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PostSubject: Re: Blackpool FC v Plymouth Argyle   Sun Dec 31, 2017 11:15 am

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Innocent Egbunike wrote:
beesrus wrote:
I must say the team I saw play against Oldham didn't look like a team doomed to relegation, and they even attacked a fair bit. Taylor up front has clearly given the team a balance it sorely needed, and Diagouraga gives a strength missing before.
Adams must be pleased, but when will he learn NOT to sit back too much  ?
Probably never. How frustrating for those present Home Park squirrels and motorway addicts.
A shame Adams is now safe from the chop, as I really believe still, an Adams departure would have hastened the end of Brent, and that is where the future of a decent club lies.


I don’t know how you figure an Adams departure will also hasten Brent’s departure. See it as having no bearing at all. The only way Brent leaves is when he can cash in at huge profit and he won’t care where we are in the league to do it.



It was very clear when Argyle were in the doldrums who the majority of supporters blamed for the slump-it was Adams bad,unbalanced signings or tactics and not the limited financing behind them. I vaguely see what he means and maybe if another manager [especially one with a decent record behind him] was brought in and failed then people would start asking questions about the upper levels of club management,particularly if it went hand in hand with zero progress in the proposed developments off the field. A long shot though IMHO-more likely is the scenario that Adams would get the blame and the next manager would be exonerated by having to clear up a previous manager mess.Anyway,this is certainly one tree dwelling apologist who doesn't want to see Adams departure-doing a pretty good job under less than favourable circumstances and good tidings to him even if only in the name of justice.

That's exactly as I see it Skinny. All the Brentphiles are using our current form as vindication of an acceptable budget whilst ignoring the fact we don't have a good squad, lose Carey, TOUMS and Taylor and we will be bottom of the league in no time, barring Jervis (who is good not brilliant) we have feck all on the bench of equal quality, you need a squad at this level and we haven't even got one now.
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PostSubject: Re: Blackpool FC v Plymouth Argyle   Sun Dec 31, 2017 11:18 am

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Innocent Egbunike wrote:
See it as a good point. Listening not watching but we got 2 quick goals against the run. The world and his wife know that 2-0 is a precarious scoreline and Blackpool got back in it quickly. Sounded like we were lucky not to concede two penalties so a draw no disaster.

Should have a good chance of 2 wins in the next 2 games.

I can’t ever view a 2-2 draw when you’re 2-0 up at half time as a good point. It was 2 points dropped, not a point gained

And those two points make the difference between 15th and 20th place huge amount of breathing space lost. Before the game I think we would have all taken an away point as a good point, throwing away a two goal lead from not marking a corner again is a real kick in the bollocks.
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PostSubject: Re: Blackpool FC v Plymouth Argyle   Sun Dec 31, 2017 11:38 am

Innocent Egbunike wrote:
beesrus wrote:
I must say the team I saw play against Oldham didn't look like a team doomed to relegation, and they even attacked a fair bit. Taylor up front has clearly given the team a balance it sorely needed, and Diagouraga gives a strength missing before.
Adams must be pleased, but when will he learn NOT to sit back too much  ?
Probably never. How frustrating for those present Home Park squirrels and motorway addicts.
A shame Adams is now safe from the chop, as I really believe still, an Adams departure would have hastened the end of Brent, and that is where the future of a decent club lies.


I don’t know how you figure an Adams departure will also hasten Brent’s departure. See it as having no bearing at all. The only way Brent leaves is when he can cash in at huge profit and he won’t care where we are in the league to do it.



Agreed. Brent will drop Argyle quicker than a rabbit gets fecked just as soon as his clusterfucks are built.
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PostSubject: Re: Blackpool FC v Plymouth Argyle   Sun Dec 31, 2017 12:38 pm

Greenskin wrote:
Innocent Egbunike wrote:
beesrus wrote:
I must say the team I saw play against Oldham didn't look like a team doomed to relegation, and they even attacked a fair bit. Taylor up front has clearly given the team a balance it sorely needed, and Diagouraga gives a strength missing before.
Adams must be pleased, but when will he learn NOT to sit back too much  ?
Probably never. How frustrating for those present Home Park squirrels and motorway addicts.
A shame Adams is now safe from the chop, as I really believe still, an Adams departure would have hastened the end of Brent, and that is where the future of a decent club lies.


I don’t know how you figure an Adams departure will also hasten Brent’s departure. See it as having no bearing at all. The only way Brent leaves is when he can cash in at huge profit and he won’t care where we are in the league to do it.



It was very clear when Argyle were in the doldrums who the majority of supporters blamed for the slump-it was Adams bad,unbalanced signings or tactics and not the limited financing behind them. I vaguely see what he means and maybe if another manager [especially one with a decent record behind him] was brought in and failed then people would start asking questions about the upper levels of club management,particularly if it went hand in hand with zero progress in the proposed developments off the field. A long shot though IMHO-more likely is the scenario that Adams would get the blame and the next manager would be exonerated by having to clear up a previous manager mess.Anyway,this is certainly one tree dwelling apologist who doesn't want to see Adams departure-doing a pretty good job under less than favourable circumstances and good tidings to him even if only in the name of justice.

Likewise. Very much pro-Adams.
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PostSubject: Re: Blackpool FC v Plymouth Argyle   Sun Dec 31, 2017 12:51 pm

Adams is doing a good job considering who he works for, changing the manager under the Brent Regime is pointless.
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