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Thread: Would would save Mick on Saturday?

  1. #1

    Would would save Mick on Saturday?

    A win?
    A convincing win?
    A draw?
    Another "encouraging" performance even if we lose?
    Actually scoring a goal?
    Anything, because they're not actually going to sack him whatever happens?

  2. #2

    Re: Would would save Mick on Saturday?

    Quote Originally Posted by Undercoverinwurzelland View Post
    A win?
    A convincing win?
    A draw?
    Another "encouraging" performance even if we lose?
    Actually scoring a goal?
    Anything, because they're not actually going to sack him whatever happens?
    I fear it could be the bottom. I fear we cant replace him due to finances.

    I cant think of any reason hes still at the club.

    Virtually the whole fan base wants him out.

  3. #3

    Re: Would would save Mick on Saturday?

    Edward Woodward would

  4. #4

    Re: Would would save Mick on Saturday?

    Quote Originally Posted by Undercoverinwurzelland View Post
    A win?
    A convincing win?
    A draw?
    Another "encouraging" performance even if we lose?
    Actually scoring a goal?
    Anything, because they're not actually going to sack him whatever happens?
    A fundamental change in employment law that would prevent anyone being "let go' before retirement.

  5. #5

    Re: Would would save Mick on Saturday?

    Quote Originally Posted by Undercoverinwurzelland View Post
    A win?
    A convincing win?
    A draw?
    Another "encouraging" performance even if we lose?
    Actually scoring a goal?
    Anything, because they're not actually going to sack him whatever happens?
    Jesus is his only hope.

  6. #6

    Re: Would would save Mick on Saturday?

    If we turned into Barcelona from about 2010.

  7. #7

    Re: Would would save Mick on Saturday?

    He'll be here until the international break regardless

  8. #8

    Re: Would would save Mick on Saturday?

    I wonder if a lot is in play , player under performances , pay out of MM contract , potential extra costs of new managers /coaches ,funds for new players every new manager wants , in the background is a £15 million Sala transfer liability hanging over the club and the impact Covid had on the revneues and FFP.

  9. #9

    Re: Would would save Mick on Saturday?

    Quote Originally Posted by gabbsthenewt View Post
    Edward Woodward would
    Whoops!

  10. #10

    Re: Would would save Mick on Saturday?

    A thumping win against middlesborough - even then it's only a maybe.

  11. #11

    Re: Would would save Mick on Saturday?

    I suspect a loss might be enough for him to go with maybe some reduced settlement. To be honest that would be the best result for Cardiff.

  12. #12

    Re: Would would save Mick on Saturday?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rjk View Post
    A thumping win against middlesborough - even then it's only a maybe.


    Lets try and keep this post serious .

  13. #13

    Re: Would would save Mick on Saturday?

    I think avoiding defeat.

    They clearly feel he still has something to offer or he would have left after WBA, certainly after Swansea.

    The board are also conscious of the financial outlay but that can only be a primary concern if they don't actually feel we are being relegated.

    Personally the team has relegation with a whimper all over it at the moment and I'd be concerned that each week this goes on the harder it will be for a new manager to fully turn it around.

    Letting in goals for days, not scoring, no goal in first half, one goal against basically ends us, no one is confident, lack of leaders beyond the captain who has been well out of form himself.

    The last point is annoying as for a few seasons we had loads.

  14. #14

    Re: Would would save Mick on Saturday?

    Quote Originally Posted by gabbsthenewt View Post
    Edward Woodward would
    What do you call a man with 3 trees on his head?

  15. #15

    Re: Would would save Mick on Saturday?

    IMHO his position with the vast majority of the fanbase was untenable the moment he picked 5 centre backs for a HOME game.
    Completely unforgiveable even before then shipping four goals!

  16. #16

    Re: Would would save Mick on Saturday?

    I still feel he's the man to lead us to 20th....




    In league one

  17. #17

    Re: Would would save Mick on Saturday?

    Quote Originally Posted by Trigger View Post
    I think avoiding defeat.

    They clearly feel he still has something to offer or he would have left after WBA, certainly after Swansea.

    The board are also conscious of the financial outlay but that can only be a primary concern if they don't actually feel we are being relegated.

    Personally the team has relegation with a whimper all over it at the moment and I'd be concerned that each week this goes on the harder it will be for a new manager to fully turn it around.

    Letting in goals for days, not scoring, no goal in first half, one goal against basically ends us, no one is confident, lack of leaders beyond the captain who has been well out of form himself.

    The last point is annoying as for a few seasons we had loads.
    I think deep down he knows he has nothing more to offer Cardiff and should resign he is just hanging on to be sacked and receive a huge settlement. The honourable thing to do would be to resign with a much reduced settlement agreed with the board.

  18. #18

    Re: Would would save Mick on Saturday?

    I'm wondering if in these talks MM had with Tan, did he say, give me two more games and if i fail, I'll leave by mutual agreement, still poses 2 questions.
    What constitutes fail, has to be minimum of 2 draws or a win
    How much is the mutual agreement worth

  19. #19

    Re: Would would save Mick on Saturday?

    He needs to go

  20. #20

    Re: Would would save Mick on Saturday?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tuerto View Post
    Jesus is his only hope.
    when MM was asked if he would resign he said 'no, i'm here for the long ball'

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