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  1. Hitchens 60 October 16, 2015 at 1:01 pm . Reply

    Good article by Chris Sutton on BBC web site

  2. Bill Pearson October 16, 2015 at 2:40 pm . Reply

    Just had a look Hitch, it seems he was respected in his youth years,the thing is foreign people tend to disrespect our way of life, still I’m at a loss with him on his decisions of his team selection, whats the answer ? Not a clue.Hitch.

    1. Hitchens 60 October 16, 2015 at 3:23 pm . Reply

      Bill, I think the Leicester game and post match criticisms of his substitutions knocked the stuffing out of him – people say he’s cocky, even arrogant but that sometimes can be a cover for someone who’s not quite as confident as they make out – I do have personal experience of this. I honestly believe Sherwood has temporarily lost his self belief and its up to the Board and Wilkins to rebuild that for him. I think the fans can forgive losing if we are playing exciting attacking football – isn’t that why we were all ( except Oohah) excited by his appointment. My optimism is back (at least for 24 hours 🙂 ) – onwards and upwards. UTV

      1. OohAhPaulMcGrath October 16, 2015 at 7:17 pm . Reply

        No we won’t forgive him for playing attacking football. Attacking football without a win is pointless literally!

  3. GIDDYVILLAN October 16, 2015 at 4:22 pm . Reply

    WOW hitch you do sound optimistic MATE I hope you don’t come down to earth with a huge bang.I believe just think the worst then anything else will be a bonus but fairplay to your temporary positivity if that is the case. 😀

  4. Ardent Villain October 16, 2015 at 6:00 pm . Reply

    I think Adam’s assessment is quite correct; there may not be a ‘two-match ultimatum’ from above, but if the team can’t show something very positive from these two games then the whole ‘should he stay/should he go’ debate could become academic – Sherwood will be destroyed and may well walk away from the mess if he realises that he can’t sort it.

  5. marvin October 16, 2015 at 8:58 pm . Reply

    So realistically who are some managers who would be available/interested right now if the club sacks Sherwood?

    Rodgers, Moyes (apparently), Di Matteo, Dyche, Montella, Garde, Galtier?

    1. marvin October 16, 2015 at 10:04 pm . Reply

      A solid op ed piece by Mat Kendrick just went up – pretty much sums everything up.

      http://www.birminghammail.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/aston-villa-opinion-mat-kendrick-10274607?

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