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Albion midfielder points to Bournemouth as evidence it is not all over

The Argus: Keith Andrews believes Albion can still rescue their challenge for the play-offs as they head to promoted leaders Leicester tonight Keith Andrews believes Albion can still rescue their challenge for the play-offs as they head to promoted leaders Leicester tonight

Keith Andrews has urged Albion to follow Bournemouth's example to haul themselves right back into the play-off hunt.

Bournemouth were ten points adrift four games ago before Albion lost at Sheffield Wednesday, then at home to Middlesbrough four days later.

The in-form Cherries are now level on points with the Seagulls and looking most like the team with the momentum to catch their visitors this evening Reading in sixth.

Andrews said: "The ones we're probably most disappointed about are the Middlesbrough and Sheffield Wednesday games.

"We dominated those games and came away with no points. At Blackburn we showed character and Barnsley was always going to be a difficult place to go, because they are fighting for their lives.

"I thought we showed good character there as well. Obviously, we could have played better at times on the ball but it's not so much Saturday, it's overall.

"Equally the message we are trying to get across is that's it still there, still an opportunity.

"A week ago nobody would have thought Bournemouth were in with a chance of the play-offs. They have put themselves in there so why can't we be that team in the next ten days?"

 

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3:10pm Tue 8 Apr 14

VegasSeagull says...

Why can't we, well they have been converting more of their chances on goal than we have, that's why. Tonight we have to show that we deserve a place in the top six, we have to show that we are good enough.
Why can't we, well they have been converting more of their chances on goal than we have, that's why. Tonight we have to show that we deserve a place in the top six, we have to show that we are good enough. VegasSeagull
  • Score: 3

3:12pm Tue 8 Apr 14

Steveg1958 says...

They have put themselves in the frame because they play fast attacking fooball, (not something we have seen much of this season !)
They have put themselves in the frame because they play fast attacking fooball, (not something we have seen much of this season !) Steveg1958
  • Score: 5

3:18pm Tue 8 Apr 14

VegasSeagull says...

Steveg1958 wrote:
They have put themselves in the frame because they play fast attacking fooball, (not something we have seen much of this season !)
Bournemouth v QPR is being shown live over here, it iwll be interesting to see how this one works out.
[quote][p][bold]Steveg1958[/bold] wrote: They have put themselves in the frame because they play fast attacking fooball, (not something we have seen much of this season !)[/p][/quote]Bournemouth v QPR is being shown live over here, it iwll be interesting to see how this one works out. VegasSeagull
  • Score: 2

3:20pm Tue 8 Apr 14

SeagullOverSelsey says...

Because they managed to keep Grabban and we failed to sign him is one good reason and their defence has tightened up considerably is another! Yet another reason is we signed Lingard to get us some goals and as much as I like some aspects of his play he has not scored.Let us hope he gets off the mark tonight.
Because they managed to keep Grabban and we failed to sign him is one good reason and their defence has tightened up considerably is another! Yet another reason is we signed Lingard to get us some goals and as much as I like some aspects of his play he has not scored.Let us hope he gets off the mark tonight. SeagullOverSelsey
  • Score: 0

3:21pm Tue 8 Apr 14

Joel'sGrandad says...

Bournemouth's rise hasn't just happened in a week. I've been thinking for a good month that they had the potential to charge up the table and so it's proved. If AFCB can do it so can we, but we shouldn't have to because if we put away our chances then we'd be streets ahead already.
It's all about scoring goals and AFCB are better at that than we are. And they've got two ex-Albion stalwarts in their side so they must be good.UTA
Bournemouth's rise hasn't just happened in a week. I've been thinking for a good month that they had the potential to charge up the table and so it's proved. If AFCB can do it so can we, but we shouldn't have to because if we put away our chances then we'd be streets ahead already. It's all about scoring goals and AFCB are better at that than we are. And they've got two ex-Albion stalwarts in their side so they must be good.UTA Joel'sGrandad
  • Score: 1

3:23pm Tue 8 Apr 14

Joel'sGrandad says...

VegasSeagull wrote:
Steveg1958 wrote:
They have put themselves in the frame because they play fast attacking fooball, (not something we have seen much of this season !)
Bournemouth v QPR is being shown live over here, it iwll be interesting to see how this one works out.
Don't you mean Bournemouth v Reading?
[quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steveg1958[/bold] wrote: They have put themselves in the frame because they play fast attacking fooball, (not something we have seen much of this season !)[/p][/quote]Bournemouth v QPR is being shown live over here, it iwll be interesting to see how this one works out.[/p][/quote]Don't you mean Bournemouth v Reading? Joel'sGrandad
  • Score: 2

3:28pm Tue 8 Apr 14

VegasSeagull says...

Joel'sGrandad wrote:
VegasSeagull wrote:
Steveg1958 wrote:
They have put themselves in the frame because they play fast attacking fooball, (not something we have seen much of this season !)
Bournemouth v QPR is being shown live over here, it iwll be interesting to see how this one works out.
Don't you mean Bournemouth v Reading?
yes I do, that's why I said it will be interesting to see how this one works out. Thanks.
[quote][p][bold]Joel'sGrandad[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steveg1958[/bold] wrote: They have put themselves in the frame because they play fast attacking fooball, (not something we have seen much of this season !)[/p][/quote]Bournemouth v QPR is being shown live over here, it iwll be interesting to see how this one works out.[/p][/quote]Don't you mean Bournemouth v Reading?[/p][/quote]yes I do, that's why I said it will be interesting to see how this one works out. Thanks. VegasSeagull
  • Score: -4

4:00pm Tue 8 Apr 14

fratsomrover says...

Bournemouth have a good young manager who understands that to win games you need to attack. Managers do inspire players and I'm sure the reason Grabban elected to stay was because he had faith and belief in his manager. Nobody in Brighton could understand why he would want to remain at Bournemouth with their outdated facilities when we offered so much more.
We may have to eat humble pie if they finish above us.
Credit where credits due I think.
Bournemouth have a good young manager who understands that to win games you need to attack. Managers do inspire players and I'm sure the reason Grabban elected to stay was because he had faith and belief in his manager. Nobody in Brighton could understand why he would want to remain at Bournemouth with their outdated facilities when we offered so much more. We may have to eat humble pie if they finish above us. Credit where credits due I think. fratsomrover
  • Score: 2

4:05pm Tue 8 Apr 14

TheWerewolf says...

fratsomrover wrote:
Bournemouth have a good young manager who understands that to win games you need to attack. Managers do inspire players and I'm sure the reason Grabban elected to stay was because he had faith and belief in his manager. Nobody in Brighton could understand why he would want to remain at Bournemouth with their outdated facilities when we offered so much more.
We may have to eat humble pie if they finish above us.
Credit where credits due I think.
Whether they finish above us or not it is undeniable we have a better long term infrastructure. The reason he didn't come was more to do with guaranteed game time IMO. Grabban may have done the right thing since he is more in view scoring goals where he is, but it is cherlish to suggest its because he's stayed at a better team
[quote][p][bold]fratsomrover[/bold] wrote: Bournemouth have a good young manager who understands that to win games you need to attack. Managers do inspire players and I'm sure the reason Grabban elected to stay was because he had faith and belief in his manager. Nobody in Brighton could understand why he would want to remain at Bournemouth with their outdated facilities when we offered so much more. We may have to eat humble pie if they finish above us. Credit where credits due I think.[/p][/quote]Whether they finish above us or not it is undeniable we have a better long term infrastructure. The reason he didn't come was more to do with guaranteed game time IMO. Grabban may have done the right thing since he is more in view scoring goals where he is, but it is cherlish to suggest its because he's stayed at a better team TheWerewolf
  • Score: -2

4:11pm Tue 8 Apr 14

TheWerewolf says...

VegasSeagull wrote:
Why can't we, well they have been converting more of their chances on goal than we have, that's why. Tonight we have to show that we deserve a place in the top six, we have to show that we are good enough.
A win tonight and suddenly we'll be one of the favourites to overrun Reading who have a horrible set of fixtures to the end of the season. Stranger things have happened and i remain cautiously optimistic
[quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: Why can't we, well they have been converting more of their chances on goal than we have, that's why. Tonight we have to show that we deserve a place in the top six, we have to show that we are good enough.[/p][/quote]A win tonight and suddenly we'll be one of the favourites to overrun Reading who have a horrible set of fixtures to the end of the season. Stranger things have happened and i remain cautiously optimistic TheWerewolf
  • Score: 9

4:37pm Tue 8 Apr 14

Claude Back says...

VegasSeagull wrote:
Steveg1958 wrote:
They have put themselves in the frame because they play fast attacking fooball, (not something we have seen much of this season !)
Bournemouth v QPR is being shown live over here, it iwll be interesting to see how this one works out.
I am predicting 2-1 to Bournemouth.
[quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steveg1958[/bold] wrote: They have put themselves in the frame because they play fast attacking fooball, (not something we have seen much of this season !)[/p][/quote]Bournemouth v QPR is being shown live over here, it iwll be interesting to see how this one works out.[/p][/quote]I am predicting 2-1 to Bournemouth. Claude Back
  • Score: 5

4:40pm Tue 8 Apr 14

oscar must go says...

One things for sure, Andrews would not get in the Bournemouth team, just like he should not get into Brighton's.

Another Garcia blunder giving him so much game time. Oh, i suppose Jones rates him!!!
One things for sure, Andrews would not get in the Bournemouth team, just like he should not get into Brighton's. Another Garcia blunder giving him so much game time. Oh, i suppose Jones rates him!!! oscar must go
  • Score: -2

4:48pm Tue 8 Apr 14

aBettingMan says...

I’d call Leicester, Burnley, QPR, Derby and Wigan as almost guaranteed 'Top6'. (Leicester and Burnley are done and according to the bookies there is less than a 5% chance of QPR, Derby and Wigan NOT being in top 6)

And then us, Reading, Forest, Ipswich, Bournemouth and Blackburn are the 'Hopefulls' to take the last spot in the top 6.

There are 32 games left this season involving the ‘Hopefulls’ (4 of which involve 2 Hopefulls, like our game against Forest)

For each of those 32 games there are 3 possible outcomes (Home Win, Draw, Away Win).

Incredibly, even with only 3 possible outcomes per game, there are 1,853,020,188,851,84
0 (that’s 1.8 Quadrillion) permutations of what will happen between now and the end of the season.

Some of those permutations have us coming 3rd! Unlikely? Absolutely. But let’s not lose track of what is still possible…..
I’d call Leicester, Burnley, QPR, Derby and Wigan as almost guaranteed 'Top6'. (Leicester and Burnley are done and according to the bookies there is less than a 5% chance of QPR, Derby and Wigan NOT being in top 6) And then us, Reading, Forest, Ipswich, Bournemouth and Blackburn are the 'Hopefulls' to take the last spot in the top 6. There are 32 games left this season involving the ‘Hopefulls’ (4 of which involve 2 Hopefulls, like our game against Forest) For each of those 32 games there are 3 possible outcomes (Home Win, Draw, Away Win). Incredibly, even with only 3 possible outcomes per game, there are 1,853,020,188,851,84 0 (that’s 1.8 Quadrillion) permutations of what will happen between now and the end of the season. Some of those permutations have us coming 3rd! Unlikely? Absolutely. But let’s not lose track of what is still possible….. aBettingMan
  • Score: 7

4:48pm Tue 8 Apr 14

VegasSeagull says...

Knights Temple wrote:
oscar must go wrote:
One things for sure, Andrews would not get in the Bournemouth team, just like he should not get into Brighton's.

Another Garcia blunder giving him so much game time. Oh, i suppose Jones rates him!!!
Outstanding post and 100% correct.
but doesn't the Oscar might leave article suggest that Oscar has not been happy with our transfer dealings, could that not suggest that he did not bring in certain players? I note that the arrival of Lingard is not being slapped down, even tho he hasn't scored the expected goals.
[quote][p][bold]Knights Temple[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]oscar must go[/bold] wrote: One things for sure, Andrews would not get in the Bournemouth team, just like he should not get into Brighton's. Another Garcia blunder giving him so much game time. Oh, i suppose Jones rates him!!![/p][/quote]Outstanding post and 100% correct.[/p][/quote]but doesn't the Oscar might leave article suggest that Oscar has not been happy with our transfer dealings, could that not suggest that he did not bring in certain players? I note that the arrival of Lingard is not being slapped down, even tho he hasn't scored the expected goals. VegasSeagull
  • Score: -3

5:05pm Tue 8 Apr 14

PressBoxTeaBoy says...

Per Daily Mail today:

Oscar Garcia is poised to leave Brighton this summer.
Brighton are eighth in the Championship and just five points off the play-offs yet the Spanish manager has grown frustrated with the club's transfer dealings and it's understood wants a different challenge.
Swansea and Norwich will both be alerted by his decision as the former Barcelona youth coach has impressed with his style and ability to keep Brighton in the hunt for promotion despite losing players such as Liam Bridcutt and Ashley Barnes.


Read more: http://www.dailymail
.co.uk/sport/footbal
l/article-2599640/Sw
ansea-Norwich-alert-
Garcia-set-quit-Brig
hton
Per Daily Mail today: Oscar Garcia is poised to leave Brighton this summer. Brighton are eighth in the Championship and just five points off the play-offs yet the Spanish manager has grown frustrated with the club's transfer dealings and it's understood wants a different challenge. Swansea and Norwich will both be alerted by his decision as the former Barcelona youth coach has impressed with his style and ability to keep Brighton in the hunt for promotion despite losing players such as Liam Bridcutt and Ashley Barnes. Read more: http://www.dailymail .co.uk/sport/footbal l/article-2599640/Sw ansea-Norwich-alert- Garcia-set-quit-Brig hton PressBoxTeaBoy
  • Score: -2

5:09pm Tue 8 Apr 14

Grendel says...

If Oscar does leave I would really like it if Eddie Howe replaced him.
If Oscar does leave I would really like it if Eddie Howe replaced him. Grendel
  • Score: -2

5:50pm Tue 8 Apr 14

Piglet1 says...

Knights Temple wrote:
PressBoxTeaBoy wrote:
Per Daily Mail today:

Oscar Garcia is poised to leave Brighton this summer.
Brighton are eighth in the Championship and just five points off the play-offs yet the Spanish manager has grown frustrated with the club's transfer dealings and it's understood wants a different challenge.
Swansea and Norwich will both be alerted by his decision as the former Barcelona youth coach has impressed with his style and ability to keep Brighton in the hunt for promotion despite losing players such as Liam Bridcutt and Ashley Barnes.


Read more: http://www.dailymail


.co.uk/sport/footbal


l/article-2599640/Sw


ansea-Norwich-alert-


Garcia-set-quit-Brig


hton
Outstanding post Press Box now the truth is coming out.Bridcutt was 100% correct last summer at the family day.I feel for the guy in some ways.The club and NJ go over his head and say just one player has a big future at the club for some reason after playing just 2 poor games.If TK and Ulloa really thought the club had any real chance of going up next season they would stay but anyone with a real football brain can work out players like Dunk,JFC,and Andrews will never get you into the prem-league.
Not you again. Please ..... it is so boring.
[quote][p][bold]Knights Temple[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PressBoxTeaBoy[/bold] wrote: Per Daily Mail today: Oscar Garcia is poised to leave Brighton this summer. Brighton are eighth in the Championship and just five points off the play-offs yet the Spanish manager has grown frustrated with the club's transfer dealings and it's understood wants a different challenge. Swansea and Norwich will both be alerted by his decision as the former Barcelona youth coach has impressed with his style and ability to keep Brighton in the hunt for promotion despite losing players such as Liam Bridcutt and Ashley Barnes. Read more: http://www.dailymail .co.uk/sport/footbal l/article-2599640/Sw ansea-Norwich-alert- Garcia-set-quit-Brig hton[/p][/quote]Outstanding post Press Box now the truth is coming out.Bridcutt was 100% correct last summer at the family day.I feel for the guy in some ways.The club and NJ go over his head and say just one player has a big future at the club for some reason after playing just 2 poor games.If TK and Ulloa really thought the club had any real chance of going up next season they would stay but anyone with a real football brain can work out players like Dunk,JFC,and Andrews will never get you into the prem-league.[/p][/quote]Not you again. Please ..... it is so boring. Piglet1
  • Score: 4

5:52pm Tue 8 Apr 14

Albion In Staffs says...

its interesting that 6 hours after the Mail story was published, there's still no reaction or any type of story from the local newspaper.
Clearly its match day but had it been simple case of saying it was completely wrong, that could have been easily achieved.
Stand by for action?
its interesting that 6 hours after the Mail story was published, there's still no reaction or any type of story from the local newspaper. Clearly its match day but had it been simple case of saying it was completely wrong, that could have been easily achieved. Stand by for action? Albion In Staffs
  • Score: 0

6:07pm Tue 8 Apr 14

Grendel says...

There's a lot of nonsense talked about Keith Andrews, who seems to have replaced Ashley Barnes as the target for the moaners. Quality player, experienced pro. I haven't seen him have a bad game for us.
There's a lot of nonsense talked about Keith Andrews, who seems to have replaced Ashley Barnes as the target for the moaners. Quality player, experienced pro. I haven't seen him have a bad game for us. Grendel
  • Score: 1

6:07pm Tue 8 Apr 14

brightonup says...

Albion In Staffs wrote:
its interesting that 6 hours after the Mail story was published, there's still no reaction or any type of story from the local newspaper.
Clearly its match day but had it been simple case of saying it was completely wrong, that could have been easily achieved.
Stand by for action?
Bur surely The Daily Mail would NEVER make anything up or write something that is not TRUE...... would they?
[quote][p][bold]Albion In Staffs[/bold] wrote: its interesting that 6 hours after the Mail story was published, there's still no reaction or any type of story from the local newspaper. Clearly its match day but had it been simple case of saying it was completely wrong, that could have been easily achieved. Stand by for action?[/p][/quote]Bur surely The Daily Mail would NEVER make anything up or write something that is not TRUE...... would they? brightonup
  • Score: 5

6:12pm Tue 8 Apr 14

verucca says...

Grendel wrote:
There's a lot of nonsense talked about Keith Andrews, who seems to have replaced Ashley Barnes as the target for the moaners. Quality player, experienced pro. I haven't seen him have a bad game for us.
Got to agree, thought he was outstanding at Barnselona on sat.
[quote][p][bold]Grendel[/bold] wrote: There's a lot of nonsense talked about Keith Andrews, who seems to have replaced Ashley Barnes as the target for the moaners. Quality player, experienced pro. I haven't seen him have a bad game for us.[/p][/quote]Got to agree, thought he was outstanding at Barnselona on sat. verucca
  • Score: -1

6:22pm Tue 8 Apr 14

fansunited says...

Eddie wouldn't leave Bournemouth......I would like to see some passion & motivation from the bench, don't leave it all to the terraces!
Eddie wouldn't leave Bournemouth......I would like to see some passion & motivation from the bench, don't leave it all to the terraces! fansunited
  • Score: -2

6:27pm Tue 8 Apr 14

oscar must go says...

Grendel wrote:
There's a lot of nonsense talked about Keith Andrews, who seems to have replaced Ashley Barnes as the target for the moaners. Quality player, experienced pro. I haven't seen him have a bad game for us.
What has he ever done that has got Albion a victory??

He even failed to persuade Ulloh to let him take the penalty against Middlebrough.

Send him on his way.
[quote][p][bold]Grendel[/bold] wrote: There's a lot of nonsense talked about Keith Andrews, who seems to have replaced Ashley Barnes as the target for the moaners. Quality player, experienced pro. I haven't seen him have a bad game for us.[/p][/quote]What has he ever done that has got Albion a victory?? He even failed to persuade Ulloh to let him take the penalty against Middlebrough. Send him on his way. oscar must go
  • Score: -3

6:41pm Tue 8 Apr 14

Far gull says...

Not surprised by dmail article at all. Got vilified myself on here for suggesting such in jan and feb. But as much as club trying to remain solvent which is important . The Jan transfer deals were a shame and Burke should have lost his job !!! Oscar needs to have control not be told who he can have. . What a complete Halls up.
Not surprised by dmail article at all. Got vilified myself on here for suggesting such in jan and feb. But as much as club trying to remain solvent which is important . The Jan transfer deals were a shame and Burke should have lost his job !!! Oscar needs to have control not be told who he can have. . What a complete Halls up. Far gull
  • Score: 1

6:45pm Tue 8 Apr 14

dave from bexill says...

aBettingMan wrote:
I’d call Leicester, Burnley, QPR, Derby and Wigan as almost guaranteed 'Top6'. (Leicester and Burnley are done and according to the bookies there is less than a 5% chance of QPR, Derby and Wigan NOT being in top 6)

And then us, Reading, Forest, Ipswich, Bournemouth and Blackburn are the 'Hopefulls' to take the last spot in the top 6.

There are 32 games left this season involving the ‘Hopefulls’ (4 of which involve 2 Hopefulls, like our game against Forest)

For each of those 32 games there are 3 possible outcomes (Home Win, Draw, Away Win).

Incredibly, even with only 3 possible outcomes per game, there are 1,853,020,188,851,84

0 (that’s 1.8 Quadrillion) permutations of what will happen between now and the end of the season.

Some of those permutations have us coming 3rd! Unlikely? Absolutely. But let’s not lose track of what is still possible…..
Blimey, can you just run that past me again?
[quote][p][bold]aBettingMan[/bold] wrote: I’d call Leicester, Burnley, QPR, Derby and Wigan as almost guaranteed 'Top6'. (Leicester and Burnley are done and according to the bookies there is less than a 5% chance of QPR, Derby and Wigan NOT being in top 6) And then us, Reading, Forest, Ipswich, Bournemouth and Blackburn are the 'Hopefulls' to take the last spot in the top 6. There are 32 games left this season involving the ‘Hopefulls’ (4 of which involve 2 Hopefulls, like our game against Forest) For each of those 32 games there are 3 possible outcomes (Home Win, Draw, Away Win). Incredibly, even with only 3 possible outcomes per game, there are 1,853,020,188,851,84 0 (that’s 1.8 Quadrillion) permutations of what will happen between now and the end of the season. Some of those permutations have us coming 3rd! Unlikely? Absolutely. But let’s not lose track of what is still possible…..[/p][/quote]Blimey, can you just run that past me again? dave from bexill
  • Score: 1

6:52pm Tue 8 Apr 14

dave from bexill says...

Albion In Staffs wrote:
its interesting that 6 hours after the Mail story was published, there's still no reaction or any type of story from the local newspaper.
Clearly its match day but had it been simple case of saying it was completely wrong, that could have been easily achieved.
Stand by for action?
Why should the Argus or indeed the club acknowledge what is after all just speculation, particularly at a time when the Albion have not completely given up hope of making the play offs?
[quote][p][bold]Albion In Staffs[/bold] wrote: its interesting that 6 hours after the Mail story was published, there's still no reaction or any type of story from the local newspaper. Clearly its match day but had it been simple case of saying it was completely wrong, that could have been easily achieved. Stand by for action?[/p][/quote]Why should the Argus or indeed the club acknowledge what is after all just speculation, particularly at a time when the Albion have not completely given up hope of making the play offs? dave from bexill
  • Score: 1

7:05pm Tue 8 Apr 14

impose our game gull says...

I see Oscar is off again:

http://www.clubcall.
com/swansea-city/swa
ns-linked-with-garci
a-1720804.html?

Sloppy reporting presumably (as they seem to get mixed up with "Oscar Garcia" that left Swansea a few months back). Based on recent forum scoring of posts on this site Oscar is overall very well liked by BHA fans - though so often short- termists may make some think and feel otherwise!!

Not too much to lose tonight regarding expectations so the players should be able to play with style and freedom

UTA!!
I see Oscar is off again: http://www.clubcall. com/swansea-city/swa ns-linked-with-garci a-1720804.html? Sloppy reporting presumably (as they seem to get mixed up with "Oscar Garcia" that left Swansea a few months back). Based on recent forum scoring of posts on this site Oscar is overall very well liked by BHA fans - though so often short- termists may make some think and feel otherwise!! Not too much to lose tonight regarding expectations so the players should be able to play with style and freedom UTA!! impose our game gull
  • Score: -1

7:36pm Tue 8 Apr 14

gordongull says...

Re - the story in the Mail:
I don't usually fall for dramatic football headlines in the tabloids, but I think this one could have legs. Oscar has a football philosophy, which is the reason he was appointed, but he is not going to achieve that vision with the calibre of players he has been given to work with.
He is probably just as frustrated as many of the fans.
If he goes, The suits will be looking for another Head Coach. My bet would be Steve Kean.
Re - the story in the Mail: I don't usually fall for dramatic football headlines in the tabloids, but I think this one could have legs. Oscar has a football philosophy, which is the reason he was appointed, but he is not going to achieve that vision with the calibre of players he has been given to work with. He is probably just as frustrated as many of the fans. If he goes, The suits will be looking for another Head Coach. My bet would be Steve Kean. gordongull
  • Score: -2

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