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27 October 2015 19:04 Post ID: #557967
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Been thinking for a while that the continuing antics of the twat in charge of the Kings Road Strollers are aimed at one thing only - to get himself sacked (again).

He is someone who is seriously addicted to winning - but not when the going is really tough, rather when he has prize players bought for him and solid teams pretty much in place when he joins. When things start to go t*ts up I don't think he has the stomach (or genuine coaching ability) for a real fight. I believe that once the easy days are over and the novelty of his regime starts to grate on the players, once the results start to go south I think he starts to look for an exit so he gets the massive pay off and can walk away being able to say "look at what I won there" in the knowledge that if things pick up after he has left he can say it was based on his team or if things continue to falter he will say "I could have turned things around but they got rid of me too early".

So the question I have is......

Is he trying to get Abramovich to sack him a second time?
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28 October 2015 07:49 Post ID: #557978 - in reply to #557967
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He was more or less daring him to sack him in one of his post match interviews a couple of weeks back.
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28 October 2015 13:26 Post ID: #558010 - in reply to #557978
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It was during that spectactular 7 minute answer to one question rant following the Saints game at home.
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