More luton fans have lost some of the faith,
they're starting to realise we're losing touch in the playoff raith (ahem!!)
still did what he did but now it's time
something is not right,regardless of how hard he tries.
lets get a new face in to change things around,
before the kennel hears that familiar sound....
sacked in the morning,your getting sacked in the morning...
we a need a new manager to restart a new dawning.
Don't be suprised if Ian Hendon is gone by the end of the year. We've now had 16 games to judge him, which is enough time and yesterday was the first time the fans all turned on him, even though we created a few chances and certain players were guilty of missing them, we were still awful.
We're now 2 wins in 10 and it has to be said we've been really poor for 2 months now. Hendons style of play is becoming very predictable.
I wasn't happy with his appointment, but as always you give a manager time, he has even brought in his own backroom staff but his signings as well haven't been good enough.
Ollie Palmer has gone as I expected, a hard worker who has changed a few games for us and helped us earn draws, but his composure is awful in front of goal.
Frazer Shaw - A young raw left back who blows hot and cold.
Blair Turgott - See above, but hasn't had a run in the team.
Jack Payne, Sean Clohessy and Sammy Moore have been ok.
Also our defending structure as a team is awful, we cannot keep clean sheets for shit and always look likely to concede.
He'll never ever be a manager, his time at Barnet is being repeated, we'll be lucky not to be relegated again.
If The Terminator doesn't win Most Negative poster of the year, then there's something seriously wrong. We're going to drift down the table unless Hendon changes things around, but relegation? Don't be silly. Leave that to Oxford fans' nightly masturbation sessions.
Well, the past fortnight has shown that Allen is a decent manager. He's realised that he needed to change our squad and the way we play, he discussed this with our chairman, he got Tony's backing to make these changes, he made the changes and we've picked up
10 points in our last four matches.
No way! Daggers, Yeovil and York look very poor this year, though Yeovil have one very important thing in their favour and that is they simply don't know when they're beaten and never give up. Then there's also Newport whose recent revival under Sheridan could be short-lived, esp. if they get hit by injuries, due to the small squad they have, though I personally think that somehow or other he'll keep them up.
Orient to finish below these 4 sides? Absolutely no way.
I don't think there's much chance of Sturrock going, he was pretty cheap from what I've heard and our board won't want to pay more for someone else (Ricardo Moniz applied but I think he was too expensive). Luggy hasn't exactly got much to work with and that amount of injures is freakish and probably would have happened regardless of who was in charge.