wor jackie Posted March 25, 2007 Share Posted March 25, 2007 i think we can all agree that the title is inevitable at some point in the future, but perhaps the sooner the better it would benefit us? last season, if i am correct, it was shearer who was appointed as no.2 to roeder and the run of results was nothing short of champions league form following this. of course, sir al has since left and this season hasn't exactly been great, prompting me to wonder whether he had a bigger influence tactically than previously thought? this season, i have seen no evidence of game plans, tactics or just about anything on the pitch for that matter. contrast to the end of last season where we were attacking and scoring plenty goals. so, whether this has been plain coincidence or not, i hadn't contemplated the possibility that shearer was such a major factor behind the scenes. as a manager, he would get respect from all players, has an excellent understanding of the game and the club and is never outspoken! furthermore, if roeder were to get the boot, would you be hesitant to hoy shearer in or would you prefer a more experienced bloke? Link to post Share on other sites More sharing options...
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