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PostSubject: Re: Hartlepool Argyle   Sat 18 Feb - 16:42:15

Scraping a point (if we hang on) against Hartlepool is hardly arresting this season's crash.
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PostSubject: Re: Hartlepool Argyle   Sat 18 Feb - 16:44:14

No goals Nathan on LOL
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PostSubject: Re: Hartlepool Argyle   Sat 18 Feb - 16:55:03

Who's going Lincoln next season?

brent out
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PostSubject: Re: Hartlepool Argyle   Sat 18 Feb - 16:57:23

Great point away from home to high flying Hartlepool, meanwhile Doncaster scrape a draw at home to lowly Luton. COYG
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PostSubject: Re: Hartlepool Argyle   Sat 18 Feb - 17:07:18

Scraped a point at Hartlepool, impressive for a club punching above its weight.........Brent Out.
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PostSubject: Re: Hartlepool Argyle   Sat 18 Feb - 17:20:44

Carlisle closed up but Pompey and Luton drawing leaves us very much as we were over 4th
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PostSubject: Re: Hartlepool Argyle   Sat 18 Feb - 17:24:23

harvetheslayer wrote:
Carlisle closed up but Pompey and Luton drawing leaves us very much as we were over 4th

Yep could have been a whole lot worse. Other results limited the damage.
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PostSubject: Re: Hartlepool Argyle   Sat 18 Feb - 18:04:54

As somebody once said, every point's a prisoner.

One point in 2 games against two teams in the bottom 6 isn't too impressive though.

Knowing Argo they'll go and win at Luton next week.
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PostSubject: Re: Hartlepool Argyle   Sat 18 Feb - 18:30:58

1 point from 6 against bottom three sides. Does anyone seriously think that is good enough? This season's crash is now in full swing.
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PostSubject: Re: Hartlepool Argyle   Sat 18 Feb - 18:35:19

Freathy wrote:
1 point from 6 against bottom three sides.  Does anyone seriously think that is good enough?  This season's crash is now in full swing.

lol!
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PostSubject: Re: Hartlepool Argyle   Sat 18 Feb - 19:09:07

Its De Ja Vu again. We cant beat teams we should be beating and not taking opportunities that other results gift us.

Im losing any hope in promotion this season again if we cant snap out of this up and down result pattern that has killed us for the last two seasons and seems to be still be a thing.
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PostSubject: Re: Hartlepool Argyle   Sat 18 Feb - 19:29:24

Superb goal from Kennedy. Match against Luton has now assumed mahoosive proportions. Glad i'm not going.
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PostSubject: Re: Hartlepool Argyle   Sun 19 Feb - 1:06:37

Czarcasm wrote:
harvetheslayer wrote:
Carlisle closed up but Pompey and Luton drawing leaves us very much as we were over 4th

Yep could have been a whole lot worse. Other results limited the damage.
Thats it really. Move on. Some fans are moaning at 1 point from 2 games and that stat sounds awful but what about 7 points from 4 games including games against the form team and a team mid-table/pushing play-offs. Stats can be manipulated to fit any argument.
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PostSubject: Re: Hartlepool Argyle   Sun 19 Feb - 2:39:35

Love the dissent quelling 'move on'.
We will go up, but it will be despite Brent not because of Brent,
even though he did 'save us' and is now sitting on shares in the club valued at three and half million pounds.
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PostSubject: Re: Hartlepool Argyle   Sun 19 Feb - 7:15:56

We still have to play at Doncaster, Wycombe and Pompey. My prediction, for what it's worth, is win at Luton and we'll be fine for promotion. Lose at Luton and the play offs beckon. I could be wrong of course .


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PostSubject: Re: Hartlepool Argyle   Sun 19 Feb - 7:26:02

PatDunne wrote:
Love the dissent quelling 'move on'.
We will go up, but it will be despite Brent not because of Brent,
even though he did 'save us' and is now sitting on shares in the club valued at three and half million pounds.

Two conflicting rumours are doing the rounds: one is that Brent has asked Hallett to find an investor to take his 50.1% by the end of the season. The other is that Hallett is going to take some of the 50.1 and become chairman and majority owner. One thing that is not a rumour though, is the fact that Hallett's time at Argyle is just starting and Brent's is coming to an end.
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PostSubject: Re: Hartlepool Argyle   Sun 19 Feb - 8:08:02

God the rejoicing in the streets will be inspirational as the Shyster walks away.....The Pig (already deep in shit) will know his time in the DB has come to an end along with his AAA passes.....Am getting a Semi at the prospect

Pig Pig Pig laugh laugh
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PostSubject: Re: Hartlepool Argyle   Sun 19 Feb - 8:18:25

GreenDick25 wrote:

Two conflicting rumours are doing the rounds: one is that Brent has asked Hallett to find an investor to take his 50.1% by the end of the season. The other is that Hallett is going to take some of the 50.1 and become chairman and majority owner. One thing that is not a rumour though, is the fact that Hallett's time at Argyle is just starting and Brent's is coming to an end.

I like that last bit cheers

Hallett can't possibly be worse than brent. No-one could be worse than brent. But Hallet has a long way to go to convince me the club isn't yet again in the wrong hands.

Back to the 16/17 crash, our next three games look like mission impossible for brent's depleted, injury ravaged chokers

Luton A
Notts County H
Carlisle H
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PostSubject: Re: Hartlepool Argyle   Sun 19 Feb - 8:49:17

One of the issues Hallett has identified is that the administrative infrastructure of club is not up to standard. The Liverpool ticket debacle didn't help but the Starnes/McHugh feck up is a story that the club has buried well. Our greatest asset is DA, but he won't be here next season if the contract renewals are as shambolic as last year.
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PostSubject: Re: Hartlepool Argyle   Sun 19 Feb - 9:28:50

GreenDick25 wrote:
One of the issues Hallett has identified is that the administrative infrastructure of club is not up to standard. The Liverpool ticket debacle didn't help but the Starnes/McHugh feck up is a story that the club has buried well. Our greatest asset is DA, but he won't be here next season if the contract renewals are as shambolic as last year.

The whole fecking club is not up to standard under Brent,  considering the potential for success, Hallett is still an unknown in terms of his ambition for the club.
But sure as hell there is a reasonable chance he can do a better job than the pathetic excuse for an owner than we have now.
If we get promoted, DA will become a number one managerial target for a lot of club owners.
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PostSubject: Re: Hartlepool Argyle   Sun 19 Feb - 9:43:33

Adams was livid over the McHugh shambles, as he was with the delayed kick off recently when the club couldn't get all the crowd in because Starnes and Co didn't realise the attendance could be bigger.

Hallett also isn't impressed with the state of the ground overall, the maintenance has basically not been done because it costs money. Starnes is second rate for a L2 club and I wouldn't be surprised if he is on his way if and when Hallett takes over.

The summer will be interesting if we go up. Brent will be faced with increased costs and longer player contracts which he won't be happy with. I can see Hallett stepping in as he should realise what's needed to keep the club in L1 and possibly challenge to go up again. I think Adams, if he stays, has what it takes to move the club forward if, and it's a big if, he gets the backing to do so.
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PostSubject: Re: Hartlepool Argyle   Sun 19 Feb - 10:20:23

Brent's going nowhere, the cash cow hasn't been milked dry yet.
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PostSubject: Re: Hartlepool Argyle   Sun 19 Feb - 10:42:52

GreenDick25 wrote:
PatDunne wrote:
Love the dissent quelling 'move on'.
We will go up, but it will be despite Brent not because of Brent,
even though he did 'save us' and is now sitting on shares in the club valued at three and half million pounds.

Two conflicting rumours are doing the rounds: one is that Brent has asked Hallett to find an investor to take his 50.1% by the end of the season. The other is that Hallett is going to take some of the 50.1 and become chairman and majority owner. One thing that is not a rumour though, is the fact that Hallett's time at Argyle is just starting and Brent's is coming to an end.
If Hallet can end the Brentmare invest in the clubs infastructure and keep the manager whilst giving him a decent budget a club like Argyle should have then we can all get behind him.
Clearing the circus acts out of the Directors Box and appointing a credible Club President along with a proper CEO and Club secretary should keep Si busy for a while.
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PostSubject: Re: Hartlepool Argyle   Sun 19 Feb - 11:31:21

sufferedsince 68 wrote:
GreenDick25 wrote:
PatDunne wrote:
Love the dissent quelling 'move on'.
We will go up, but it will be despite Brent not because of Brent,
even though he did 'save us' and is now sitting on shares in the club valued at three and half million pounds.

Two conflicting rumours are doing the rounds: one is that Brent has asked Hallett to find an investor to take his 50.1% by the end of the season. The other is that Hallett is going to take some of the 50.1 and become chairman and majority owner. One thing that is not a rumour though, is the fact that Hallett's time at Argyle is just starting and Brent's is coming to an end.
If Hallet can end the Brentmare invest in the clubs infastructure and keep the manager whilst giving him a decent budget a club like Argyle should have then we can all get behind him.
Clearing the circus acts out of the Directors Box and appointing a credible Club President along with a proper CEO and Club secretary should keep Si busy for a while.

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PostSubject: Re: Hartlepool Argyle   Wed 22 Feb - 11:09:45

akagreengull wrote:
sufferedsince 68 wrote:
GreenDick25 wrote:
PatDunne wrote:
Love the dissent quelling 'move on'.
We will go up, but it will be despite Brent not because of Brent,
even though he did 'save us' and is now sitting on shares in the club valued at three and half million pounds.

Two conflicting rumours are doing the rounds: one is that Brent has asked Hallett to find an investor to take his 50.1% by the end of the season. The other is that Hallett is going to take some of the 50.1 and become chairman and majority owner. One thing that is not a rumour though, is the fact that Hallett's time at Argyle is just starting and Brent's is coming to an end.
If Hallet can end the Brentmare invest in the clubs infastructure and keep the manager whilst giving him a decent budget a club like Argyle should have then we can all get behind him.
Clearing the circus acts out of the Directors Box and appointing a credible Club President along with a proper CEO and Club secretary should keep Si busy for a while.

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