2019/20 shan off the gaffa race

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Welcome back to management Steve Watson, new Chester manager
 

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Had no idea Watson left York! When did that happen?!
 

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Had no idea Watson left York! When did that happen?!
13th November apparently, with a 51% win rate. Not sure if he had some issues with the owners as he won manager of the month the month prior!
 

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Keep typing in on Google odds for Phil Hurst next to get sacked now the Weymouth guy has gone but no results. Any clarity on why this may be?
 

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Weymouth manager Brian Stock sacked
Just saw that in our local press....

A club statement confirmed: “Weymouth Football Club this morning, can confirm, following a meeting of the board, that 1st Team Manager Brian Stock and the club have parted company.”
 

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Hardly a surprise - seven straight defeats and sinking ever further into the relegation morass'll do that to any manager. I actually feel quite sorry for the guy. When he was brought in it was a huge opportunity for a man with a good track record of success as a player, including captaining teams to promotion, at a club on the crest of a wave following two successive promotions. Unfortunately, his managerial inexperience was exposed in a league that's brutally unforgiving, and he proved to be just not up to the demands of the job, though I'm unconvinced he'd have done any better at a lower level. It'll be interesting to see who the Board try and get in - it looks like they have a clear target in mind - but how attractive a small-budget club in relegation trouble will be to any half-decent manager is open to question.
 

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David Oldfield. The new man in charge at Weymouth. They have plucked him from Oxford City where he had done a good job
 

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David Oldfield. The new man in charge at Weymouth. They have plucked him from Oxford City where he had done a good job

That's a very decent appointment. Weymouth looked doomed but now I'm not so sure.
 

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That's Bromley done for then. Commence FADE.
Great of Gillingham if they take a tinpotter's manager and let us sign Vadaine Oliver.

Always had respect for Gillingham for providing the shittest away end in league football. That's how it should be for away fans, really horrible. Make the most of the home advantage.
 

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Great of Gillingham if they take a tinpotter's manager and let us sign Vadaine Oliver.

Always had respect for Gillingham for providing the shittest away end in league football. That's how it should be for away fans, really horrible. Make the most of the home advantage.

Surely Woodman’s only going there on the condition they keep hold of their massive head on a stick.
 

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Great news ahead of our game on Saturday and the wider playoff picture.

No doubt they’ll batter us on Saturday and nick a play off spot from us at the end of the season as well
 

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Great news ahead of our game on Saturday and the wider playoff picture.

No doubt they’ll batter us on Saturday and nick a play off spot from us at the end of the season as well
Said it on The Fishy but if our lot aren't chomping at the bit to get their own back on this set of wankers then there's something wrong with them.
 

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What did he do
He was goading our fans at their place and then their wanker players scored at the home end but ran the length of the pitch to celebrate all 3 goals in front of our fans instead.
Typical tinpotter inferiority complex.
 

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They beat Grimsby back before everyone else started doing it.
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