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NottsRed 4th September 2019 07.53:22

Next Four League Games
 
Sutton (H)
Aldershot (A)
Flyde (H)
Ebbsfleet (H)

All teams near or around us. Really we should be looking at 10 point minimum from those games. Reality in current form we will be lucky to get 4 - 6. If its the latter that might see us drop into the bottom four especially if other results go against us.

Start of October sees two very tough games against Solihull and Woking then followed by a early potential relegation against Chesterfield who are doing poorly (We all know Fondop is going to score against us on that one).

chef1 4th September 2019 08.01:30

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An early potential relegation battle ... once we lose to Sutton hopefully then we l see a proper manager come in with some staff who work more than 8 hours a week

Quay Red 4th September 2019 08.52:31

Re: Next Four League Games
 
[QUOTE=NottsRed;2289490]Sutton (H)
Aldershot (A)
Flyde (H)
Ebbsfleet (H)

All teams near or around us. Really we should be looking at 10 point minimum from those games. Reality in current form we will be lucky to get 4 - 6. If its the latter that might see us drop into the bottom four especially if other results go against us.

Start of October sees two very tough games against Solihull and Woking then followed by a early potential relegation against Chesterfield who are doing poorly (We all know Fondop is going to score against us on that one).[/QUOTE]

Fylde is an AWAY fixture.

Prodigal Dragon 4th September 2019 08.57:57

Re: Next Four League Games
 
[QUOTE=NottsRed;2289490]Sutton (H)
Aldershot (A)
Flyde (H)
Ebbsfleet (H)

All teams near or around us. Really we should be looking at 10 point minimum from those games. Reality in current form we will be lucky to get 4 - 6. If its the latter that might see us drop into the bottom four especially if other results go against us.

Start of October sees two very tough games against Solihull and Woking then followed by a early potential relegation against Chesterfield who are doing poorly (We all know Fondop is going to score against us on that one).[/QUOTE]

BH must have the confidence to use Saturday's unimportant game against Ayr Utd to experiment with his starting XI and formation in preparation for those vital 4 games.

IMHO, we should have won the last 2 games but we clearly didn't. That was through a combination of poor tactics, bad luck, poor finishing and having key players out. Shit happens, I am afraid, and winning teams cope with these distractions. Currently, we are not.

We will not gain promotion until BH improves the midfield and we stop lumping high balls into giant defences who physically dominate our strikers. We must keep the ball on the ground, improve our movement and play quicker, better balls from our pedestrian midfield.

We have piled pressure on ourselves by not preparing properly in the summer -- keeping too many poor quality players; not sorting out the midfield; not nailing a formation; not nailing a starting XI -- which has led to a very poor start (it matches Dean 'I am waiting for my solicitor' Saunders' first season in 2009/10). The Board and BH are responsible for that, but it is now up to BH to prove he is no stooge by turning things around.

Contrary to what many claim, there are signs he is slowly doing that, but silly mistakes and lapses in concentration are masking it. As an example, just about anyone would have scored a hat-trick last night if in Wright's position around the 6-yard box. He deserves credit for getting there; but he deserves a bollocking for not putting at least one of them away to win the game.

Fine margins. But, at the moment, we are the wrong side of the 'drag-curve' and BH and players must try harder, and be more clinical if we are to get out of this self-made mess.

My advice to BH is: take advantage of Saturday's game and experiment against Ayr, then go on to win those 4 games. However, if we fail to pick up 9 points or more, then I am afraid BH's time is up, and the Board must accept full responsibility for gambling on his appointment and, crucially, not giving him a full-time assistant.

No pressure!:guitarist:

NedStarksGhost 4th September 2019 09.01:50

Re: Next Four League Games
 
We have to win 3 of them. Anything less is unacceptable in a hope to keep our season alive. Worried we won't achieve that. Brian Hughes must be nervous, failure to win 3 out of 4 I would imagine would seriously put his job on the line at this point.

Back of the Kop 4th September 2019 12.00:24

Re: Next Four League Games
 
[QUOTE=NedStarksGhost;2289528]We have to win 3 of them. Anything less is unacceptable in a hope to keep our season alive. Worried we won't achieve that. Brian Hughes must be nervous, failure to win 3 out of 4 I would imagine would seriously put his job on the line at this point.[/QUOTE]

And if he takes 6 points we carry on for another 4 games ?

Be decisive !

He's clearly out of his depth and should be removed along with the football club board who appointed him, Newell and Barrow.

The title is gone and we've not played 10 games.Why wait another 4 ?

NedStarksGhost 4th September 2019 12.03:05

Re: Next Four League Games
 
[QUOTE=Back of the Kop;2289660]And if he takes 6 points we carry on for another 4 games ?

Be decisive !

He's clearly out of his depth and should be removed along with the football club board who appointed him, Newell and Barrow.

The title is gone and we've not played 10 games.Why wait another 4 ?[/QUOTE]

I'm not saying if we should/shouldn't sack him. Personally think he should be sacked now as we're clearly going nowhere. My comment is from the board's perspective. I can't imagine them sacking him yet, but can see it happening if we don't do well over the next few games.

Phils-an-alki 4th September 2019 12.08:52

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I think he'll get a lot more time than many would give him.

I don't expect anything to happen before mid October at the earliest. Possibly even November. Unless we lose 3 or 4 games in a row nothing will change for a while yet.

The club know that as soon as they sack him all the attention will turn to them and they will be the only ones in the firing line, so they'll hold out for as long as possible.

CRUMBS 4th September 2019 12.12:29

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I would also think BF is telling them things will change for the better and stick with it , would BF go as well or is he the caretaker in such a case .

chalky 4th September 2019 12.18:55

Re: Next Four League Games
 
Its simply the team he has assembled is not good enough 12 points behind Halifax. What do you do Stick or Twist?


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