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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-02-26, 8:26 am

Yes the chants have slowly started on social media, I could scream at times.

We hire a manager, don't give him the funds to strengthen, watch him try and deal with a crippling injury list and when he somehow keeps us in touch of safety some decide we should sack him and bring in ??????????????

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Post  barrowmackem on 2017-02-26, 8:50 am

could not agree more Syd, sacking Moyes is deffo not the answer this time.

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Post  Kipper on 2017-02-26, 9:00 am

agree 100% and need to break that cycle
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Post  Mackemneil on 2017-02-26, 9:42 am

Agree, we should only sack him after we have won the Premiership
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Post  Hieronymus on 2017-02-26, 9:43 am

Mackemneil wrote:Agree, we should only sack him after we have won the Premiership
lol! lol! lol!

But agree that sacking Moyes is not the answer.
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Post  oldblackcat on 2017-02-26, 10:17 am

Yeah sack the manager.....that solves everything dosen't it??? 

 Fans complain about no stability at the club, a high turnover of players and lack of money, but aren't willing to give someone the time to change things around Evil or Very Mad

Like it or not (and it's true)...with the horrendous injury list we've had this season and lack of money to buy players Moyes has done well to keep us in touch with the rest of the pack at the bottom of the table.....
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Post  silvers on 2017-02-26, 10:49 am

I think Moyes has been badly let down.

He's an honourable man so will see the season out...

Thereafter, will he actually WANT to stay ?

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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-02-26, 10:52 am

silvers wrote:I think Moyes has been badly let down.

He's an honourable man so will see the season out...

Thereafter, will he actually WANT to stay ?
Yes because he is an honorable man

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Post  talcnturnip on 2017-02-26, 12:42 pm

Agree with the comments so far what do people expect from a terrible squad and an owner who doesn't back HIS man.

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Post  sunderpitt on 2017-02-26, 2:49 pm

cyprussyd wrote:Yes the chants have slowly started on social media, I could scream at times.

We hire a manager, don't give him the funds to strengthen, watch him try and deal with a crippling injury list and when he somehow keeps us in touch of safety some decide we should sack him and bring in ??????????????

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Post  gil t azell on 2017-02-26, 7:39 pm

I would prefer the "Moysy out" brigade to go and support another team.

I also think the sensible supporters amongst us dont agree with them.

Ellis hasnt given the backing  he should have got although I do accept some of Moysys signings havent exactly set the world alight as yet.
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Post  Nostalgic on 2017-02-27, 6:37 am

It is his own fault for being so miserable//ginger/Scottish/honest/ex-Everton/ex-ManUtd/exhale/inhale/teetotal/gay/straight/ and most other things that those on social media consider to be uncool.

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