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Post Mon Jul 09, 2012 9:53 pm
goodie Free-scoring winger
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so if like other posters on here say nb has lost the dressing room why didnt anybody say go nathan, because the truth is he hasnt lost the players.
Post Mon Jul 09, 2012 10:04 pm
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goodie wrote:
so if like other posters on here say nb has lost the dressing room why didnt anybody say go nathan, because the truth is he hasnt lost the players.

Exactly! He can't have lost the dressing room, not one single player wanted him to resign.
So back to the original problem. it's when they get on the field that everything is going wrong. They are still the same players that were excellent at the start of the season, there's got to be a lot of soul searching going on at present.
This will be our year......................................................Hopefully!
But maybe not with bentman running amock.
Post Mon Jul 09, 2012 10:35 pm
BOYD2 Free-scoring winger
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Yes he has and the players would not decide straight after the game.
Post Tue Jul 10, 2012 8:55 am
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raceman wrote:
Exactly! He can't have lost the dressing room, not one single player wanted him to resign.
So back to the original problem. it's when they get on the field that everything is going wrong. They are still the same players that were excellent at the start of the season, there's got to be a lot of soul searching going on at present.



Do you honestly believe, that in a team sport, any player is going to say they want the manager to resign? Particularly when the new manager is sitting alongside the encumbent!

If they did they would be shown the door at the first opportunity, marked as a trouble maker.

Remember the dressing room was strong last year then when a few players left we were told there was disruptive influences who had gone - Maybe they were the ones who were right after all????

Just a thought.
Post Tue Jul 10, 2012 9:57 am
GiantDee Cheeky half-back
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It is somewhat unfair asking players to speak out like that, furthermore Nathan is I believe a nice bloke. There is a big difference between liking someone and believing in their tactics.

Players doubting a coach is one thing, being seen to put the boot in is quite another, especially so if the coach is "one of the lads". Any decision to change should be taken in the boardroom not the dressing room.

I remain convinced that Nathan Brown is a good "coach" but a poor "leader".
Post Tue Jul 10, 2012 11:27 am
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raceman wrote:
I actually feel sorry for Nathan Brown. He offered to resign after the game and told the players to have a good think about what had just happened. He actually said if any player wanted him to resign he would go immediately. So what the heck is going on when they get out on the field?


we will see if we get a response on sunday then.....
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Post Tue Jul 10, 2012 5:37 pm
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pep1505 wrote:
Do you honestly believe, that in a team sport, any player is going to say they want the manager to resign? Particularly when the new manager is sitting alongside the encumbent!

If they did they would be shown the door at the first opportunity, marked as a trouble maker.

Remember the dressing room was strong last year then when a few players left we were told there was disruptive influences who had gone - Maybe they were the ones who were right after all????

Just a thought.

Nathan wasn't sat at the side of them. The players were told to get on the coach alone and talk amongst themselves and make a decision, and then let him know the outcome. There was no pressure on any player.
This will be our year......................................................Hopefully!
But maybe not with bentman running amock.
Post Tue Jul 10, 2012 5:47 pm
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..................and who would stick his neck out and speak up??

Maybe the captain??
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Post Tue Jul 10, 2012 8:56 pm
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Post Tue Jul 10, 2012 11:14 pm
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