody else on this forum does  either.

    I do think the first part of your post is a worrying attitude. 

  2. I am enjoying the majority of the football we are playing. I like the way we are playing out from the back. The movement is generally good. We clearly have an obvious problem up front which is going to stay with us until at least the new year. 
    The first Birmingham goal was nothing to do with pressure, just a sloppy pass back by a young player. The second could have been avoided if our overrated and unreliable right back had bothered to track their player back when he picked up an unfortunate ricochet. 

    Not surprised on here by some of the usual suspects who only pop up after a loss asking for a Neanderthal approach to football. 

  3. 41 minutes ago, QuitYourJibbaJivin said:

    Oh look what a surprise, the gov obviously aren’t happy with the JCVI conclusion that in this instance the vaccine is more dangerous than the virus. I hope parents are made well aware of this when/if they start rolling them out.


    A sign of a weak argument is when someone starts misquoting (telling little porkies) an article.

  4. 2 hours ago, RoyMac5 said:

    You can't just look at the points from one game - its over a season, derr. Even Cocu's points kept us up!

    Takes me back to us winning the league first time under Clough. It was only because of the result at Wolves and Arsenal that Derby were champions. Absolutely nothing to do with the other 41 games that Leeds and Liverpool had played. 

  5. 10 hours ago, Chris_Martin said:

    He has made one mistake. That's a lot less than our other defenders.

    Well he made two on Saturday and plenty last season. He is decent going forward but he is not a good defender.

  6. 15 hours ago, TheresOnlyWanChope said:

    Byre? No way. Our best player. 

    There is no way that Byrne is a defender. He is ok going forward  but he has no ability no concentrate on his defensive duties or an awareness of wheat is going on around him. 

    Unless you are joking of course in which case 'chortle, chortle'.

  7. 6 hours ago, IslandExile said:

    If true, Rooney will probably go for Baldock but he's a different kind of player.

    We need a different kind of striker. We need one that gets himself into the area. His control is great, but we are crying out for someone with more awareness in front of goal. It is a real shame for Kazim but may benefit us as a team with the right replacement.

  8. It seems to me that everything to do with the club is in an impossible position until a takeover or significant investment is made. I have no issue with Mel, he backed his managers and recruitment team and they made bad or risky decisions collectively. 
    The difficult situation the cub is in is always going to make reporting openly a hard thing to do. 
    As regards David’s situation. Thanks for attending for us, nothing to beat yourself up about or to my mind even apologise for. 
    I personally would not have a problem with a line being drawn underneath it and say no info is coming out. 
    your own sanity is far more important. 😊

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