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I think the results against man city and ***nal give us false hope that we were better than we actually are. We seem to lack the fight and aggression you see in other managers, burnley for instance ( wash my mouth out) say what you like about dyche but he knows now to get the best out of a team. Fortunatly for us there are worse teams. We havent over night become poor, as i said we've been blinded somewhat by recent results.I still believe as ive said lots of times AK is not the guy for this team to go forward and amazes me how many turn from his supporters to his haters after a defeat..at least i have been consistant in my views.

 

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A well thought out and reasoned response Gephind, as always.

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