There are shades of grey to everything, I agree.
But ultimately do you WANT Coyle as manager or not?
That's the ultimate acid test.
which is another question..
On balance I think we are as well giving him a go at fixing it as we would be getting in a unknown to do feck knows what.. I don't think decent managers are exactly lying about and at least he has displayed the pedigree to get a broadly similar club to ourselves [historically] out of the Championship.. and if we get to October and we're still shite.. fair enough have another look..[/quote]
If you want him as manager you therefore must think he is good. Either that or think we are so small a club that we can only get shite to manage us, which is quite sad.
Our last manager had a good record of getting sides promoted. So does Neil Warnock. Either of those would have given us a better chance of staying up this season too![/quote]
See you just extrapolate in all directions to suit yer own point.. Clearly I don't think Owen COYLE on the basis of this season is Good.. Over his career - better , young potential to learn ya der ya der ya.. but saying we may as well stick as twist means I currently think he's good just isn't right.. I'd give him a chance cos I think there's enough about what he wants to do that's worth persevering with.. up to a point..
Our last manager is just a reprehensible human being.. he can win the champions league and he'll still be pond scum as far as I and a good number of fans at his litany of clubs are concerned..
Personal predjudice aside.. Warnock has a spectacular history of failure at prem level.. that's hilarious.. nowt more to say..
Coyle got a team promoted had a good first half of the season and then came to us because we were prepared to spend more than Burnley.. he had a rubbish first half of this season and then the sky pretty much fell in.. in all directions..
I'd give im the chance to build it back up again..