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Former manager Micky Adams says he will not be taking up a Director of Football position at Vale Park. Adams has been strongly linked with such a role but he told the Sentinel newspaper that although he has been advising the club in recent weeks he is not going to take up a permanent role. […]

 

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This is ominous, in that last week it was clear that Micky was looking at a role but not that of Manager. So at that point clearly his business commitments would have allowed him to participate in a role. The fact that he has now withdrawn and given his reasons does not add up to him considering a role last week.

 

His reference to needing everyone pulling together is the strongest possible hint that there remains a dangerous split in the camp.

 

Any new Manager coming into this is really walking into the Lion's Den. Let's hope he can survive and prosper.

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This is ominous, in that last week it was clear that Micky was looking at a role but not that of Manager. So at that point clearly his business commitments would have allowed him to participate in a role. The fact that he has now withdrawn and given his reasons does not add up to him considering a role last week.

 

His reference to needing everyone pulling together is the strongest possible hint that there remains a dangerous split in the camp.

 

Any new Manager coming into this is really walking into the Lion's Den. Let's hope he can survive and prosper.

 

 

 

 

Totally agree - MA is a shrewd man and would not turn this down for no reason. That is why he had a look for a few games - either he thinks the club is too rotten to fix or more likely was not convinced he would be allowed a free hand to make the changes needed - or more probably a little of each.

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i’m glad Adams is not coming back

 

Without taking any respect away from him and the terrific job he did before, I also think it is the right decision (maybe for the wrong reasons !) and Aspo does not need him.

If Rudgey comes back instead, great - but do we need a D of F if the manager is given proper support and a CEO like Garlick (who has improved things) is in place ?

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This is ominous, in that last week it was clear that Micky was looking at a role but not that of Manager. So at that point clearly his business commitments would have allowed him to participate in a role. The fact that he has now withdrawn and given his reasons does not add up to him considering a role last week.

 

His reference to needing everyone pulling together is the strongest possible hint that there remains a dangerous split in the camp.

 

Any new Manager coming into this is really walking into the Lion's Den. Let's hope he can survive and prosper.

 

I'm pretty sure Adams made this decision a while ago.

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This is ominous, in that last week it was clear that Micky was looking at a role but not that of Manager. So at that point clearly his business commitments would have allowed him to participate in a role. The fact that he has now withdrawn and given his reasons does not add up to him considering a role last week.

 

His reference to needing everyone pulling together is the strongest possible hint that there remains a dangerous split in the camp.

 

Any new Manager coming into this is really walking into the Lion's Den. Let's hope he can survive and prosper.

 

Not necessarily - maybe potential managers had been saying that they wanted a free hand. If one of those is Aspo, then I wouldn't be surprised if his first port of call for advice would be Rudgie, even in an informal capacity.

 

If, on the other hand, he made the decision some time ago, then perhaps he didn't want to be part of the club in its present position, which could well reflect adversely on his consultancy. That, I agree, would be more worrying.

 

Anyway, if it's Aspo, we'll just all have to get right behind him.

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