That man is hanging on by a thread. If he goes before the weekend it'll be absolutely typical.
We play Stockport, Aldershot and Barnet within the next 4 games. It's a CONSPIRACY, no doubt about it.
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Mark Molesley back, with it looks like Terry Brown as Director of Football
Looks like we've actually put some thought into it!
We'll have to agree to disagree on that one.Did well in his first job, rubbish in his second, no one succeeds at Oldham and then now t*his has tipped him over the edge and will be lucky to get another job now.
He will want the main job. He’s no DoF for sure. Brennan taking over sometime this season was always going to happen. You will play very attacking football, but defensively you will be more suspect than you are even now. His football could be called naive at this level, though Dave Anderson might temper his ways.Ruthless, but Kewell was so incompetent that it was hard to see how things can get better under him.
Brennan as "caretaker" - I think in practice it's his job to lose now.
Was Josh Doherty as bad for you as he is for us?We'll have to agree to disagree on that one.
It was boring, pass the ball around at back shitefest when he was at Crawley...unless you are talking about his very short spell in charge at Watford u21s (one game, lost 8-1)
Hope you lot get it togeather, Proper football club.Just about the best appointments we could make in keeping the fanbase onside, given the financial constraints the Board are putting in place right now. I’m certainly happy, two blokes who understand and love the club and will know what’s ahead of them, a young amibitious manager keen to put the Southend shambles behind him and Browny who knows non-league inside out and has a depth of contacts that few in this division could match.
I actually think Searle did the best with his limited resources. He managed to turn Harry Pan into a double figures striker. Overall, I thought he did reasonably well to keep you relatively out of trouble the last 2 years. Not to say he’s been outstanding but I do think he’s had a pretty shit hand to work from. Losing Rees and a few other solid first trainers over the summer was a blow and replacements don’t look up to it. I’m assuming he barely had a budget either. On limited funds, is there an obvious choose for anyone to do better?Surprised at the timing, particularly after 2 decent away results, but I think Searle had lost the fans and was ultimately hugely out of his depth at this level. Shame it didn’t work out for him as he seems like a really nice guy, but the right decision from our board IMO.
Only names currently in the mix (that I’ve heard) are Mark Molesley and Neil Smith. Molesley would definitely be the popular choice for supporters.