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Everything posted by matty

  1. Too true, we've made a lot of decent players look average
  2. I'd suggest they might let Archie go but I'm pretty sure he's working for free.
  3. I like Tarek but I thought for sure this would be his last season. I guess as a back up on minimum wage?
  4. Lol, climate change... Next
  5. Lol to almost all of those suggestions from Bossi, what a troll. Ian Crook, stepped down from his last gig after a few weeks cos he wasn't cut out for it. Kosmina, has the cushiest of pundit rules on fox, no chance he wants to get back in the hot seat. One I do like the sound of though, Dean Heffernan. Happy to give him a few seasons, he's a Wanderer and it would be great to bring him up into it with an experienced team
  6. Yeah that doesn't fill me with excitement for any changes. On an aside, good to see the club continuing to bring ex players through the ranks
  7. Classy comments from Lederer for what it's worth
  8. I'll give him the benefit of the doubt until I hear there's an issue with him, from a reputable source
  9. Fair play to our mate Meier. https://coupler.foxsports.com.au/api/v1/article/amp/football/a-league/aleague-western-sydney-wanderers-alex-meier-markus-babbel-adam-peacock-contract-termination-details-twitter/news-story/73f21b20f13f5b4e33af7ef80f6a910b
  10. So you're saying that if he sees this season out, next season will be better?
  11. Someone like Jurman would be so frustrated. He's used to professional, mostly successful sides.
  12. Hughsey, in ANY organisation, the leader /manager /team leader /boss is responsible for the performance of those they lead. Anyone working in a poor work environment loses motivation, even moreso with athletes that are on short term contracts. While, yes, the players are responsible for their performances, they are just mercenaries. If the commander has allowed a demotivating atmosphere, the players will not perform to their best, it's not new.
  13. You're all assuming these players will want to stay. It may not be our choice. If I had other options, I'd leave, we're a joke at the moment. As usual, our best players will go on to do better things elsewhere. .
  14. Never asked for var technology, knew it would be a travesty
  15. Agree with keithie, it's Babel job and responsibility to deal with passengers, he obviously can't do that (by your own description). The starting 11 was quite different last season, we finished in the bottom half. This season, looks the same. I have grievances with WSW administration predominantly because the coaching situations, club culture and direction and fan interaction has been sub par. For this I look at Tsatsimas as responsible because he's the boss, same reason Babel is to blame for the men's teams woes.
  16. Personally I couldn't care less about 'finals'. Sounds like a singing group getting excited about 'regionals' or something. I want to be first, the best. We should be feared by every club, they should almost give up the three points just knowing they need to face us. Instead, that's what ESFC are. Personally I have no interest in making up the numbers, if the ambitions this club has spouted mean anything, then there needs to be a clean out from the top. .
  17. That's a good idea, a bigger crowd for the women than the men would be awesome
  18. There is a thousand variables changing all the time. One depertment having moderate success (just a partial season so far) as a one off means little. For example, you could have a brilliant coach that has recruited well and managed to shield their team from poor management/culture. It could be the new recruits that got off on the right foot and haven't been dragged down (yet). Could be both and then anything else. Much more helpful to look at the constants when failure is concerned. We've come 6th, 7th, 8th and currently 9th. This is with three different coaches. John Tsatsimas has been in the driver's seat all along. The women have generally been last or thereabouts and the youth have dipped (although I do consider their results somewhat outside the club culture in general). Let me flip the question, why should Tsatsimas NOT be held responsible? He is the leader. If the Wanderers were any other business (just helps to think of it this way at times) all eyes would be on him. The owners, they may be terrible (?) but they can't be fired. The CEO of the whole thing is in the drivers seat as we run off the road and show no signs of slowing. He is overseasing various 'departments' with the goal (primarily) of outputting success on the field. He has abjectly failed at this. There could be thousands of reasons for the clubs failures but simply put, they are Tsatsimas' responsibility to deal with. He hasn't done so effectively, at all. Time to go.
  19. Upper managements job isn't just to release money to the coach. The owners and especially John Tsatsimas set the culture and direction of the whole club. Since they've been in charge, we've gotten progressively worse on the field almost across the board with the exception of this seasons women. Even off the field the club has not exactly been run well (letter to the fans just prior to the Arsenal match a couple of seasons ago). Now we can't do anything about the owners, but John Tsatsimas is employed like anyone else, time for a change at the top.
  20. There's a thousand coaches around the world, flippin pick one
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