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Offline Sexual Ealing

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Re: Jordan Veretout - gone
« Reply #1455 on: August 28, 2021, 01:43:14 PM »
I thought Garde was very much the Admiral Donitz of the club taking over at that point. The momentum was out of control, effectively, and working with that awful squad and the useless twat who owned the club at the time, we were practically dead and buried.

Thinking about it, Sherwood was even less of a manager than McLeish. One season at spurs, one  season with us and unemployed ever since.

He did a great job as DoF at Swindon for a few weeks not that long before they went bankrupt.

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Re: Jordan Veretout - gone
« Reply #1456 on: August 28, 2021, 02:07:07 PM »
I thought Garde was very much the Admiral Donitz of the club taking over at that point. The momentum was out of control, effectively, and working with that awful squad and the useless twat who owned the club at the time, we were practically dead and buried.

Thinking about it, Sherwood was even less of a manager than McLeish. One season at spurs, one  season with us and unemployed ever since.

He did a great job as DoF at Swindon for a few weeks not that long before they went bankrupt.

Remi Garde never stood a chance that season. Even SGT would have struggled if he had taken over in similar circumstances. SGT had the fresh start and close season he needed in the 1987/1988 season but I doubt even he would have kept us up if he had taken over halfway through that relegation season.

 


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