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Lucky, lucky Fullerton!

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Let's face it, at any normal club Fullerton would have been sacked this week. Eleven League games without a win, culminating in the dreadful defeat at bottom four side Havant. Shocking, uninspired performances.  So called strikers who NEVER score. Football even duller and more boring than even " Mr Negative" Heath could serve up. No substitutes, no plan B. Not a single sign that he has any idea how to turn things around.

The window of a fortnight between League games was the ideal chance to make a change and get a new manager in before the vital home game against Dover.

But Fullerton is so lucky that dithering Dave does nothing. Bosomworth will only take action when it is too late.

 

 

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Aspin and Heath had much longer win less runs.

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4 minutes ago, Caygillwashere said:

More entertaining though.

Well, that is debatable especially regarding Heath.

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Bad maybe Trev, but better . . . we also scored and cheered too.

Plus he spoke to the Press, until Dave banned him.

Edited by Caygillwashere

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The negatives call him dithering Dave but I will hazard a guess that he is 10x the business man the negatives will be. Probably too busy dithering about whether to take a risk 

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18 minutes ago, johngrantsnumber1 said:

The negatives call him dithering Dave but I will hazard a guess that he is 10x the business man the negatives will be. Probably too busy dithering about whether to take a risk 

Well, that is obvious, £100m did not fall into his lap.

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1 hour ago, Shaytrev said:

Aspin and Heath had much longer win less runs.

So did Chris Wilder

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Just now, AndyStafford said:

So did Chris Wilder

And every other manager we have had.

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3 hours ago, Shaytrev said:

Aspin and Heath had much longer win less runs.

Not sure about Aspin but we never went 12 league games without a win under Heath, thats the run were currently on.

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1 hour ago, awaydays said:

Nothing to be gained by changing the manager. 

If the manager shows he is trying to change things then I agree * at this point *

After we have played Dover however it may be different if performances at the very least haven’t picked up.

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On 08/11/2018, 21:19:45, awaydays said:

Nothing to be gained by changing the manager. 

Our top flight non league football?

Edited by Shaymen2008
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On 08/11/2018, 23:04:18, greygoose said:

Not sure about Aspin but we never went 12 league games without a win under Heath, thats the run were currently on.

2 wins in 21 cost Heath his job , 11 games without a win then won 2 back to back and then failed to win in any of his last 8 games .

Hopefully today will give everyone at the club a lift , win the replay and we are 90 minutes away from being in the hat for round 3 .

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On 08/11/2018, 23:04:18, greygoose said:

Not sure about Aspin but we never went 12 league games without a win under Heath, thats the run were currently on.

I asked a fellow fan at Morecambe and he said Heath went around 20 games without a win.

Check the stats. 

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Credit where credits due, good result and performance today. In the hat for the 2nd round and Dover at home next week. We really need to win that one!

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19 minutes ago, Shaytrev said:

I asked a fellow fan at Morecambe and he said Heath went around 20 games without a win.

Check the stats. 

Billy Heath left the club on 31 January 2018. His record just prior to that was just one win in eight games (FA Trophy victory over Macclesfield Town). That run had been preceded by consecutive victories over Chester and Aldershot, and prior to that (excluding the County Cup matches), the side had gone twelve matches without a win. So since defeating Bromley on 23 September 2017, Heath's record was three wins from 22 matches.   

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