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Poll: O'Neill's Last Transfer Window Chance?

Poll: O'Neill's Last Transfer Window Chance?

Our latest poll, suggested by Eltoro, asks:

Now that Laursen and Barry have both left, do you think this is MON's last chance in the transfer market, or would you prefer a manager with more flair in the transfer market, and before you get all upset this is a poll, not me calling for him to be sacked but with that being ever so slightly too long, I've narrowed it down to 'is this MON's last chance in the transfer market'.

Must admit, I'd have liked to have avoided this totally as the war or words can be quite bitter about managers and this sort of thing brings the accusation of negativity etc, but hey, it has been suggested and is a talking point I guess. I'd think more so at the end of the season IF we've not pushed on but lets see how it goes!

I for one expect him to get at least the full season, taking him to four in total and then I'm sure the club, the owners, the board and the manager... as well as the fans, will all have a clearer picture of just how far we are pushing on. The consolidation is done and dusted, there must be more to follow and I'm quite sure everyone from the tea lady upwards is fully aware of that fact.

(What I'm saying is if you are going to discuss this, keep it civil!)

Gulp... here we go!



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Writer:J P Fear
Date:Wednesday July 22 2009
Time: 1:09PM

Comments

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Sack the board, sack the board, sack the board. Sorry, im having flashbacks to 5 years ago
lurman
22/07/2009 13:19:00
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Sack the board, sack the board, sack the board. Sorry, im having flashbacks to 5 years ago
lurman
22/07/2009 13:19:00
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on a more serious note its irrelevant, cos randy aint gonna sack MON for merely not pushing on, we'd have to finish bottom half for him to even consider it
lurman
22/07/2009 13:20:00
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on a more serious note its irrelevant, cos randy aint gonna sack MON for merely not pushing on, we'd have to finish bottom half for him to even consider it
lurman
22/07/2009 13:20:00
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i dont think any villan in there right mind would want MON and while he has made mistakes and is not perfect his record suggests that he one of the best managers in the prem and i would not be at all supprised if we are trying to fight of man u to ratain his services when fergie leaves
Runtingz
22/07/2009 13:30:00
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i dont think any villan in there right mind would want MON and while he has made mistakes and is not perfect his record suggests that he one of the best managers in the prem and i would not be at all supprised if we are trying to fight of man u to ratain his services when fergie leaves
Runtingz
22/07/2009 13:30:00
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You're right lurman. Lerner and O'Neill are bosom buddies, and to be perfectly honest, I can't see Lerner ever sacking O'Neill. It'll be O'Neill who decides when he goes. Of course, if things are bad enough on the pitch for the VP faithful to turn on O'Neill, then he might be persuaded to go. So maybe a future poll question might be, How bad must things get before you turn on O'Neill? a) no prospect of CL football, b) finishing outside the top 6, c) failiure to secure European football, d) bottom half finish and no success in the cups, e) relegation.
Albarnista
22/07/2009 13:30:00
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You're right lurman. Lerner and O'Neill are bosom buddies, and to be perfectly honest, I can't see Lerner ever sacking O'Neill. It'll be O'Neill who decides when he goes. Of course, if things are bad enough on the pitch for the VP faithful to turn on O'Neill, then he might be persuaded to go. So maybe a future poll question might be, How bad must things get before you turn on O'Neill? a) no prospect of CL football, b) finishing outside the top 6, c) failiure to secure European football, d) bottom half finish and no success in the cups, e) relegation.
Albarnista
22/07/2009 13:30:00
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sorry would want MON out
Runtingz
22/07/2009 13:31:00
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sorry would want MON out
Runtingz
22/07/2009 13:31:00
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