Another gateshead fan chipping in here, yes we have others. Best of luck to aspin. Im one for giveing managers time and get sick of managerial merry go rounds at other clubs but malcom crosby defo had to go. Worcester was bad but there was no way back after halifax. As for ground i believe its back on agenda, which is good. It seemed to get quitely shelved last season before new owners came. Whilst the international stadium aint ideal its in town and its well maintained and good facilities. Rather that than depressing grounds like brunton park and kenilworth road, like a trip back pre war
Just 2 senior players that mills signed are still there thankgod as he made some poor signings and wasted alot of money. Matty pattison and john shaw are the two but john shaw had been with club before. The best of the players in my opinion are those signed by ian bogieWill be interesting to see if he goes down the same route he did with Halifax when they very effectively got to the playoff semis. The swarm of battlers in the middle of park shouldn't be too difficult to recruit, I wouldn't have thought. Finding another Lee Gregory to latch onto them through balls isn't something anyone should be counting on though. I haven't paid a massive amount of attention to the Gateshead squad over the past season or so, so forgive my ignorance but are there any/many of the Mills squad left there?
I'd have thought he's slipped somewhat from his hiatus, you know, that time he guided a part time club into the play-offs, and then a place in the top ten, while over-rated full time clubs like Lincoln and their hilarious managers floundered in mid table obscurity. Still, you carry on perpetuating your fallacies if it makes you feel clever, while at the same time looking like a dick.