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Only thing PNE need to succeed and get us back to where we belong, is a manager who likes to get the ball down and play; like PNE used to, also one who cares about the club. For me, Alexander should have been offered the job back when we had the chance. Sean Gregan is who i'd like to take the reins
102.Chris Wilby 40 Minutes ago Went to see PNE play once - great club, great local support. Hope the board gets their act together and get PNE back where they belong in the PL. All the best, from an Arsenal fan (yes, my local team :-) )Back in the PL? what planet you on mate?
Went to see PNE play once - great club, great local support. Hope the board gets their act together and get PNE back where they belong in the PL. All the best, from an Arsenal fan (yes, my local team :-) )
Why did they sack him
93.Trappertony 4 Hours ago Who could be capable of dragging this once proud club back from the threat of relegation? Jesus?CUMBRIANS
"You've never seen me walk away from anything in my life" That's of course except walking away from Farnborough Town FC with all their money and most of their players the Monday after playing Arsenal in the FA cup. This bloke is a joke you are better off without him
@86 totally agree, the damage live matches and the brainwashing of 'fans' by tv is killing the game , too much chopping and changeing of managers does nothing , stability is the way forward, club owners must give managers time and have confidence in their appointments or it will keep going round in cicles and go nowhere
79. Umpteenth...No doubt you're one of these clowns who live in Essex but support Manchester United (although you only watch them on Sky) and couldn't care less about your local team. Some football fan.
82 Cold curry. He might have had a chance if had picked the same team more than once. The point you make about a settled team is quite valid, but you clearly don't know about the constant tinkering that this man did with his squad. It;s probably fair to suggest that if had stuck with a settled team then a) we wouldn't be looking at a relegation battle and b( he'd still have been in a job
@84 United have had the same manager for 26 years, by your logic that means they have no ambition :PYou're fickle if you believe changing managers every season is the correct approach. You should have either given Westley several years or not hired him in the first place.
Was never going to have any success. Poor manager with negative tatics. If Preston want any sort of success they should approach King Kenny. He's out of a job and he's bound to have them playing Premier league football in three years time.YNWA
Who could be capable of dragging this once proud club back from the threat of relegation? Inheriting another persons team, probably low on moral and confidence. A 'name' may not be the answer. Would the owner want a name? What about Gary Peters, like the chef on Ready Steady Cook, he can do wonders with other peoples' ingredients. Only to the end of the season mind.
I wonder if he got his £250 grand back that he used to get the job in the first place!
The only shock is that someone would employ Westley in the first place. Oh! forgot, poor old Preston have Ridsdale as well. Good club, good support , run by muppets.
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