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MrSwerve wrote:
10 Jun 2021 17:45
Hear that? That's Monmouth screaming with joy. :D
Just wait until he's heard he's signed a new contract,There'll be an atomic size hole in Monmouth. :lol:
I understand how he feels though,Coopers done a good job but feck me i don't know if i can watch another season of his "football" even at £100.
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Steve knows bezt



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Take with a pinch of salt.
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Please don't take him Palace, he takes us to a different dimension, with his patterns of attacking play and superior defensive robustness, combined with a tactically astute shape.. 20 odd clean sheets proves that he is a diamond in the rough and gives us a superior edge or cutting edge over most teams.. he also likes PowerPoint presentations with "his" style and "his" way, but will always throw players under the bus when results don't go his way, his looks and demeanor are just that, he's a cog in a well oiled beast with a high propensity of aerodynamic compulsion traits and no delusional output with a high geared tactical dynamic, that get all the juices flowing..

Yours sincerely

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monmouth wrote:
10 Jun 2021 20:04
MrSwerve wrote:
10 Jun 2021 17:45
Hear that? That's Monmouth screaming with joy. :D
Unfortunately, two seasons of that utter s**t has left me a broken husk, totally coopered and beyond anything other than small hand gestures.

So if this is not fake news, then 👍👌
The last two, incredibly successful seasons, have reflected our ambition.



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I think we have the same friend in the Press, Darran.



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Linked with Fulham now, although I can’t see them forking out compo.



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Swansea93 wrote:
15 Jun 2021 21:41
Linked with Fulham now, although I can’t see them forking out compo.
I’m already reconciled that the cowardly little fraud will be here to serve up more of the same next season. Let’s hope he doesn’t ruin us irrevocably. His ‘style’ is already deeply ingrained. It might be terminal when his luck runs out.




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He's going to get sacked in October if his "luck" subsides, because that's what his "style" revolves around, a bounce of the ball, a defensive lapse, individual effort (Ayew mainly).. it's unsustainable, to nick the odd goal here and there, we need a structure to rely on producing goals, "hoping" is a last resort
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monmouth wrote:
15 Jun 2021 22:13
Swansea93 wrote:
15 Jun 2021 21:41
Linked with Fulham now, although I can’t see them forking out compo.
I’m already reconciled that the cowardly little fraud will be here to serve up more of the same next season. Let’s hope he doesn’t ruin us irrevocably. His ‘style’ is already deeply ingrained. It might be terminal when his luck runs out.
I don't see him being either a 'coward' or a 'fraud', and I'm surprised that Monmouth would say that. Cooper concentrates on the defence first, and builds from that, and it isn't the craziest idea in the world. Whether it works or not, it got us into the top half of the table in the last two seasons. On a personal level, he seems to be a decent person. I dislike his strategy, and didn't like watching the games last season, but I can't see why Monmouth and others constantly abuse him. Personally, I'd like a new manager, and my own choice would be to approach Sol Campbell, because of his work with Macclesfield (Yep, not going to happen).



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Glyn1 wrote:
16 Jun 2021 05:20
monmouth wrote:
15 Jun 2021 22:13


I’m already reconciled that the cowardly little fraud will be here to serve up more of the same next season. Let’s hope he doesn’t ruin us irrevocably. His ‘style’ is already deeply ingrained. It might be terminal when his luck runs out.
I don't see him being either a 'coward' or a 'fraud', and I'm surprised that Monmouth would say that. Cooper concentrates on the defence first, and builds from that, and it isn't the craziest idea in the world. Whether it works or not, it got us into the top half of the table in the last two seasons. On a personal level, he seems to be a decent person. I dislike his strategy, and didn't like watching the games last season, but I can't see why Monmouth and others constantly abuse him. Personally, I'd like a new manager, and my own choice would be to approach Sol Campbell, because of his work with Macclesfield (Yep, not going to happen).
Sol Campbell??!! Was there for 8 months and kept them in league 2.
Jesus wept are you fckn nuts ?



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Sol Campbell... No Words


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Captain_Sham wrote:
16 Jun 2021 08:48
Sol Campbell... No Words
I counted four.

Lampard and Rooney started their managerial careers in the Championship so why not give Sol a chance. Just because he briefly managed in L2 doesn't make him L2 standard, but of course it won't happen.



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Glyn1 wrote:
16 Jun 2021 12:29
Captain_Sham wrote:
16 Jun 2021 08:48
Sol Campbell... No Words
I counted four.

Lampard and Rooney started their managerial careers in the Championship so why not give Sol a chance. Just because he briefly managed in L2 doesn't make him L2 standard, but of course it won't happen.
The same Rooney that almost took Derby down at the first attempt, Lampard will do well to find another decent gig too...


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