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daly
04-01-2014, 10:34 PM
Poor Mr Lambert the manager who thought the grass was greener on the other side.
Fans really uptight over Lambert
Worst football played for years
Another manager who will be joining the dole queue.
PS Sold out the fans again today in the Cup as he did here

Laurie
05-01-2014, 09:36 AM
Poor Mr Lambert the manager who thought the grass was greener on the other side.
Fans really uptight over Lambert
Worst football played for years
Another manager who will be joining the dole queue.
PS Sold out the fans again today in the Cup as he did here
The thing is Daly He Played a strong side,but reading the comments on Villa Mad, they play with about as much idea as us.
This raises the question about the FA Cup again, and IMO the whole competition has been devalued, I doubt there is a prem manager who gives a s**t about it.
City's pricing for yesterdays game would support this, same price as a friendly.

BeeKjay
05-01-2014, 03:23 PM
Hahaha! You just gotta laugh.

If you left out thes of the managers, you could transpose our comments on here with those on the Villa and Spammers' boards.
There's even one Villa fan who reckons that Lambert has no plan B! Now where have I heard that before?

There are those NCFC fans of course who would have Lambo back here in a flash, as he only plays attacking football and is a much better manager than Hoots. Really?

If we sack Hoots, Villa sack Lambo and Spammers sack big fat Sam - then what?
There would be eight of the bottom clubs with new managers, if you include the incoming bloke at WBA.
Where are all these fantastic team-style changing, fan-pleasing replacements coming from?

Poyet sounds ready to top himself at Sunderland, Pullis is facing a losing battle at Palace and are Stoke any better with Hughes in charge instead of him?
Fulham still look poor and it's early days yet for Ole at Cardiff, although he's obviously the new Messiah because he brought on two first-te