Jan Siewart

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  1. Schindlerspissed

    Schindlerspissed Active Member

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    Is he the man for the job?

    Imo, he’s too busy inexperienced for the job, and I have a bad feeling next year if he’s still in charge. Although, I feel like it’s unfair to judge him on the games this season, but unfortunately ****e would be an improvement on our performances recently.
     
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    Short answer is no mate.

    Don't know what you were thinking hiring him in the first place. No first league experience and imo he's going to find The Championship is no pushover. Can't see him lasting.
     
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    But Wagner was the exact same, and he did a fantastic job...
    But if his tactics is to get the ball and twat it up to our 5 foot 10 striker then we have no chance. No idea, what he’s thinking with his tactics at the moment.
     
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    I haven't watched a lot of Huddersfield since he's taken over. Saw the West Ham game which was a good game and you should've won, but the goals weren't created as such more individual efforts iirc? I could be wrong.
     
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    Yup, all individual, lucky goals tbh. Its all gone tits up since that game, and we look so much worse.
     
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    On Wagner, yeh the difference was he brought in his own players and had time to work in The Championship. Maybe Siewart needs to do the same. I don't see it as simple as that though.

    Why didn't they just accept relegation and keep Wagner to get them back up again. He has good experience of that division and iirc your football was very attacking in The Championship.
     
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    Wagner resigned, we had no say in it.
     
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    <doh> forgot

    I don't know why I thought something within the club was pushing him out, can't remember why. My mistake.

    So the club do the footballing equivalent of finding a girl who reminds you of your ex, because you're on the rebound.
     
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    Basically, and we wonder why it’s all gone tits up.
     
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    Hi Schind, you got your wish now let's see if the replacement is better, good luck for the rest of the season.
     
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    Cheers fella! Glad we’ve done it. Would love us to bring in Hughton as manager. Would be a great appointment. Wish QPR luck for the rest of the season, apart from when you play us of course.
     
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