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How long will Roeder get if we make a poor start to the season?With re-set Poll!!

Needs to be given till the Jan window at least.
Look at the overall pic including Europe and whether we are playing good football. 6-7 months.
At the very least he deserves one full season as long as there is no relegation worries.
He is the wrong man for the job get him oot as soon as there is another good candidate.
I've seen enough already. Roeder out.

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Offline BottledDog

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Re: The Roeder Question.
« Reply #150 on: Sunday 15 October 2006, 06:57:28 pm »
While today was poor we have Middlesborough, Charlton and Sheffield United in our next 3 games, if we can win atleast 2 of them then I'm fine with Roeder carrying on as I truly believe he'll come good in the end.

Good God! I thought you were joking in your other posts.  :lol:

What on earth in Roeder's career gives you any basis for that belief?
"Newcastle is a strange club and I don't know what else you can say about them" - Ferguson.

The Fox

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Re: The Roeder Question.
« Reply #151 on: Sunday 15 October 2006, 07:00:13 pm »
Our understrength squad will be stretched. The injuries will resurface and as the yellow cards mount, suspensions will occur.
We do not have a large enough quality squad for this campaign.
Mind you we've got Dyer to return :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
If you believe Roeder will come good, there's a fair chance you believe in Santa Claus. bluesigh.gif bluesigh.gif bluesigh.gif

Offline Slugsy

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Re: The Roeder Question.
« Reply #152 on: Sunday 15 October 2006, 07:01:28 pm »
While today was poor we have Middlesborough, Charlton and Sheffield United in our next 3 games, if we can win atleast 2 of them then I'm fine with Roeder carrying on as I truly believe he'll come good in the end.

Good God! I thought you were joking in your other posts. :lol:

What on earth in Roeder's career gives you any basis for that belief?

I was thinking the same thing - given not only his past career but the performances and results this season there is absolutely no basis for believing we will get those wins other than blind hope!

Offline Parky

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Re: The Roeder Question.
« Reply #153 on: Sunday 15 October 2006, 07:02:38 pm »
Agreed Fox, people are forgetting our other worries, the immediate one's are looking so bad that is.

Amanda

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Re: The Roeder Question.
« Reply #154 on: Sunday 15 October 2006, 07:30:42 pm »
Jan window, see how it is going.  Do not understand why he does not play Rossi.  He scored 43 goals in 42 games.  Realise that they are lesser ones, but why get him if he does not intend to use him.   Does he think he is right all the time.   Being beaten by Bolton is one thing, everytime they go forward they look like they will score is another.

Offline JH

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Re: The Roeder Question.
« Reply #155 on: Sunday 15 October 2006, 07:32:26 pm »
If you believe Roeder will come good, there's a fair chance you believe in Santa Claus.

Don't be so childish and stupid...Roeder coming good? ;)

Amanda

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Re: The Roeder Question.
« Reply #156 on: Sunday 15 October 2006, 07:42:56 pm »
If the home gate drops, it might come sooner.   

pedros-mighty-chin

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Re: The Roeder Question.
« Reply #157 on: Sunday 15 October 2006, 08:02:41 pm »
While today was poor we have Middlesborough, Charlton and Sheffield United in our next 3 games, if we can win atleast 2 of them then I'm fine with Roeder carrying on as I truly believe he'll come good in the end.

are you for f***ing real ! if thats the best we can hope for then I'll slit my f***ing throat.

smoggeordie

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Re: The Roeder Question.
« Reply #158 on: Sunday 15 October 2006, 08:04:44 pm »
There should be absolutely no excuses for not getting 9 points from our next 3 games

Offline Tom_NUFC

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Re: The Roeder Question.
« Reply #159 on: Sunday 15 October 2006, 08:31:02 pm »
I'll give him a little while longer, but if things don't improve I'm afraid he's going to have to go sooner rather than later.

He wasn't my choice, but as time went on last season, it became fairly clear he was going to be given the job, and when he was, my feelings were, OK he wasn't who I wanted, but on the job he did he deserved the chance and I decided that I'd support him. But things just aren't working, and although I want and hope things will turn around, it has to happen soon, otherwise we're going to be in real trouble.

As a person, I like him, and I don't want things to turn nasty towards him. He does at least care about the club and is a genuine bloke, unlike that nasty piece of work Souness. However, nice bloke or not, if he can't get the results, he has to go. We can't afford to be added to his 7th place and then relegated list.

Kenton Magpie

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Re: The Roeder Question.
« Reply #160 on: Sunday 15 October 2006, 08:37:15 pm »
He's had too long, he's had the whole summer to strengthen the squad and my God didnt he do that great, we havent produced a good display at home this season and our form away is just as poor barring West Ham, time do to and when he does FS can p*ss off in arl!

Offline Raconteur

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Re: The Roeder Question.
« Reply #161 on: Monday 16 October 2006, 01:27:49 am »
I was a fairly strong supporter of Roeder, a combination of his good caretaker form and the sure and certain knowledge that we wouldn't be able to attract a better candidate (based on the debacle after SBR's sacking.)

I supported him through a bad transfer period, doubts only rising in the last week or two of the window as he continued to fail to strenthen the squad.

But I have to say it's not so much the lack of strengthening that is doing my head in now, but the truly s**** football we are playing. For the first half hour yesterday we played like a real football team, on the deck, reasonably paced rathen than kick and rush, good movement - I was thinking it's the best football I've seen us play this season.

But then Bolton switched on and started playing, we panicked and never looked like holding onto our lead. When Diouf got his double, was there a single fan watching who thought we could come back from there?

As thin and lacking in quality as our squad is, a good manager can inspire his players, and make the team greater than the sum of its parts. Roeder can't do that, simple as that.
Steve Bruce: Ashley Enabler

Offline Parky

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Re: The Roeder Question.
« Reply #162 on: Sunday 22 October 2006, 09:53:23 pm »
See if we can get a few more votes logged on this one after today. :)