Disappointed Oscar thanks Albion fans

Inigo Calderon shows his appreciation to Albion's fans today

Inigo Calderon shows his appreciation to Albion's fans today

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Oscar Garcia has thanked Albion’s fans for their backing at Derby.

But he admitted the Rams were better than his side in the second leg of their play-off semi-final.

The Seagulls head coach said: “They were better than us today and we couldn’t do anything.

“I think they (the supporters) were the best thing from Brighton today.

“The fans who came here to support us were outstanding. I am disappointed for them.”

Oscar said he was proud of his team’s efforts over the season.

He added: “I couldn’t be prouder of my players. All the players who played in all the games gave everything.”

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9:35pm Sun 11 May 14

driverchris53 says...

Oscar will lead this club to Premier League we have to stay within financial regulations but i think it is still possible to pick up good quality players cheaply look at Ward he has been superb we need competition all round pitch next year been precious little this season back 5 had guaranteed places all year been no competion for Ulloa either
Oscar will lead this club to Premier League we have to stay within financial regulations but i think it is still possible to pick up good quality players cheaply look at Ward he has been superb we need competition all round pitch next year been precious little this season back 5 had guaranteed places all year been no competion for Ulloa either driverchris53
  • Score: 14

9:38pm Sun 11 May 14

Jules boy says...

The refs from both legs were each instructed to let Derby win to avoid a kit clash at Wembley.
The refs from both legs were each instructed to let Derby win to avoid a kit clash at Wembley. Jules boy
  • Score: 13

9:47pm Sun 11 May 14

taylord1977 says...

Overall a good season considering, yes it was a disappointing end, but hopefully the management team look at this season as a learning curve. History in this division highlights one clear fact, the promoted teams all play with two up front and get men into the box. This season, and last we played one up top and it has not worked, the question is, will it be third time lucky or do we need to look at a new system. Derby, and Palace last year, had two wide men that were prepared to run at defenders, we play with one. I really hope Derby go up, another team who have not overspent, like Burnley and a fine example for us to follow.
Overall a good season considering, yes it was a disappointing end, but hopefully the management team look at this season as a learning curve. History in this division highlights one clear fact, the promoted teams all play with two up front and get men into the box. This season, and last we played one up top and it has not worked, the question is, will it be third time lucky or do we need to look at a new system. Derby, and Palace last year, had two wide men that were prepared to run at defenders, we play with one. I really hope Derby go up, another team who have not overspent, like Burnley and a fine example for us to follow. taylord1977
  • Score: 28

9:48pm Sun 11 May 14

Tony the tiger eastbourne says...

A vast improvement from all side next year if were going to be in the mix again, and thst includes the management
A vast improvement from all side next year if were going to be in the mix again, and thst includes the management Tony the tiger eastbourne
  • Score: 1

10:02pm Sun 11 May 14

albionfan33 says...

the mail are saying hes offered his resignation?? hope thats not true!
the mail are saying hes offered his resignation?? hope thats not true! albionfan33
  • Score: -2

10:05pm Sun 11 May 14

Joel'sGrandad says...

If we're honest Derby were always going to be a tough nut to crack and so it proved. We were unlucky to lose Upson before the game and then Greer early on. Playing with an untried central defensive combination against the top scorers in the league couldn't have been anticipated.
Oscar and the players will learn from this and we go again next season. UTA
If we're honest Derby were always going to be a tough nut to crack and so it proved. We were unlucky to lose Upson before the game and then Greer early on. Playing with an untried central defensive combination against the top scorers in the league couldn't have been anticipated. Oscar and the players will learn from this and we go again next season. UTA Joel'sGrandad
  • Score: 9

10:12pm Sun 11 May 14

mark5 says...

albionfan33 wrote:
the mail are saying hes offered his resignation?? hope thats not true!
I would not take much notice of the Mail if I were you. Historically very unreliable and prone to meaningless and empty journalism, particularly on sport and the economy!! Still, like you, I sincerely hope it is not true................
....!
[quote][p][bold]albionfan33[/bold] wrote: the mail are saying hes offered his resignation?? hope thats not true![/p][/quote]I would not take much notice of the Mail if I were you. Historically very unreliable and prone to meaningless and empty journalism, particularly on sport and the economy!! Still, like you, I sincerely hope it is not true................ ....! mark5
  • Score: 8

10:15pm Sun 11 May 14

Clean Sheet says...

Joel'sGrandad wrote:
If we're honest Derby were always going to be a tough nut to crack and so it proved. We were unlucky to lose Upson before the game and then Greer early on. Playing with an untried central defensive combination against the top scorers in the league couldn't have been anticipated.
Oscar and the players will learn from this and we go again next season. UTA
Agreed, our injury luck did not. Improve. To lose both of our first choice CB's, 1 before the match, and the other after half an hour was never going to be ideal. However, I think we have had a very good season, considering the injuries that BHA that've suffered all season. We have a few good young players who will have benefitted from this season, and hopefully we can build on the core of a great team. I hope we keep TK, although his own high standards have dropped over the last few weeks, and we need to sort out the contracts for several of the core players for next season.
[quote][p][bold]Joel'sGrandad[/bold] wrote: If we're honest Derby were always going to be a tough nut to crack and so it proved. We were unlucky to lose Upson before the game and then Greer early on. Playing with an untried central defensive combination against the top scorers in the league couldn't have been anticipated. Oscar and the players will learn from this and we go again next season. UTA[/p][/quote]Agreed, our injury luck did not. Improve. To lose both of our first choice CB's, 1 before the match, and the other after half an hour was never going to be ideal. However, I think we have had a very good season, considering the injuries that BHA that've suffered all season. We have a few good young players who will have benefitted from this season, and hopefully we can build on the core of a great team. I hope we keep TK, although his own high standards have dropped over the last few weeks, and we need to sort out the contracts for several of the core players for next season. Clean Sheet
  • Score: 8

10:18pm Sun 11 May 14

PressBoxTeaBoy says...

He just handed in his resignation. Its all over twitter.
He just handed in his resignation. Its all over twitter. PressBoxTeaBoy
  • Score: -5

10:24pm Sun 11 May 14

Edward_1 says...

We were dire today,only one team wanted to get to the play off finals and that was Derby.I thought the writing was on the wall when I heard Garcia stifling a yawn in a re-match interview.Im afraid the team mirrored the managers personality,lacklust
re lacking passion and motivation.They played as if it was a Sunday morning friendly rather than the semi final of the Championship play offs.
We were dire today,only one team wanted to get to the play off finals and that was Derby.I thought the writing was on the wall when I heard Garcia stifling a yawn in a re-match interview.Im afraid the team mirrored the managers personality,lacklust re lacking passion and motivation.They played as if it was a Sunday morning friendly rather than the semi final of the Championship play offs. Edward_1
  • Score: -5

10:26pm Sun 11 May 14

Tedious Pedant says...

PressBoxTeaBoy wrote:
He just handed in his resignation. Its all over twitter.
It must be true then.
[quote][p][bold]PressBoxTeaBoy[/bold] wrote: He just handed in his resignation. Its all over twitter.[/p][/quote]It must be true then. Tedious Pedant
  • Score: -7

10:28pm Sun 11 May 14

Bha1901ch says...

Oscar now is the time to get rid of the ****
Get players in who want to win, 80 percent of that side tonight want league onefootball, or have no understanding of being a true brighton fan, oscar if you cant cut it to our next stage, then thank you you served us well, now let in the next manager who will serve us well, if you do stay, let jones go, no doing you any favours, bring in danny cullip, kerry mayo into your backroom staff proper brighton boys, lets have a winner !!!
Oscar now is the time to get rid of the **** Get players in who want to win, 80 percent of that side tonight want league onefootball, or have no understanding of being a true brighton fan, oscar if you cant cut it to our next stage, then thank you you served us well, now let in the next manager who will serve us well, if you do stay, let jones go, no doing you any favours, bring in danny cullip, kerry mayo into your backroom staff proper brighton boys, lets have a winner !!! Bha1901ch
  • Score: -26

10:28pm Sun 11 May 14

dalet1972 says...

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  • Score: -6

10:34pm Sun 11 May 14

Bha1901ch says...

No balls
Fail and quit oscar you didnt fail, yor players let you down !!
There was always next season, look at cardiff 3 attempts
Malky mackay, martin o neil, or call me proper albion fan till i die !!
No balls Fail and quit oscar you didnt fail, yor players let you down !! There was always next season, look at cardiff 3 attempts Malky mackay, martin o neil, or call me proper albion fan till i die !! Bha1901ch
  • Score: -2

10:35pm Sun 11 May 14

SMF20 says...

It's everywhere about OG.... What a crying shame.

I'm no troll and love our club dearly but if OG does indeed go then we have lost 2 exceptionally talented young managers to a way of recruiting that I for one am not a fan of.

Please sort this TB

Uta
It's everywhere about OG.... What a crying shame. I'm no troll and love our club dearly but if OG does indeed go then we have lost 2 exceptionally talented young managers to a way of recruiting that I for one am not a fan of. Please sort this TB Uta SMF20
  • Score: 12

10:40pm Sun 11 May 14

mangothecat says...

Bha1901ch wrote:
Oscar now is the time to get rid of the ****
Get players in who want to win, 80 percent of that side tonight want league onefootball, or have no understanding of being a true brighton fan, oscar if you cant cut it to our next stage, then thank you you served us well, now let in the next manager who will serve us well, if you do stay, let jones go, no doing you any favours, bring in danny cullip, kerry mayo into your backroom staff proper brighton boys, lets have a winner !!!
Cullip, Mayo - OMG - Proper Brighton boys maybe but we need proper football coaches not ex-players that served the club well but with no real coaching experience.
[quote][p][bold]Bha1901ch[/bold] wrote: Oscar now is the time to get rid of the **** Get players in who want to win, 80 percent of that side tonight want league onefootball, or have no understanding of being a true brighton fan, oscar if you cant cut it to our next stage, then thank you you served us well, now let in the next manager who will serve us well, if you do stay, let jones go, no doing you any favours, bring in danny cullip, kerry mayo into your backroom staff proper brighton boys, lets have a winner !!![/p][/quote]Cullip, Mayo - OMG - Proper Brighton boys maybe but we need proper football coaches not ex-players that served the club well but with no real coaching experience. mangothecat
  • Score: 7

10:40pm Sun 11 May 14

Seagull John says...

I would like to thank Oscar for exceeding all expectations in a season that should have been mid table obscurity in transition. I hope Tony rejects any question of resignation with a promise of greater financial support than this season.
I would like to thank Oscar for exceeding all expectations in a season that should have been mid table obscurity in transition. I hope Tony rejects any question of resignation with a promise of greater financial support than this season. Seagull John
  • Score: 21

10:40pm Sun 11 May 14

pwlr1966 says...

There is a difference in offering your resignation to actually quitting, it shows Oscar is as disappointed as us fans,we had a good season and should be delighted in where we finished, onward an upwards.
There is a difference in offering your resignation to actually quitting, it shows Oscar is as disappointed as us fans,we had a good season and should be delighted in where we finished, onward an upwards. pwlr1966
  • Score: 13

10:43pm Sun 11 May 14

albionfan33 says...

mark5 wrote:
albionfan33 wrote:
the mail are saying hes offered his resignation?? hope thats not true!
I would not take much notice of the Mail if I were you. Historically very unreliable and prone to meaningless and empty journalism, particularly on sport and the economy!! Still, like you, I sincerely hope it is not true................

....!
i agree but its also on skysports news too now
[quote][p][bold]mark5[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]albionfan33[/bold] wrote: the mail are saying hes offered his resignation?? hope thats not true![/p][/quote]I would not take much notice of the Mail if I were you. Historically very unreliable and prone to meaningless and empty journalism, particularly on sport and the economy!! Still, like you, I sincerely hope it is not true................ ....![/p][/quote]i agree but its also on skysports news too now albionfan33
  • Score: -5

10:44pm Sun 11 May 14

The Phantom says...

SMF20 wrote:
It's everywhere about OG.... What a crying shame.

I'm no troll and love our club dearly but if OG does indeed go then we have lost 2 exceptionally talented young managers to a way of recruiting that I for one am not a fan of.

Please sort this TB

Uta
Yep, always felt that OG was trying to do this job with one hand tied behind his back. I suppose the real issue here is the reason why he has offered his resignation.
[quote][p][bold]SMF20[/bold] wrote: It's everywhere about OG.... What a crying shame. I'm no troll and love our club dearly but if OG does indeed go then we have lost 2 exceptionally talented young managers to a way of recruiting that I for one am not a fan of. Please sort this TB Uta[/p][/quote]Yep, always felt that OG was trying to do this job with one hand tied behind his back. I suppose the real issue here is the reason why he has offered his resignation. The Phantom
  • Score: 6

10:50pm Sun 11 May 14

SMF20 says...

Seagull John wrote:
I would like to thank Oscar for exceeding all expectations in a season that should have been mid table obscurity in transition. I hope Tony rejects any question of resignation with a promise of greater financial support than this season.
I couldn't agree more.

To lose yet another gem suggests that something within our club is not as it should be.
Given OG's closing comment in his post match interview I think it's clear where the problem is.....
[quote][p][bold]Seagull John[/bold] wrote: I would like to thank Oscar for exceeding all expectations in a season that should have been mid table obscurity in transition. I hope Tony rejects any question of resignation with a promise of greater financial support than this season.[/p][/quote]I couldn't agree more. To lose yet another gem suggests that something within our club is not as it should be. Given OG's closing comment in his post match interview I think it's clear where the problem is..... SMF20
  • Score: 14

10:51pm Sun 11 May 14

Bucket feet Duffy says...

If Oscar Garcia goes, the man who should be going is car park manager Barber and his side kick Burke, we don't want to model our club on Tottenham another under achieving club, TB you should get behind Oscar and get rid of these expensive self opinionated wasters.
At the first game v Derby at the Amex,
if you happened to wander back to your car having kicked your heels for three quarters of an hour in the bar drinking coke and then be faced with another three quater of an hour wait in the car park a total joke, that is the measure of Barber his self opinionated rubbish he spouts sighting the old FFP as an excuse for his inability to manage properly, you only have to look at what he did at Seattle.
If Oscar Garcia goes, the man who should be going is car park manager Barber and his side kick Burke, we don't want to model our club on Tottenham another under achieving club, TB you should get behind Oscar and get rid of these expensive self opinionated wasters. At the first game v Derby at the Amex, if you happened to wander back to your car having kicked your heels for three quarters of an hour in the bar drinking coke and then be faced with another three quater of an hour wait in the car park a total joke, that is the measure of Barber his self opinionated rubbish he spouts sighting the old FFP as an excuse for his inability to manage properly, you only have to look at what he did at Seattle. Bucket feet Duffy
  • Score: 3

10:56pm Sun 11 May 14

pwlr1966 says...

Bucket feet Duffy wrote:
If Oscar Garcia goes, the man who should be going is car park manager Barber and his side kick Burke, we don't want to model our club on Tottenham another under achieving club, TB you should get behind Oscar and get rid of these expensive self opinionated wasters.
At the first game v Derby at the Amex,
if you happened to wander back to your car having kicked your heels for three quarters of an hour in the bar drinking coke and then be faced with another three quater of an hour wait in the car park a total joke, that is the measure of Barber his self opinionated rubbish he spouts sighting the old FFP as an excuse for his inability to manage properly, you only have to look at what he did at Seattle.
You sad fddddker, try using the public transport which is included in your season ticket. This club does not need you, plastic scum.
[quote][p][bold]Bucket feet Duffy[/bold] wrote: If Oscar Garcia goes, the man who should be going is car park manager Barber and his side kick Burke, we don't want to model our club on Tottenham another under achieving club, TB you should get behind Oscar and get rid of these expensive self opinionated wasters. At the first game v Derby at the Amex, if you happened to wander back to your car having kicked your heels for three quarters of an hour in the bar drinking coke and then be faced with another three quater of an hour wait in the car park a total joke, that is the measure of Barber his self opinionated rubbish he spouts sighting the old FFP as an excuse for his inability to manage properly, you only have to look at what he did at Seattle.[/p][/quote]You sad fddddker, try using the public transport which is included in your season ticket. This club does not need you, plastic scum. pwlr1966
  • Score: 2

11:00pm Sun 11 May 14

Bha1901ch says...

Barber out
Barber out Bha1901ch
  • Score: 4

11:03pm Sun 11 May 14

blue-eyed-boy says...

has the ceiling been lowered?
has the ceiling been lowered? blue-eyed-boy
  • Score: 1

11:03pm Sun 11 May 14

mark by the sea says...

Bha1901ch wrote:
Barber out
Think two managers who are treated like idiots won't stay, Gus had the Dutch guy all bar signed only for the suits to pull out of the deal, that was the start of fall out, OG had players sold and no replacements brought in, it's a mess, let managers run the players signings, the sale of elabd was a joke
[quote][p][bold]Bha1901ch[/bold] wrote: Barber out[/p][/quote]Think two managers who are treated like idiots won't stay, Gus had the Dutch guy all bar signed only for the suits to pull out of the deal, that was the start of fall out, OG had players sold and no replacements brought in, it's a mess, let managers run the players signings, the sale of elabd was a joke mark by the sea
  • Score: 10

11:21pm Sun 11 May 14

Bucket feet Duffy says...

pwlr1966 wrote:
Bucket feet Duffy wrote:
If Oscar Garcia goes, the man who should be going is car park manager Barber and his side kick Burke, we don't want to model our club on Tottenham another under achieving club, TB you should get behind Oscar and get rid of these expensive self opinionated wasters.
At the first game v Derby at the Amex,
if you happened to wander back to your car having kicked your heels for three quarters of an hour in the bar drinking coke and then be faced with another three quater of an hour wait in the car park a total joke, that is the measure of Barber his self opinionated rubbish he spouts sighting the old FFP as an excuse for his inability to manage properly, you only have to look at what he did at Seattle.
You sad fddddker, try using the public transport which is included in your season ticket. This club does not need you, plastic scum.
Sorry wrong, no public transport vouchers as part of my package, but two parking spaces as part of my deal based on the amount of tickets I buy, the club needs all of the support from people of all walks of life including those in the 1901 club many who like me have supported the club like I am sure you would claim too for many years.
My point was that it is an example of poor Management, Barber raised revenues p**sed off a lot of people at Seattle! but the richest club in that league by a country mile consistently under achieved on the pitch, Under his Management, enjoy your public transport for next season!!!
I for one expect more for my Contribution.
[quote][p][bold]pwlr1966[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bucket feet Duffy[/bold] wrote: If Oscar Garcia goes, the man who should be going is car park manager Barber and his side kick Burke, we don't want to model our club on Tottenham another under achieving club, TB you should get behind Oscar and get rid of these expensive self opinionated wasters. At the first game v Derby at the Amex, if you happened to wander back to your car having kicked your heels for three quarters of an hour in the bar drinking coke and then be faced with another three quater of an hour wait in the car park a total joke, that is the measure of Barber his self opinionated rubbish he spouts sighting the old FFP as an excuse for his inability to manage properly, you only have to look at what he did at Seattle.[/p][/quote]You sad fddddker, try using the public transport which is included in your season ticket. This club does not need you, plastic scum.[/p][/quote]Sorry wrong, no public transport vouchers as part of my package, but two parking spaces as part of my deal based on the amount of tickets I buy, the club needs all of the support from people of all walks of life including those in the 1901 club many who like me have supported the club like I am sure you would claim too for many years. My point was that it is an example of poor Management, Barber raised revenues p**sed off a lot of people at Seattle! but the richest club in that league by a country mile consistently under achieved on the pitch, Under his Management, enjoy your public transport for next season!!! I for one expect more for my Contribution. Bucket feet Duffy
  • Score: 6

11:31pm Sun 11 May 14

Bucket feet Duffy says...

mark by the sea wrote:
Bha1901ch wrote:
Barber out
Think two managers who are treated like idiots won't stay, Gus had the Dutch guy all bar signed only for the suits to pull out of the deal, that was the start of fall out, OG had players sold and no replacements brought in, it's a mess, let managers run the players signings, the sale of elabd was a joke
Agree 100% we are in Danger of losing the second good manager in consecutive seasons, due to interference of Barber and Burke they are not supporters, they are paid employees who are able(apparently) to do their job badly and hide behind the Managers coat tails, get rid of him (Barber) he is the failure, time to switch the power to the person that carry's the responsibility on the pitch.
Please stay Oscar.
[quote][p][bold]mark by the sea[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bha1901ch[/bold] wrote: Barber out[/p][/quote]Think two managers who are treated like idiots won't stay, Gus had the Dutch guy all bar signed only for the suits to pull out of the deal, that was the start of fall out, OG had players sold and no replacements brought in, it's a mess, let managers run the players signings, the sale of elabd was a joke[/p][/quote]Agree 100% we are in Danger of losing the second good manager in consecutive seasons, due to interference of Barber and Burke they are not supporters, they are paid employees who are able(apparently) to do their job badly and hide behind the Managers coat tails, get rid of him (Barber) he is the failure, time to switch the power to the person that carry's the responsibility on the pitch. Please stay Oscar. Bucket feet Duffy
  • Score: 10

12:06am Mon 12 May 14

rolivan says...

Jules boy wrote:
The refs from both legs were each instructed to let Derby win to avoid a kit clash at Wembley.
I thought Paws on ruffed them both?
[quote][p][bold]Jules boy[/bold] wrote: The refs from both legs were each instructed to let Derby win to avoid a kit clash at Wembley.[/p][/quote]I thought Paws on ruffed them both? rolivan
  • Score: 1

12:10am Mon 12 May 14

Bucket feet Duffy says...

Bucket feet Duffy wrote:
pwlr1966 wrote:
Bucket feet Duffy wrote:
If Oscar Garcia goes, the man who should be going is car park manager Barber and his side kick Burke, we don't want to model our club on Tottenham another under achieving club, TB you should get behind Oscar and get rid of these expensive self opinionated wasters.
At the first game v Derby at the Amex,
if you happened to wander back to your car having kicked your heels for three quarters of an hour in the bar drinking coke and then be faced with another three quater of an hour wait in the car park a total joke, that is the measure of Barber his self opinionated rubbish he spouts sighting the old FFP as an excuse for his inability to manage properly, you only have to look at what he did at Seattle.
You sad fddddker, try using the public transport which is included in your season ticket. This club does not need you, plastic scum.
Sorry wrong, no public transport vouchers as part of my package, but two parking spaces as part of my deal based on the amount of tickets I buy, the club needs all of the support from people of all walks of life including those in the 1901 club many who like me have supported the club like I am sure you would claim too for many years.
My point was that it is an example of poor Management, Barber raised revenues p**sed off a lot of people at Seattle! but the richest club in that league by a country mile consistently under achieved on the pitch, Under his Management, enjoy your public transport for next season!!!
I for one expect more for my Contribution.
Also as a point the numbers at the end of your handle happen to be the year I Started supporting the club, with my s/hand scarf I got at a scout jumble, and my milk crate I used to stand on. Usually steel not plastic!
[quote][p][bold]Bucket feet Duffy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]pwlr1966[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bucket feet Duffy[/bold] wrote: If Oscar Garcia goes, the man who should be going is car park manager Barber and his side kick Burke, we don't want to model our club on Tottenham another under achieving club, TB you should get behind Oscar and get rid of these expensive self opinionated wasters. At the first game v Derby at the Amex, if you happened to wander back to your car having kicked your heels for three quarters of an hour in the bar drinking coke and then be faced with another three quater of an hour wait in the car park a total joke, that is the measure of Barber his self opinionated rubbish he spouts sighting the old FFP as an excuse for his inability to manage properly, you only have to look at what he did at Seattle.[/p][/quote]You sad fddddker, try using the public transport which is included in your season ticket. This club does not need you, plastic scum.[/p][/quote]Sorry wrong, no public transport vouchers as part of my package, but two parking spaces as part of my deal based on the amount of tickets I buy, the club needs all of the support from people of all walks of life including those in the 1901 club many who like me have supported the club like I am sure you would claim too for many years. My point was that it is an example of poor Management, Barber raised revenues p**sed off a lot of people at Seattle! but the richest club in that league by a country mile consistently under achieved on the pitch, Under his Management, enjoy your public transport for next season!!! I for one expect more for my Contribution.[/p][/quote]Also as a point the numbers at the end of your handle happen to be the year I Started supporting the club, with my s/hand scarf I got at a scout jumble, and my milk crate I used to stand on. Usually steel not plastic! Bucket feet Duffy
  • Score: 2

12:10am Mon 12 May 14

Free money says...

**** on give it the large about ur boy. lol lol pure lower league rubbish.Name the club and staff after dunk now?????????????????
**** on give it the large about ur boy. lol lol pure lower league rubbish.Name the club and staff after dunk now????????????????? Free money
  • Score: -10

12:12am Mon 12 May 14

Free money says...

The super vile Lewis Dunk lol haha.What pure rubbish
The super vile Lewis Dunk lol haha.What pure rubbish Free money
  • Score: -10

12:14am Mon 12 May 14

pablobrowno says...

This article from the Guardian, very worrying that this should happen again:

http://www.theguardi
an.com/football/2014
/may/11/brighton-osc
ar-garcia-resignatio
n-defeat?
This article from the Guardian, very worrying that this should happen again: http://www.theguardi an.com/football/2014 /may/11/brighton-osc ar-garcia-resignatio n-defeat? pablobrowno
  • Score: -1

12:17am Mon 12 May 14

Free money says...

mark by the sea wrote:
Bha1901ch wrote:
Barber out
Think two managers who are treated like idiots won't stay, Gus had the Dutch guy all bar signed only for the suits to pull out of the deal, that was the start of fall out, OG had players sold and no replacements brought in, it's a mess, let managers run the players signings, the sale of elabd was a joke
But MBTS we have that vile rubbish Dunk still.Plz help me get that vile freeloading scum off the clubs books.Friends with the thugs and gansters that r above the law.Scum
[quote][p][bold]mark by the sea[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bha1901ch[/bold] wrote: Barber out[/p][/quote]Think two managers who are treated like idiots won't stay, Gus had the Dutch guy all bar signed only for the suits to pull out of the deal, that was the start of fall out, OG had players sold and no replacements brought in, it's a mess, let managers run the players signings, the sale of elabd was a joke[/p][/quote]But MBTS we have that vile rubbish Dunk still.Plz help me get that vile freeloading scum off the clubs books.Friends with the thugs and gansters that r above the law.Scum Free money
  • Score: -9

12:32am Mon 12 May 14

Aldrington Halt says...

Oh dear looks like this seasons finishing in controversy, again...Hope that we find our way in the coming months, let go of the bad or indifferent, learn from mistakes and embrace the future, the future is Albion. Keep believing!!
Oh dear looks like this seasons finishing in controversy, again...Hope that we find our way in the coming months, let go of the bad or indifferent, learn from mistakes and embrace the future, the future is Albion. Keep believing!! Aldrington Halt
  • Score: 5

12:36am Mon 12 May 14

Claude Back says...

albionfan33 wrote:
the mail are saying hes offered his resignation?? hope thats not true!
I hope it is! (Sorry)..
I feel we will get nowhere with Garcia. He seems tactically stubborn and ineffective, Why did he persist with only one striker all season when it was apparent it wasn't really working? Especially today when we needed goals. Ulloa on his own (again) as Lingard doesn't play as a twin striker. Every commentator and pundit has said the same thing this year when watching the Albion; that we are too slow and ponderous in attack and don't support the lone striker with midfield runners (like Derby). Yet there are some on here who repeatedly say Garcia has done well. How? We got where we were despite his tactics and selections not because of him! You cannot use injuries as a defence. Ward and Dunk made a useful partnership today despite their brief enforced pairing. We were well beaten before that. The team looked dejected and no appetite for the roles they were playing once Derby scored the first. By the end it was embarrassing how dispirited they were. I don't blame them for that. They were trying to combat a far superior team who had gained ascendancy because of our game plan set up at the start which seemed to be defend and hope for a goal somehow.They seemed to lack any motivation.
I cannot help thinking that if McLaren had been our manager this season we would have probably had automatic promotion with the players we have.
(Oh, btw, to whom it may concern, don't confuse constructive criticism wanting the best for the Club and opinion with 'moaning'. It's not. It doesn't diminish affection for the Albion.)
[quote][p][bold]albionfan33[/bold] wrote: the mail are saying hes offered his resignation?? hope thats not true![/p][/quote]I hope it is! (Sorry).. I feel we will get nowhere with Garcia. He seems tactically stubborn and ineffective, Why did he persist with only one striker all season when it was apparent it wasn't really working? Especially today when we needed goals. Ulloa on his own (again) as Lingard doesn't play as a twin striker. Every commentator and pundit has said the same thing this year when watching the Albion; that we are too slow and ponderous in attack and don't support the lone striker with midfield runners (like Derby). Yet there are some on here who repeatedly say Garcia has done well. How? We got where we were despite his tactics and selections not because of him! You cannot use injuries as a defence. Ward and Dunk made a useful partnership today despite their brief enforced pairing. We were well beaten before that. The team looked dejected and no appetite for the roles they were playing once Derby scored the first. By the end it was embarrassing how dispirited they were. I don't blame them for that. They were trying to combat a far superior team who had gained ascendancy because of our game plan set up at the start which seemed to be defend and hope for a goal somehow.They seemed to lack any motivation. I cannot help thinking that if McLaren had been our manager this season we would have probably had automatic promotion with the players we have. (Oh, btw, to whom it may concern, don't confuse constructive criticism wanting the best for the Club and opinion with 'moaning'. It's not. It doesn't diminish affection for the Albion.) Claude Back
  • Score: -3

1:13am Mon 12 May 14

Towner83 says...

Seagull John wrote:
I would like to thank Oscar for exceeding all expectations in a season that should have been mid table obscurity in transition. I hope Tony rejects any question of resignation with a promise of greater financial support than this season.
Couldn't have put that better myself..... Well said
[quote][p][bold]Seagull John[/bold] wrote: I would like to thank Oscar for exceeding all expectations in a season that should have been mid table obscurity in transition. I hope Tony rejects any question of resignation with a promise of greater financial support than this season.[/p][/quote]Couldn't have put that better myself..... Well said Towner83
  • Score: 5

1:17am Mon 12 May 14

Bucket feet Duffy says...

Claude Back wrote:
albionfan33 wrote:
the mail are saying hes offered his resignation?? hope thats not true!
I hope it is! (Sorry)..
I feel we will get nowhere with Garcia. He seems tactically stubborn and ineffective, Why did he persist with only one striker all season when it was apparent it wasn't really working? Especially today when we needed goals. Ulloa on his own (again) as Lingard doesn't play as a twin striker. Every commentator and pundit has said the same thing this year when watching the Albion; that we are too slow and ponderous in attack and don't support the lone striker with midfield runners (like Derby). Yet there are some on here who repeatedly say Garcia has done well. How? We got where we were despite his tactics and selections not because of him! You cannot use injuries as a defence. Ward and Dunk made a useful partnership today despite their brief enforced pairing. We were well beaten before that. The team looked dejected and no appetite for the roles they were playing once Derby scored the first. By the end it was embarrassing how dispirited they were. I don't blame them for that. They were trying to combat a far superior team who had gained ascendancy because of our game plan set up at the start which seemed to be defend and hope for a goal somehow.They seemed to lack any motivation.
I cannot help thinking that if McLaren had been our manager this season we would have probably had automatic promotion with the players we have.
(Oh, btw, to whom it may concern, don't confuse constructive criticism wanting the best for the Club and opinion with 'moaning'. It's not. It doesn't diminish affection for the Albion.)
Whilst I appreciate you might well be a supporter of the club but I am confused as to your above comments, We got to the playoffs last season and were beaten by the worst side at home that team bares little to the one this season having lost Bridge, Bridcutt our player of the season, we gained a replacement during two weeks in pre season when Oscar changed him from a centre back to a midfielder in Ince, I think given the Injuries this season we have performed well, Crofts was doing the business this season and losing him especially with the goals he gave us from midfield, was something along with the string of injuries we had prevented us from being where Derby were or higher, I don't think Buckley was ever 100% this season the list goes on I think we didn't do bad, and if we can get players with more pace which Oscar requires I believe we will attack much quicker which I have to admit is a valid point. Keep the faith given the same options this season I find it hard to believe that any manager could have done much better especially one that did not have any knowledge of this league, with the experience and a better shout on the control of our budget I believe Oscar could be the best we have ever had.
[quote][p][bold]Claude Back[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]albionfan33[/bold] wrote: the mail are saying hes offered his resignation?? hope thats not true![/p][/quote]I hope it is! (Sorry).. I feel we will get nowhere with Garcia. He seems tactically stubborn and ineffective, Why did he persist with only one striker all season when it was apparent it wasn't really working? Especially today when we needed goals. Ulloa on his own (again) as Lingard doesn't play as a twin striker. Every commentator and pundit has said the same thing this year when watching the Albion; that we are too slow and ponderous in attack and don't support the lone striker with midfield runners (like Derby). Yet there are some on here who repeatedly say Garcia has done well. How? We got where we were despite his tactics and selections not because of him! You cannot use injuries as a defence. Ward and Dunk made a useful partnership today despite their brief enforced pairing. We were well beaten before that. The team looked dejected and no appetite for the roles they were playing once Derby scored the first. By the end it was embarrassing how dispirited they were. I don't blame them for that. They were trying to combat a far superior team who had gained ascendancy because of our game plan set up at the start which seemed to be defend and hope for a goal somehow.They seemed to lack any motivation. I cannot help thinking that if McLaren had been our manager this season we would have probably had automatic promotion with the players we have. (Oh, btw, to whom it may concern, don't confuse constructive criticism wanting the best for the Club and opinion with 'moaning'. It's not. It doesn't diminish affection for the Albion.)[/p][/quote]Whilst I appreciate you might well be a supporter of the club but I am confused as to your above comments, We got to the playoffs last season and were beaten by the worst side at home that team bares little to the one this season having lost Bridge, Bridcutt our player of the season, we gained a replacement during two weeks in pre season when Oscar changed him from a centre back to a midfielder in Ince, I think given the Injuries this season we have performed well, Crofts was doing the business this season and losing him especially with the goals he gave us from midfield, was something along with the string of injuries we had prevented us from being where Derby were or higher, I don't think Buckley was ever 100% this season the list goes on I think we didn't do bad, and if we can get players with more pace which Oscar requires I believe we will attack much quicker which I have to admit is a valid point. Keep the faith given the same options this season I find it hard to believe that any manager could have done much better especially one that did not have any knowledge of this league, with the experience and a better shout on the control of our budget I believe Oscar could be the best we have ever had. Bucket feet Duffy
  • Score: 4

1:44am Mon 12 May 14

oksouthstander says...

SMF20 wrote:
It's everywhere about OG.... What a crying shame.

I'm no troll and love our club dearly but if OG does indeed go then we have lost 2 exceptionally talented young managers to a way of recruiting that I for one am not a fan of.

Please sort this TB

Uta
Well said my sentiments exactly
[quote][p][bold]SMF20[/bold] wrote: It's everywhere about OG.... What a crying shame. I'm no troll and love our club dearly but if OG does indeed go then we have lost 2 exceptionally talented young managers to a way of recruiting that I for one am not a fan of. Please sort this TB Uta[/p][/quote]Well said my sentiments exactly oksouthstander
  • Score: 4

2:11am Mon 12 May 14

VegasSeagull says...

Reports are that Oscar has indeed told the club that he wants out, it's not a matter of, I let you down so I will go, in fact it's the other way around, he feels let down by the suits.

Before everyone timbers up on Barber, remember that we made a firm 1.1 million offer for Grabban, it's not a matter of Barber saying that money was not available. We didn't sign replacements for those that left or were injured for long periods of time, as Barber made money available for Grabban, my guess is that others decided not to buy the replacements.

Poyet watched us get knocked out of the play-offs, made his glass ceiling comment, and eventually left. Now we have Oscar, he too has watched
us get knocked out, made his own comments regarding the lack of recruitment, and has tendered his resignation, this can't go on.
If Oscar is determined to leave then he should go tomorrow, the board should set about replacing him asap, we don't need another pre-season debacle. I would like to think that Oscar could be persuaded to stay by giving him a decent budget to go shopping with now, and a reserve fund for the january window, just in case it's needed, but where does that money come from?
Bloom is only allowed to inject a set figure each year, the FFP sees to that, we will comply with the FFP rules this year but we will still operate at a loss. How can a club such as ours comply with the rules but still conjure up a 7 to 10 million budget, not to mention maybe another 2 or 3 million for january. The only way I can see that happening is if we get a big money offer for Ulloa, but lose Ulloa and we have lost one of the best strikers that we have had for quite a while.
Reports are that Oscar has indeed told the club that he wants out, it's not a matter of, I let you down so I will go, in fact it's the other way around, he feels let down by the suits. Before everyone timbers up on Barber, remember that we made a firm 1.1 million offer for Grabban, it's not a matter of Barber saying that money was not available. We didn't sign replacements for those that left or were injured for long periods of time, as Barber made money available for Grabban, my guess is that others decided not to buy the replacements. Poyet watched us get knocked out of the play-offs, made his glass ceiling comment, and eventually left. Now we have Oscar, he too has watched us get knocked out, made his own comments regarding the lack of recruitment, and has tendered his resignation, this can't go on. If Oscar is determined to leave then he should go tomorrow, the board should set about replacing him asap, we don't need another pre-season debacle. I would like to think that Oscar could be persuaded to stay by giving him a decent budget to go shopping with now, and a reserve fund for the january window, just in case it's needed, but where does that money come from? Bloom is only allowed to inject a set figure each year, the FFP sees to that, we will comply with the FFP rules this year but we will still operate at a loss. How can a club such as ours comply with the rules but still conjure up a 7 to 10 million budget, not to mention maybe another 2 or 3 million for january. The only way I can see that happening is if we get a big money offer for Ulloa, but lose Ulloa and we have lost one of the best strikers that we have had for quite a while. VegasSeagull
  • Score: 9

2:49am Mon 12 May 14

Aldrington Halt says...

VegasSeagull wrote:
Reports are that Oscar has indeed told the club that he wants out, it's not a matter of, I let you down so I will go, in fact it's the other way around, he feels let down by the suits.

Before everyone timbers up on Barber, remember that we made a firm 1.1 million offer for Grabban, it's not a matter of Barber saying that money was not available. We didn't sign replacements for those that left or were injured for long periods of time, as Barber made money available for Grabban, my guess is that others decided not to buy the replacements.

Poyet watched us get knocked out of the play-offs, made his glass ceiling comment, and eventually left. Now we have Oscar, he too has watched
us get knocked out, made his own comments regarding the lack of recruitment, and has tendered his resignation, this can't go on.
If Oscar is determined to leave then he should go tomorrow, the board should set about replacing him asap, we don't need another pre-season debacle. I would like to think that Oscar could be persuaded to stay by giving him a decent budget to go shopping with now, and a reserve fund for the january window, just in case it's needed, but where does that money come from?
Bloom is only allowed to inject a set figure each year, the FFP sees to that, we will comply with the FFP rules this year but we will still operate at a loss. How can a club such as ours comply with the rules but still conjure up a 7 to 10 million budget, not to mention maybe another 2 or 3 million for january. The only way I can see that happening is if we get a big money offer for Ulloa, but lose Ulloa and we have lost one of the best strikers that we have had for quite a while.
We'll have to sell a few stars and with the money available find another Glen Murray.. whoever takes over as coach is going to have to work some magic to better Oscar next season if given similar circumstances, budget signings and long term loans could possibly inspire a more exiting offense and mend the bemoaned lack of pace, but it's going to be down to who selects the team and who's behind the wheel there now?..UTA
[quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: Reports are that Oscar has indeed told the club that he wants out, it's not a matter of, I let you down so I will go, in fact it's the other way around, he feels let down by the suits. Before everyone timbers up on Barber, remember that we made a firm 1.1 million offer for Grabban, it's not a matter of Barber saying that money was not available. We didn't sign replacements for those that left or were injured for long periods of time, as Barber made money available for Grabban, my guess is that others decided not to buy the replacements. Poyet watched us get knocked out of the play-offs, made his glass ceiling comment, and eventually left. Now we have Oscar, he too has watched us get knocked out, made his own comments regarding the lack of recruitment, and has tendered his resignation, this can't go on. If Oscar is determined to leave then he should go tomorrow, the board should set about replacing him asap, we don't need another pre-season debacle. I would like to think that Oscar could be persuaded to stay by giving him a decent budget to go shopping with now, and a reserve fund for the january window, just in case it's needed, but where does that money come from? Bloom is only allowed to inject a set figure each year, the FFP sees to that, we will comply with the FFP rules this year but we will still operate at a loss. How can a club such as ours comply with the rules but still conjure up a 7 to 10 million budget, not to mention maybe another 2 or 3 million for january. The only way I can see that happening is if we get a big money offer for Ulloa, but lose Ulloa and we have lost one of the best strikers that we have had for quite a while.[/p][/quote]We'll have to sell a few stars and with the money available find another Glen Murray.. whoever takes over as coach is going to have to work some magic to better Oscar next season if given similar circumstances, budget signings and long term loans could possibly inspire a more exiting offense and mend the bemoaned lack of pace, but it's going to be down to who selects the team and who's behind the wheel there now?..UTA Aldrington Halt
  • Score: 3

2:57am Mon 12 May 14

Free money says...

Lewis Dunk is wonderful lol hahahaha. wake up u mugs
Lewis Dunk is wonderful lol hahahaha. wake up u mugs Free money
  • Score: -5

3:03am Mon 12 May 14

Free money says...

come on ganster boys name the clubs after your super boy now lol hahaha???????? vile lower league scum fact lol .
come on ganster boys name the clubs after your super boy now lol hahaha???????? vile lower league scum fact lol . Free money
  • Score: -6

3:24am Mon 12 May 14

Free money says...

Shame on the club and city.Lewis Dunk is a pure waste of space,NOW NAME THE TOP CLUBS AND SFAFF AFTER IT NOW ON THIS SITE?????? GO ON NAME THE CLUB AND STAFF U MUGS???? LOL NOT ONE TOP CLUB WANTS UR LITTLE RICH BOY LOL.
Shame on the club and city.Lewis Dunk is a pure waste of space,NOW NAME THE TOP CLUBS AND SFAFF AFTER IT NOW ON THIS SITE?????? GO ON NAME THE CLUB AND STAFF U MUGS???? LOL NOT ONE TOP CLUB WANTS UR LITTLE RICH BOY LOL. Free money
  • Score: -5

3:46am Mon 12 May 14

JoeBlow says...

I suspect FFP has a big part to play in this situation.
I suspect FFP has a big part to play in this situation. JoeBlow
  • Score: 2

3:55am Mon 12 May 14

Free money says...

JoeBlow wrote:
I suspect FFP has a big part to play in this situation.
So thats ur anser lol haha????? now name the clubs after ur vile freeloadinging boy b4 his gangsters mates mash my door because they r above the law lol ??????
[quote][p][bold]JoeBlow[/bold] wrote: I suspect FFP has a big part to play in this situation.[/p][/quote]So thats ur anser lol haha????? now name the clubs after ur vile freeloadinging boy b4 his gangsters mates mash my door because they r above the law lol ?????? Free money
  • Score: -3

4:00am Mon 12 May 14

Albion In Staffs says...

One of several lines doing the rounds on OG, this from the D. Tel:
"He offered his resignation following the game and despite the club asking him to reconsider, he is understood to have told his players he will be leaving."
Will be interesting to see how The Argus follows this up in the morning, especially as they've been slow on the uptake to reveal any information themselves. With the D. Tel, Mail, Guardian and SSN all leading the way on this and no denial from the club, it's clearly a burning fire.
It'll also be very revealing if he becomes the second to leave under a cloud of discontent in 12 months....
One of several lines doing the rounds on OG, this from the D. Tel: "He offered his resignation following the game and despite the club asking him to reconsider, he is understood to have told his players he will be leaving." Will be interesting to see how The Argus follows this up in the morning, especially as they've been slow on the uptake to reveal any information themselves. With the D. Tel, Mail, Guardian and SSN all leading the way on this and no denial from the club, it's clearly a burning fire. It'll also be very revealing if he becomes the second to leave under a cloud of discontent in 12 months.... Albion In Staffs
  • Score: 4

4:27am Mon 12 May 14

Free money says...

Plz all true Brighton fans let get this Vegas & Ex-pat Srote PR Dunk guys off this site.We have all now seen Lewis Dunk is a pure waste space lets get that vile boy off the clubs books.That vile boy was taken apart by Derby now lets get him off the wage bill with vile Hoskins.
Plz all true Brighton fans let get this Vegas & Ex-pat Srote PR Dunk guys off this site.We have all now seen Lewis Dunk is a pure waste space lets get that vile boy off the clubs books.That vile boy was taken apart by Derby now lets get him off the wage bill with vile Hoskins. Free money
  • Score: -4

5:02am Mon 12 May 14

albionbloke says...

VegasSeagull wrote:
Reports are that Oscar has indeed told the club that he wants out, it's not a matter of, I let you down so I will go, in fact it's the other way around, he feels let down by the suits.

Before everyone timbers up on Barber, remember that we made a firm 1.1 million offer for Grabban, it's not a matter of Barber saying that money was not available. We didn't sign replacements for those that left or were injured for long periods of time, as Barber made money available for Grabban, my guess is that others decided not to buy the replacements.

Poyet watched us get knocked out of the play-offs, made his glass ceiling comment, and eventually left. Now we have Oscar, he too has watched
us get knocked out, made his own comments regarding the lack of recruitment, and has tendered his resignation, this can't go on.
If Oscar is determined to leave then he should go tomorrow, the board should set about replacing him asap, we don't need another pre-season debacle. I would like to think that Oscar could be persuaded to stay by giving him a decent budget to go shopping with now, and a reserve fund for the january window, just in case it's needed, but where does that money come from?
Bloom is only allowed to inject a set figure each year, the FFP sees to that, we will comply with the FFP rules this year but we will still operate at a loss. How can a club such as ours comply with the rules but still conjure up a 7 to 10 million budget, not to mention maybe another 2 or 3 million for january. The only way I can see that happening is if we get a big money offer for Ulloa, but lose Ulloa and we have lost one of the best strikers that we have had for quite a while.
So if Oscar leaves, that's two managers out after two successive playoffs, both likely for the same reason. So what's the common denominator? I hope you can figure it out TB because clearly something is not right in your engine room and this should be a big wake-up call to you. Perhaps it really is time for you to evaluate ALL of your staff....from the top down. Frankly, this 'trend' is likely to deter any prospective decent manager from wanting the job. Sure, there'll be no shortage of 'recycled' applicants who will want it but I'm afraid that the 'good' ones may be scared off because of this trend.


I agree with Vegas, if this is inevitable then sooner rather than later. We surely don't want another summer of uncertainty. We need to start work on building for next season right away...not in late July.
[quote][p][bold]VegasSeagull[/bold] wrote: Reports are that Oscar has indeed told the club that he wants out, it's not a matter of, I let you down so I will go, in fact it's the other way around, he feels let down by the suits. Before everyone timbers up on Barber, remember that we made a firm 1.1 million offer for Grabban, it's not a matter of Barber saying that money was not available. We didn't sign replacements for those that left or were injured for long periods of time, as Barber made money available for Grabban, my guess is that others decided not to buy the replacements. Poyet watched us get knocked out of the play-offs, made his glass ceiling comment, and eventually left. Now we have Oscar, he too has watched us get knocked out, made his own comments regarding the lack of recruitment, and has tendered his resignation, this can't go on. If Oscar is determined to leave then he should go tomorrow, the board should set about replacing him asap, we don't need another pre-season debacle. I would like to think that Oscar could be persuaded to stay by giving him a decent budget to go shopping with now, and a reserve fund for the january window, just in case it's needed, but where does that money come from? Bloom is only allowed to inject a set figure each year, the FFP sees to that, we will comply with the FFP rules this year but we will still operate at a loss. How can a club such as ours comply with the rules but still conjure up a 7 to 10 million budget, not to mention maybe another 2 or 3 million for january. The only way I can see that happening is if we get a big money offer for Ulloa, but lose Ulloa and we have lost one of the best strikers that we have had for quite a while.[/p][/quote]So if Oscar leaves, that's two managers out after two successive playoffs, both likely for the same reason. So what's the common denominator? I hope you can figure it out TB because clearly something is not right in your engine room and this should be a big wake-up call to you. Perhaps it really is time for you to evaluate ALL of your staff....from the top down. Frankly, this 'trend' is likely to deter any prospective decent manager from wanting the job. Sure, there'll be no shortage of 'recycled' applicants who will want it but I'm afraid that the 'good' ones may be scared off because of this trend. I agree with Vegas, if this is inevitable then sooner rather than later. We surely don't want another summer of uncertainty. We need to start work on building for next season right away...not in late July. albionbloke
  • Score: 3

10:10pm Mon 12 May 14

Captain Haddock says...

Bha1901ch wrote:
Barber out
Why? Are you dissatisfied with the huge new revenue streams, his excellent record of replying personally to all emails or his essential cost saving actions?

Barber is an excellent chief exec' who sizeable salary is worth it for the overall productivity it brings. If you call for Barber's head you call for Tony Bloom's

Did you mean Burke?
[quote][p][bold]Bha1901ch[/bold] wrote: Barber out[/p][/quote]Why? Are you dissatisfied with the huge new revenue streams, his excellent record of replying personally to all emails or his essential cost saving actions? Barber is an excellent chief exec' who sizeable salary is worth it for the overall productivity it brings. If you call for Barber's head you call for Tony Bloom's Did you mean Burke? Captain Haddock
  • Score: 1

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