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MSF Meeting - Neil Warnock appearance!! Questions on a postcard.

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On 10/10/2020 at 8:13 PM, Changing Times said:

Ow Neil, where's Patrick Roberts like?

Is he on International duty? at under 18/19/20/21...I don't know...There must be a reason, Maybe Ferret knows?

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What is the clubs positioning on the league re-structure?

To Warnock, what is his role in developing the club for the long term.

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31 minutes ago, Humpty said:

What is the clubs positioning on the league re-structure?

To Warnock, what is his role in developing the club for the long term.


Easy  

The chairman is very excited about the league restructure and see’s it’s a positive step.

Warnock is here to balance the squad identify its weaknesses and improve it for the next manager. (Woodgate?)

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Were the club asked about their position on the Big Picture Project and why it is what it is?

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5 hours ago, Maccarone said:

Do we get any feedback from the meeting? Would be good to get an update 

We did indeed. Neil was incredibly funny, warm and more than happy to share his experiences and answer questions. The session was recorded and so there will be an an official write up and videos from the MSF! 

He admitted to reading oneBoro and wants the names of everyone who wanted him out. 🤣

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Hi Neil 👋

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45 minutes ago, Red Rocket said:

We did indeed. Neil was incredibly funny, warm and more than happy to share his experiences and answer questions. The session was recorded and so there will be an an official write up and videos from the MSF! 

He admitted to reading oneBoro and wants the names of everyone who wanted him out. 🤣

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