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JonoWafc 16th November 2020 19.18:03

Next 3 priorities
 
Now it’s confirmed what are your 3 highest priorities that Ryan and Rob need to do?

For me it’s

1) Appoint a CEO (Peter Moore fingers crossed)

2) A full review of the structure of the club from board level to coaching/ management

3) Following point 2 sack Keates/Darlo and appoint a Director of Football

rob_1072 16th November 2020 19.19:21

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
An actual striker?

Funny_Old_Game 16th November 2020 19.27:13

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
Training ground, Pearson says that’s no.1 priority from player POV.
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Redordead 16th November 2020 19.31:32

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
I’d start offering the current crop of players a decent cash bonus to try and get up the league

LlayDragon 16th November 2020 19.34:19

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
[QUOTE=Funny_Old_Game;2408808]Training ground, Pearson says that’s no.1 priority from player POV.
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I'm expecting hire of facilities for the players until a new training ground can be sorted.

Who knows? Even Colliers could now magically become available?

Wrecsam91 16th November 2020 19.35:36

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
[QUOTE=Redordead;2408812]I’d start offering the current crop of players a decent cash bonus to try and get up the league[/QUOTE]

players bonuses are agreed before the season starts and i believe cannot be altered once the season begins

Alan Attack 16th November 2020 19.36:58

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
[QUOTE=LlayDragon;2408815]I'm expecting hire of facilities for the players until a new training ground can be sorted.

Who knows? Even Colliers could now magically become available?[/QUOTE]

I’d imagine they’ll want to sell advertising space on the tv show. Carden would make a better alternative in that regard.

-luke 16th November 2020 19.37:06

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
[QUOTE=Wrecsam91;2408817]players bonuses are agreed before the season starts and i believe cannot be altered once the season begins[/QUOTE]

I mean...didnt we give Hughes an 18 month contract initially before giving him a revised 3 year deal after about 6 weeks?

LlayDragon 16th November 2020 19.38:53

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
[QUOTE=Alan Attack;2408819]I’d imagine they’ll want to sell advertising space on the tv show. Carden would make a better alternative in that regard.[/QUOTE]

Aye, and I'm sure more open to the prospect.

Redordead 16th November 2020 19.42:38

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
[QUOTE=Wrecsam91;2408817]players bonuses are agreed before the season starts and i believe cannot be altered once the season begins[/QUOTE]

A nice brown envelope full of reddies for every win! Everyone’s happy!

Jaded 16th November 2020 19.44:11

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
[QUOTE=Funny_Old_Game;2408808]Training ground, Pearson says that’s no.1 priority from player POV.
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But is that just because he’s too tactful to say “SACK KEATES”?!

joe 16th November 2020 20.05:15

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
CEO, new management team (a decent one will sort out the new players themselves), then training ground.

138+NotOut 16th November 2020 20.16:59

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
Chips for a dollar
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NottsRed 16th November 2020 20.20:43

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
[QUOTE=Wrecsam91;2408817]players bonuses are agreed before the season starts and i believe cannot be altered once the season begins[/QUOTE]

All the Aviation Gin they can drink?

northwalian dragon 16th November 2020 20.24:05

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
1.) Keates out.
2.) Darlington out.
3.) Davies out.

MJ6987 16th November 2020 20.26:09

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
I was thinking - is it going to be quite tough for them to come in and sack the managers / coaches straightaway? Not great PR really, even if it’s the right thing to do football wise.

shinner 16th November 2020 20.32:53

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
[QUOTE=northwalian dragon;2408846]1.) Keates out.
2.) Darlington out.
3.) Davies out.[/QUOTE]

This 👍

JonoWafc 16th November 2020 20.34:08

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
[QUOTE=MJ6987;2408848]I was thinking - is it going to be quite tough for them to come in and sack the managers / coaches straightaway? Not great PR really, even if it’s the right thing to do football wise.[/QUOTE]

I agree, which is why I think we need some kind of structural review from top to bottom so they can justify it and the decision will almost be out of their hands as it will be an independent review

bowler 16th November 2020 20.39:13

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
But 2 weeks max the three Stooges have to go.

MJ6987 16th November 2020 20.39:45

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
[QUOTE=JonoWafc;2408850]I agree, which is why I think we need some kind of structural review from top to bottom so they can justify it and the decision will almost be out of their hands as it will be an independent review[/QUOTE]

Yeah, something like that would make sense.

dagg 16th November 2020 21.11:14

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
[QUOTE=LlayDragon;2408815]I'm expecting hire of facilities for the players until a new training ground can be sorted.

Who knows?[B] Even Colliers could now magically become available?[/B][/QUOTE]

Probably buy Colliers back with loose change from down the back of the sofa.

davewilli 16th November 2020 21.22:58

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
1) Win away at Hartlepool
2) Win home to Aldershot
3) Win away at Bromley

howardrd 16th November 2020 21.23:57

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
[QUOTE=northwalian dragon;2408846]1.) Keates out.
2.) Darlington out.
3.) Davies out.[/QUOTE]

That's 1 priority not 3 separate ones.. collectively they are one big problem.
The sooner this is done the quicker we can move onto 2 and 3 which must be laying the foundations for the future and go for it this season before more damage is done.
Namely..
Replacement coaching/management team to look after matters on the field.
CEO appointment to fully manage all matters off the field.
Get these appointments right and each should be capable of taking on the priorities that follow.

Rob Edwards 16th November 2020 21.40:24

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
[QUOTE=MJ6987;2408848]I was thinking - is it going to be quite tough for them to come in and sack the managers / coaches straightaway? Not great PR really, even if it’s the right thing to do football wise.[/QUOTE]
With Darlington more straight forward as only need to state that fulltime coach is required- with him allowed to apply as any other candidates.

noisy1 17th November 2020 06.57:53

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
Other than appointing a CEO, I don't think they will be replacing anyone else right away.
For the sake of the documentary, they need to show us at rock bottom before charting our rise to the top.

LlayDragon 17th November 2020 09.10:50

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
[QUOTE=noisy1;2408970]Other than appointing a CEO, I don't think they will be replacing anyone else right away.
For the sake of the documentary, they need to show us at rock bottom before charting our rise to the top.[/QUOTE]

No need to wait for that.

A few days filming now, some stuff about last season and it's done.

GiggityGiggityGiggityGoo 17th November 2020 09.14:01

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
A better temporary training ground, Man City's old one may fit the bill for now.

Readred 17th November 2020 09.23:51

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
[QUOTE=noisy1;2408970]Other than appointing a CEO, I don't think they will be replacing anyone else right away.
For the sake of the documentary, they need to show us at rock bottom before charting our rise to the top.[/QUOTE]

God I can’t take anymore rock bottom from where we were before R&R started floating around. National League relegation fodder for a team who used to compete in Europe has to be low enough.

fluffysheepsupporter 17th November 2020 09.29:56

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
[QUOTE=GiggityGiggityGiggityGoo;2409033]A better temporary training ground, Man City's old one may fit the bill for now.[/QUOTE]

Except it has been leased to Sale Sharks from March 2020.

John Neals Dynasty 17th November 2020 09.40:23

[QUOTE=Jaded;2408825]But is that just because he’s too tactful to say “SACK KEATES”?![/QUOTE]


Keates brought him to the club I doubt he will say anything against him.. On his return Keates has signed up his mates Harris, Durrell, Rutherford, Carrington spring to mind.
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Phils-an-alki 17th November 2020 09.55:52

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
[QUOTE=northwalian dragon;2408846]1.) Keates out.
2.) Darlington out.
3.) Davies out.[/QUOTE]

This. We'll need to be patient with other things like a training ground etc but this is a an absolute must as soon as the takeover is complete.

John Neals Dynasty 17th November 2020 10.04:56

[QUOTE=Phils-an-alki;2409063]This. We'll need to be patient with other things like a training ground etc but this is a an absolute must as soon as the takeover is complete.[/QUOTE]

Either way it needs to happen before end of the year and the transfer window opening.. I think Hartlepool will be fired up tonight, in the early weeks of this takeover clubs will see us as a big scalp.

Particularly Hartlepool as they turned down a takeover and tried to make out it was R&R
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Kiddy Dragon 17th November 2020 10.41:39

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
I would have thought avoiding relegation is the number 1 priority.
That would turn the takeover film into a comedy.

Fast Eddie 17th November 2020 10.54:38

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
This is an excellent thread.

Imo this takeover is the most exciting event in the recent history of Wrexham AFC, however the mooted £2m investment only goes so far - realistically gives us an advantage in getting out of this league. The revenue streams etc are likely to expand over the longer term, but so many clubs have seen investments squandered by appointing the wrong coaching/playing staff.

There is a lot of work to do.

MJ6987 17th November 2020 12.30:54

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
[QUOTE=fluffysheepsupporter;2409045]Except it has been leased to Sale Sharks from March 2020.[/QUOTE]

Could use Liverpool's old training ground at Melwood

DenbighRed 17th November 2020 13.07:42

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
[QUOTE=northwalian dragon;2408846]1.) Keates out.
2.) Darlington out.
3.) Davies out.[/QUOTE]

This.

Bring some bloody winners in who won't accept mediocrity. The club needs a new ethos, we've become far too soft and willing to accept rubbish for years now.

Same goes for the CEO. I really hope we start setting higher standards as a club from everyone involved. That starts at the top.

Longer term projects such as the training ground should also get underway.

fezbob 17th November 2020 13.09:10

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
1. Chips for a quid
2. Recall Matty Done
3. Forward are get one in

BuckleyDerbyRob 17th November 2020 13.18:40

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
:)[QUOTE=MJ6987;2409126]Could use Liverpool's old training ground at Melwood[/QUOTE]

Our players can struggle to find each other most of the time - they'll never find Melwood:)

LlayDragon 18th November 2020 10.43:43

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
1. CEO.
2. New manager, assistant, coaching, ethos.
3. Hire Carden Park for training.

IMO those are the basic pillars for everything else.

Jebudo 18th November 2020 11.21:00

Re: Next 3 priorities
 
[QUOTE=LlayDragon;2409739]1. CEO.
2. New manager, assistant, coaching, ethos.
3. Hire Carden Park for training.

IMO those are the basic pillars for everything else.[/QUOTE]

To be honest there's not a lot of facilities at Carden park, it's basically just a pitch (a very good one though) by the gatehouse


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