Clement

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Clement in or out

Poll ended at 02 Oct 2018 15:29
Out
35
25%
In
68
49%
Out but in a funny accent
3
2%
Oxf*rd off Maff
17
12%
Ian Royal
16
12%
 
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Re: Clement

by genome » 13 Oct 2018 11:25

He could have done better with that if I’m honest

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Re: Clement

by CountryRoyal » 13 Oct 2018 17:43

genome wrote:He could have done better with that if I’m honest


So could your girlfriend by the sounds of it.

:wink:

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Re: Clement

by Snowflake Royal » 13 Oct 2018 19:16

CountryRoyal wrote:
genome wrote:He could have done better with that if I’m honest


So could your girlfriend by the sounds of it.

:wink:

tee hee

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Re: Clement

by Kulshaw72RFC » 13 Oct 2018 20:48

Snowflake Royal wrote:
CountryRoyal wrote:
genome wrote:He could have done better with that if I’m honest


So could your girlfriend by the sounds of it.

:wink:

tee hee


Do you have a girlfriend, Snowflake Royal?

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Re: Clement

by Denver Royal » 13 Oct 2018 22:21

leon wrote:
Denver Royal wrote:Roy Keane would belie the notion there isn’t any manager in world that could do anything with this lot.
(Oh, and nor could all of Pep, Sir Alex, etc, combined).
Keane would divide fan base and be painful for some, esp if he came in and did well.

Im not entirely sure what you are saying?
A decent manager would get us out of this shit. They really would.

Yep, I’m saying that.
Also saying, if it were Roy ‘don’t want him anywhere near the club’ Keane, he’d divide the fan base even if he did.
Realized many years ago I’m likely in minority, in here, in not having to ‘like’ a manager. If I happen to like him, fine, but not a priority, for me.


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Re: Clement

by BR0B0T » 14 Oct 2018 02:16

NewCorkSeth wrote:I'm not saying he's a good manager and I'm not saying he's a poor manager, all I'm saying is the last time we appointed a former world class/ex Man Utd player as our manager we came 3rd.

Moore and Ilori certainly improved under Stam so maybe if we appointed Keane our CMs would improve.


Really not convinced by Roy Keane as a manager

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Re: Clement

by NewCorkSeth » 14 Oct 2018 13:09

BR0B0T wrote:
NewCorkSeth wrote:I'm not saying he's a good manager and I'm not saying he's a poor manager, all I'm saying is the last time we appointed a former world class/ex Man Utd player as our manager we came 3rd.

Moore and Ilori certainly improved under Stam so maybe if we appointed Keane our CMs would improve.


Really not convinced by Roy Keane as a manager

Neither am I but he might have improved and he has won promotion from thus league which people are often citing as a prerequisite for a future manager.

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Re: Clement

by Henley Royal 1 » 14 Oct 2018 15:09

If we are looking to change manager surely Danny Cowley at Lincoln has to be top of list .Young hungry good at working within a budget ,scoring goals at set pieces and more importantly good at defending set pieces.

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Re: Clement

by KentRoyal » 14 Oct 2018 15:32

Henley Royal 1 wrote:If we are looking to change manager surely Danny Cowley at Lincoln has to be top of list .Young hungry good at working within a budget ,scoring goals at set pieces and more importantly good at defending set pieces.

But would he leave? He has won efl trophy, national league, got to fa cup quarter finals and looking to get promoted with lincoln


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Re: Clement

by Kulshaw72RFC » 14 Oct 2018 15:45

KentRoyal wrote:
Henley Royal 1 wrote:If we are looking to change manager surely Danny Cowley at Lincoln has to be top of list .Young hungry good at working within a budget ,scoring goals at set pieces and more importantly good at defending set pieces.

But would he leave? He has won efl trophy, national league, got to fa cup quarter finals and looking to get promoted with lincoln


He won't come to ours

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Re: Clement

by sandman » 14 Oct 2018 16:10

So, to summarise the previous page, a group of people who spend their work days posting on an Internet forum rather than doing their jobs are moaning about a football player doing something in his spare time?

You guys are something else :lol: .

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Re: Clement

by Hound » 14 Oct 2018 16:39

Saw Netherlands beat Germany 3-0 the other night

Does that mean that Dutch football is no longer out of date and been found out?

Maybe we can get Stam back

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Re: Clement

by NewCorkSeth » 14 Oct 2018 17:54

Hound wrote:Saw Netherlands beat Germany 3-0 the other night

Does that mean that Dutch football is no longer out of date and been found out?

Maybe we can get Stam back

Think it means were more likely to go for a German manager..

Uwe Rosler seems about right..


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Re: Clement

by Kulshaw72RFC » 14 Oct 2018 18:28

sandman wrote:So, to summarise the previous page, a group of people who spend their work days posting on an Internet forum rather than doing their jobs are moaning about a football player doing something in his spare time?

You guys are something else :lol: .


Well, that is partly true however we are not paid 30k a week for our jobs and he should be concentrating on his performances as they have been utterly abysmal for months. He should be putting in extra work on the training ground rather then infront of his TV and PS4.

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Re: Clement

by NewCorkSeth » 14 Oct 2018 18:43

Kulshaw72RFC wrote:
sandman wrote:So, to summarise the previous page, a group of people who spend their work days posting on an Internet forum rather than doing their jobs are moaning about a football player doing something in his spare time?

You guys are something else :lol: .


Well, that is partly true however we are not paid 30k a week for our jobs and he should be concentrating on his performances as they have been utterly abysmal for months. He should be putting in extra work on the training ground rather then infront of his TV and PS4.

Speak for yourself.

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Re: Clement

by leon » 14 Oct 2018 18:59

Kulshaw72RFC wrote:
sandman wrote:So, to summarise the previous page, a group of people who spend their work days posting on an Internet forum rather than doing their jobs are moaning about a football player doing something in his spare time?

You guys are something else :lol: .


Well, that is partly true however we are not paid 30k a week for our jobs and he should be concentrating on his performances as they have been utterly abysmal for months. He should be putting in extra work on the training ground rather then infront of his TV and PS4.


What a load of shit.

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Re: Clement

by Kulshaw72RFC » 14 Oct 2018 19:14

leon wrote:
Kulshaw72RFC wrote:
sandman wrote:So, to summarise the previous page, a group of people who spend their work days posting on an Internet forum rather than doing their jobs are moaning about a football player doing something in his spare time?

You guys are something else :lol: .


Well, that is partly true however we are not paid 30k a week for our jobs and he should be concentrating on his performances as they have been utterly abysmal for months. He should be putting in extra work on the training ground rather then infront of his TV and PS4.


What a load of shit.


Why Leon?
What would you say?

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Re: Clement

by Snowflake Royal » 14 Oct 2018 19:16

NewCorkSeth wrote:
BR0B0T wrote:
NewCorkSeth wrote:I'm not saying he's a good manager and I'm not saying he's a poor manager, all I'm saying is the last time we appointed a former world class/ex Man Utd player as our manager we came 3rd.

Moore and Ilori certainly improved under Stam so maybe if we appointed Keane our CMs would improve.


Really not convinced by Roy Keane as a manager

Neither am I but he might have improved and he has won promotion from thus league which people are often citing as a prerequisite for a future manager.

I can't imagine he's improved much sitting in a studio. He hasn't had a management job since 2011. I also don't think promotion with that Sunderland side was such a fantastic achievement anyway.

Big fat no thanks from me. I want Clement to stay, but if we have to get someone else in they have to be current, experienced and not a psycho for me.

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Re: Clement

by NewCorkSeth » 14 Oct 2018 20:07

Snowflake Royal wrote:
NewCorkSeth wrote:
BR0B0T wrote:
Really not convinced by Roy Keane as a manager

Neither am I but he might have improved and he has won promotion from thus league which people are often citing as a prerequisite for a future manager.

I can't imagine he's improved much sitting in a studio. He hasn't had a management job since 2011. I also don't think promotion with that Sunderland side was such a fantastic achievement anyway.

Big fat no thanks from me. I want Clement to stay, but if we have to get someone else in they have to be current, experienced and not a psycho for me.

Ah probs not. But there's no evidence to say that he hasn't improved. He has kept up his coaching and what not. As I said I'm not for him really but do love the shit out of him. It's a cork loyalty thing.
Why not a psycho out of interest? Klopp is clearly a psycho..

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Re: Clement

by Snowflake Royal » 14 Oct 2018 21:42

NewCorkSeth wrote:
Snowflake Royal wrote:
NewCorkSeth wrote:Neither am I but he might have improved and he has won promotion from thus league which people are often citing as a prerequisite for a future manager.

I can't imagine he's improved much sitting in a studio. He hasn't had a management job since 2011. I also don't think promotion with that Sunderland side was such a fantastic achievement anyway.

Big fat no thanks from me. I want Clement to stay, but if we have to get someone else in they have to be current, experienced and not a psycho for me.

Ah probs not. But there's no evidence to say that he hasn't improved. He has kept up his coaching and what not. As I said I'm not for him really but do love the shit out of him. It's a cork loyalty thing.
Why not a psycho out of interest? Klopp is clearly a psycho..

That suggests that I like Klopp and agree he's a psycho. Not both of those things are true.

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