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The definative Hodgson poll.

Should Roy be replaced with immediate effect?  

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  1. 1. Should Roy be replaced with immediate effect?

    • Yes
      348
    • No
      20


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Does anyone have access to John Henry on Twitter?

 

 

If they do,tell him the quicker the get rid of Hodgson,the quicker they'll get a return on their £300m investment,because make no mistake the longer Hodgson here, the longer the Club will take to recover.

 

I'm well and truly over Rafa,but to all the stupid,clueless cunts who hounded him out,go and give yourselves a massive pat on the back for helping Purslow appoint Hodgson.

 

Why is it that anything above finishing 7th is a achievement?

 

Why is Rafa's worst season the bench mark to judge Hodgson?

 

BTW the mood I'm in, I'm revved up for the usual shite from Juan Galonso!!!!!!

 

No, its small time and fucking stupid to do so.

 

Absoultely shocking post from top to bottom.

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Does anyone have access to John Henry on Twitter?

 

 

If they do,tell him the quicker the get rid of Hodgson,the quicker they'll get a return on their £300m investment,because make no mistake the longer Hodgson here, the longer the Club will take to recover.

 

I'm well and truly over Rafa,but to all the stupid,clueless cunts who hounded him out,go and give yourselves a massive pat on the back for helping Purslow appoint Hodgson.

 

Why is it that anything above finishing 7th is a achievement?

 

Why is Rafa's worst season the bench mark to judge Hodgson?

 

BTW the mood I'm in, I'm revved up for the usual shite from Juan Galonso!!!!!!

 

Yes, anyone does have access to John Henry on twitter. Don't contact him though, it pathetic and embarrassing...unless you're going to invite him to your place in upstate NY.

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Wake up, unless this club does something shortly we will lose this year and next. I realise that there are few managers available but I'm sure Ancelloti would love to be here asap aand Hiddink also, I was never in favour of the Kenny appointment but as Caretaker I would now say yes. Hopefully the only delay is that those clever people at NESV are working at this behind the scenes (obviously the Ancelloti scenario is a little complicated).

 

 

If that is not the case then I despair.

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Yes, anyone does have access to John Henry on twitter. Don't contact him though, it pathetic and embarrassing...unless you're going to invite him to your place in upstate NY.

Get to bed and put on ye strap on,ye fuckin Blert!

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Get to bed and put on ye strap on,ye fuckin Blert!

 

Cheers mate, I've been waiting for that catch phrase.

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