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« on: April 30, 2012, 12:29:03 AM »
If Roy goes, I will be gutted as he has done wonders for us in his time here countless records broken! relegated the wolves saw us win at liverpool newcastle and of course at seal park. the whole point of this thread is to ask whether or not their are any positives in him leaving? what i could kind of come up with;

1) tchoyi might get a chance to play under a different manager.
2) we might get a manager who odemwingie gets on with thus he might actually play to his full potenital!?
3) might get a more attacking style of play back.
4) substitions before the 70minute mark....

any other positives? are my positives legit? and i dont need the negatives im very aware of them! :(
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« Reply #1 on: April 30, 2012, 12:36:03 AM »
I think their may well be positives to take out of this, as if we make a good appointment with a young manager, hopefully we will be in a situation where that manager is with the club for a long period of time. Roy's reign was always going to have an expiry date.

I think you are very correct on the Odemwingie point, and I also think it may give other players such as Dorrans more freedom in a different style of play.

However I think Tchoyi will be leaving whatever happens, and imo this is a positive.

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« Reply #2 on: April 30, 2012, 12:38:26 AM »
i think tchoyi has got something and i dont know what it is! hes defo an impact sub! unlike someone like cox who is not an impact sub!

still unsure on dorrans i think he was our worst player saturday! but thats not the point of this thread!

yes Roy had an expiry date i jsut hoped it was after fa cup glory....
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« Reply #3 on: April 30, 2012, 12:40:10 AM »
If Roy goes, I will be gutted as he has done wonders for us in his time here countless records broken! relegated the wolves saw us win at liverpool newcastle and of course at seal park. the whole point of this thread is to ask whether or not their are any positives in him leaving? what i could kind of come up with;

1) tchoyi might get a chance to play under a different manager.
2) we might get a manager who odemwingie gets on with thus he might actually play to his full potenital!?
3) might get a more attacking style of play back.
4) substitions before the 70minute mark....

any other positives? are my positives legit? and i dont need the negatives im very aware of them! :(

I think the only positive maybe that we see some more attacking and less stifling football. Attacking players such as Dorrans, Thomas and Odemwingie might have the shackles taken off them and maybe reach their full potential. This of course is all theoretical as we could go and hire Mcleish, but i think whoever the next appointment is we may see some more attacking football whether that's a good thing or not i'm not so sure. 

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« Reply #4 on: April 30, 2012, 12:57:12 AM »
It changes the status of a lot of our players, maybe the new manager will want to keep players like Scharner, Tchoyi, Cox, Tamas and Jara.

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« Reply #5 on: April 30, 2012, 07:11:48 AM »
What sort of manager would want to keep Tchoyi?
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« Reply #6 on: April 30, 2012, 07:13:59 AM »
What sort of manager would want to keep Tchoyi?

or Cox, Jara, and Tamas?
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« Reply #7 on: April 30, 2012, 08:59:09 AM »
If RH does go please be very careful what you wish for and what could happen to the club? Unless the manager was a real dickhead then any good manager leaving a club once he as started to put his mark down usually leads to that club going through a period of adjustment, meaning rubbish!

I can see no positives at all in RH leaving us! It will, even though I truly believe that the club as got the foundation & set up to keep the ship stable but? A inexperienced English manager taking over? That means not used to premier football? If he was so called experienced, who would come to the Albion? Yes the likes of managers who are used to relegation or promotion but is there anyone who could come to a club like the Albion, with a limited budget but is now a club ready to move a step forward. Just think? Who is there?

If Albion go for someone like Solkjar (or whatever the spelling is) we all must be ready to see changes which at its best we stay in PL but at its worst relegation. If we were to go down would the chairman sick by a up and coming manager or would he, like the majority of fans what a quick return to generate money and then we get someone else and the merry go round starts again!

If and when RH goes to a job he really can't turn down, what happens to players out of contract who may feel in limbo and even more concerning the signing of new & better players?

I,m afraid that this present scenerio is similar to what happened firstly when Johnny Giles left and then when Big Ron left, we were lucky in the first instance to have the Great Ronnie Allen to come in to stablize and continue but when Ron left there was no one any good and the massive decline started.
The next manager is argueable the biggest appointment that the Albion have done in their recent history. Get it right, heaven, get it wrong? worse than hell!!!!!
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« Reply #8 on: April 30, 2012, 09:03:49 AM »
Cannot see any real positives at this moment. In fact I'm now more concerned with the possible knock on affects around the likes of keeping Ashworth, Olsson and Foster.
The likes of Cox, Tchoyi, Tamas and Jara have proved to be fill-in squad players at best and I wouldn't like to have to rely upon them game after game.
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« Reply #9 on: April 30, 2012, 09:36:49 AM »
Must agree its hard to find positives but we've just got to put our trust in DA and JP and hope that we get it sorted quickly.

However the thing that worries me is DA joining Hodgson due to the fact they have got experience of working together and thats surely appealing to the FA..

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« Reply #10 on: April 30, 2012, 09:40:16 AM »
Must agree its hard to find positives but we've just got to put our trust in DA and JP and hope that we get it sorted quickly.

However the thing that worries me is DA joining Hodgson due to the fact they have got experience of working together and thats surely appealing to the FA..

If Ashworth keeps a managerial shortlists who keep the shortlist for the Ashworth post?

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« Reply #11 on: April 30, 2012, 09:58:35 AM »
I feel like I did when Spurs poached Ardiles from us.
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« Reply #12 on: April 30, 2012, 10:07:59 AM »
there are just a couple of slight positives
1) He has established a squad that has the basis of a solid premier league squad which  would hope make it easier to get our first choice re-placement and
2) due to his age and season long doubts over whether he would sign a contract extension i would imagine we are fairly well advanced i deciding who we want as a replacement
small crumbs i know but as they say today papers tomorrows chip paper and the day after that we will still be Albion supporters!!
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