Gomes, Should he stay or should he go? Mk2

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Gomes in or out?

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Out
56
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Re: Gomes, Should he stay or should he go? Mk2

by Snowflake Royal » 05 Oct 2019 18:29

If Hughton is actually interested ditch Gomes now.

But I fear he can and will do better.

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by SCIAG » 05 Oct 2019 18:32

Snowflake Royal If Hughton is actually interested ditch Gomes now.

But I fear he can and will do better.

Agree. Same for Allegri.

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by Hound » 05 Oct 2019 18:33

SCIAG I think sacking the manager is both ineffective and not the sort of club I want us to be.

If we can get someone with a proven track record like Hughton or Hughes then that's one thing. But I suspect we'd just get another journeyman off the merry-go-round and be in the same position in 12 months. Stam was our chance to break the cycle but look what happened there.

Let's give someone a chance for once. Imagine if we'd sacked Coppell after that dreadful run in his second season?


That’s true of most clubs though. Doubt anyone wants to keep sacking managers - and personally was Stam in until it became untenable and likewise never called for Clarke, McD or Clement to go of the recent managers

With Gomes I just don’t think he’s the man. Terrible ppg now and I can’t see him turning it around. Nothing in his history suggests he will stay and evolve the club for the better

Obvs agree no point unless we’ve a proper experienced and solid manager lined up

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by AthleticoSpizz » 05 Oct 2019 18:34

SCIAG I think sacking the manager is both ineffective and not the sort of club I want us to be.

If we can get someone with a proven track record like Hughton or Hughes then that's one thing. But I suspect we'd just get another journeyman off the merry-go-round and be in the same position in 12 months. Stam was our chance to break the cycle but look what happened there.

Let's give someone a chance for once. Imagine if we'd sacked Coppell after that dreadful run in his second season?
this, let’s give Gomes that chance.

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Re: Gomes, Should he stay or should he go? Mk2

by royalp-we » 05 Oct 2019 18:51

Freefall. He isn’t turning this round. He’ll be gone after we get spanked by QPR on Sky.


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by BR0B0T » 05 Oct 2019 18:53

WoodleyRoyal Fans getting restless, should he go now? International break coming up....


OI!!!!!

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Re: Gomes, Should he stay or should he go? Mk2

by Denver Royal » 05 Oct 2019 18:54

Ascotexgunner Its time we had someone who isn't new to English football and management and instead have someone with a proven track record in this country. Ainsworth as second choice.

Actually, I don't think our experiences with Gomes should necessarily preclude us getting another foreign manager. (Providing he was the right manager, of course).
Last 3 title winning managers in Champ:
Benitez
Nuno
Farke
Now, obv there were reasons why each of them won, but they didn't really have a huge wealth of experience in the Champ.
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Re: Gomes, Should he stay or should he go? Mk2

by Snowflake Royal » 05 Oct 2019 18:54

I'm not one for sacking managers quickly, but you can't just stick for the sake of sticking.

There has to be a sign that the manager knows what they're doing.

Gomes record before coming here speaks for itself. He has good players, but has not structured his signings well and his tactics and team selection is proving poor.

The manager has to be part of the solution to get time. I think Gomes is part of the problem.

And regardless of what we want, poor results will mean he goes regardless of whether he looks like he might be capable of building something. We simply aren't a patient club anymore. Thanks to Stam.

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Re: Gomes, Should he stay or should he go? Mk2

by AthleticoSpizz » 05 Oct 2019 18:56

...and that’s the problem right there.


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Re: Gomes, Should he stay or should he go? Mk2

by Eaststandman » 05 Oct 2019 18:56

Gomes was a surprise appointment and he surprised everybody on the back of a less than spectacular personal history and track record, fair play!
Results and a lack of a worthwhile plan a, b or c indicate that he should not be surprised to receive his P45
CH would be a good, experienced alternative, he talks the talk, walks the walk and deserves the sort of loyalty and backing lesser lights have enjoyed!
Thanks, but Gomes out, sorry!

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by sandman » 05 Oct 2019 18:57

NewCorkSeth No ian Royal option? No vote then.


He'd be a good appointment because he knows it all.

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by NewCorkSeth » 05 Oct 2019 19:01

sandman
NewCorkSeth No ian Royal option? No vote then.


He'd be a good appointment because he knows it all.

What we would lose undressing room morale we would make up for in tactical astuteness. And he would make damn sure the players names were spelled correctly.

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by AthleticoSpizz » 05 Oct 2019 19:01

Eaststandman Gomes was a surprise appointment and he surprised everybody on the back of a less than spectacular personal history and track record, fair play!
Results and a lack of a worthwhile plan a, b or c indicate that he should not be surprised to receive his P45
CH would be a good, experienced alternative, he talks the talk, walks the walk and deserves the sort of loyalty and backing lesser lights have enjoyed!
Thanks, but Gomes out, sorry!
CH, yes granted...but he’s been sacked time and time again,.

The last thing we need right now is a high £ high maintenance manager...although CH appears to be loyal to his employers....some of the other names bandied about here are definitely not. Bring back McGee :wink:


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by AthleticoSpizz » 05 Oct 2019 19:02

sandman
NewCorkSeth No ian Royal option? No vote then.


He'd be a good appointment because he knows it all.
:lol:

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Re: Gomes, Should he stay or should he go? Mk2

by krapmle » 05 Oct 2019 19:05

of course he should go. There isn't a single indicator that this is going to improve. Out now before he puts the existence of the club at risk.
Decent guy, well intended but its all way above his skill set.

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Re: Gomes, Should he stay or should he go? Mk2

by AthleticoSpizz » 05 Oct 2019 19:08

Jeez...let us join the Leeds and Sunderlands of this footballing existence

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Re: Gomes, Should he stay or should he go? Mk2

by Snowflake Royal » 05 Oct 2019 19:10

AthleticoSpizz ...and that’s the problem right there.

Not in the case of Gomes, seeing as he actually deserves to go and doesn't look like he could build a sandcastle.

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by Snowflake Royal » 05 Oct 2019 19:12

sandman
NewCorkSeth No ian Royal option? No vote then.


He'd be a good appointment because he knows it all.

I couldn't do much worse than one point in six games.

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by AthleticoSpizz » 05 Oct 2019 19:13

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AthleticoSpizz ...and that’s the problem right there.

Not in the case of Gomes, seeing as he actually deserves to go and doesn't look like he could build a sandcastle.

“deserves to go” ?

Anyways...you’ve got my vote already :wink:

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by Snowflake Royal » 05 Oct 2019 19:15

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AthleticoSpizz ...and that’s the problem right there.

Not in the case of Gomes, seeing as he actually deserves to go and doesn't look like he could build a sandcastle.

“deserves to go” ?

Anyways...you’ve got my vote already :wink:

Take a quick look at the results in the last six games. Then the last 30 odd.

Any manager would expect to get sacked with that record. And we're getting worse not better.

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