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    Quote Originally Posted by RailwayRowdy View Post
    To me, tha Accrington success story shows the results that continuity can achieve. The pair are obviously comfortable there, but have also been allowed to get on with the job in hand.

    Keith Hill, after a successful stint at Rochdale, left for Barnsley. Coleman left Accrington to replace him at Spotland. Both were relieved of their duties after a year or so as instant success did not follow.

    Both had not become poor managers overnight, as was proved when returning to their former clubs.

    Club owners need to support their chosen manager if any chance of relative success is likely to follow.

    Over to you Mr. Smurfthwaite.
    Quick let's get Michael Brown back

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heatwave View Post
    I think you mean 'IF we have four losses in a row'.
    Not necessarily this season but I do mean “when” that’s when people get trigger happy and need to hold their nerve.

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