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  1. No. But he needs to realise quicker in game situations when things are working
  2. Massively worrying that Dodds has persisted with the same formation again for another 90mins. We have conceded 5 goals against L1/2 clubs in 2 games and couldn't keep the ball against Cove. We were so wide open. Felt sorry for the central midfielders chasing shadows
  3. Both players had 2 spells at the club but have changed roles/positions on their return so I will only make comment on their most recent season with us. Both are players who I would have been happy to see stay but also not that fussed they are gone. Both squad players for us. Storey started more games last season but while dangerous due to his pace and strength often makes the wrong decisions whilst attacking. I think in Scotland, players have worked out how to play against him and his is often ineffective. Perhaps a new league will suit him and he can catch defenders of
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  5. However he has left with Livi's goalkeeping coach. Can't see Esson being punted. Rumours Fox/Caig will join Hearts coaching staff
  6. This would fit the profile and has the links to Robbo/Hearts/Gardiner.
  7. Sorry I should have clearer. Reading between the lines he was hinting that the new 'head coach' will be inexperienced/cheap option. Several times he mentioned it could be... An assistant manager who is ready to step up, or promising coach with potential and the board would be thinking outside the box etc etc.
  8. So in summary... - Inexperienced head coach incoming with potential. - Relaying of pitch. - Concerts lined up. - Fans forum for dialogue with board. - ICTV to be part of season ticket package. - McCann was offered job and declined. Probably missed a few bits, I'm sure someone will fill in the gaps.
  9. Slightly concerned about this. If the club had mentioned this previously as a direction they wanted to go down then I would fine with the appointment. However, if it's just a case of creating a role for someone at the clubs expense then that is unacceptable. Most clubs pursue a sporting director (dof) as a long term strategic plan so if a manager leaves there is no upheaval and the same transfer policy/ scouting system/ youth progression etc continues and only the coaching/selection of players changes with the manager. If this is what Gardiner has been looking at then fine.
  10. Yup. Difficult position to be in. They both represented the club well and I wish them well on their next job unless it's against us in any form.
  11. I think that's harsh on Robbo. We had a massive lay off due to call off then constant games. I think the players bodies adapting to the change in schedule (firstly getting up to match fitness/sharpness then dealing with the fatigue due to lack of fitness meant it was a slow start). I do believe this team would have been in roughly the same place if Robbo was in charge. Just my opinion but I feel the fixture circumstances were more influential to our form than the management team. I would be happy with either manager next year but would have a preference for Robbo.
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