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Think in Europe fans/ultras make the managers life a living hell, and probably increased pressure from board level too for coaches to resign.

 

Not the done thing in England. Not going to get fans outside training ground each day giving him dogs abuse, outside his house, calling him a c*** in Waitrose, spitting in his kebab meat chips.

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As much as I'd love for him to fall on his sword, not sure you can realistically expect him to do so. He no doubt genuinely believes he can turn things round, and if he fails why forfeit the potential pay-off of a couple of mil. Think most would do the same in his situation.

 

I think he knows he can't turn it around - that's why he sent the team out to not lose against Sheff United. He knows he's done, and he's hoping for his payout.

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As much as I'd love for him to fall on his sword, not sure you can realistically expect him to do so. He no doubt genuinely believes he can turn things round, and if he fails why forfeit the potential pay-off of a couple of mil. Think most would do the same in his situation.

 

Because he doesn't need that couple of mill at all. Its just greed at this point, he will get another job easily (thanks to us), and he's already set for his entire life. He's been more than ahppy to ditch clubs before, Hull for instance because he didn't get what he wanted. This is from that time:

 

Nevertheless, the 55-year-old – who was at the KC Stadium for four years, presiding over two promotions, an FA Cup final and a relegation – knows his stock is high and was reluctant to see it damaged by what appears an almost inevitable season of struggle.

Having been talked out of resigning by the board when Hull were relegated just over a year ago, Bruce threw everything into a successful promotion campaign but, with Allam Sr no longer involved in the day-to-day running of the club, and relations with Ehab steadily deteriorating, he felt increasingly out of the loop regarding takeover talks.

 

Lol

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I still can’t understand how a man involved in professional sport can be as fat as him. It’s a f***ing insult.

 

Rafa was canny fat as well like.

 

Rafa carried it completely differently.

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I still can’t understand how a man involved in professional sport can be as fat as him. It’s a f***ing insult.

 

Rafa was canny fat as well like.

 

Rafa's got a lovely personality though.

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I still can’t understand how a man involved in professional sport can be as fat as him. It’s a f***ing insult.

 

Rafa was canny fat as well like.

 

Rafa carried it completely differently.

 

I bet rafa likes chubby sex

 

 

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Rafa put on a bit of timber due to being sat watching endless hours of football videos in order to improve both him and us. Bruce puts on weight snaffling in troughs. There’s a difference in fatness.

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This c*** turned to dust yet?

  No he,s  not one to shirk a challenge, the last 18 months was just a blip,he,s going to need all that experience from his 400 pl matches to turn it around & shut every fucker up

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As much as I'd love for him to fall on his sword, not sure you can realistically expect him to do so. He no doubt genuinely believes he can turn things round, and if he fails why forfeit the potential pay-off of a couple of mil. Think most would do the same in his situation.

 

Because he doesn't need that couple of mill at all. Its just greed at this point, he will get another job easily (thanks to us), and he's already set for his entire life. He's been more than ahppy to ditch clubs before, Hull for instance because he didn't get what he wanted. This is from that time:

 

Nevertheless, the 55-year-old – who was at the KC Stadium for four years, presiding over two promotions, an FA Cup final and a relegation – knows his stock is high and was reluctant to see it damaged by what appears an almost inevitable season of struggle.

Having been talked out of resigning by the board when Hull were relegated just over a year ago, Bruce threw everything into a successful promotion campaign but, with Allam Sr no longer involved in the day-to-day running of the club, and relations with Ehab steadily deteriorating, he felt increasingly out of the loop regarding takeover talks.

 

Lol

He’s made a living off ditching clubs. He never walks away from challenges though, does Steve. Clearly Palace, Birmingham City, Wigan Athletic, Hull City and Sheffield Wednesday were clearly not challenging enough for him. At least he’s accepted his current job has been a challenge.
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Not unexpected is right.  We were the underdogs against Sheffield United. No bookies had us favourite to win.  Everyone saw it coming.

 

You have to give it to the traders, they absolutely know their stuff.

 

Meanwhile the likes of Chris Sutton probably expected a 0-3 victory for us.

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