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And stop harking on about 'had to do this, had to do that'. Had to cut the wages, had to get rid of the hangers on. Glick had a business model in mind. It was to slash the wage bill. Last year, QPR had a different business model in mind to press on and take the hit in trying to make it straight back. Fulham have spent big trying to do the same. Wigan are now in year two and haven't decimated their squad in a misguided belief Nike Hyperadapt 1.0 Price Prediction
you referred to as a joke outfit Davies and Jewell (you grouped them together, not me), got us a promotion. A promotion meaning one. Do you want me to explain what a plural is? Commons was reportedly on a week. Hardly Vincent Kompany. And the fact still stands that if Clough thought he and Hulse were has beens, he could've sold them. I'm sure, instead, he knew that if he'd done Hyperadapt 1.0 Review so, we would've gone down. I remember Clough setting his Rottweiler, Savage, onto Commons on Radio Derby. Savage said he couldn't understand why Commons was injured so much implying that Commons didn't want to play for Clough. Strangely, he managed a full season come contract renewal time. He's done alright since leaving, hasn't he?
Yes, Derwent, there's lots wrong with your grasp of the English language. Seeing as there's no longer anyone bothering to read this tripe (and I totally understand why), I'll help you out. You claim I stated Jewell had won a promotion but nowhere in that sentence is that so, unless we Nike Hypervenom Dark Lightning
Derby County boss Steve McClaren and coaching staff sign new contracts
Think its time to stop all this Clough nonsense he has gone and he will not be coming back Managers like players come and go we stay Some we like some we do not but once they have gone to me they become irrelevant I pay to watch the team we have at present not what went before most of what people say is just nostalgia anyway Not sure I agree with the good things said about Tom Glick he was a master of spin he told the fans quite a few mistruths while he was here I can always remember the season from the Prem we were relegated in February and on the last of the season took 7,000 to Blackburn and supporters clubs asked him he would subsidize some coaches and was not interested
I couldn't stand Davies either. But he's a better manager than Clough. Believe otherwise? Then show me the proof, like I asked earlier.
that paying peanuts gets you anything other than monkeys. Nobody in a club run by billionaires has to do anything. It was Glick's choice to follow the attrition model. It failed miserably and could have lost us an entire generation of fans had it continued.
Thankfully, Glick went. The man who came in realised Clough also had to go. That took balls. But he made the call, despite huge backlash from people like you who'd still have him as manager and still be contentedly watching dross every week.
Quote 'That joke outfit Davies and Jewell got us a promotion.' Seems fairly clear to me that Jewell was somehow involved in getting us promotion, unless my understanding of the English language is not up to scratch! If Commons was deliberately feigning injury at any point it doesn't say much about his character does it? We really need players like that at Derby, like we need a hole in the head. He played us off against Rangers and Celtic to get the best deal for himself so lets not pretend that the nasty manager upset him so much that he just had to leave baloney. If we had beaten the offer from Celtic he would still be at Derby, thank god we didn't. If you remember Glick did sell Hulse who was well knackered. We pulled Warnock's pants down for about the best bit of sale business we have conducted for years. He did nothing at all after he left us and within no time at all he had retired. You clearly think that neither Glick or Clough did anything to enhance Derby County, their tenure was a waste of time. I can only say that's the most ridiclous thing I have ever heard and, from remarks made by Rush and McClaren, its not a view that they share. Both have complimented their predecessors about the state of the club when they took over and McClaren only had use his undoubted coaching skills to get the best of a side which had largely been assembled prior to his arrival.
As usual, Derwent, more holes than Swiss cheese. But as you so eloquently continue to insist I'm a bit slow, I'll continue to respond and try my hardest to keep up. Paraphrasing you, I said the pair Nike Hypershift 2017 Review
Draycott, sorry mate but we had been relegated, we had rising debts, a wage bill that was far too high and some bright spark wanted the club to subsidise the coaches? I went to to the last away game by car but I didn't ask for a sub towards my petrol. If he had agreed to sub the coaches I would have emailed him asking if he had gone soft in the head. Its a football club, not a charity. You want to watch, you pay, thats the way it's always been and always will be unless an owner gifts it out of his own pocket.
know them to have been a management team, which they obviously weren't. You see, it's all in 'a promotion'. Or I would've written 'two promotions' or, to be more specific, 'a promotion each'. If you want to argue football, so be it. If you want to argue English, you're onto a loser, believe me. Clough and Savage were vile to Commons at times. Like playground bullies. And not just to him. As I said, he's not done too badly at Celtic. And why do you have a problem with a player wanting to be paid more? Don't we all? How much did business mastermind and pioneer of the one year contract Glick get for him, by the way? As for Hulse, was small fry compared to what we could've sold him for a year before. But again, like I said, I imagine Clough rightly saw his worth to the team. I'll finish by mentioning how surprised I was when Rush and McClaren applauded the work done by their predecessors. After all, the more professional thing to do is launch a vociferous attack on the previous regime. That always serves people's careers well.
Hyperadapt 1.0 Review
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