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Who's to blame?


Marka Ragnos
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Who's mostly to blame?  

64 members have voted

  1. 1. Who's mostly to blame for our current predicament?

    • The Players
      6
    • A Certain Former Manager (name below, please)
      2
    • Randy
      28
    • Timmy
      13
    • The Supporters (or lack)
      3
    • The Football Gods
      3
    • A Nasal Conspiracy
      2
    • The Premier League
      2
    • Historical Forces
      2
    • Other (name below, please)
      3


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Not really productive is it to run a poll in order to identify a scapegoat before one of the biggest matches in or recent history.

I dunno. Let's poll it, bra.

Meanwhile, I shall meditate and reflect upon my lack of productivity and your comment. 

OK, I've reflected. 

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I blame the ones that are the only ones to get us out of it.....The players

They need to man up.

It's interesting because if this poll had happened last year, I'm sure the players would get more blame. But with all the new blood, they seem less culpable somehow?

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I think the players have to take most of the blame. I know the tactics have been wrong at times, and the substitutes baffling, but the effort from the players is hardly inspiring and their sense of urgency is non existent. Look at the way Leicester's players reacted to going 2-0 down, they worked their b******s off, could any of you imagine our players doing that after going even a single goal behind?

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the ultimate blame is with the manager as he buys the players, the gamble in awye,gested,has not worked,sorry but the Premier League has no time,its a game at the end of the day & players are bought & paid to do their job,

the awye signing feels the worst as the cost of 10m compared to his brother fee (free) ,typical that one is scoreing & one is not

the goal keeping has been a thorn & were still suffering from it,

we were 1 point from the drop last year,from the evidence of the season so far the same wont be repeated this time around,

the blues will win tomorrow & the manager will "focus" on the league but poor players will be poor players

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Without even looking at results, I know the majority will blame Lerner. Obvious choice, since he picks the team, the transfer targets, the tactics, the formation, the run on squad, etc, etc

Laughable, really.

As with Lambert, we are performing less than the sum of the parts that make up our first team. That is only down to 1 person: The manager.

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Assuming that Tom Fox runs the show - then he is blame. He left it to late to sack Lambert, (Moyes and Pullis were available at one stage last season) - Then when he finally acts he takes the easiest option of appointing TS mainly because he was available. 

IMO he should have been more ruthless at the end of last season and got us a more experienced manager in (Very harsh on TS -but in the best interests of the club)

I really hope TS surprises me and it turns it round - because I wouldn't  trust Tom Fox to do much better next time....

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It's a bit early for panic button crisis and finger pointing isn't it?

 

Sort of agree - but when your loosing game after game - what are we actually waiting for ? - for us to loose six on the trott ?  - He deserves a little more time, but in reality its when not if - just depends how long TF and Randy dither.....

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I would think there's absolutely no chance whatsoever we'll be looking to change the manager this season. 

We haven't made a good start W2 D1 L4 is poor, and especially given who we've played - but it's hardly trigger time.

 

 

 

 

W2 ? - its won 1 isn't it ?

Things must be at a low eb - if we are including the notts co result !!!!

 

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Our last ten in the league reads - W3 D1 L6 - 10 points from 10, which is relegation form. 

I don't see enough in Sherwood to justify waiting around for him to possibly come good. I think the club needs to be bold and just get rid. 

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