Tims drop 2 points - all comments in here

LenzieLoyal

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Hardly a Eureka statement - tomorrow vital.

 

Walters80

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Some real rumblings of discontent by the looks of things.

- First Lennon drops Brown a few weeks back then today he has a wee sarcastic dig at him on live radio.

- Mcgregor gives an interview after the Sparta game and admits the players don't have a clue what the managers tactics are.

- Edouard who is their best player not starting games in favour of his own flop signing Ajeti.

- A £5m keeper pretty much discarded after a few games.

- A £2m signing in Soro who's played about 10 minutes of first team football in 10 months.

The Knewcamp is definitely a powederkeg waiting to explode.
 

remembertheepoch

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Some real rumblings of discontent by the looks of things.

- First Lennon drops Brown a few weeks back then today he has a wee sarcastic dig at him on live radio.

- Mcgregor gives an interview after the Sparta game and admits the players don't have a clue what the managers tactics are.

- Edouard who is their best player not starting games in favour of his own flop signing Ajeti.

- A £5m keeper pretty much discarded after a few games.

- A £2m signing in Soro who's played about 10 minutes of first team football in 10 months.

The Knewcamp is definitely a powederkeg waiting to explode by the looks of things right now.

Paying a defender 45k to sit on the bench
 

baystatebear

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When you're already behind as the yahoos are, the psychological pressure not to concede further and not drop additional points, becomes more and more intense. As the season moves on and the necessity to win all their games now becomes a mathematical reality, it heaps all kinds of psychological pressure on them which I doubt they or their manager will be able handle.
 

Strathbungo Bear

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Thanks for sharing. Lennon is broken. I hope they do just enough between now and the New Year game to avoid him getting the sack. They are a big club with lots of money, football is just a business they have the resources to recruit a much better manager. The longer they delay sacking Lennon the less time the new manager will have to turn things around. #Lennymuststay
 

cooprfc

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its the kinda ‘soft’ pen we have gladly been taking advantage from this season, it’s the rules

worry about us and we will be just fine this season

It's not the rules mate. If the hand doesn't make the silhouette of the body bigger then not a penalty.
 

chucknorris

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Watched it and they were shit. Still annoyed they got a point as they really didn't deserve it and the equaliser was infuriating
 

tomvallance1983

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Would be pretty interesting to see how they approached a replacement. They went full pelt for Rodgers at the time which apparently was a GIRFUY to our board after our celebrations in front of dirty Desmond after the cup semi final

Changed times though, no champions league income, coronavirus impact is massive, and a "top class" replacement will A) command a significant fee, and B) want assurances of funds being made available in January. There are few managers out of reach if they are prepared to pay for them - that's the biggest stumbling block for them. Pony up top money and you'll get someone reputable in, but if the cash is an issue then they're fucked.

Alternatives would be the likes of Alex Neil, or Dumbert, although they'd still have to buy out Neil's contract so who knows if they'd go for it.

Absolute shit show for them and long may it continue
Even if they had the money to get a Rodgers type replacement, who could they get mid season?

lennon knows the spl, any other manager unless given a fortune to spend, will need time to settle
 

Atheist Bear

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Not the best climate for any club to be hiring and firing managers anyway they are losing something like £400k a week during this pandemic the last thing they want is to be paying hefty pay offs to a management team then hefty payments to employ a new one and that manager will want his own players in
And who's going to even want the job? The hassle of meeting players, moving to Scotland, isn't exactly easy during a pandemic.
 

SasaPapacLoyal54

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I’m genuinely surprised they are turning on him so quickly. It’s only 5 points in the grand scheme. They must be totally desperate for this mythical ten. Personally I’m hoping he stays. The longer he is in charge the better it improves our chances imo. Every team seems to get a new manager bounce, and I think they have the personnel to handle the majority of the SPL with ease. Even a half decent manager could get them back on track.

I think it’s important to keep in mind the majority of the scuddings they’ve taken have been in Europe not domestically. Rescuing a point today could well give them a lift, given the way the game played out. This league isn’t done yet, so we need to make sure of the win tomorrow to keep the pressure on and maintain our distance from them.
They are so self entitled it isn't true. First bit of bad form and they are all going ape shit.

They simply wouldn't be able to handle what we have in the past decade.
 

Fife flyer

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I wouldn't worry about Clarke, his tactics would cause uproar and he's not capable of a job of that size.
I don't think they would lose many games under Clarke but they would draw loads and the football would turn most of their fans off. Europe would be a disaster too
 
We just need to keep winning and pile pressure on them. They have an easy run of fixtures until they come to Ibrox but if they dropped anythibg more before then, Lennon is gone.
 

DaveL

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A convincing win for us tomorrow is another nail in their coffin.
Psychologically it will be in their head that they can't afford any more slip ups, they don't seem to be able to stop teams scoring against them, more than one as well.
Gordon Strachan could be seeing this season out in charge of them at this rate.
 

The Iceman

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By all accounts once again he was the Vermins Twelfth man.

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As already mentioned he is the reason they got a point today.

I watched the second half , a penalty out of nothing and a free kick retaken because they mucked the first one up. They scored off that.

The correct decision was a free kick against Duffy.

Playing into five minutes added time for what?.
 
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