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please, dont...just the mention of burley and SFC in the same thought makes my blood boil...possibly one of the most underachieving, let down of a manager we have had...possibly EVER.

I can think of one immediately who is infinitely worse...

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After relegation, Redknapp lost interest. He could have done better and his going was a relief, but it was lack of effort, not lack of ability. Burley just did not seem to be up to the job, in virtually ant aspect you care to think about.

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please, dont...just the mention of burley and SFC in the same thought makes my blood boil...possibly one of the most underachieving, let down of a manager we have had...possibly EVER.

 

I know. Getting us to the playoffs with pretty much the same squad as was nearly relegated a year later was pretty poor really.

 

I think the problem with a lot of these threads is that people seem unable or unwilling to differentiate between a persons ability and their personal like or dislike of an individual.

 

Maybe part of the lesson was to see what happens when a board gives unequivocal support to a manager. I always maintain that who is in the boardroom makes little difference but some of the signing we have had over the last couple of seasons hace clearly been expensive mistakes - particularly the loans (although I'll admit I thought they looked good on paper at the time).

 

Enough though. We're (nearly) all feeling quite positive about the new season so let's move on in harmony! COYR

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please, dont...just the mention of burley and SFC in the same thought makes my blood boil...possibly one of the most underachieving, let down of a manager we have had...possibly EVER.

 

Please don't.

 

While you're right, such comments just bring out the incomprehensibly pro-Burley people, whose existence I find almost as depressing as his time at the club itself.

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