wanted - somebody, anybody with an inkling of football knowledge and perhaps even tactics.

#1
There can be no justification for continuing with Faz until the end of the season. He seems to be a very pleasant gentleman who is motoring along in his morris minor, oblivious of the fact that things have moved on and all of the opposition are shooting past in their BMW's. You just have to look at the performances (and results) and ask yourself what it is that he is actually bringing to the game to give us a fighting chance ? Any answers? Unfortunately without some divine intervention of the Jesus Christ Superstar scale we just don't seem to have the players who want to, or indeed can, put in that little bit extra to gain the points. On top of all of this, our club, our history, our fans are all reliant on the whims of a so-called tiger who may or may not decide to buckle down and pay some real attention to his new plaything. Isn't it just a great shame that so many fervent and devoted fans who have spent their lives intertwined in OUFC can be disregarded so blatantly .
 

Sandy

Junior Member
#2
There can be no justification for continuing with Faz until the end of the season. He seems to be a very pleasant gentleman who is motoring along in his morris minor, oblivious of the fact that things have moved on and all of the opposition are shooting past in their BMW's. You just have to look at the performances (and results) and ask yourself what it is that he is actually bringing to the game to give us a fighting chance ? Any answers? Unfortunately without some divine intervention of the Jesus Christ Superstar scale we just don't seem to have the players who want to, or indeed can, put in that little bit extra to gain the points. On top of all of this, our club, our history, our fans are all reliant on the whims of a so-called tiger who may or may not decide to buckle down and pay some real attention to his new plaything. Isn't it just a great shame that so many fervent and devoted fans who have spent their lives intertwined in OUFC can be disregarded so blatantly .
It's clear DF is not manager material but I also question his coaching. A few weeks ago he said that they do indeed practice game situations in training but he was unable to get them to put things into practice when the players stepped over the white line. I'm sorry but do you not see other managers on the touch line coaching and gesticulating what players are supposed to be doing ? The new manager needs to bring his own personal in I think.
 

T’ai Chi

Active member
#3
The supporters of Oxford United have been treated an abysmal way by all those who were involved or aware of what was happening to our club. The fact that we now find ourselves owned by a man who seems to have very little regard for the supporters is not acceptable. Relegation though not certain is a distinct possibility and where will that leave the fans and the club?
 
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