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Thread: Adeyemi preliminary talks

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    Adeyemi preliminary talks

    Warne and Adeyemi are due to meet today.

    http://itsmillerstime.co.uk/paul-war...ontract-offer/

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    '...not like a manager to a player, more like a mate-to-mate...'. You are the manager, Warney, you're not their 'mate'. Isn't it about time you injected some authority into dealings with players. They need to learn some respect, no doubt the first thing they do is sit down and tell you the latest from Brin's Friday night joke session. The whole club's a joke. Get it back on track, get it running professionally, not like the Red Lion women's team - although they might be able to teach us a thing or two.

    Sorry, frustration get's the better of me sometimes.

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    I agree Leeds and I haven't even read the article

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    Quote Originally Posted by leedsmiller View Post
    '...not like a manager to a player, more like a mate-to-mate...'. You are the manager, Warney, you're not their 'mate'. Isn't it about time you injected some authority into dealings with players. They need to learn some respect, no doubt the first thing they do is sit down and tell you the latest from Brin's Friday night joke session. The whole club's a joke. Get it back on track, get it running professionally, not like the Red Lion women's team - although they might be able to teach us a thing or two.

    Sorry, frustration get's the better of me sometimes.
    My sentiments exactly Leeds.
    I'm getting heartily sick of this blokey, jokey, all jolly lads together stuff and it's high time Warne realised that you can't run with the fox and run with the hounds.
    He doesn't have to be a tyrant (he probably couldn't be anyway) but it's time he distanced himself from the players and started acting like the manager of a professional football club.
    If he doesn't, I fear he'll be gone before Christmas.

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    Agree, it's hard to get motivated enough to read any of his articles and it's worse when he spouts the usual nonsense on IPlayer.

    We must surely get a win at home to a much weakened Ipswich side?

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    I can't believe they are still having the end of season awards dinner.

    No player in this sorry excuse of a season deserves any sort of recognition.

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    What about a club holiday for the players. Well deserved

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    Quote Originally Posted by a123 View Post
    I can't believe they are still having the end of season awards dinner.

    No player in this sorry excuse of a season deserves any sort of recognition.
    Is there an award for the worlds worst ever caretaker manager? If so I have a nomination.

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    Birmingham WAS the game to win and we SNATCHED a late equaliser.

    The "Poster Boy" on front of our season ticket renewal form should have buried a late winner but unfortunately he showed his obviously low technical ability. But alas someone seems to see something in him.....for me he shows nothing like a young enthusiastic - athletic - pro should !

    However......Warnsey's matey talk is typical of his unsuitability as manager. EVO would SELL the club and bludgeon players into stopping / signing for us.

    PW's lacklustre attitude can only take us down a knotch or two because the manager has to "BELIEVE".......and believe aggressively OR HOW CAN THE PLAYERS....?

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    Quote Originally Posted by a123 View Post
    I can't believe they are still having the end of season awards dinner.

    No player in this sorry excuse of a season deserves any sort of recognition.
    It needs to be held though so we can ask a few how they sleep at night......

    Can't wait til they announce the player of the year award...can't see anyone stepping forward to take it .... can you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by a123 View Post
    I can't believe they are still having the end of season awards dinner.

    No player in this sorry excuse of a season deserves any sort of recognition.
    It needs to be held though so we can ask a few how they sleep at night......

    Can't wait til they announce the player of the year award...can't see anyone stepping forward to take it .... can you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brin View Post
    It needs to be held though so we can ask a few how they sleep at night......

    Can't wait til they announce the player of the year award...can't see anyone stepping forward to take it .... can you?
    Give it to Dex he seems to have more front than Blackpool!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by a123 View Post
    I can't believe they are still having the end of season awards dinner.

    No player in this sorry excuse of a season deserves any sort of recognition.
    They don't even deserve dinner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by a123 View Post
    I can't believe they are still having the end of season awards dinner.
    But there's numerous awards to collect, worst team in the country 2016/17, worst team in the history of the Championship, worst ever Rotherham United team, most defeats in a Football League season, worst away record in history, worst Rotherham United managerial record, least wins in a season, first team to concede 100 goals...

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    Quote Originally Posted by leedsmiller View Post
    But there's numerous awards to collect, worst team in the country 2016/17, worst team in the history of the Championship, worst ever Rotherham United team, most defeats in a Football League season, worst away record in history, worst Rotherham United managerial record, least wins in a season, first team to concede 100 goals...
    And on another bright note, if we had started the seaon on -17 we would have only just got our first point

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    Where are those planning application drawings for our new academy - that would bring a smile to some fans.....

    I've got my fantasy visualisation sketched already - an extension to the existing building - stretching down over the extensive Porto-cabin "complex" to about the end of the car-park.

    Mostly glazed facade overlooking the football pitches and beautiful reception open to the car park area.

    Offices for admin' to be open plan overlooking the car park and pitches and managers office ( with balcony ) overlooking the first team pitch.

    Gym & physiotherapy - sauna - steam room etc to only face pitches due to nosey bar stewards who stalk players...lol

    Looks lovely......

    Present those plan at that dinner - that get a ripple of applause I'm sure....

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    The club don't have anything to do with the existing brick built building.

    That is owned and used by the golf club, bowls club, Parkgate FC etc.

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    Cant understand some of you lot on here you didnt want a manager that didnt wave,and you dont want a manager that does wave,so what the phuk do you want???? what do you think IBJ.

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    I want a manager that can walk up to any manager in the world at the start of the game and give him a hand shake and a wry wink......and make the other guy wonder what he's got up his sleeve !

    A manager who has studied the football version of "The Art of War" and knows what he's on about.....

    I'm ready to go to war for Rotherham United.....I want a manager and his team to do the same - but while being tactically astute !

    That's all...lol

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