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Re: Lewis Murphy Thu Jul 22, 2021 6:36 am  

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Anyhow back to the original post. Well done Lewis and hopefully we'll see you in the first team soon.
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Re: Lewis Murphy Thu Jul 22, 2021 7:01 am  

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Chester 2 year deal very underwhelming .Been living of the a very fit team he was left with when Smith left .Wasted a lot of cash on poor signings. When we sign some one half decent he moves them to prop .round pegs in square holes spring to mind When Kear left, a good coach should have been able to keep us round the standed we was.We have been in decline ever since .For get injury excuses, if he had not stuck by is very poor backroom staff that he let go before this season ,think the injured player's would not have been rushed back like they were. It's no coincidence that the defending as improved since the .two new coaches have arrived .The attack is still woeful.and by far the worst in S L depending more on a bit of flair than structure .
Re: Lewis Murphy Thu Jul 22, 2021 8:41 am  
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And thats why the club will fail.if your happy with 4 or 5 wins a season thats your opinionbut to say for fans not to go is quite stupid crowds are already going down do you not see the knock on effect less fans less income less quality players less good results even less fans turning and then round it goes again.i have never once called for chris to be sacked but after the last 3 seasons does he really deserve a new contract..with poor results poor signings poor resignings and some strange decisions ala yusuf not coming of bench last week.sometmes a cjange is needed the best coaches in the world leave there roles at some point



Did you read my post or have you grossly misunderstood it?
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Re: Lewis Murphy Thu Jul 22, 2021 9:06 am  

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And where did i state I wouldnt buy a season ticket.i said cos i know some people who wont, i like you support the club but some will not because its not enjoyable at the moment the club need to give fans a reason to be optimistic.and theres difference with coaches mentioned , they didnt get a new contract after 3 bad years did they thats the difference.i have never once suggested chris should be sacked but i dont believe currently he deserves a new deal we have had 4 wins so far in 15 counting the cup 2 where scrappy v leigh and wigan reserves and 2 decent performances in the other.theres same problems as there where 3years ago i just think the team needs new ideasand a change of direction


You said you 'know' people who won't 'renew'
That's not same as just some people won't buy
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Re: Lewis Murphy Thu Jul 22, 2021 9:28 am  

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You said you 'know' people who won't 'renew'
That's not same as just some people won't buy


I did say i know people who wont renew and that is true and to be honest most of st sold will be renewals at the moment not newbies
Re: Lewis Murphy Thu Jul 22, 2021 11:05 am  

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I did say i know people who wont renew and that is true and to be honest most of st sold will be renewals at the moment not newbies


To be fair a load of people say that every year but still end up getting one.
Re: Lewis Murphy Thu Jul 22, 2021 12:47 pm  

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To be fair a load of people say that every year but still end up getting one.



Why be fair most people say it all the time. Luppy says it about everything, a change in Chesters aftershave seems to be enough to send him tumbling over the abyss and he’s far from alone.
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Re: Lewis Murphy Thu Jul 22, 2021 1:23 pm  

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Why be fair most people say it all the time. Luppy says it about everything, a change in Chesters aftershave seems to be enough to send him tumbling over the abyss and he’s far from alone.


This from a person who knows nothing.like normal with you people are entitled to THERE opinions not everyone as to agree with you or wear rose tinted glasses
Re: Lewis Murphy Thu Jul 22, 2021 2:03 pm  
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Why be fair most people say it all the time. Luppy says it about everything, a change in Chesters aftershave seems to be enough to send him tumbling over the abyss and he’s far from alone.


What do you think, will if true Chester being given another two year contract help with supporter numbers considering we are in the entertainment sector.
Re: Lewis Murphy Thu Jul 22, 2021 2:18 pm  

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What do you think, will if true Chester being given another two year contract help with supporter numbers considering we are in the entertainment sector.


:lol:

I can't read the future.

CC had three good years then three not-so-good years, next year might be a good one.

I don't know, you don't know but there is one thing for certain, there is no guarantee that whoever took over from CC could do as well or even the same and there is a massive he could do far worse.

So excuse me if I don't attempt to answer what is purely speculative.

FWIW we have shown signs of improvement this season most notably in defense and with a few team tweaks, I reckon we will be ok next year. If we are and results go our way and most importantly if the ground developments go ahead we will attract fans. HTH, that's how it is and has always been.
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