Robinson out!

beyondthefourth

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Two main points from that:

Oxford scored 15 in 6 games.
Wycombe conceded 1 in 6 games.

If ever there was a case of unstoppable force vs immovable object...
 

RgYellows

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Two main points from that:

Oxford scored 15 in 6 games.
Wycombe conceded 1 in 6 games.

If ever there was a case of unstoppable force vs immovable object...

Also interesting that Lincoln have only conceded five in six games, given that they are sandwiched between teams in double figures at that end of the table.
 

Osleroad

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Not that I think it"d happen but perhaps we should be wary of teams nabbing not only our players but our manager atm. Ssh!
 

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I think he feels he has a project here.
He’ll stay more loyal to us than we probably were towards him.
 

Scotchegg

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When you say 'we' you mean some supporters?
The club and Tiger were very loyal to him.
As were a small minority of fans!

DE had given Pep a decent enough budget but this was badly spent and left the club needing to repair from top to bottom. Whilst there is no hiding from the fact that we underperformed in the first few months of last season, it was clear that there was a bigger picture in play.

Fast forward a year and the difference is unbelievable, but the foundations were put in place during those difficult times. Robinson deserves a huge amount of credit from turning things around, but Tiger also deserves credit with sticking with his gut when things got tricky.
 

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