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    PeteRoe

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    Tony Adams Sacked

    Post  PeteRoe on Sun Feb 08, 2009 4:19 pm

    Pretty much confirmed that this is going to be announced tomorrow officially.

    Feel sorry for him. He is honest but I dont think this was for him. Bad timing after having to lose a couple of big players and not really replacing them.
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    IOV

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    Re: Tony Adams Sacked

    Post  IOV on Sun Feb 08, 2009 4:35 pm

    PeteRoe wrote:Pretty much confirmed that this is going to be announced tomorrow officially.

    Feel sorry for him. He is honest but I dont think this was for him. Bad timing after having to lose a couple of big players and not really replacing them.

    He's a cock, he had a pretty good set up there when he took over from Redknapp but he might as well have packed Diarra and Defoes suitcases when he said he wouldnt stop them from leaving. He's turned Distin into a quivering mess as well. I thought he would do well there but maybe its time Donkey realised this management malarkey isnt for him

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    Re: Tony Adams Sacked

    Post  Guest on Sun Feb 08, 2009 4:42 pm

    Yeah. I think he could make a great coach given his unparalleled (except possibly by Bobby Moore) ability to read a game but that's not a great deal of help as a manager who's off the field.
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    brother of destruction

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    Re: Tony Adams Sacked

    Post  brother of destruction on Mon Feb 09, 2009 10:13 am

    I honestly thought it was a questionable appointment in the first place. Adams's track record in management wasn't great to begin with, so you did wonder why Pompey offered him the job. From Adams's point of view, the money had dried up, they were coming off the best season they've ever had. Players were going to be going & he was always going to struggle to match the high's of last season at the best of times.

    He's hardly had a fair crack of the whip, but he should never have been given or taken the job in the first place IMO.
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    Dr Hellwig PhD

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    Re: Tony Adams Sacked

    Post  Dr Hellwig PhD on Mon Feb 09, 2009 12:55 pm

    Gus MacPherson for the Pompey job.

    He's a stick on.

    Or, yes, Glenn Hoddle.

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