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Offline Ian.

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Re: Neil Critchley - New Assistant Head Coach
« Reply #135 on: August 29, 2022, 11:36:14 AM »
The only flaw in blaming Critchley is the fact it was also absolutely shit under Beale.

Quite, itís absolute been shit for ages.

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Re: Neil Critchley - New Assistant Head Coach
« Reply #136 on: August 29, 2022, 12:39:31 PM »

It all smacks of jobs for the boys.

Purslows mate gets the managers gig.
Gerrards mate gets the coaching gig.

Throw in undroppable McGinn and another mate Coutinho being a ghost on the pitch and it's who you know not what you know.

Fucking shit.

The only flaw in blaming Critchley is the fact it was also absolutely shit under Beale.

Quite, itís absolute been shit for ages.
At Rangers, however, Beale and Gerrard did collaborate at a senior professional level, and their accomplishments were on display and all to see.
It is only at the development level through the Liverpool academy, Crtichley and Gerrard are well known to each other.
Its not elite.
And theres a great deal of inexperience around them therefore.

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Re: Neil Critchley - New Assistant Head Coach
« Reply #137 on: August 29, 2022, 12:41:24 PM »
It all smacks of jobs for the boys.

Purslows mate gets the managers gig.
Gerrards mate gets the coaching gig.


Don't nearly all managers have an assistant they worked with before? Eddie Howe was reported only to have agreed to the Newcastle job if he could bring in Jason Tindall, for example.

Howe and Tindall are a pair.
Gerrard and Critchley are not.
Gerrard has his mate McAllister who never looks much animated on the sidelines here as he did at Rangers.
And as we know coach Beale went this summer.


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Re: Neil Critchley - New Assistant Head Coach
« Reply #138 on: August 29, 2022, 12:49:07 PM »
It all smacks of jobs for the boys.

Purslows mate gets the managers gig.
Gerrards mate gets the coaching gig.


Don't nearly all managers have an assistant they worked with before? Eddie Howe was reported only to have agreed to the Newcastle job if he could bring in Jason Tindall, for example.

Howe and Tindall are a pair.
Gerrard and Critchley are not.
Gerrard has his mate McAllister who never looks much animated on the sidelines here as he did at Rangers.
And as we know coach Beale went this summer.



And if Tindall left to get a full manager's job as Beale has done, he'd have to be replaced as well.

Offline Footy-Vill

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Re: Neil Critchley - New Assistant Head Coach
« Reply #139 on: August 29, 2022, 12:54:43 PM »
It all smacks of jobs for the boys.

Purslows mate gets the managers gig.
Gerrards mate gets the coaching gig.


Don't nearly all managers have an assistant they worked with before? Eddie Howe was reported only to have agreed to the Newcastle job if he could bring in Jason Tindall, for example.

Howe and Tindall are a pair.
Gerrard and Critchley are not.
Gerrard has his mate McAllister who never looks much animated on the sidelines here as he did at Rangers.
And as we know coach Beale went this summer.



And if Tindall left to get a full manager's job as Beale has done, he'd have to be replaced as well.

I just mentioned Tindall and Howe are a pair.
Whereas Gerrard and Beale obviously aren't.
Like Dyche and Woan.

Critchley claims he's part of the coaching team and has his input so I'm not sure if that sort of input is better served for up and coming players rather than developed players.

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Re: Neil Critchley - New Assistant Head Coach
« Reply #140 on: August 29, 2022, 01:25:41 PM »


I just mentioned Tindall and Howe are a pair.
Whereas Gerrard and Beale obviously aren't.


Howe and Tindall weren't a pair when Tindall stayed on as manager at Bournemouth. Tindall would stilll be there now if he wasn't sacked for poor results.

 


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