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Got to be wind up surely? 

In what magical land does the cabbage end up being manager of the month?

I dont pay much attention to scores anymore as my interest has been pretty much killed, but surely it should of gone to Tuchel for making Chelsea good again, or Pep for actually winning the league?

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1 hour ago, Pilko said:

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“I see some familiar faces here today...some welcome, some not so welcome. “It looks as if I’ve had the last laugh on a lot of people who really didn’t think I had it in me to become a brilliant manager.
 

“Well, what I say to those people is ‘look at me now’.” 
 

“And now, we move on, to liars...”

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He's so thick and arrogant he'll be thinking that this wipes out 22+ years of mediocrity and cuntish behaviour towards others.
Enjoy this brief moment in the sun you ignorant, embarrassing oaf.

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1 hour ago, gjohnson said:

Got to be wind up surely? 

In what magical land does the cabbage end up being manager of the month?

I dont pay much attention to scores anymore as my interest has been pretty much killed, but surely it should of gone to Tuchel for making Chelsea good again, or Pep for actually winning the league?

To be fair, Tuchel got pumped 5-2 by now-relegated West Brom in April.

Our results in April were good (unbeaten with two draws with Liverpool and Spurs and two wins from West Ham and Burnley) it’d probably be a reasonable decision if he wasn’t so detestable. 

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53 minutes ago, Fantail Breeze said:

To be fair, Tuchel got pumped 5-2 by now-relegated West Brom in April.

Our results in April were good (unbeaten with two draws with Liverpool and Spurs and two wins from West Ham and Burnley) it’d probably be a reasonable decision if he wasn’t so detestable. 

It's just that there's such an obviously better candidate in Bielsa whose results, collectively, were objectively better. Won at Man City with ten men ffs. :lol: Meanwhile we turned a certain defeat into a victory against Burnley by substitution ASM onto the pitch, and got an admittedly good result against West Ham days later. Drawing at home to a terrible Tottenham side and getting a point at Anfield are completely unremarkable results.

I guess the argument is that it pulled us clear from the drop, but we could've lost all four and still our heads would've been above water. 

Meh, whatever. This is NUFC now. 

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