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Thread: Cooper was a failure just like Fullerton

  1. #31
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    re: Cooper was a failure just like Fullerton

    Quote Originally Posted by JUDGEWOMAN
    Who keeps employing these sh*t managers though Judgey? It ain't the fans.

    And fans were willing to give Cooper more of a chance than Fullarton because he wasn't an inexperienced, arrogant *rsehole, that's not rocket science is it? He also didn't come out with absolute rubbish after every game, he didn't patronise the fans and he didn't refuse to play our best player and tell us a load of cr*p about why he wasn't playing him.

    Jamie Fullarton is without a doubt the worst manager we have ever had.
    I knew it would not take long for the very fans I am getting at to yes take a look at yourself. You are saying Cotterill was Crap well his win ratio was over 70%. Curle's was over 44% and better than Sirrell or Warnock and Fullerton has 3 wins out of his first 5 games giving 66% before you and your fr

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    re: Cooper was a failure just like Fullerton

    Quote Originally Posted by upthemaggies
    As I said earlier ask the players that is what I have done and they performed for Moniz and would have done given the chance under Fullerton. He won three away games in a row and at the Lane was not made welcome by those so called Fans they are the facts!
    if you're going to quote facts get them right! He did not win 3 away games in a row as he "managed" a woeful performance to lose to the worst team in the league in between

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    re: Cooper was a failure just like Fullerton

    I won't slag coops off as was he allowed to bring any of his own players in the answer no. coops was always on a mission impossible even mourino or ranieri wouldn't have got our shower of shyte to perform as it's fullerfecking****e who totally destroyed the players confidence which was always to make the next manager have no fecking prayer to do anything with the players. Coops should have been taken on back on sunday 10th janusry not fullerfecking****e then we might have not been so bad off in the end and with his own players in we could have made the play offs but we will never know as it was wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy yyy tooooooooooooooooooooooooooo late to get us performing well when he was only taken on in the holy week aka the week leading up to good friday.

  4. #34

    re: Cooper was a failure just like Fullerton

    There is definitely at least one interested buyer for Notts who has a manager ready to come in. he wasn't available until the summer anyhow, Cooper was ready to walk weeks ago and never had any intention to take the job on as nobody would talk to him. Cooper may not have been the answer to our problems but the problems are far more complicated than just football at the moment. We need the new owner in this week, with their manager and a complete clear out, keep Loach, Sarprong, Thompson, Burke, Milsom, Gibson and Stead and that's it

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    re: Cooper was a failure just like Fullerton

    Rays big problem this season stems from the fact he sacked Moniz,after saying he had got his Mojo back,he should have stuck with him.Cooper and Fullarton never had a chance in the short time they had,with a completely different footballing philosophy,and the players at hand.

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    re: Cooper was a failure just like Fullerton

    To sum this thread up, Fullarton was abysmal, Cooper was a bit less abysmal than Fullarton and Moniz was a tiny bit less abysmal than Cooper. Other than that, it was all the fans fault that we were terrible this season.

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    re: Cooper was a failure just like Fullerton

    Moniz was a lot better than both of them when you consider how well he had us playing at home, even against the top sides in the division we controlled and dominated games and we beat Huddersfield away from home and outplayed Aston Villa away from home (though it turned out they were actually just woeful). Mansfield at Meadow Lane and Salford away were pretty big blemishes on his record but he still gave us a lot more than his replacements and the points he earned kept us in the football league.

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    re: Cooper was a failure just like Fullerton

    Quote Originally Posted by BigFatPie
    To sum this thread up, Fullarton was abysmal, Cooper was a bit less abysmal than Fullarton and Moniz was a tiny bit less abysmal than Cooper. Other than that, it was all the fans fault that we were terrible this season.
    I really can't understand how the fans were tolerated especially this season. Absolutely awful the way they believed the statement promotion would come at the first attempt and a new assault on the Championship was on its way in their new state of appeasement. By Xmas they should have all been paid off and banned from the ground for the remaining term of the existing owners.

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    re: Cooper was a failure just like Fullerton

    This myth about Moniz would be funny if it wasn't so tragic & misplaced!

    He was a bungling idiot who could not organise a team to save his life. He consistently selected cr@p players, regularly played people out of position - Stead almost permanently, changed the defence more often than he changed his underwear & couldn't buy an away win for almost 5 months! He was useless.

    Forget Salford & Mansfield. What about struggling to beat garbage like York & Yeovil and the dreadful Christmas display against Morecambe, amongst others? He got lucky in a couple of free scoring games but Newport nearly scraped a draw because Moniz's teams had no idea how to defend, we looked vulnerable every time the opposition attacked. We mugged Portsmouth, who played us off the park! That was his most triumphant moment in my view. As for signing tripe like Jenner, Swerts, Sprockel, De Silva & others - the mind boggles. The only decent thing he did was get rid of useless rubbish like Adams & Bennett on l

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    re: Cooper was a failure just like Fullerton

    [quote="itsJoshMeOwd"]Coopers record Played 10 won 3 Drew 2 Lost 5 Goals For 7 against 21

    Fullerton's record PLayed 12 Won 3 drew 1 lost 8 Goals for 10 against 18

    Take into account that many Notts fans never gave Fullerton a chance even after a win ratio of 66% after his first few games and getting our first away win at Crawley since the win at Stevenage on the opening day. You lot were down his throat at every home game telling him to get out of our Club but no you didn't do that against Cooper and Why?
    Cooper could not motivate himself let alone a team and players rated Fullerton as a coach far better that Cooper.
    Cooper failed to meet a target of points that any decent manager would have achieved with basically most of the players that Moniz played and managed to get better results from than both Cooper and Fullerton.

    So many Notts fans need to look at themselves before having a go at the trews as those

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