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Is time up for Ainsworth? 13:26 - Oct 23 with 3339 viewsEastR

Is time up for Ainsworth?


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Is time up for Ainsworth? on 13:27 - Oct 23 with 3319 viewsNov77

Think they’ll wait until after the inevitable thrashing by Leicester before doing anything

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Is time up for Ainsworth? on 13:55 - Oct 23 with 3206 viewsconnell10

I've tried to give him a chance but yes time to go.

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Is time up for Ainsworth? on 15:32 - Oct 23 with 2937 viewsHammersmithR

Have been desperately hoping for him to succeed but he’s his own downfall. Signing 7 players in the summer and not one was a striker when we couldn’t score last season. Only attacking player coming from League 2 and played as RWB. Bloke is obsessed with Kakay whose record when we plays is absymal. He makes the same tactical mistakes every game and fails to see what the fans see every game. And worst of all he treats the fans with utter contempt in his post match interview. Would respect him more if he was honest. Sick and tired of this regular bile of ‘the lads emptied the tank’, ‘I was proud of the boys’, ‘the lads gave me everything’. The players are not good enough and many of them were signed by him. And his tactics are painful to watch. Simply long ball and percentage football. No style or substance to our play. Yet to explain to the fans what has happened to Willock and Richards. I’ve had enough of him. So predictable what’s going to happen at West Brom and home to Leicester. Can’t take it anymore.
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Is time up for Ainsworth? on 21:04 - Oct 23 with 2565 viewsHoopsie

Perhaps the question is should he resign and relinquish compensation so we could move forward since we all love this club?

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Is time up for Ainsworth? on 21:47 - Oct 23 with 2425 viewsBazzaInTheLoft

Whatever you think, setting him arbitrary targets is madness in my opinion.

If you are going to get rid, it should be based on passing some predetermined statistical relegation likelihood % in my opinion, say 51% likely. This is different from the retail odds from betting firms by the way.

Get someone like Robith in to work it out for them.

Also, do not get rid until someone else is lined up. Three months of the tea lady running things is not the one.
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Is time up for Ainsworth? on 21:50 - Oct 23 with 2383 viewsloftus77

Is time up for Ainsworth? on 21:04 - Oct 23 by Hoopsie

Perhaps the question is should he resign and relinquish compensation so we could move forward since we all love this club?


I was wondering this...don't know how it works, but could'nt GA 'resign' and something be 'done' with the owners privately that is nothing to do with FFP?
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Is time up for Ainsworth? on 22:08 - Oct 23 with 2328 viewsG_Ottershaw

was trying to think of film titles that summed up our current situation, i'm going for 'The Great Rock 'n' Roll Swindle'
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Is time up for Ainsworth? on 22:33 - Oct 23 with 2283 viewsNed_Kennedys

Is time up for Ainsworth? on 21:47 - Oct 23 by BazzaInTheLoft

Whatever you think, setting him arbitrary targets is madness in my opinion.

If you are going to get rid, it should be based on passing some predetermined statistical relegation likelihood % in my opinion, say 51% likely. This is different from the retail odds from betting firms by the way.

Get someone like Robith in to work it out for them.

Also, do not get rid until someone else is lined up. Three months of the tea lady running things is not the one.


Odds on with the bookies to get relegated is never a good sign for any manager.

I voted to give him to the next international break though: hope he can get some decent results before then.
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Is time up for Ainsworth? on 23:06 - Oct 23 with 2234 viewsnumptydumpty

He has to go.

But am guessing money is so tight, we can't afford to.

The stuck record interviews are sadly deluded BS, that no one believes, even him.

The boys can't be arsed and it shows.

No jazzing that up sadly.

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Is time up for Ainsworth? on 16:45 - Oct 24 with 1892 viewsPlanetHonneywood

Is time up for Ainsworth? on 23:06 - Oct 23 by numptydumpty

He has to go.

But am guessing money is so tight, we can't afford to.

The stuck record interviews are sadly deluded BS, that no one believes, even him.

The boys can't be arsed and it shows.

No jazzing that up sadly.


I wonder if the club considered a specific termination clause to reduce/handle compensation in the event of early termination?

Probably not!

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Is time up for Ainsworth? on 17:51 - Oct 24 with 1744 viewsBklynRanger

Is time up for Ainsworth? on 13:27 - Oct 23 by Nov77

Think they’ll wait until after the inevitable thrashing by Leicester before doing anything


He really did look rough in that hallucinatory pre-match intervention I mean interview.

Could be tonight is his final chance, loses that, unofficially gone but they leave him in charge for the Leicester mauling and get someone in after that.
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Is time up for Ainsworth? on 22:16 - Oct 24 with 1568 viewsessextaxiboy

Anyone want to change their mind ?
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Is time up for Ainsworth? on 22:18 - Oct 24 with 1533 viewsdigswellhoop

WHO CAN WE AFFORD WHEN WE HAVE TO PAY THIS RABEAL
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Is time up for Ainsworth? on 22:32 - Oct 24 with 1470 viewskernowhoop

Is time up for Ainsworth? on 21:50 - Oct 23 by loftus77

I was wondering this...don't know how it works, but could'nt GA 'resign' and something be 'done' with the owners privately that is nothing to do with FFP?


The biggest financial penalty in professional sport (I think it was) might have made them rather cautious about that sort of thing; to say nothing about the Companies Act.
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