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Daniel Farke

By joetowny (Joe)13/7 10:31Mon Jul 13 10:31:23 2020

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i make no apologies for saying that managers live or die by their 'signings and results'
if you dont then 99 times out of a 100 your shown the door.
BUT as with any viewpoint there is always that 1pc. when it does not apply
hence i give you the Norwich manager DF.
who openly admits their chances of stopping in the top flight were 5pc . . . or less in reality
when you manage with BOTH hands tied behind your back then you need a miracle not a manager.
living well within your means is frowned on by some of these so called TV pundits.
who in most cases are about as successful as VAR with their contributions / analysis.

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Re: Daniel Farke

By almost average 213/7 18:06Mon Jul 13 18:06:55 2020In response to Daniel FarkeTop of thread

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Norwich are the perfect example of the predicament facing football clubs . They live within their means and refuse to spend what they haven't got , and they finish bottom and get relegated .

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Re: Daniel Farke

By VS Town (VS Boro)13/7 18:41Mon Jul 13 18:41:42 2020In response to Re: Daniel FarkeTop of thread

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Listening to radio the criticism of them is they more or less said in August that they would get relegated.
May have been better to have managed privately but not made public. It was a sort of ready made excuse.

I think WBA are another similar example. One day I expect them to get promoted and stay for a hell of a long time.

It will be interesting to see how Bournemouth fare over the next few seasons (assuming they go down).
Just look at Blackpool, Huddersfield, Wigan and similar.

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Re: Daniel Farke

By almost average 213/7 19:20Mon Jul 13 19:20:05 2020In response to Re: Daniel FarkeTop of thread

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Sort of raises the question do fans prefer a decent season at a level they are comfortable at or a struggling season at a higher level . Obviously if the opportunity comes along you have to have a go but personally i enjoyed the SL promotion seasons much more than the two recent relegation seasons at higher levels .

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