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Brian McDemott anyone? Sat Apr 17, 2021 1:10 pm  

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Here is an excellent coach from Wakefield who has the strength the get this best out of these players and to bin those not good enough.
He knows how to win games especially the big ones.

We need to be improving in the next couple of games because everyone know that a win rate of less than 20% is going to relegate us.

I have been a season ticket holder for many years but need to see some improvements soon before I hopefully can book my Catalans trip this year.
Re: Brian McDemott anyone? Sat Apr 17, 2021 1:16 pm  

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Id love john Kear back but I don’t think that would happen.

McDermott would be absolutely ideal for us though I agree
A proven and respected coach
Re: Brian McDemott anyone? Sat Apr 17, 2021 1:20 pm  

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Great coach but do not think we have the cash for him to get the players .Problems is we have to much dead wood for clubs to be interested in buying them ,and we are a club that as not got any pulling power on the cream of the top youngsters
Re: Brian McDemott anyone? Sat Apr 17, 2021 2:37 pm  

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Is he really a great coach, for me, and from many Leeds fans criticism of him, he's basically Chester with a bigger budget with the benefit of the likes of Peacock, Shinfield, Maguire and Burrow being in the team.
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Re: Brian McDemott anyone? Sat Apr 17, 2021 2:49 pm  

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Khlav Kalash wrote:
Is he really a great coach, for me, and from many Leeds fans criticism of him, he's basically Chester with a bigger budget with the benefit of the likes of Peacock, Shinfield, Maguire and Burrow being in the team.


Leeds fans couldn’t ever imagine what it’s like to support a club like wakefield
When they lose a match there is uproar
The fact they moaned about McDermott still makes me laugh
He delivered them consistent silverware

He’s won the most silverware of any sl coach (I believe)
Re: Brian McDemott anyone? Sat Apr 17, 2021 3:22 pm  

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Is he Likely expensive? Can he do it without much cash?
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Re: Brian McDemott anyone? Sat Apr 17, 2021 4:04 pm  
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musson wrote:
Leeds fans couldn’t ever imagine what it’s like to support a club like wakefield
When they lose a match there is uproar
The fact they moaned about McDermott still makes me laugh
He delivered them consistent silverware

He’s won the most silverware of any sl coach (I believe)


Brother Paul would have played against saints at Wembley if he hadn’t broke his arm a couple weeks before, youngest brother also played for us briefly I think.

Always thought was pretty hard done to by Leeds. Can’t see how we can afford him can’t see how we can afford not to make a change.

Normally we buy season tickets at Xmas and start the season full of hope, trouble is the club are going to be wanting to sell part season tickets to the 1000 fans that normally buy tickets but have already written the season off -

One of my lads gave his wife the money he’d saved for this years ticket after yesterday’s game saying unless things change he isn’t going and I bet he’s not alone
Re: Brian McDemott anyone? Sat Apr 17, 2021 4:27 pm  

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I would love to see Brian Mac at Trin, gets the best out of players and knows how to win games. Look at his record at leeds it speaks volumes, people will say he had cash at leeds which of course he did but even a squad with loads of talent and money infused needs a quality coach to win games, especially titles upon titles. He will improve us as a team there is no doubt about it whether he has a huge amount of cash to buy players or not.
I hate to say if we don’t make a decision in terms of getting rid of Chester and bringing someone new in we will find ourself relegated and we probably won’t survive as a club.
Re: Brian McDemott anyone? Sat Apr 17, 2021 4:29 pm  

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musson wrote:
Leeds fans couldn’t ever imagine what it’s like to support a club like wakefield
When they lose a match there is uproar
The fact they moaned about McDermott still makes me laugh
He delivered them consistent silverware

He’s won the most silverware of any sl coach (I believe)

Comes in at third here


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Re: Brian McDemott anyone? Sat Apr 17, 2021 4:36 pm  

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Does Chester come cheap then, because if he does can another coach be expected to come for the same money.
I'm not sure it's a money thing, would Chester get the club to perform better if he received a pay rise, would a new coach on more money get the present squad to perform better, I'm sure he would.
Just what how much say do the assistants have, do they simply implement Chesters suggestions.
The club need a change of direction and a total change of culture.
If A F does arrive will he lift the club significantly to have a positive response from other team members.
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