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Thread: Simple question- should Mackinnon go ?

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    Simple question- should Mackinnon go ?

    I'll start - yes F off immediately.

  2. #2
    Undecided but patience wearing thin.

  3. #3
    Fk off. Minter

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    Quote Originally Posted by An old shed boy View Post
    I'll start - yes F off immediately.
    Yes, he definitely should go, go and read up on attack is the best form of defense!

    Now, be a good fellow and trot on!

  5. #5
    It is horrible where club is right now.

    Recruitment and selection ray has done well most of time. The motivating of the team seems to sometimes fall flat. Yesterday big game and they were absent.

    I don't think we have much choice but to give Ray time and I think we should back him and team

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    Should've went last season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arab81 View Post
    Should've went last season.
    Correct

    He's hopeless

  8. #8
    Yes 100%, completely out his depth

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    Not now, no. If we don't get promoted this season then yes, it's as stark as that for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TerryTheTerror View Post
    Not now, no. If we don't get promoted this season then yes, it's as stark as that for me.

    Presumably this is not a stay of execution until the end of the season, but until such time as things start to get very doubtful, e.g. our league position versus other teams, results, etc?

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    Wouldn't give him till end of season , we simply cannot afford to , he needs to have a rethink as to our approach to games in this league , needs to wise up soon or he will find himself out of a job , this is his team there are no excuses

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    Other challenging teams are picking up momentum which will boost their confidence and deliver results. Our style of play cannot breed confidence in the players. It can only produce crap. Confidence rather than crap will win this league!

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    We haven't impressed in one game so far this season. Could easily have lost our first 3 league games before yesterday. The same as last season boring football with players who could do so much better with a more positive manager. Next month is big for us and if things don't improve then he should go.

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    We scraped 3rd with Hibs in the league.
    I'm sorry to say, I see nothing to suggest we will finish higher.....the way we are playing.
    I'm prepared to wait a few games to see if things improve.
    Performances MUST get better....and quick.
    Feck knows what is going on off the park, but the players arent buying into the managers 'philosophy'......that usually leads to a parting of the ways.
    He must find a pair, and get the players to buy in, or he will be gone.
    We cant afford to NOT win the league....so we cant affoird to wait until seasons end.

  15. #15
    Can't argue with any of that Deebuster

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    This result, in a vacuum shouldn't get him sacked, but if for the next month, performances and results don't improve, then yes we should cut bait before things get out of hand. A good manager would win this league at a canter with the players we have, and should really be doing it with some style.

    I was encouraged to renew my season ticket by our summer business, I felt at the time and still do, that the players we brought in are a massive upgrade on last season, but it's taken all of 3 games to remind why I wanted to jack it last season. I was pussy seek watching the sh1te McKinnon continued to serve up, week in, week out, and it looks like nothings changed in that regard. Brechin last week sent the alarm bells ringing in my head once again, I don't care what people say about it ultimately being the 3 points that counts. In no scenario should Dundee United be struggling at home against Brechin phucking City, who were well worthy of a point, perhaps three.

    1 bad loss isn't enough to get him sacked, but it's clear as day already, that even with a squad that on paper, should win this league with impunity, McKinnon's gonna make a meal of it.

    Thompson should right now be preparing for a scenario in which we're rapidly losing ground on those at the top of the league, so that we're not caught with our dick in our hands should this situation arise.

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    Just read McKinnons comments after game yesterday ,quote , I didn't see that performance coming , has he watching our games so far with his eyes shut ??? .
    Scary stuff , we haven't played well in any league game so far.

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    Have gleaned the multifarious threads re Ray coming or going & Xmas is the earliest time for any decision on his future.
    If performances (more than results even) by his (still brand new remember) XI haven't improved after we've played the other 9 teams home & away then there will be a decision to be made.

  19. #19
    If results are consistently poor (aligned with the current level of performance) there is no danger he will see out a further 14 games.

  20. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by ianharab View Post
    Just read McKinnons comments after game yesterday ,quote , I didn't see that performance coming , has he watching our games so far with his eyes shut ??? .
    Scary stuff , we haven't played well in any league game so far.
    I read these comments also. Unbelievable if true. A clear cut case of blindness or denial. Despite having won our first three games and sitting top of the league, no one was surprised to see us humped by St. Mirren. Contrastingly no one was surprised to see St. Johnstone get a draw just a few miles away at Parkhead.

    No more procrastinating. Thompson must go. If he remains at the helm our club is doomed.

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