Football Banter Archive March 14 2013


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14 Mar 2013 22:53:57
Burnley look set to sack Sean Dyche

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14 Mar 2013 19:28:10
How do we expect to do well when we allow one of our best players, Furman, to go somewhere else.


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14 Mar 2013 18:09:25
just read the huddersfield local paper nearly fell off my chair laughing, beckford could miss the leeds match it proclaimed! lol well he has missed most games since larry brought him in as an old mate, if ever a player deserved the song what a waste of money he is that player. he might be fit enough to go on holiday in the summer,

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18 Mar 2013 01:00:03
send him back to Leicester waist of time and money imho.

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14 Mar 2013 17:30:14
Doncaster have today completed the signing of Oldham's South African international' Dean Furman

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14 Mar 2013 16:19:05
Malky MacKay has been ordered to sign a defensive midfielder on loan in order to allow Whittingham to play further forward, by owner Vincent Tan. Tan believes whitts has the best shot on him and he has recently said in an interview that he wants his side to shoot more, as Cardiff's struggle to find the back of the net freely continues.

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Any ideas who?

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14 Mar 2013 15:01:07
Dean Furman has signed on loan to Doncaster from Oldham for the rest of the season, loan fee of 50k

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14 Mar 2013 06:59:18
If Burnley fail to beat arch-rivals Blackburn Rovers on Sunday, Burnley will terminate the contract of Sean Dyche, Ian Woan and Tony Loughlan. Sean Dyches replacement is yet unknown but Burnley will draw up a short list with Crewe Alexandra's Steve Davis, Brian McDermott, Owen Coyle and Nigel Adkins on it.

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At the start of the season I believed that Sean Dyche had been unfairly treated by Watford's new owners. They have however been proved right.

Under the tenure of Eddie Howe, Burnley were an inconsistent team, but they were entertaining and trying to win their matches. They were among the top scoring teams in the division, with the highest goal scorer in Charlie Austin.

Under Sean Dyche the object of is not to lose, which they appear to fail to do on many occasions and the entertainment level as dropped to abysmal. On current form Burnley would be relegation candidates if it was not for the points earned prior to Sean Dyche taking over as manager.

I do not expect the Burnley board to terminate his contract as this would mean paying out compensation.

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14 Mar 2013 05:14:07
Kj is one of best millwall managers ever up there with graham docherty mccarthy as a season ticket holder block 8 he does frustate me with tactics signings subs at times but honestly who could do a better job? I say no one most managers need money 2 operate he works within a budget we are kicking above our weight in champ ohara on 40k zigic 50k we would have struggled payin wood 10k all you moaners who will turn up at wembly (3rd time 4 seasons) get over the den get behind kj and the team millllllllll coyl

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Bunch of cloggers

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Have to agree with millwall fan kj is doing a great job with little money and has shown real loyalty as i'm certain he has had offers from other clubs.
huddersfield fan

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