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  1. AndyMac
    April 27, 2013

    Try again ?

    “Notwithstanding this, the suggestion that all fault can be laid at his door is unrealistic”

    So do the players insist on hoofing it Mark, do they also insist that Shola has to come on before HBA ? Do the players keep asking to be removed and played out of position when they return ???

    No one but Pardwho is responsible for this debacle Mark and we all know it.

    Even the influx of five quality players in January still hasnt prevented the spectre of relegation hanging over SJP ?


  2. Mark B
    April 28, 2013

    Hi Andy.

    You think the players can be absolved of all blame in this? I don’t. Nor, as I say here, can Pardew.

    Before the Liverpool game this weekend I thought he’d survive to have another season, unless relegated, now I’m not so sure.

    The players seem to have chucked it (for which they again aren’t blameless) and that makes things impossible for the manager whether we’re relegated or not.

    The point stands – it’s not just Pardew who needs to improve or be improved upon.

  3. AndyMac
    April 29, 2013

    I understand your POV Mark but theoretically if Pardwho left now do you think the players would flounder and surrender to the opposition just as they did on Saturday evening or do you think they’d welcome the end of a reign of incompetence and tactical naivety and start to play as they know they can ?

    Round pegs, round holes !

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