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super mick sacked

Discussion in 'Wolverhampton Wanderers' started by LordMegson, Feb 13, 2012.

  1. LordMegson

    LordMegson Registered User

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    what a shame. :no:

    what a fooking hero the chap is, seems a decent bloke to be fair, here's hoping you lot go for that ****** warnock :p
     
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    Never a Premiership Manager.
     
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    easylen Arsenal & LOFC FTW!

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    Hardly call him super as he only got 14 out of a possible 66 points
     
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    Deano -=-=-=-=-=-=-

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    You can call him what you want. He is the best manager of wolves in my lifetime.

    He took us from a complete ****ing shambles under Hoddle, rebuilt the club, got in hungry players who wanted to wear the shirt.

    He also has taken us to the Premier League and kept us there for 3 seasons. Something many had tried at and failed miserably.

    His record this season has been shit and the sacking had to happen but random retards coming on slagging the man who has given me the most enjoyable 6 years i've had as a Wolves fan can **** off.

    And I wish Mick all the best for the future, someone is getting a very good manager soon.
     
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    Ronny_Glavin 125 mediocre years of BFC

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    If we didnt have Hill in charge I'd be begging him to come home.
     
  7. LordMegson

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    thats why we call him super mick......
     
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    Get back in the woodwork, hopefully you go on another bsd run... You wont be seen on here again for weeks :wave:
     
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    I think Wolves have a decent enough squad. But loosing 5-1 to West Brom, your rivals like that, astonishing really. Wolves have the likes of Fletcher, O'Hara and Jarvis. Fletcher has been very good this season. But I don't know if changing the manger would help in the case of staying up this season.

    But between the likes of Mick McCarthy and Steve Kean, I think McCarthy was better, and Steve Kean should leave Blackburn.
     
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    Was always going to happen after yesterday.

    I like McCarthy, really rate him. He seems an honest, open bloke too.
     
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    Deano is spot on. The club was teetering on the brink of disaster when Mick took over and he guided us to the best football i've seen in my 21 years watching Wolves. This season was one too many unfortunately.

    I said to my mate in the aftermath of the last day of last season. The best thing to do now is give Mick a sizeable 'golden handshake', thank him for his work and get someone new in. However, this would have been a very bold move from any owner.

    I do feel that all Wolves fans saw this coming as soon as the summer ended with minimal additions.
     
  12. Dingle

    Dingle 'Champions of the world'

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    Far too many morons trying to give Merlin a kicking. These two posts sum my feelings up for me nothing else to say...
     
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    Dingle 'Champions of the world'

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    Hmmm Monday morning and you're posting this...? thought you were too busy other than weekends chap? Get back under your rock...
     
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    work 2-6 my good friend.
     
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    Dingle 'Champions of the world'

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    Funny that eh...
     
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    I'm suprised how long it takes to sign on these days.
     
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    Dugout-Demon Aww-You-Beauty

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    who would you like to see as his replacement?
     
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    Mick provided me with the best era of my time supporting Wolves. As his departure is beginning to sink in, I feel worse. Obviously he had to go, his position was untenable after losing 1-5 against The S**t at home, but I had hoped he might see out the season and leave with his head held high. Not to be.

    Its a shame his last game was that disaster yesterday. But he had lost the fans for good, and its not nice to see him being subjected vicious abuse as he was yesterday.

    Farewell Mick, thanks for everything. You will be missed and best wished for the future.
     
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    Capello :partyanimal
     
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    Dugout-Demon Aww-You-Beauty

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    realistically
     

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