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Postby fred keenor » Sun Sep 27, 2020 8:10 pm

So it appears Patts was sold with the full consent of NH as he did not fit into his plans

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Re: Dalman breaks the silence

Postby goats » Sun Sep 27, 2020 8:29 pm

fred keenor wrote:So it appears Patts was sold with the full consent of NH as he did not fit into his plans

Bluebirds heirarchy suprised by NH comments


Surprised he wanted to go to sheff weds, surely going down?
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Re: Dalman breaks the silence

Postby bluebirdoct1962 » Sun Sep 27, 2020 8:35 pm

goats wrote:
fred keenor wrote:So it appears Patts was sold with the full consent of NH as he did not fit into his plans

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Surprised he wanted to go to sheff weds, surely going down?

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Re: Dalman breaks the silence

Postby Bakedalasker » Sun Sep 27, 2020 9:56 pm

Can't see Harris being around much longer.
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Re: Dalman breaks the silence

Postby skidemin » Sun Sep 27, 2020 10:06 pm

Bakedalasker wrote:Can't see Harris being around much longer.



they will keep him unless its clear we are in danger mate...which having watched the first 3 games might not be that far off...
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Re: Dalman breaks the silence

Postby bluesince62 » Mon Sep 28, 2020 12:01 am

skidemin wrote:
Bakedalasker wrote:Can't see Harris being around much longer.



they will keep him unless its clear we are in danger mate...which having watched the first 3 games might not be that far off...



First 3 games,does that include the win,or are you talking cup as well,as most on here,were saying that away game was what they wanted to see from our team?? Perhaps he was diverting the flack,knowing paterson is a fans favourite, and he didn't want to say he wasn't in my plans? Silly thing to do if so.
I recall some saying Bellamy should have been made manager,but that doesn't always work out either,besiktas in Turkey made sergen yalcin their manager,as he was absolutely adored there as a player (10,000 turned out to greet him at stadium!) But so far? He has fans calling for his head,after two defeats in 3! While I am not convinced we are doomed quite yet,another 10 games,and maybe my mind will be swayed,one way or the other? :old: :bluebird:
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Re: Dalman breaks the silence

Postby skidemin » Mon Sep 28, 2020 12:16 am

bluesince62 wrote:
skidemin wrote:
Bakedalasker wrote:Can't see Harris being around much longer.



they will keep him unless its clear we are in danger mate...which having watched the first 3 games might not be that far off...



First 3 games,does that include the win,or are you talking cup as well,as most on here,were saying that away game was what they wanted to see from our team?? Perhaps he was diverting the flack,knowing paterson is a fans favourite, and he didn't want to say he wasn't in my plans? Silly thing to do if so.
I recall some saying Bellamy should have been made manager,but that doesn't always work out either,besiktas in Turkey made sergen yalcin their manager,as he was absolutely adored there as a player (10,000 turned out to greet him at stadium!) But so far? He has fans calling for his head,after two defeats in 3! While I am not convinced we are doomed quite yet,another 10 games,and maybe my mind will be swayed,one way or the other? :old: :bluebird:



i payed very little attention to the lge cup defeat.. as for Harris , no idea what that was about yesterday , its pretty obvious Pato wasnt big in his plans having given him 15 minutes across the last 8 games many of which you could use 5 subs... this after being a constant in that unbeaten run... very strange and not the first time... and then he goes and claims we were the better team.. ???????? beats me...
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Postby TopCat CCFC » Mon Sep 28, 2020 12:17 am

goats wrote:
fred keenor wrote:So it appears Patts was sold with the full consent of NH as he did not fit into his plans

Bluebirds heirarchy suprised by NH comments


Surprised he wanted to go to sheff weds, surely going down?


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Re: Dalman breaks the silence

Postby bluesince62 » Mon Sep 28, 2020 12:35 am

skidemin wrote:
bluesince62 wrote:
skidemin wrote:
Bakedalasker wrote:Can't see Harris being around much longer.



they will keep him unless its clear we are in danger mate...which having watched the first 3 games might not be that far off...



First 3 games,does that include the win,or are you talking cup as well,as most on here,were saying that away game was what they wanted to see from our team?? Perhaps he was diverting the flack,knowing paterson is a fans favourite, and he didn't want to say he wasn't in my plans? Silly thing to do if so.
I recall some saying Bellamy should have been made manager,but that doesn't always work out either,besiktas in Turkey made sergen yalcin their manager,as he was absolutely adored there as a player (10,000 turned out to greet him at stadium!) But so far? He has fans calling for his head,after two defeats in 3! While I am not convinced we are doomed quite yet,another 10 games,and maybe my mind will be swayed,one way or the other? :old: :bluebird:



i payed very little attention to the lge cup defeat.. as for Harris , no idea what that was about yesterday , its pretty obvious Pato wasnt big in his plans having given him 15 minutes across the last 8 games many of which you could use 5 subs... this after being a constant in that unbeaten run... very strange and not the first time... and then he goes and claims we were the better team.. ???????? beats me...



Fair enough,we should play the same system we played away at home,we seemed to improve ,then change again.I will give him a little time to build his own squad though,as he has had his hands tied to a degree,in terms of going with what he had inherited, I do think the ojo signing was in the hope he would shine,as brewer had at the jacks. But a bit too trigger happy after losing nml imho.,should have waited to see who else became available,someone with a bit of experience. We can obviously deal with prem teams,as we have with both youngsters this year.must have been the low outgoings re wage demands. :old: :bluebird:
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Re: Dalman breaks the silence

Postby bluebirdoct1962 » Mon Sep 28, 2020 6:59 am

bluesince62 wrote:
skidemin wrote:
bluesince62 wrote:
skidemin wrote:
Bakedalasker wrote:Can't see Harris being around much longer.



they will keep him unless its clear we are in danger mate...which having watched the first 3 games might not be that far off...



First 3 games,does that include the win,or are you talking cup as well,as most on here,were saying that away game was what they wanted to see from our team?? Perhaps he was diverting the flack,knowing paterson is a fans favourite, and he didn't want to say he wasn't in my plans? Silly thing to do if so.
I recall some saying Bellamy should have been made manager,but that doesn't always work out either,besiktas in Turkey made sergen yalcin their manager,as he was absolutely adored there as a player (10,000 turned out to greet him at stadium!) But so far? He has fans calling for his head,after two defeats in 3! While I am not convinced we are doomed quite yet,another 10 games,and maybe my mind will be swayed,one way or the other? :old: :bluebird:



i payed very little attention to the lge cup defeat.. as for Harris , no idea what that was about yesterday , its pretty obvious Pato wasnt big in his plans having given him 15 minutes across the last 8 games many of which you could use 5 subs... this after being a constant in that unbeaten run... very strange and not the first time... and then he goes and claims we were the better team.. ???????? beats me...



Fair enough,we should play the same system we played away at home,we seemed to improve ,then change again.I will give him a little time to build his own squad though,as he has had his hands tied to a degree,in terms of going with what he had inherited, I do think the ojo signing was in the hope he would shine,as brewer had at the jacks. But a bit too trigger happy after losing nml imho.,should have waited to see who else became available,someone with a bit of experience. We can obviously deal with prem teams,as we have with both youngsters this year.must have been the low outgoings re wage demands. :old: :bluebird:

I think the sway system is dictated by the seat side coming at us and us hitting in the break whereas at home the onus is on us and without Tomlin we are currently unable to pick the lock imo 63.
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Re: Dalman breaks the silence

Postby Forever Blue » Mon Sep 28, 2020 7:00 am

Bakedalasker wrote:Can't see Harris being around much longer.



Great to see a manager finally speaking out.
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Re: Dalman breaks the silence

Postby Jasonccfc » Mon Sep 28, 2020 7:49 am

Forever Blue wrote:
Bakedalasker wrote:Can't see Harris being around much longer.



Great to see a manager finally speaking out.


Dalman is saying different though
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Re: Dalman breaks the silence

Postby Forever Blue » Mon Sep 28, 2020 8:19 am

Jasonccfc wrote:
Forever Blue wrote:
Bakedalasker wrote:Can't see Harris being around much longer.



Great to see a manager finally speaking out.


Dalman is saying different though


And I know Dalman well and I’ve said it to his face on many different occasions you should of been an MP.

A manager would not Spk out like he did if there was nothing to it.


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Re: Dalman breaks the silence

Postby fred keenor » Mon Sep 28, 2020 3:54 pm

Forever Blue wrote:
Jasonccfc wrote:
Forever Blue wrote:
Bakedalasker wrote:Can't see Harris being around much longer.



Great to see a manager finally speaking out.


Dalman is saying different though


And I know Dalman well and I’ve said it to his face on many different occasions you should of been an MP.

A manager would not Spk out like he did if there was nothing to it.


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