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A home for all Match Day threads for the 2019/20 season

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    • Warnock has saved us, to be fair to him. Yes the football is dire. Yes he's a bit of a ***. But he's turned around the diabolical decisions of the Monk, Pulis, and Woodgate eras and made us competitive again. One more year. Let him keep consolidating the turnaround. Then, we move forward. That's the hope. 
    • I don't just want to be in the Premier League either, I'd rather we were there to accomplish something, to help us win trophies, to compete with the very best. No, we'll probably never have the resources some clubs have but we've proved in the past we don't need that. There's no reason we should be scoffing at a long-term plan that sees us challenging for European football places. You can absolutely make and adjust plans for the future whilst dealing with the short-term goals right now. Duvel was literally asking what our ultimate goals are and I think @Smokedsalmon is spot on to say we should be aiming high, be ambitious. You can still do that whilst dealing with the here and now. Our problem is we're so focused in on the short-term aim of getting promoted we couldn't give a toss what happens afterwards. If it's Warnock who takes us up, it could very well be Warnock who takes us back down too.
    • I think that it is a long term plan because I’m convinced that Blackwell and Jepson will take over when Warnock retires. If I’m right it is a long term plan whether people like it or not. It is far better than lurching from one kind of manager to a different kind every time we hit a bad patch as has been pointed out on here by several posters. It provides a long term plan with an identity of how we play. It won’t provide what I call “fannying about football” but it would provide everything else that people have been crying out for since Karanka left.
    • Ambition and style aren’t the same thing though. Warnock is a sign of ambition it shows we want to try and go up. It’s not going to be nice on the eye but that’s style. Alternatively we could play nice football and accept 12th place by appointing someone like Mogga. That would show no ambition. as for Europe we are miles away from that. Wolves are what 12th and look at the quality of players they have and how much they have spent.
    • Warnock must of received assurances on signings in the summer as he won't of been staying otherwise. If we aren't promoted this year we will be trying to replicate what he did at QPR next season 
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