UPDATE: Oxford United confirm boss Chris Wilder set for Portsmouth talks

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Oxford United have given Chris Wilder permission to speak with Portsmouth about their vacant manager's position.

Interviews to replace Guy Whittingham, who was sacked last week, are due to begin today.

United chairman Ian Lenagan said: "We have allowed Chris Wilder to speak to Portsmouth, partly out of respect for Chris’ long service at Oxford United and partly because we want our manager to be at Oxford United because he has the desire to be here, not because we prevent him speaking to other clubs.

"Chris and I have been entirely straightforward with each other and from the board’s point of view we have made it abundantly clear that that we want him to continue doing the good job he has been doing at Oxford United.”

Lenagan also hit out at the approach becoming public on Saturday and blamed Portsmouth for the leak.

He said: “There are ways of doing these things properly, and we feel that the timing of the approach by Portsmouth, and the leaking of that approach on a matchday – whoever was responsible for that - was not doing things properly.

"It is a tribute to Chris Wilder’s professionalism that he remained 100 per cent focused on the job at hand, but I will be writing to Portsmouth’s board about what happened.”

Wilder, who has guided the U's to the top of League Two, is on Pompey's shortlist, which decreased yesterday after Newport County rejected an approach for Justin Edinburgh.

But he is not the favourite to take the post at Fratton Park, with bookmakers still having ex-Crawley Town boss Richie Barker as the clear front runner.

A poll on the Oxford Mail website yesterday revealed almost three-quarters of voters were in favour of the club doing what they could to keep Wilder, who has been in charge for almost five years.

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11:06am Tue 3 Dec 13

Sid Snakey says...

Well done guys, looks like the "Wilder Out!" brigade might be about to finally achieve their goal..?

I expect you're all delighted with this news, and I look forward to hearing all your favoured candidates to replace him.

Just remember, if Wilder leaves this week, he will leave a team top of the table, so presumably given how rubbish you all think he is and how "lucky" he's been this season and how poor the league is and how we should be easily beating the other teams, then presumably the new manager will have no difficulty at all in quickly creating a nice distance between us and the "very poor" rest of the division, and we can perhaps already start to celebrate our crowning as champions?
Well done guys, looks like the "Wilder Out!" brigade might be about to finally achieve their goal..? I expect you're all delighted with this news, and I look forward to hearing all your favoured candidates to replace him. Just remember, if Wilder leaves this week, he will leave a team top of the table, so presumably given how rubbish you all think he is and how "lucky" he's been this season and how poor the league is and how we should be easily beating the other teams, then presumably the new manager will have no difficulty at all in quickly creating a nice distance between us and the "very poor" rest of the division, and we can perhaps already start to celebrate our crowning as champions? Sid Snakey

11:22am Tue 3 Dec 13

BigAlBiker says...

Christmas has come early.
Christmas has come early. BigAlBiker

11:24am Tue 3 Dec 13

BigYellowScarf says...

Sid Snakey wrote:
Well done guys, looks like the "Wilder Out!" brigade might be about to finally achieve their goal..?

I expect you're all delighted with this news, and I look forward to hearing all your favoured candidates to replace him.

Just remember, if Wilder leaves this week, he will leave a team top of the table, so presumably given how rubbish you all think he is and how "lucky" he's been this season and how poor the league is and how we should be easily beating the other teams, then presumably the new manager will have no difficulty at all in quickly creating a nice distance between us and the "very poor" rest of the division, and we can perhaps already start to celebrate our crowning as champions?
Well said, Sid Snakey. I too look forward to seeing the – curiously never named – alternatives to CW. Presumably they’ll be one of the other 23 League Two managers who are doing so much better than him – oh, hang on… Or one of the others elsewhere who are available because for some reason they didn’t last in their jobs as long as he has – oh, hang on... Or one of those – curiously never named – “young, bright, ambitious managers” who have proved themselves capable of managing at this level and higher – oh, hang on…

If we do lose him, let’s hope those supporters who have the childlike belief that someone new will wave a magic wand won’t be disillusioned too soon. And let’s hope that if we have a new manager he’ll have CW’s ability to create such a unified, committed spirit in the squad. Not many managers can.
[quote][p][bold]Sid Snakey[/bold] wrote: Well done guys, looks like the "Wilder Out!" brigade might be about to finally achieve their goal..? I expect you're all delighted with this news, and I look forward to hearing all your favoured candidates to replace him. Just remember, if Wilder leaves this week, he will leave a team top of the table, so presumably given how rubbish you all think he is and how "lucky" he's been this season and how poor the league is and how we should be easily beating the other teams, then presumably the new manager will have no difficulty at all in quickly creating a nice distance between us and the "very poor" rest of the division, and we can perhaps already start to celebrate our crowning as champions?[/p][/quote]Well said, Sid Snakey. I too look forward to seeing the – curiously never named – alternatives to CW. Presumably they’ll be one of the other 23 League Two managers who are doing so much better than him – oh, hang on… Or one of the others elsewhere who are available because for some reason they didn’t last in their jobs as long as he has – oh, hang on... Or one of those – curiously never named – “young, bright, ambitious managers” who have proved themselves capable of managing at this level and higher – oh, hang on… If we do lose him, let’s hope those supporters who have the childlike belief that someone new will wave a magic wand won’t be disillusioned too soon. And let’s hope that if we have a new manager he’ll have CW’s ability to create such a unified, committed spirit in the squad. Not many managers can. BigYellowScarf

11:27am Tue 3 Dec 13

Open your eyes says...

Let's wait and see the real reasons he was allowed to speak with rival clubs.
Let's wait and see the real reasons he was allowed to speak with rival clubs. Open your eyes

11:30am Tue 3 Dec 13

tws says...

Good post Sid & I'm pleased the club have allowed CW to talk to Pompey!
Now he can turn them down, come back & get back on with the job, (on going) to get promotion to League 1.
What ever any doubters of CW think I really believe loyalty is too high in his make-up to leave for another club, lower than us!!!
He's got a small but very versatile squad capable of at least a top three finish, all be it small but I'm sure he'd of liked a player or two on loan to help the injuries. (What manager wouldn't???).
I got the impression the chairman thinks the small squad is enough but injuries hit every team & aren't we having our share?
Sort the home form out & hope the injury crisis eases & promotion looks a strong possibility.
My prediction, CW will stay & guide us to League 1, get the prayer mat out!!
Good post Sid & I'm pleased the club have allowed CW to talk to Pompey! Now he can turn them down, come back & get back on with the job, (on going) to get promotion to League 1. What ever any doubters of CW think I really believe loyalty is too high in his make-up to leave for another club, lower than us!!! He's got a small but very versatile squad capable of at least a top three finish, all be it small but I'm sure he'd of liked a player or two on loan to help the injuries. (What manager wouldn't???). I got the impression the chairman thinks the small squad is enough but injuries hit every team & aren't we having our share? Sort the home form out & hope the injury crisis eases & promotion looks a strong possibility. My prediction, CW will stay & guide us to League 1, get the prayer mat out!! tws

11:38am Tue 3 Dec 13

BigAlBiker says...

Ian Holloway, bring him in, at least the press conferences would be worth watching.
Ian Holloway, bring him in, at least the press conferences would be worth watching. BigAlBiker

11:38am Tue 3 Dec 13

OUFC 4 EVA says...

BigAlBiker wrote:
Christmas has come early.
you really don't know absolutely anything about football do you Alan!!! CW has got us to the top of table with a great chance of promotion this year and all the narrow minded muppets like you want him out cause we've had a few bad performances at home? If we continue our stunning away form then the home form can suffer a bit as our league position proves!
[quote][p][bold]BigAlBiker[/bold] wrote: Christmas has come early.[/p][/quote]you really don't know absolutely anything about football do you Alan!!! CW has got us to the top of table with a great chance of promotion this year and all the narrow minded muppets like you want him out cause we've had a few bad performances at home? If we continue our stunning away form then the home form can suffer a bit as our league position proves! OUFC 4 EVA

11:54am Tue 3 Dec 13

Pompey Fandango says...

Pompey fan here, I cannot think why your man would leave a team clearly favorites to win the league and come to us, yes we have a bigger ground and fan base but we still have no money to spend on transfers and even if we did teh leagu has put an injunction in the way and we cannot sign players for a fee. I believe it will be Richie Barker and side kick Steve Coppell who will get the job.
Pompey fan here, I cannot think why your man would leave a team clearly favorites to win the league and come to us, yes we have a bigger ground and fan base but we still have no money to spend on transfers and even if we did teh leagu has put an injunction in the way and we cannot sign players for a fee. I believe it will be Richie Barker and side kick Steve Coppell who will get the job. Pompey Fandango

11:58am Tue 3 Dec 13

BigAlBiker says...

OUFC 4 EVA wrote:
BigAlBiker wrote:
Christmas has come early.
you really don't know absolutely anything about football do you Alan!!! CW has got us to the top of table with a great chance of promotion this year and all the narrow minded muppets like you want him out cause we've had a few bad performances at home? If we continue our stunning away form then the home form can suffer a bit as our league position proves!
Correct, i know nothing about football at all apart from playing it in my youth, supporting the mighty yellows for some 41 years, going to watch numerous teams all over the country as a football fan, nope i know f**k all about footy.

But i do know Wilder is a donkey, tactilly he has no idea, and as for getting the correct players in to win the league he has failed, ok were top of the table but this is not a sprint, its a marathon through the winter months with pitches like bogs, hopefully i shall be proved wrong and we go up automatically, but with donkey and his mates in charge i dont think so.
[quote][p][bold]OUFC 4 EVA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BigAlBiker[/bold] wrote: Christmas has come early.[/p][/quote]you really don't know absolutely anything about football do you Alan!!! CW has got us to the top of table with a great chance of promotion this year and all the narrow minded muppets like you want him out cause we've had a few bad performances at home? If we continue our stunning away form then the home form can suffer a bit as our league position proves![/p][/quote]Correct, i know nothing about football at all apart from playing it in my youth, supporting the mighty yellows for some 41 years, going to watch numerous teams all over the country as a football fan, nope i know f**k all about footy. But i do know Wilder is a donkey, tactilly he has no idea, and as for getting the correct players in to win the league he has failed, ok were top of the table but this is not a sprint, its a marathon through the winter months with pitches like bogs, hopefully i shall be proved wrong and we go up automatically, but with donkey and his mates in charge i dont think so. BigAlBiker

12:21pm Tue 3 Dec 13

Sid Snakey says...

Pompey Fandango wrote:
Pompey fan here, I cannot think why your man would leave a team clearly favorites to win the league and come to us, yes we have a bigger ground and fan base but we still have no money to spend on transfers and even if we did teh leagu has put an injunction in the way and we cannot sign players for a fee. I believe it will be Richie Barker and side kick Steve Coppell who will get the job.
He would leave because of a very vocal minority who hate him, and a contract hanging over his head which expires in April. If he fails to get Oxford promoted he will almost certainly be without a job come April.

I have also heard rumour that he and the Chairman no longer see eye to eye, but this is purely rumour.

I think however that Wilder feels he does not have the full recognition from the chairman or the fans for our current league position.

I would imagine that if Pompey make him a reasonable offer and a multi-year contract that he would go.
[quote][p][bold]Pompey Fandango[/bold] wrote: Pompey fan here, I cannot think why your man would leave a team clearly favorites to win the league and come to us, yes we have a bigger ground and fan base but we still have no money to spend on transfers and even if we did teh leagu has put an injunction in the way and we cannot sign players for a fee. I believe it will be Richie Barker and side kick Steve Coppell who will get the job.[/p][/quote]He would leave because of a very vocal minority who hate him, and a contract hanging over his head which expires in April. If he fails to get Oxford promoted he will almost certainly be without a job come April. I have also heard rumour that he and the Chairman no longer see eye to eye, but this is purely rumour. I think however that Wilder feels he does not have the full recognition from the chairman or the fans for our current league position. I would imagine that if Pompey make him a reasonable offer and a multi-year contract that he would go. Sid Snakey

12:36pm Tue 3 Dec 13

OUFC 4 EVA says...

BigAlBiker wrote:
OUFC 4 EVA wrote:
BigAlBiker wrote: Christmas has come early.
you really don't know absolutely anything about football do you Alan!!! CW has got us to the top of table with a great chance of promotion this year and all the narrow minded muppets like you want him out cause we've had a few bad performances at home? If we continue our stunning away form then the home form can suffer a bit as our league position proves!
Correct, i know nothing about football at all apart from playing it in my youth, supporting the mighty yellows for some 41 years, going to watch numerous teams all over the country as a football fan, nope i know f**k all about footy. But i do know Wilder is a donkey, tactilly he has no idea, and as for getting the correct players in to win the league he has failed, ok were top of the table but this is not a sprint, its a marathon through the winter months with pitches like bogs, hopefully i shall be proved wrong and we go up automatically, but with donkey and his mates in charge i dont think so.
And the nonsense spouted in the second paragraph proves my point! What a tool you are!
[quote][p][bold]BigAlBiker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OUFC 4 EVA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BigAlBiker[/bold] wrote: Christmas has come early.[/p][/quote]you really don't know absolutely anything about football do you Alan!!! CW has got us to the top of table with a great chance of promotion this year and all the narrow minded muppets like you want him out cause we've had a few bad performances at home? If we continue our stunning away form then the home form can suffer a bit as our league position proves![/p][/quote]Correct, i know nothing about football at all apart from playing it in my youth, supporting the mighty yellows for some 41 years, going to watch numerous teams all over the country as a football fan, nope i know f**k all about footy. But i do know Wilder is a donkey, tactilly he has no idea, and as for getting the correct players in to win the league he has failed, ok were top of the table but this is not a sprint, its a marathon through the winter months with pitches like bogs, hopefully i shall be proved wrong and we go up automatically, but with donkey and his mates in charge i dont think so.[/p][/quote]And the nonsense spouted in the second paragraph proves my point! What a tool you are! OUFC 4 EVA

1:08pm Tue 3 Dec 13

Manor Born says...

If CW were to go to Portsmouth - and it is still very much IF, he will leave behind a team that could be on the verge of great success. We are well-placed in this league and could easily go on to secure promotion this season.

A new manager coming in will be in the unusual position of taking over a team doing well - its normally teams underperforming looking for new managers. As for who should replace him should he go? That is not for us to decide. We can all have our opinions, but the most imporat thing is the club follow proper procedure, have a full and comprehensive interview process and appoint the right man for the job. Someone who can build on CW's progress this season get us playing with a bit more ambition at home & not talk us down whilst bigging up the opposition - Chesterfield springs instantly to mind here.

For all those saying, who we should replace CW with, cast your minds back to the last time we appointed a manager. Did anyone say "Chris Wilder is our man" (apart from those who mattered - the then-chairman & Jim Smith)? No, almost everybody said "Chris who?"

Should CW go, he should go with our thanks for gettng us out of the Conference and for building a squad (even if small) that is capable of winning promotion this season. Would it be the right decision for the club to allow him to go? At this moment in time, with the way things are, I actually think we have the best man for the job - hence why the likes of Pompey are looking at him. Should the club pull out all the stops to prevent his departure? No.

Personally, I think CW will stay. He's only done half the job here. He wants to win things and at the moment, we are in a better position to be able to give him that. He achieves promotion with us, and his stock rises even higher.

Pompey are a huge club, with huge potential, but the still have millstones around their necks - their playing budget is greatly reduced by having to pay off ex-players such as DK. They still owe almost £7 million. However, he may feel that given such hostility towards him (despite his success so far this season), the uncertainty of what will happen come April, if Pompey offer him security of a three-year contract, he may well decide his future is elsewhere.

WHO PORTSMOUTH OWE AND HOW MUCH

DAVID NUGENT

£143,250 - 40 monthly payments of £3,581.25.

DAVID JAMES

£145,921.90 – 40 months of £3,648.05.

KANU

£155,314.50 – three lump-sum payments of £51,771.50 in March 2014, 2015 and 2016.

BENJANI

£214,572.73 – 40 months of £5,364.32.

HAYDEN MULLINS

£632,281.32 – 28 monthly payments of £21,867.19. One lump-sum payment of £20,000 in January 2016.

AARON MOKOENA

£288,844.80 – 40 months of £7,225.92.

DAVID NORRIS

£182,729.92 – 40 months of £4,568.26.

ARUNA DINDANE

£176,245.03 – 40 months of £4,406.13.

LUKE VARNEY

£153,818 – 40 months of £3,845.

ERIK HUSEKLEPP

£40,000 – lump-sum payment of £20,000 in January 2014 and January 2015.

HASSAN YEBDA

£264,491.44 – 40 months of £6,612.29.

STEPHEN HENDERSON

£42,935.86 – 40 month of 1,073.40.

GREG HALFORD

£162,802.76 – 40 months of £4,070.07.

RICARDO ROCHA

£165,136.61 – 40 months of £4,128.40.

JAMIE ASHDOWN

£78,731.92 – 40 months of £1,968.30.

JASON PEARCE

£29,162.51 – 40 months of £729.06.

HERMANN HREIDARSSON

£42,935.86 – 40 months of £1,073.40.

KELVIN ETUHU

£3,000 – one payment made on Aug 30, 2013.

JOEL WARD

£20,206.57 – 40 months of £505.16.

STEVE FINNAN

£88,312.50 – 40 months of £2,207.81.

MICHAEL BROWN

£472,375 – lump-sum payment of £200,000 on Aug 30, 2013. 40 months of £6,809.38.

RICHARD HUGHES

£372,484.42 – lump-sum payment of £200,000 on Aug 30, 2013. 40 months of £4,312.11.

LIAM LAWRENCE

£616,666.54 – lump-sum payment of £200,000 on Aug 30, 2013. 40 months of £10,416.67.

DAVE KITSON

£608,333.36 – lump-sum payment of £150,000 on Aug 30, 2013. 40 months of £11,458.33.

TAL BEN HAIM

£1,633,333.36 – lump-sum payments of £650,000 on Aug 30, 2013 and £150,000 on Aug 31, 2014. 40 months of £20,833.33.
If CW were to go to Portsmouth - and it is still very much IF, he will leave behind a team that could be on the verge of great success. We are well-placed in this league and could easily go on to secure promotion this season. A new manager coming in will be in the unusual position of taking over a team doing well - its normally teams underperforming looking for new managers. As for who should replace him should he go? That is not for us to decide. We can all have our opinions, but the most imporat thing is the club follow proper procedure, have a full and comprehensive interview process and appoint the right man for the job. Someone who can build on CW's progress this season get us playing with a bit more ambition at home & not talk us down whilst bigging up the opposition - Chesterfield springs instantly to mind here. For all those saying, who we should replace CW with, cast your minds back to the last time we appointed a manager. Did anyone say "Chris Wilder is our man" (apart from those who mattered - the then-chairman & Jim Smith)? No, almost everybody said "Chris who?" Should CW go, he should go with our thanks for gettng us out of the Conference and for building a squad (even if small) that is capable of winning promotion this season. Would it be the right decision for the club to allow him to go? At this moment in time, with the way things are, I actually think we have the best man for the job - hence why the likes of Pompey are looking at him. Should the club pull out all the stops to prevent his departure? No. Personally, I think CW will stay. He's only done half the job here. He wants to win things and at the moment, we are in a better position to be able to give him that. He achieves promotion with us, and his stock rises even higher. Pompey are a huge club, with huge potential, but the still have millstones around their necks - their playing budget is greatly reduced by having to pay off ex-players such as DK. They still owe almost £7 million. However, he may feel that given such hostility towards him (despite his success so far this season), the uncertainty of what will happen come April, if Pompey offer him security of a three-year contract, he may well decide his future is elsewhere. WHO PORTSMOUTH OWE AND HOW MUCH DAVID NUGENT £143,250 - 40 monthly payments of £3,581.25. DAVID JAMES £145,921.90 – 40 months of £3,648.05. KANU £155,314.50 – three lump-sum payments of £51,771.50 in March 2014, 2015 and 2016. BENJANI £214,572.73 – 40 months of £5,364.32. HAYDEN MULLINS £632,281.32 – 28 monthly payments of £21,867.19. One lump-sum payment of £20,000 in January 2016. AARON MOKOENA £288,844.80 – 40 months of £7,225.92. DAVID NORRIS £182,729.92 – 40 months of £4,568.26. ARUNA DINDANE £176,245.03 – 40 months of £4,406.13. LUKE VARNEY £153,818 – 40 months of £3,845. ERIK HUSEKLEPP £40,000 – lump-sum payment of £20,000 in January 2014 and January 2015. HASSAN YEBDA £264,491.44 – 40 months of £6,612.29. STEPHEN HENDERSON £42,935.86 – 40 month of 1,073.40. GREG HALFORD £162,802.76 – 40 months of £4,070.07. RICARDO ROCHA £165,136.61 – 40 months of £4,128.40. JAMIE ASHDOWN £78,731.92 – 40 months of £1,968.30. JASON PEARCE £29,162.51 – 40 months of £729.06. HERMANN HREIDARSSON £42,935.86 – 40 months of £1,073.40. KELVIN ETUHU £3,000 – one payment made on Aug 30, 2013. JOEL WARD £20,206.57 – 40 months of £505.16. STEVE FINNAN £88,312.50 – 40 months of £2,207.81. MICHAEL BROWN £472,375 – lump-sum payment of £200,000 on Aug 30, 2013. 40 months of £6,809.38. RICHARD HUGHES £372,484.42 – lump-sum payment of £200,000 on Aug 30, 2013. 40 months of £4,312.11. LIAM LAWRENCE £616,666.54 – lump-sum payment of £200,000 on Aug 30, 2013. 40 months of £10,416.67. DAVE KITSON £608,333.36 – lump-sum payment of £150,000 on Aug 30, 2013. 40 months of £11,458.33. TAL BEN HAIM £1,633,333.36 – lump-sum payments of £650,000 on Aug 30, 2013 and £150,000 on Aug 31, 2014. 40 months of £20,833.33. Manor Born

1:09pm Tue 3 Dec 13

ExiledinBristol says...

OUFC 4 EVA wrote:
BigAlBiker wrote:
OUFC 4 EVA wrote:
BigAlBiker wrote: Christmas has come early.
you really don't know absolutely anything about football do you Alan!!! CW has got us to the top of table with a great chance of promotion this year and all the narrow minded muppets like you want him out cause we've had a few bad performances at home? If we continue our stunning away form then the home form can suffer a bit as our league position proves!
Correct, i know nothing about football at all apart from playing it in my youth, supporting the mighty yellows for some 41 years, going to watch numerous teams all over the country as a football fan, nope i know f**k all about footy. But i do know Wilder is a donkey, tactilly he has no idea, and as for getting the correct players in to win the league he has failed, ok were top of the table but this is not a sprint, its a marathon through the winter months with pitches like bogs, hopefully i shall be proved wrong and we go up automatically, but with donkey and his mates in charge i dont think so.
And the nonsense spouted in the second paragraph proves my point! What a tool you are!
"Tactically no idea" - that's why we haven't lost away from home this season then.
"not a sprint" - correct, but we are 19 games in, not 5. Nearly half way through the season and top of the league. There are 23 other teams in the division that would happily swap with us.
[quote][p][bold]OUFC 4 EVA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BigAlBiker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OUFC 4 EVA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BigAlBiker[/bold] wrote: Christmas has come early.[/p][/quote]you really don't know absolutely anything about football do you Alan!!! CW has got us to the top of table with a great chance of promotion this year and all the narrow minded muppets like you want him out cause we've had a few bad performances at home? If we continue our stunning away form then the home form can suffer a bit as our league position proves![/p][/quote]Correct, i know nothing about football at all apart from playing it in my youth, supporting the mighty yellows for some 41 years, going to watch numerous teams all over the country as a football fan, nope i know f**k all about footy. But i do know Wilder is a donkey, tactilly he has no idea, and as for getting the correct players in to win the league he has failed, ok were top of the table but this is not a sprint, its a marathon through the winter months with pitches like bogs, hopefully i shall be proved wrong and we go up automatically, but with donkey and his mates in charge i dont think so.[/p][/quote]And the nonsense spouted in the second paragraph proves my point! What a tool you are![/p][/quote]"Tactically no idea" - that's why we haven't lost away from home this season then. "not a sprint" - correct, but we are 19 games in, not 5. Nearly half way through the season and top of the league. There are 23 other teams in the division that would happily swap with us. ExiledinBristol

1:19pm Tue 3 Dec 13

far far away says...

Why on earth would he want to leave Oxford for that cess-pit of a club? The ground is falling apart, the club has to pay loads of money to former players etc. It has had 7 managers in 5 years. It managed to avoid paying millions in tax by going into administration 4 times altogether!

In any event, because of the terms of Pompey's administration, IT IS NOT ALLOWED TO PAY COMPENSATION to any club for players or managers.
Why on earth would he want to leave Oxford for that cess-pit of a club? The ground is falling apart, the club has to pay loads of money to former players etc. It has had 7 managers in 5 years. It managed to avoid paying millions in tax by going into administration 4 times altogether! In any event, because of the terms of Pompey's administration, IT IS NOT ALLOWED TO PAY COMPENSATION to any club for players or managers. far far away

1:44pm Tue 3 Dec 13

BigAlBiker says...

Credit where credit is due, Wilder got us out of the poxy conferance where we were forced to play teams like Luton, thank god for that, but since we have been out its been a series of failures, one after the other, many people not just me have called for the managers head, just because right now we are top of the tree he seems to be a god, he is not, he has cleared out a load of players who were not good enough, and in some cases brought in numptys like Lewis Guy for example who cost us a fortune and did nothing, yes were top i say again, but we have the worst of the winter to play and we dont have the quality of player or the numbers of players to attract big crowds to help us, we WONT go up this year, we Will poss make the play off's but were still not good enough to win the league.

Wilder and his boys OUT OUT
Credit where credit is due, Wilder got us out of the poxy conferance where we were forced to play teams like Luton, thank god for that, but since we have been out its been a series of failures, one after the other, many people not just me have called for the managers head, just because right now we are top of the tree he seems to be a god, he is not, he has cleared out a load of players who were not good enough, and in some cases brought in numptys like Lewis Guy for example who cost us a fortune and did nothing, yes were top i say again, but we have the worst of the winter to play and we dont have the quality of player or the numbers of players to attract big crowds to help us, we WONT go up this year, we Will poss make the play off's but were still not good enough to win the league. Wilder and his boys OUT OUT BigAlBiker

1:54pm Tue 3 Dec 13

remberingthe80s says...

you guys seem to want to be of the Football Conference if cw goes which i bet he does, we will drop like a brick. mid table if we are lucky next year drop back to the Football Conference. when will you guys learn. getting someone like cw was i good chance to do some thing. i also belive if we drop back lan the chairman will leave, the club will be sold to someone not interested in the club just their pockets. we seem to have a history of blowing it all up. look a jim smith ect, when will you all learn.
lets hope for a good manger to keep us out the big drop. dean saunders is up for it? ex player did ok at other clubs.
you guys seem to want to be of the Football Conference if cw goes which i bet he does, we will drop like a brick. mid table if we are lucky next year drop back to the Football Conference. when will you guys learn. getting someone like cw was i good chance to do some thing. i also belive if we drop back lan the chairman will leave, the club will be sold to someone not interested in the club just their pockets. we seem to have a history of blowing it all up. look a jim smith ect, when will you all learn. lets hope for a good manger to keep us out the big drop. dean saunders is up for it? ex player did ok at other clubs. remberingthe80s

2:03pm Tue 3 Dec 13

Sid Snakey says...

far far away wrote:
Why on earth would he want to leave Oxford for that cess-pit of a club? The ground is falling apart, the club has to pay loads of money to former players etc. It has had 7 managers in 5 years. It managed to avoid paying millions in tax by going into administration 4 times altogether!

In any event, because of the terms of Pompey's administration, IT IS NOT ALLOWED TO PAY COMPENSATION to any club for players or managers.
You make good points. I guess the only logical answer to your first qustion is that in Chris' mind, the situation at Pompey is somehow less bad than his situation at Oxford.

I've alway felt he was quite sensitive to the attacks on him by some quarters, and it may be that he just can't stand the home games any more and wants out as soon as possible. It may also be that he's super angry that Leneghan won't give him a contract extension? Maybe his relationship with Leneghan has badly deteriorated?

If so, where does he go apart from a club with a managerial vacancy who wants him? And quite a big club at that. He's used to working in tight financial constraints after all.

On your second point, maybe Leneghan would let Wilder go on a "free"? Maybe Leneghan already has someone in mind to replace him?

There are also I'm sure other factors at play here that we are not privvy to, and will only emerge when someone writes their memoirs.
[quote][p][bold]far far away[/bold] wrote: Why on earth would he want to leave Oxford for that cess-pit of a club? The ground is falling apart, the club has to pay loads of money to former players etc. It has had 7 managers in 5 years. It managed to avoid paying millions in tax by going into administration 4 times altogether! In any event, because of the terms of Pompey's administration, IT IS NOT ALLOWED TO PAY COMPENSATION to any club for players or managers.[/p][/quote]You make good points. I guess the only logical answer to your first qustion is that in Chris' mind, the situation at Pompey is somehow less bad than his situation at Oxford. I've alway felt he was quite sensitive to the attacks on him by some quarters, and it may be that he just can't stand the home games any more and wants out as soon as possible. It may also be that he's super angry that Leneghan won't give him a contract extension? Maybe his relationship with Leneghan has badly deteriorated? If so, where does he go apart from a club with a managerial vacancy who wants him? And quite a big club at that. He's used to working in tight financial constraints after all. On your second point, maybe Leneghan would let Wilder go on a "free"? Maybe Leneghan already has someone in mind to replace him? There are also I'm sure other factors at play here that we are not privvy to, and will only emerge when someone writes their memoirs. Sid Snakey

2:16pm Tue 3 Dec 13

OUFC 4 EVA says...

ExiledinBristol wrote:
OUFC 4 EVA wrote:
BigAlBiker wrote:
OUFC 4 EVA wrote:
BigAlBiker wrote: Christmas has come early.
you really don't know absolutely anything about football do you Alan!!! CW has got us to the top of table with a great chance of promotion this year and all the narrow minded muppets like you want him out cause we've had a few bad performances at home? If we continue our stunning away form then the home form can suffer a bit as our league position proves!
Correct, i know nothing about football at all apart from playing it in my youth, supporting the mighty yellows for some 41 years, going to watch numerous teams all over the country as a football fan, nope i know f**k all about footy. But i do know Wilder is a donkey, tactilly he has no idea, and as for getting the correct players in to win the league he has failed, ok were top of the table but this is not a sprint, its a marathon through the winter months with pitches like bogs, hopefully i shall be proved wrong and we go up automatically, but with donkey and his mates in charge i dont think so.
And the nonsense spouted in the second paragraph proves my point! What a tool you are!
"Tactically no idea" - that's why we haven't lost away from home this season then. "not a sprint" - correct, but we are 19 games in, not 5. Nearly half way through the season and top of the league. There are 23 other teams in the division that would happily swap with us.
Finally someone else talking sense and realising that Alan the Bicycle man is talking rubbish!
[quote][p][bold]ExiledinBristol[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OUFC 4 EVA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BigAlBiker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OUFC 4 EVA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BigAlBiker[/bold] wrote: Christmas has come early.[/p][/quote]you really don't know absolutely anything about football do you Alan!!! CW has got us to the top of table with a great chance of promotion this year and all the narrow minded muppets like you want him out cause we've had a few bad performances at home? If we continue our stunning away form then the home form can suffer a bit as our league position proves![/p][/quote]Correct, i know nothing about football at all apart from playing it in my youth, supporting the mighty yellows for some 41 years, going to watch numerous teams all over the country as a football fan, nope i know f**k all about footy. But i do know Wilder is a donkey, tactilly he has no idea, and as for getting the correct players in to win the league he has failed, ok were top of the table but this is not a sprint, its a marathon through the winter months with pitches like bogs, hopefully i shall be proved wrong and we go up automatically, but with donkey and his mates in charge i dont think so.[/p][/quote]And the nonsense spouted in the second paragraph proves my point! What a tool you are![/p][/quote]"Tactically no idea" - that's why we haven't lost away from home this season then. "not a sprint" - correct, but we are 19 games in, not 5. Nearly half way through the season and top of the league. There are 23 other teams in the division that would happily swap with us.[/p][/quote]Finally someone else talking sense and realising that Alan the Bicycle man is talking rubbish! OUFC 4 EVA

2:19pm Tue 3 Dec 13

David J J says...

Comments by is it by Big Albiker ? (lol) are a sad inditement of a minority with a small view of the world of football. Maybe his name is a contradiction as he seems to have a small brain thats sees nothing further that reflects in the mirror he looks into.
No manager is perfect but what Chris Wilder has acheived in 5 years is remarkable really. The stadium issue and what the owner did to the club, very limited budget and through believing and stabilisation the club has resulted in being top of the league.
Consider other spending clubs like Luton stuck in conference, Portsmouth, great club but with massive debts and manager after manager.
Here if the owner backs the club, Oxford are on the verge of acheiving something special.
What a shame people like BigAl ( that name!!) continue to castigate instead of encouraging. Do some work on maybe changing your identity and give a fresh look at how hard the club and team are trying instead of beefing your self up!!
Comments by is it by Big Albiker ? (lol) are a sad inditement of a minority with a small view of the world of football. Maybe his name is a contradiction as he seems to have a small brain thats sees nothing further that reflects in the mirror he looks into. No manager is perfect but what Chris Wilder has acheived in 5 years is remarkable really. The stadium issue and what the owner did to the club, very limited budget and through believing and stabilisation the club has resulted in being top of the league. Consider other spending clubs like Luton stuck in conference, Portsmouth, great club but with massive debts and manager after manager. Here if the owner backs the club, Oxford are on the verge of acheiving something special. What a shame people like BigAl ( that name!!) continue to castigate instead of encouraging. Do some work on maybe changing your identity and give a fresh look at how hard the club and team are trying instead of beefing your self up!! David J J

2:23pm Tue 3 Dec 13

Sid Snakey says...

BigAlBiker wrote:
Credit where credit is due, Wilder got us out of the poxy conferance where we were forced to play teams like Luton, thank god for that, but since we have been out its been a series of failures, one after the other, many people not just me have called for the managers head, just because right now we are top of the tree he seems to be a god, he is not, he has cleared out a load of players who were not good enough, and in some cases brought in numptys like Lewis Guy for example who cost us a fortune and did nothing, yes were top i say again, but we have the worst of the winter to play and we dont have the quality of player or the numbers of players to attract big crowds to help us, we WONT go up this year, we Will poss make the play off's but were still not good enough to win the league.

Wilder and his boys OUT OUT
I totally disagree that it's not possible for us to go up this year. There isn't any team running away with it, and our goals for and against show we can out score and out defend anyone. We have a whole load of players who will return from injury over the winter.

Question BigAl, if you are so positive that with Wilder we WON'T get promoted, if we do replace him do you think we WILL get promoted?
[quote][p][bold]BigAlBiker[/bold] wrote: Credit where credit is due, Wilder got us out of the poxy conferance where we were forced to play teams like Luton, thank god for that, but since we have been out its been a series of failures, one after the other, many people not just me have called for the managers head, just because right now we are top of the tree he seems to be a god, he is not, he has cleared out a load of players who were not good enough, and in some cases brought in numptys like Lewis Guy for example who cost us a fortune and did nothing, yes were top i say again, but we have the worst of the winter to play and we dont have the quality of player or the numbers of players to attract big crowds to help us, we WONT go up this year, we Will poss make the play off's but were still not good enough to win the league. Wilder and his boys OUT OUT[/p][/quote]I totally disagree that it's not possible for us to go up this year. There isn't any team running away with it, and our goals for and against show we can out score and out defend anyone. We have a whole load of players who will return from injury over the winter. Question BigAl, if you are so positive that with Wilder we WON'T get promoted, if we do replace him do you think we WILL get promoted? Sid Snakey

2:24pm Tue 3 Dec 13

bigchet says...

there are a few detractors on here bab for example who conveniently forget that cw did not take us into the conference but got us out of it. larger clubs than us , luton for example prove that it is not an easy task .i really hope that cw decides to stay with us no disrespect to pompey but they are not the most attractive proposition at the moment. its also unfortunate timing when we have a vital cup game this week and must be disruptive to our preparations. good luck to chris whatever he decides and really hope he stays.
there are a few detractors on here bab for example who conveniently forget that cw did not take us into the conference but got us out of it. larger clubs than us , luton for example prove that it is not an easy task .i really hope that cw decides to stay with us no disrespect to pompey but they are not the most attractive proposition at the moment. its also unfortunate timing when we have a vital cup game this week and must be disruptive to our preparations. good luck to chris whatever he decides and really hope he stays. bigchet

2:25pm Tue 3 Dec 13

Taff Ewe says...

rr
rr Taff Ewe

2:27pm Tue 3 Dec 13

BigAlBiker says...

Wilder out.

Paolo Di Canio in.

Well at least we know a song we can sing if he turns up.
Wilder out. Paolo Di Canio in. Well at least we know a song we can sing if he turns up. BigAlBiker

2:38pm Tue 3 Dec 13

Taff Ewe says...

This is aimed that the numpties who think that Wilder should leave.

Stating that you know about football and have supported the club for 41 years gives more of a reason that you should embrace what is happening at the moment. Do you have dementia? Have you forgotten what life was like in League 1 and 2 before we were relegated?

Manager after manager, a downward spiral that seemed neverending. Wilder has steadied the ship and put some super foundations in place to go forward. The most important thing is that we do not start going backwards again becuase you never know where it will end.

I thought he had 3 years to get us promotion when we got back into the league, so I was surprised when the chairman retained him, however the chairman has been clever and managed him by telling him the setup and type of players that we need to move forward.

CW has taken this on board and as a result he looks capable of taking us to the next level. Yes promotion is important, however stability is more so.
CW gives us that.

So people such as Big biker al, are not beneficial to the clubs stability and are pretty clueless about football.

However if the manager did leave then there is no doubt that Martin Allen has to be man to take us forward. Again, another manager who has fallen victim to his own success, be it via a blind chairman or awful fans!
This is aimed that the numpties who think that Wilder should leave. Stating that you know about football and have supported the club for 41 years gives more of a reason that you should embrace what is happening at the moment. Do you have dementia? Have you forgotten what life was like in League 1 and 2 before we were relegated? Manager after manager, a downward spiral that seemed neverending. Wilder has steadied the ship and put some super foundations in place to go forward. The most important thing is that we do not start going backwards again becuase you never know where it will end. I thought he had 3 years to get us promotion when we got back into the league, so I was surprised when the chairman retained him, however the chairman has been clever and managed him by telling him the setup and type of players that we need to move forward. CW has taken this on board and as a result he looks capable of taking us to the next level. Yes promotion is important, however stability is more so. CW gives us that. So people such as Big biker al, are not beneficial to the clubs stability and are pretty clueless about football. However if the manager did leave then there is no doubt that Martin Allen has to be man to take us forward. Again, another manager who has fallen victim to his own success, be it via a blind chairman or awful fans! Taff Ewe

3:00pm Tue 3 Dec 13

remberingthe80s says...

you lot are always disagree that why cw is leaving. listern to yourselfs about time to learn that we can do it.
mark my words back forward steps back to the blue sq
you brunch of ar***oles
you lot are always disagree that why cw is leaving. listern to yourselfs about time to learn that we can do it. mark my words back forward steps back to the blue sq you brunch of ar***oles remberingthe80s

3:01pm Tue 3 Dec 13

remberingthe80s says...

by the way you can kiss good bye to kitson ect
by the way you can kiss good bye to kitson ect remberingthe80s

3:27pm Tue 3 Dec 13

BigAlBiker says...

Taff Ewe wrote:
This is aimed that the numpties who think that Wilder should leave.

Stating that you know about football and have supported the club for 41 years gives more of a reason that you should embrace what is happening at the moment. Do you have dementia? Have you forgotten what life was like in League 1 and 2 before we were relegated?

Manager after manager, a downward spiral that seemed neverending. Wilder has steadied the ship and put some super foundations in place to go forward. The most important thing is that we do not start going backwards again becuase you never know where it will end.

I thought he had 3 years to get us promotion when we got back into the league, so I was surprised when the chairman retained him, however the chairman has been clever and managed him by telling him the setup and type of players that we need to move forward.

CW has taken this on board and as a result he looks capable of taking us to the next level. Yes promotion is important, however stability is more so.
CW gives us that.

So people such as Big biker al, are not beneficial to the clubs stability and are pretty clueless about football.

However if the manager did leave then there is no doubt that Martin Allen has to be man to take us forward. Again, another manager who has fallen victim to his own success, be it via a blind chairman or awful fans!
Go back to Wales and leave the mighty yellows to us Oxford true supporters, 41 years and counting, seen more footy than many of you Wilder followers, time for him to go and you know it, just admit he is a numpty and you will sleep soundly.
[quote][p][bold]Taff Ewe[/bold] wrote: This is aimed that the numpties who think that Wilder should leave. Stating that you know about football and have supported the club for 41 years gives more of a reason that you should embrace what is happening at the moment. Do you have dementia? Have you forgotten what life was like in League 1 and 2 before we were relegated? Manager after manager, a downward spiral that seemed neverending. Wilder has steadied the ship and put some super foundations in place to go forward. The most important thing is that we do not start going backwards again becuase you never know where it will end. I thought he had 3 years to get us promotion when we got back into the league, so I was surprised when the chairman retained him, however the chairman has been clever and managed him by telling him the setup and type of players that we need to move forward. CW has taken this on board and as a result he looks capable of taking us to the next level. Yes promotion is important, however stability is more so. CW gives us that. So people such as Big biker al, are not beneficial to the clubs stability and are pretty clueless about football. However if the manager did leave then there is no doubt that Martin Allen has to be man to take us forward. Again, another manager who has fallen victim to his own success, be it via a blind chairman or awful fans![/p][/quote]Go back to Wales and leave the mighty yellows to us Oxford true supporters, 41 years and counting, seen more footy than many of you Wilder followers, time for him to go and you know it, just admit he is a numpty and you will sleep soundly. BigAlBiker

3:37pm Tue 3 Dec 13

OUFC 4 EVA says...

BigAlBiker wrote:
Taff Ewe wrote: This is aimed that the numpties who think that Wilder should leave. Stating that you know about football and have supported the club for 41 years gives more of a reason that you should embrace what is happening at the moment. Do you have dementia? Have you forgotten what life was like in League 1 and 2 before we were relegated? Manager after manager, a downward spiral that seemed neverending. Wilder has steadied the ship and put some super foundations in place to go forward. The most important thing is that we do not start going backwards again becuase you never know where it will end. I thought he had 3 years to get us promotion when we got back into the league, so I was surprised when the chairman retained him, however the chairman has been clever and managed him by telling him the setup and type of players that we need to move forward. CW has taken this on board and as a result he looks capable of taking us to the next level. Yes promotion is important, however stability is more so. CW gives us that. So people such as Big biker al, are not beneficial to the clubs stability and are pretty clueless about football. However if the manager did leave then there is no doubt that Martin Allen has to be man to take us forward. Again, another manager who has fallen victim to his own success, be it via a blind chairman or awful fans!
Go back to Wales and leave the mighty yellows to us Oxford true supporters, 41 years and counting, seen more footy than many of you Wilder followers, time for him to go and you know it, just admit he is a numpty and you will sleep soundly.
Stevie Wonder, is that you?

It must be seeing as you've "watched" football for 41 years and think Wilder is doing a bad job when we're sat top of the table!
[quote][p][bold]BigAlBiker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Taff Ewe[/bold] wrote: This is aimed that the numpties who think that Wilder should leave. Stating that you know about football and have supported the club for 41 years gives more of a reason that you should embrace what is happening at the moment. Do you have dementia? Have you forgotten what life was like in League 1 and 2 before we were relegated? Manager after manager, a downward spiral that seemed neverending. Wilder has steadied the ship and put some super foundations in place to go forward. The most important thing is that we do not start going backwards again becuase you never know where it will end. I thought he had 3 years to get us promotion when we got back into the league, so I was surprised when the chairman retained him, however the chairman has been clever and managed him by telling him the setup and type of players that we need to move forward. CW has taken this on board and as a result he looks capable of taking us to the next level. Yes promotion is important, however stability is more so. CW gives us that. So people such as Big biker al, are not beneficial to the clubs stability and are pretty clueless about football. However if the manager did leave then there is no doubt that Martin Allen has to be man to take us forward. Again, another manager who has fallen victim to his own success, be it via a blind chairman or awful fans![/p][/quote]Go back to Wales and leave the mighty yellows to us Oxford true supporters, 41 years and counting, seen more footy than many of you Wilder followers, time for him to go and you know it, just admit he is a numpty and you will sleep soundly.[/p][/quote]Stevie Wonder, is that you? It must be seeing as you've "watched" football for 41 years and think Wilder is doing a bad job when we're sat top of the table! OUFC 4 EVA

3:48pm Tue 3 Dec 13

BigAlBiker says...

Who said that? cant see anyone who wants Wilder to stay being sensible.
Who said that? cant see anyone who wants Wilder to stay being sensible. BigAlBiker

3:50pm Tue 3 Dec 13

OUFC 4 EVA says...

BigAlBiker wrote:
Who said that? cant see anyone who wants Wilder to stay being sensible.
you write remarkably well for someone with such a low IQ and such poor eyesight!
[quote][p][bold]BigAlBiker[/bold] wrote: Who said that? cant see anyone who wants Wilder to stay being sensible.[/p][/quote]you write remarkably well for someone with such a low IQ and such poor eyesight! OUFC 4 EVA

3:55pm Tue 3 Dec 13

sdyerUsa says...

If CW turns Pompy down then i suggest the Oxford people to turn up in droves to show our respect to the man that has Oxford United TOP of the league. All of you stay aways..... Shame on you!.
If CW turns Pompy down then i suggest the Oxford people to turn up in droves to show our respect to the man that has Oxford United TOP of the league. All of you stay aways..... Shame on you!. sdyerUsa

4:20pm Tue 3 Dec 13

yabbadabbadoo256 says...

BigAlBiker wrote:
Ian Holloway, bring him in, at least the press conferences would be worth watching.
Get Real. lol

If your lucky u will get John Sheridan.
[quote][p][bold]BigAlBiker[/bold] wrote: Ian Holloway, bring him in, at least the press conferences would be worth watching.[/p][/quote]Get Real. lol If your lucky u will get John Sheridan. yabbadabbadoo256

4:24pm Tue 3 Dec 13

yabbadabbadoo256 says...

yabbadabbadoo256 wrote:
BigAlBiker wrote:
Ian Holloway, bring him in, at least the press conferences would be worth watching.
Get Real. lol

If your lucky u will get John Sheridan.
Or even Gary Johnson
[quote][p][bold]yabbadabbadoo256[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BigAlBiker[/bold] wrote: Ian Holloway, bring him in, at least the press conferences would be worth watching.[/p][/quote]Get Real. lol If your lucky u will get John Sheridan.[/p][/quote]Or even Gary Johnson yabbadabbadoo256

4:30pm Tue 3 Dec 13

oldun says...

Just 4 points fewer and many of you might not be so praising of a manager whose team would be in 8th.

But didn't someone say "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" ?
Just 4 points fewer and many of you might not be so praising of a manager whose team would be in 8th. But didn't someone say "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" ? oldun

4:48pm Tue 3 Dec 13

Southstandupper says...

OK so CW is going to have a chat with Pompey sad if he goes but there are others out there who could do a job. Keep away from former players, Ian Holloway as mentioned by Big Al Biker........ no way, I have watched Oxford for well over 50 years both home and away and feel. CW has done a good job especially compared to other managers over the last 15-20 years, Shotton, Kemp, and all the others who promised a lot but failed to deliver for whatever reasons. We have stability as mentioned by other posters, a close knit squad and a majority of fans who support the club through think and thin. The small majority of Wilder out brigade should be ashamed, how long if CW does go will it be before they start wanting the new manager out? 10- 15 games? (Owen Coyle at Wigan).

One thought regarding CW and Pompey, is there any connection with Jim Smith (former Pompey boss) who brought CW to Oxford maybe moving his lad on????? Interesting talking point?
OK so CW is going to have a chat with Pompey sad if he goes but there are others out there who could do a job. Keep away from former players, Ian Holloway as mentioned by Big Al Biker........ no way, I have watched Oxford for well over 50 years both home and away and feel. CW has done a good job especially compared to other managers over the last 15-20 years, Shotton, Kemp, and all the others who promised a lot but failed to deliver for whatever reasons. We have stability as mentioned by other posters, a close knit squad and a majority of fans who support the club through think and thin. The small majority of Wilder out brigade should be ashamed, how long if CW does go will it be before they start wanting the new manager out? 10- 15 games? (Owen Coyle at Wigan). One thought regarding CW and Pompey, is there any connection with Jim Smith (former Pompey boss) who brought CW to Oxford maybe moving his lad on????? Interesting talking point? Southstandupper

5:05pm Tue 3 Dec 13

Doctor69 says...

Be glad to see Wilder go, been given too many chances in the past. Our away form won't take us up, our home form will see to that.
I'm sorry but the dire football on offer at home is the reason crowds are so low. I suspect that might be one of the real reasons behind oxford allowing wilder to go and talk to pompy.
Be glad to see Wilder go, been given too many chances in the past. Our away form won't take us up, our home form will see to that. I'm sorry but the dire football on offer at home is the reason crowds are so low. I suspect that might be one of the real reasons behind oxford allowing wilder to go and talk to pompy. Doctor69

5:10pm Tue 3 Dec 13

OUFC 4 EVA says...

oldun wrote:
Just 4 points fewer and many of you might not be so praising of a manager whose team would be in 8th. But didn't someone say "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" ?
blah blah top 3 blah blah 4 points blah blah sell beano blah blah playoff lottery blah blah old one you are a boring c u next tuesday
[quote][p][bold]oldun[/bold] wrote: Just 4 points fewer and many of you might not be so praising of a manager whose team would be in 8th. But didn't someone say "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" ?[/p][/quote]blah blah top 3 blah blah 4 points blah blah sell beano blah blah playoff lottery blah blah old one you are a boring c u next tuesday OUFC 4 EVA

5:15pm Tue 3 Dec 13

oldun says...

OUFC 4 EVA wrote:
oldun wrote:
Just 4 points fewer and many of you might not be so praising of a manager whose team would be in 8th. But didn't someone say "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" ?
blah blah top 3 blah blah 4 points blah blah sell beano blah blah playoff lottery blah blah old one you are a boring c u next tuesday
Enjoyed that, thank you for the continued encouragement . "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters". We should have accepted the massive £175k for the very hard working Constable. Oh yes "top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" Nobody with a 'life' reads my boring mantra.
[quote][p][bold]OUFC 4 EVA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]oldun[/bold] wrote: Just 4 points fewer and many of you might not be so praising of a manager whose team would be in 8th. But didn't someone say "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" ?[/p][/quote]blah blah top 3 blah blah 4 points blah blah sell beano blah blah playoff lottery blah blah old one you are a boring c u next tuesday[/p][/quote]Enjoyed that, thank you for the continued encouragement . "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters". We should have accepted the massive £175k for the very hard working Constable. Oh yes "top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" Nobody with a 'life' reads my boring mantra. oldun

5:15pm Tue 3 Dec 13

oldun says...

OUFC 4 EVA wrote:
oldun wrote:
Just 4 points fewer and many of you might not be so praising of a manager whose team would be in 8th. But didn't someone say "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" ?
blah blah top 3 blah blah 4 points blah blah sell beano blah blah playoff lottery blah blah old one you are a boring c u next tuesday
Enjoyed that, thank you for the continued encouragement . "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters". We should have accepted the massive £175k for the very hard working Constable. Oh yes "top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" Nobody with a 'life' reads my boring mantra.
[quote][p][bold]OUFC 4 EVA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]oldun[/bold] wrote: Just 4 points fewer and many of you might not be so praising of a manager whose team would be in 8th. But didn't someone say "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" ?[/p][/quote]blah blah top 3 blah blah 4 points blah blah sell beano blah blah playoff lottery blah blah old one you are a boring c u next tuesday[/p][/quote]Enjoyed that, thank you for the continued encouragement . "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters". We should have accepted the massive £175k for the very hard working Constable. Oh yes "top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" Nobody with a 'life' reads my boring mantra. oldun

5:22pm Tue 3 Dec 13

adlibber says...

The pro wilder brigade claiming to be kings of football again I see! If Wilder goes it'll be his decision and nothing to do with fans who are not bothered if he leaves. Not many teams at the top of a league suffer from falling attendances. If wilder stays and we get automatic promotion then all you smug pro Wilder's can wet your pants with joy. If we miss out on promotion like we have done for last two years then I'll just express my annual disappointment and suggest that Wilder seek employment elsewhere.
The pro wilder brigade claiming to be kings of football again I see! If Wilder goes it'll be his decision and nothing to do with fans who are not bothered if he leaves. Not many teams at the top of a league suffer from falling attendances. If wilder stays and we get automatic promotion then all you smug pro Wilder's can wet your pants with joy. If we miss out on promotion like we have done for last two years then I'll just express my annual disappointment and suggest that Wilder seek employment elsewhere. adlibber

5:33pm Tue 3 Dec 13

OUFC 4 EVA says...

oldun wrote:
OUFC 4 EVA wrote:
oldun wrote: Just 4 points fewer and many of you might not be so praising of a manager whose team would be in 8th. But didn't someone say "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" ?
blah blah top 3 blah blah 4 points blah blah sell beano blah blah playoff lottery blah blah old one you are a boring c u next tuesday
Enjoyed that, thank you for the continued encouragement . "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters". We should have accepted the massive £175k for the very hard working Constable. Oh yes "top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" Nobody with a 'life' reads my boring mantra.
blah blah 175k blah blah top 3 blah blah posting the same thing twice blah blah life reads blah blah

you are one sad boring mother fluffer
[quote][p][bold]oldun[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OUFC 4 EVA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]oldun[/bold] wrote: Just 4 points fewer and many of you might not be so praising of a manager whose team would be in 8th. But didn't someone say "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" ?[/p][/quote]blah blah top 3 blah blah 4 points blah blah sell beano blah blah playoff lottery blah blah old one you are a boring c u next tuesday[/p][/quote]Enjoyed that, thank you for the continued encouragement . "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters". We should have accepted the massive £175k for the very hard working Constable. Oh yes "top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" Nobody with a 'life' reads my boring mantra.[/p][/quote]blah blah 175k blah blah top 3 blah blah posting the same thing twice blah blah life reads blah blah you are one sad boring mother fluffer OUFC 4 EVA

5:36pm Tue 3 Dec 13

oldun says...

OUFC 4 EVA wrote:
oldun wrote:
OUFC 4 EVA wrote:
oldun wrote: Just 4 points fewer and many of you might not be so praising of a manager whose team would be in 8th. But didn't someone say "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" ?
blah blah top 3 blah blah 4 points blah blah sell beano blah blah playoff lottery blah blah old one you are a boring c u next tuesday
Enjoyed that, thank you for the continued encouragement . "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters". We should have accepted the massive £175k for the very hard working Constable. Oh yes "top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" Nobody with a 'life' reads my boring mantra.
blah blah 175k blah blah top 3 blah blah posting the same thing twice blah blah life reads blah blah

you are one sad boring mother fluffer
Bad day at he office? Thanks for the banter
[quote][p][bold]OUFC 4 EVA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]oldun[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OUFC 4 EVA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]oldun[/bold] wrote: Just 4 points fewer and many of you might not be so praising of a manager whose team would be in 8th. But didn't someone say "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" ?[/p][/quote]blah blah top 3 blah blah 4 points blah blah sell beano blah blah playoff lottery blah blah old one you are a boring c u next tuesday[/p][/quote]Enjoyed that, thank you for the continued encouragement . "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters". We should have accepted the massive £175k for the very hard working Constable. Oh yes "top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" Nobody with a 'life' reads my boring mantra.[/p][/quote]blah blah 175k blah blah top 3 blah blah posting the same thing twice blah blah life reads blah blah you are one sad boring mother fluffer[/p][/quote]Bad day at he office? Thanks for the banter oldun

5:49pm Tue 3 Dec 13

New Manor rename says...

All seems a bit binary to me. The majority saying CW is doing a great job and 1 saying the opposite. I believe the truth to be somewhere in the middle. He has done well with what he was handed and got us promoted where others would have failed. However, he has not really developed the squad well since then. Harping on about top of the league means nothing because a couple of losses and we could drop to 7th or 8th!! (not exactly dominant). I believe CW has a good tactical awareness but is terribly inflexible. If plan A falters, plan B and sometimes C are 99% awful. So what's best for the club? Probably for CW to stay for the rest of the season to keep stability but I think the best we can hope for is a play off place. If he does not move on now I think he will be moved on in May. So the big issue is probably more like what is best for CW?
All seems a bit binary to me. The majority saying CW is doing a great job and 1 saying the opposite. I believe the truth to be somewhere in the middle. He has done well with what he was handed and got us promoted where others would have failed. However, he has not really developed the squad well since then. Harping on about top of the league means nothing because a couple of losses and we could drop to 7th or 8th!! (not exactly dominant). I believe CW has a good tactical awareness but is terribly inflexible. If plan A falters, plan B and sometimes C are 99% awful. So what's best for the club? Probably for CW to stay for the rest of the season to keep stability but I think the best we can hope for is a play off place. If he does not move on now I think he will be moved on in May. So the big issue is probably more like what is best for CW? New Manor rename

6:17pm Tue 3 Dec 13

Sid Snakey says...

The argument that "if Oxford had a few points less we would be x in the table" is getting tiresome.

By the same token, if Oxford had a few points more in the last 3 seasons then we would have been in the play-offs or better!

If this season he is nearly crap, then in the previous 3 seasons he was nearly great.

@New Manor - you say the truth is in the middle but then of course you're forced to make a binary decision - stay or go? Your choice is that on balance he should stay - that's all we're saying.
The argument that "if Oxford had a few points less we would be x in the table" is getting tiresome. By the same token, if Oxford had a few points more in the last 3 seasons then we would have been in the play-offs or better! If this season he is nearly crap, then in the previous 3 seasons he was nearly great. @New Manor - you say the truth is in the middle but then of course you're forced to make a binary decision - stay or go? Your choice is that on balance he should stay - that's all we're saying. Sid Snakey

6:30pm Tue 3 Dec 13

Taff Ewe says...

New Manor rename wrote:
All seems a bit binary to me. The majority saying CW is doing a great job and 1 saying the opposite. I believe the truth to be somewhere in the middle. He has done well with what he was handed and got us promoted where others would have failed. However, he has not really developed the squad well since then. Harping on about top of the league means nothing because a couple of losses and we could drop to 7th or 8th!! (not exactly dominant). I believe CW has a good tactical awareness but is terribly inflexible. If plan A falters, plan B and sometimes C are 99% awful. So what's best for the club? Probably for CW to stay for the rest of the season to keep stability but I think the best we can hope for is a play off place. If he does not move on now I think he will be moved on in May. So the big issue is probably more like what is best for CW?
I think this season has shown a lot of flexibility in tactics. The main point is that he is willing to still learn and adapt.
[quote][p][bold]New Manor rename[/bold] wrote: All seems a bit binary to me. The majority saying CW is doing a great job and 1 saying the opposite. I believe the truth to be somewhere in the middle. He has done well with what he was handed and got us promoted where others would have failed. However, he has not really developed the squad well since then. Harping on about top of the league means nothing because a couple of losses and we could drop to 7th or 8th!! (not exactly dominant). I believe CW has a good tactical awareness but is terribly inflexible. If plan A falters, plan B and sometimes C are 99% awful. So what's best for the club? Probably for CW to stay for the rest of the season to keep stability but I think the best we can hope for is a play off place. If he does not move on now I think he will be moved on in May. So the big issue is probably more like what is best for CW?[/p][/quote]I think this season has shown a lot of flexibility in tactics. The main point is that he is willing to still learn and adapt. Taff Ewe

6:35pm Tue 3 Dec 13

South Upper 87 says...

Is Wilder the right man when he divides the fans so much. Just 70% want him to stay. I don't see 30% of the other league leaders, Arsenal, Leicester or Orient fans wanting their managers to leave.
Is Wilder the right man when he divides the fans so much. Just 70% want him to stay. I don't see 30% of the other league leaders, Arsenal, Leicester or Orient fans wanting their managers to leave. South Upper 87

7:09pm Tue 3 Dec 13

Richard Wickson says...

BigAlBiker wrote:
Wilder out.

Paolo Di Canio in.

Well at least we know a song we can sing if he turns up.
Sorry big Al, definitely NOT P.DC. Although I say that with better home performances we could be further ahead, and that's a fact, I certainly don't want DiCanio here and that's nothing to do with the fact he managed at the County Ground. CW has never been on my Christmas Card list but statistics show he is certainly not our worst Manager. He has been here for 258 games, if all of them had been League games he would have amassed 415 points and dropped 359 points. Not brilliant but not dreadful. I think he will stay but as others here have said maybe his relationship with IL isn't what it was. However if he was to go we are presently top of the table and would attract reasonable candidates, I haven't any personal preferences though have a few I wouldn't want to see at our club. John Gregory and Steve Evans being two. Somebody mentioned Ian Holloway, I agree the press conferences would be interesting but we can't afford him and I personally don't think his ego would allow him to come here. Whatever happens we still need to own the stadium to allow any manager a decent budget and for the club to develop as most of us want.
[quote][p][bold]BigAlBiker[/bold] wrote: Wilder out. Paolo Di Canio in. Well at least we know a song we can sing if he turns up.[/p][/quote]Sorry big Al, definitely NOT P.DC. Although I say that with better home performances we could be further ahead, and that's a fact, I certainly don't want DiCanio here and that's nothing to do with the fact he managed at the County Ground. CW has never been on my Christmas Card list but statistics show he is certainly not our worst Manager. He has been here for 258 games, if all of them had been League games he would have amassed 415 points and dropped 359 points. Not brilliant but not dreadful. I think he will stay but as others here have said maybe his relationship with IL isn't what it was. However if he was to go we are presently top of the table and would attract reasonable candidates, I haven't any personal preferences though have a few I wouldn't want to see at our club. John Gregory and Steve Evans being two. Somebody mentioned Ian Holloway, I agree the press conferences would be interesting but we can't afford him and I personally don't think his ego would allow him to come here. Whatever happens we still need to own the stadium to allow any manager a decent budget and for the club to develop as most of us want. Richard Wickson

7:18pm Tue 3 Dec 13

Richard Wickson says...

Southstandupper wrote:
OK so CW is going to have a chat with Pompey sad if he goes but there are others out there who could do a job. Keep away from former players, Ian Holloway as mentioned by Big Al Biker........ no way, I have watched Oxford for well over 50 years both home and away and feel. CW has done a good job especially compared to other managers over the last 15-20 years, Shotton, Kemp, and all the others who promised a lot but failed to deliver for whatever reasons. We have stability as mentioned by other posters, a close knit squad and a majority of fans who support the club through think and thin. The small majority of Wilder out brigade should be ashamed, how long if CW does go will it be before they start wanting the new manager out? 10- 15 games? (Owen Coyle at Wigan).

One thought regarding CW and Pompey, is there any connection with Jim Smith (former Pompey boss) who brought CW to Oxford maybe moving his lad on????? Interesting talking point?
Very good points SSU. He does have the squad playing as a team even though we are threadbare, maybe his chat with IL was that I need 3 in in January, if IL said no money available maybe he will say yes to Pompey. Time will tell, as I said before we are attractive to candidates at the moment. The situation could be worse.
[quote][p][bold]Southstandupper[/bold] wrote: OK so CW is going to have a chat with Pompey sad if he goes but there are others out there who could do a job. Keep away from former players, Ian Holloway as mentioned by Big Al Biker........ no way, I have watched Oxford for well over 50 years both home and away and feel. CW has done a good job especially compared to other managers over the last 15-20 years, Shotton, Kemp, and all the others who promised a lot but failed to deliver for whatever reasons. We have stability as mentioned by other posters, a close knit squad and a majority of fans who support the club through think and thin. The small majority of Wilder out brigade should be ashamed, how long if CW does go will it be before they start wanting the new manager out? 10- 15 games? (Owen Coyle at Wigan). One thought regarding CW and Pompey, is there any connection with Jim Smith (former Pompey boss) who brought CW to Oxford maybe moving his lad on????? Interesting talking point?[/p][/quote]Very good points SSU. He does have the squad playing as a team even though we are threadbare, maybe his chat with IL was that I need 3 in in January, if IL said no money available maybe he will say yes to Pompey. Time will tell, as I said before we are attractive to candidates at the moment. The situation could be worse. Richard Wickson

9:45pm Tue 3 Dec 13

greengarden says...

adlibber wrote:
The pro wilder brigade claiming to be kings of football again I see! If Wilder goes it'll be his decision and nothing to do with fans who are not bothered if he leaves. Not many teams at the top of a league suffer from falling attendances. If wilder stays and we get automatic promotion then all you smug pro Wilder's can wet your pants with joy. If we miss out on promotion like we have done for last two years then I'll just express my annual disappointment and suggest that Wilder seek employment elsewhere.
You really are a muppet!

Top of the table, superior goal difference, best away form in league, best chance of promotion up the league in years and you want CW out!! I despair I truly despair....... Yea let's get back on mgmt merry go round again..........you can then start slagging off whoever comes in next, and recreate the negativity that I hear spouted at the Kassam on match days in certain areas.

Ever thought of just getting behind your club and supporting the directors and management who are working hard to succeed in difficult situation. Please do us a favour and go support the other club up the A420!

Just be very very careful as you might just get what you wish for...
[quote][p][bold]adlibber[/bold] wrote: The pro wilder brigade claiming to be kings of football again I see! If Wilder goes it'll be his decision and nothing to do with fans who are not bothered if he leaves. Not many teams at the top of a league suffer from falling attendances. If wilder stays and we get automatic promotion then all you smug pro Wilder's can wet your pants with joy. If we miss out on promotion like we have done for last two years then I'll just express my annual disappointment and suggest that Wilder seek employment elsewhere.[/p][/quote]You really are a muppet! Top of the table, superior goal difference, best away form in league, best chance of promotion up the league in years and you want CW out!! I despair I truly despair....... Yea let's get back on mgmt merry go round again..........you can then start slagging off whoever comes in next, and recreate the negativity that I hear spouted at the Kassam on match days in certain areas. Ever thought of just getting behind your club and supporting the directors and management who are working hard to succeed in difficult situation. Please do us a favour and go support the other club up the A420! Just be very very careful as you might just get what you wish for... greengarden

9:31am Wed 4 Dec 13

OUFC 4 EVA says...

oldun wrote:
OUFC 4 EVA wrote:
oldun wrote:
OUFC 4 EVA wrote:
oldun wrote: Just 4 points fewer and many of you might not be so praising of a manager whose team would be in 8th. But didn't someone say "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" ?
blah blah top 3 blah blah 4 points blah blah sell beano blah blah playoff lottery blah blah old one you are a boring c u next tuesday
Enjoyed that, thank you for the continued encouragement . "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters". We should have accepted the massive £175k for the very hard working Constable. Oh yes "top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" Nobody with a 'life' reads my boring mantra.
blah blah 175k blah blah top 3 blah blah posting the same thing twice blah blah life reads blah blah you are one sad boring mother fluffer
Bad day at he office? Thanks for the banter
great day at the office and even better putting your nonsense into context old one! it's all nonsense that noone reads or cares about so do everyone a favour and keep your trap shut from now on! oh and take your mate alan the bicycle man with you!
[quote][p][bold]oldun[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OUFC 4 EVA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]oldun[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OUFC 4 EVA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]oldun[/bold] wrote: Just 4 points fewer and many of you might not be so praising of a manager whose team would be in 8th. But didn't someone say "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" ?[/p][/quote]blah blah top 3 blah blah 4 points blah blah sell beano blah blah playoff lottery blah blah old one you are a boring c u next tuesday[/p][/quote]Enjoyed that, thank you for the continued encouragement . "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters". We should have accepted the massive £175k for the very hard working Constable. Oh yes "top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" Nobody with a 'life' reads my boring mantra.[/p][/quote]blah blah 175k blah blah top 3 blah blah posting the same thing twice blah blah life reads blah blah you are one sad boring mother fluffer[/p][/quote]Bad day at he office? Thanks for the banter[/p][/quote]great day at the office and even better putting your nonsense into context old one! it's all nonsense that noone reads or cares about so do everyone a favour and keep your trap shut from now on! oh and take your mate alan the bicycle man with you! OUFC 4 EVA

9:37am Wed 4 Dec 13

oldun says...

OUFC 4 EVA wrote:
oldun wrote:
OUFC 4 EVA wrote:
oldun wrote:
OUFC 4 EVA wrote:
oldun wrote: Just 4 points fewer and many of you might not be so praising of a manager whose team would be in 8th. But didn't someone say "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" ?
blah blah top 3 blah blah 4 points blah blah sell beano blah blah playoff lottery blah blah old one you are a boring c u next tuesday
Enjoyed that, thank you for the continued encouragement . "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters". We should have accepted the massive £175k for the very hard working Constable. Oh yes "top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" Nobody with a 'life' reads my boring mantra.
blah blah 175k blah blah top 3 blah blah posting the same thing twice blah blah life reads blah blah you are one sad boring mother fluffer
Bad day at he office? Thanks for the banter
great day at the office and even better putting your nonsense into context old one! it's all nonsense that noone reads or cares about so do everyone a favour and keep your trap shut from now on! oh and take your mate alan the bicycle man with you!
"Noone reads or cares about" - mmmmm- just me and YOU!. Top three all that matters. Don't let your boss bully you - I am told that he is not bright!
[quote][p][bold]OUFC 4 EVA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]oldun[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OUFC 4 EVA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]oldun[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OUFC 4 EVA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]oldun[/bold] wrote: Just 4 points fewer and many of you might not be so praising of a manager whose team would be in 8th. But didn't someone say "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" ?[/p][/quote]blah blah top 3 blah blah 4 points blah blah sell beano blah blah playoff lottery blah blah old one you are a boring c u next tuesday[/p][/quote]Enjoyed that, thank you for the continued encouragement . "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters". We should have accepted the massive £175k for the very hard working Constable. Oh yes "top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" Nobody with a 'life' reads my boring mantra.[/p][/quote]blah blah 175k blah blah top 3 blah blah posting the same thing twice blah blah life reads blah blah you are one sad boring mother fluffer[/p][/quote]Bad day at he office? Thanks for the banter[/p][/quote]great day at the office and even better putting your nonsense into context old one! it's all nonsense that noone reads or cares about so do everyone a favour and keep your trap shut from now on! oh and take your mate alan the bicycle man with you![/p][/quote]"Noone reads or cares about" - mmmmm- just me and YOU!. Top three all that matters. Don't let your boss bully you - I am told that he is not bright! oldun

9:51am Wed 4 Dec 13

LeGod says...

Why wouldnt Wilder go to Pompey if it was offered to him. They are a bigger club - big fan base and better fans - longer contract that the Pox are prepared to offer him. I dont think he will get the job though better candidates out there.

And we all know you want PDC in as you were jealous we had him, but he would never go to you anyway.

Your season is about to fall apart you may be top of the league at the moment but about 10 teams can overtake you at any time soon.

A blip is about to happen to your poxy little club.

I see you are still carrying on your obsession with us on your forum we see it as a sign of repsect and jealousy that every week you have a topic on us.
Why wouldnt Wilder go to Pompey if it was offered to him. They are a bigger club - big fan base and better fans - longer contract that the Pox are prepared to offer him. I dont think he will get the job though better candidates out there. And we all know you want PDC in as you were jealous we had him, but he would never go to you anyway. Your season is about to fall apart you may be top of the league at the moment but about 10 teams can overtake you at any time soon. A blip is about to happen to your poxy little club. I see you are still carrying on your obsession with us on your forum we see it as a sign of repsect and jealousy that every week you have a topic on us. LeGod

10:08am Wed 4 Dec 13

ExiledinBristol says...

South Upper 87 wrote:
Is Wilder the right man when he divides the fans so much. Just 70% want him to stay. I don't see 30% of the other league leaders, Arsenal, Leicester or Orient fans wanting their managers to leave.
Wilder is the right man just now. Stability is key.
Very short memory - weren't the Arsenal fans calling for Wenger to go back in August? Football fans in general are far too fickle.
Arsenal manager - 13 years in post
Leicester manager - 2 years in post
Orient manager - 3.5 years in post
Oxford manager - 5 years in post
[quote][p][bold]South Upper 87[/bold] wrote: Is Wilder the right man when he divides the fans so much. Just 70% want him to stay. I don't see 30% of the other league leaders, Arsenal, Leicester or Orient fans wanting their managers to leave.[/p][/quote]Wilder is the right man just now. Stability is key. Very short memory - weren't the Arsenal fans calling for Wenger to go back in August? Football fans in general are far too fickle. Arsenal manager - 13 years in post Leicester manager - 2 years in post Orient manager - 3.5 years in post Oxford manager - 5 years in post ExiledinBristol

10:23am Wed 4 Dec 13

oldun says...

ExiledinBristol wrote:
South Upper 87 wrote:
Is Wilder the right man when he divides the fans so much. Just 70% want him to stay. I don't see 30% of the other league leaders, Arsenal, Leicester or Orient fans wanting their managers to leave.
Wilder is the right man just now. Stability is key.
Very short memory - weren't the Arsenal fans calling for Wenger to go back in August? Football fans in general are far too fickle.
Arsenal manager - 13 years in post
Leicester manager - 2 years in post
Orient manager - 3.5 years in post
Oxford manager - 5 years in post
Arsene?
8 and a half years since my other club (Gooners) won a trophy - far far far too many for a club of its enormous size


Arsene had few bad years - we would surely have won much more since 20o ad we changed

now for another great spell from AFC (under AW)

Leicester - 2 years - looks like their recent change might pay off - they had to get rid of that donkey Sven!!
[quote][p][bold]ExiledinBristol[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]South Upper 87[/bold] wrote: Is Wilder the right man when he divides the fans so much. Just 70% want him to stay. I don't see 30% of the other league leaders, Arsenal, Leicester or Orient fans wanting their managers to leave.[/p][/quote]Wilder is the right man just now. Stability is key. Very short memory - weren't the Arsenal fans calling for Wenger to go back in August? Football fans in general are far too fickle. Arsenal manager - 13 years in post Leicester manager - 2 years in post Orient manager - 3.5 years in post Oxford manager - 5 years in post[/p][/quote]Arsene? 8 and a half years since my other club (Gooners) won a trophy - far far far too many for a club of its enormous size Arsene had few bad years - we would surely have won much more since 20o ad we changed now for another great spell from AFC (under AW) Leicester - 2 years - looks like their recent change might pay off - they had to get rid of that donkey Sven!! oldun

10:23am Wed 4 Dec 13

OUFC 4 EVA says...

LeGod wrote:
Why wouldnt Wilder go to Pompey if it was offered to him. They are a bigger club - big fan base and better fans - longer contract that the Pox are prepared to offer him. I dont think he will get the job though better candidates out there. And we all know you want PDC in as you were jealous we had him, but he would never go to you anyway. Your season is about to fall apart you may be top of the league at the moment but about 10 teams can overtake you at any time soon. A blip is about to happen to your poxy little club. I see you are still carrying on your obsession with us on your forum we see it as a sign of repsect and jealousy that every week you have a topic on us.
Le dog has crawled out from under her rock, go back to your husband's house and clean it up for him! i'm sure he'll be upset with you when he comes in from work and you haven't hoovered up!
[quote][p][bold]LeGod[/bold] wrote: Why wouldnt Wilder go to Pompey if it was offered to him. They are a bigger club - big fan base and better fans - longer contract that the Pox are prepared to offer him. I dont think he will get the job though better candidates out there. And we all know you want PDC in as you were jealous we had him, but he would never go to you anyway. Your season is about to fall apart you may be top of the league at the moment but about 10 teams can overtake you at any time soon. A blip is about to happen to your poxy little club. I see you are still carrying on your obsession with us on your forum we see it as a sign of repsect and jealousy that every week you have a topic on us.[/p][/quote]Le dog has crawled out from under her rock, go back to your husband's house and clean it up for him! i'm sure he'll be upset with you when he comes in from work and you haven't hoovered up! OUFC 4 EVA

10:25am Wed 4 Dec 13

oldun says...

oldun wrote:
ExiledinBristol wrote:
South Upper 87 wrote:
Is Wilder the right man when he divides the fans so much. Just 70% want him to stay. I don't see 30% of the other league leaders, Arsenal, Leicester or Orient fans wanting their managers to leave.
Wilder is the right man just now. Stability is key.
Very short memory - weren't the Arsenal fans calling for Wenger to go back in August? Football fans in general are far too fickle.
Arsenal manager - 13 years in post
Leicester manager - 2 years in post
Orient manager - 3.5 years in post
Oxford manager - 5 years in post
Arsene?
8 and a half years since my other club (Gooners) won a trophy - far far far too many for a club of its enormous size


Arsene had few bad years - we would surely have won much more since 20o ad we changed

now for another great spell from AFC (under AW)

Leicester - 2 years - looks like their recent change might pay off - they had to get rid of that donkey Sven!!
"2004 had" we changed -8.5 underachieving years we needed to change from Arsene (the man!)

Come on OUFC and AFC (under AW)
[quote][p][bold]oldun[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ExiledinBristol[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]South Upper 87[/bold] wrote: Is Wilder the right man when he divides the fans so much. Just 70% want him to stay. I don't see 30% of the other league leaders, Arsenal, Leicester or Orient fans wanting their managers to leave.[/p][/quote]Wilder is the right man just now. Stability is key. Very short memory - weren't the Arsenal fans calling for Wenger to go back in August? Football fans in general are far too fickle. Arsenal manager - 13 years in post Leicester manager - 2 years in post Orient manager - 3.5 years in post Oxford manager - 5 years in post[/p][/quote]Arsene? 8 and a half years since my other club (Gooners) won a trophy - far far far too many for a club of its enormous size Arsene had few bad years - we would surely have won much more since 20o ad we changed now for another great spell from AFC (under AW) Leicester - 2 years - looks like their recent change might pay off - they had to get rid of that donkey Sven!![/p][/quote]"2004 had" we changed -8.5 underachieving years we needed to change from Arsene (the man!) Come on OUFC and AFC (under AW) oldun

10:26am Wed 4 Dec 13

OUFC 4 EVA says...

oldun wrote:
OUFC 4 EVA wrote:
oldun wrote:
OUFC 4 EVA wrote:
oldun wrote:
OUFC 4 EVA wrote:
oldun wrote: Just 4 points fewer and many of you might not be so praising of a manager whose team would be in 8th. But didn't someone say "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" ?
blah blah top 3 blah blah 4 points blah blah sell beano blah blah playoff lottery blah blah old one you are a boring c u next tuesday
Enjoyed that, thank you for the continued encouragement . "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters". We should have accepted the massive £175k for the very hard working Constable. Oh yes "top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" Nobody with a 'life' reads my boring mantra.
blah blah 175k blah blah top 3 blah blah posting the same thing twice blah blah life reads blah blah you are one sad boring mother fluffer
Bad day at he office? Thanks for the banter
great day at the office and even better putting your nonsense into context old one! it's all nonsense that noone reads or cares about so do everyone a favour and keep your trap shut from now on! oh and take your mate alan the bicycle man with you!
"Noone reads or cares about" - mmmmm- just me and YOU!. Top three all that matters. Don't let your boss bully you - I am told that he is not bright!
i am actually my own boss you absolute moron so unlike you have noone to, how did you put it, "bully me". just get off the site of the true fans and and go watch loose women you complete C U Next Tuesday.
[quote][p][bold]oldun[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OUFC 4 EVA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]oldun[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OUFC 4 EVA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]oldun[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OUFC 4 EVA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]oldun[/bold] wrote: Just 4 points fewer and many of you might not be so praising of a manager whose team would be in 8th. But didn't someone say "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" ?[/p][/quote]blah blah top 3 blah blah 4 points blah blah sell beano blah blah playoff lottery blah blah old one you are a boring c u next tuesday[/p][/quote]Enjoyed that, thank you for the continued encouragement . "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters". We should have accepted the massive £175k for the very hard working Constable. Oh yes "top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" Nobody with a 'life' reads my boring mantra.[/p][/quote]blah blah 175k blah blah top 3 blah blah posting the same thing twice blah blah life reads blah blah you are one sad boring mother fluffer[/p][/quote]Bad day at he office? Thanks for the banter[/p][/quote]great day at the office and even better putting your nonsense into context old one! it's all nonsense that noone reads or cares about so do everyone a favour and keep your trap shut from now on! oh and take your mate alan the bicycle man with you![/p][/quote]"Noone reads or cares about" - mmmmm- just me and YOU!. Top three all that matters. Don't let your boss bully you - I am told that he is not bright![/p][/quote]i am actually my own boss you absolute moron so unlike you have noone to, how did you put it, "bully me". just get off the site of the true fans and and go watch loose women you complete C U Next Tuesday. OUFC 4 EVA

2:54pm Wed 4 Dec 13

bigchet says...

sorry to see that this site is rapidly becoming similar to the a420 outfits posting where they all insult one another and actual football topics are secondary. as for legod coming on here he is a joke on their website as his obsession with the latin lunatic is ongoing despite pdc almost bankrupting the club and he would love to have him back though the italian stallion proved to be a drama queen when the chips were down. we have had comparitive stability with cw and il and i hope that does not change.
sorry to see that this site is rapidly becoming similar to the a420 outfits posting where they all insult one another and actual football topics are secondary. as for legod coming on here he is a joke on their website as his obsession with the latin lunatic is ongoing despite pdc almost bankrupting the club and he would love to have him back though the italian stallion proved to be a drama queen when the chips were down. we have had comparitive stability with cw and il and i hope that does not change. bigchet

3:36pm Wed 4 Dec 13

oldun says...

OUFC 4 EVA wrote:
oldun wrote:
OUFC 4 EVA wrote:
oldun wrote:
OUFC 4 EVA wrote:
oldun wrote:
OUFC 4 EVA wrote:
oldun wrote: Just 4 points fewer and many of you might not be so praising of a manager whose team would be in 8th. But didn't someone say "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" ?
blah blah top 3 blah blah 4 points blah blah sell beano blah blah playoff lottery blah blah old one you are a boring c u next tuesday
Enjoyed that, thank you for the continued encouragement . "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters". We should have accepted the massive £175k for the very hard working Constable. Oh yes "top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" Nobody with a 'life' reads my boring mantra.
blah blah 175k blah blah top 3 blah blah posting the same thing twice blah blah life reads blah blah you are one sad boring mother fluffer
Bad day at he office? Thanks for the banter
great day at the office and even better putting your nonsense into context old one! it's all nonsense that noone reads or cares about so do everyone a favour and keep your trap shut from now on! oh and take your mate alan the bicycle man with you!
"Noone reads or cares about" - mmmmm- just me and YOU!. Top three all that matters. Don't let your boss bully you - I am told that he is not bright!
i am actually my own boss you absolute moron so unlike you have noone to, how did you put it, "bully me". just get off the site of the true fans and and go watch loose women you complete C U Next Tuesday.
Thank you

No boss -in that case I do hope that your business is going very well

I am sure that you will look increasingly after your pension contributions


To be honest the sooner that you cease your rude manner towards me , the sooner that I will shut up on this obsessive "top three is all that matter" truism . I will reduce the frequency of it

Do have a great day.
[quote][p][bold]OUFC 4 EVA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]oldun[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OUFC 4 EVA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]oldun[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OUFC 4 EVA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]oldun[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OUFC 4 EVA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]oldun[/bold] wrote: Just 4 points fewer and many of you might not be so praising of a manager whose team would be in 8th. But didn't someone say "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" ?[/p][/quote]blah blah top 3 blah blah 4 points blah blah sell beano blah blah playoff lottery blah blah old one you are a boring c u next tuesday[/p][/quote]Enjoyed that, thank you for the continued encouragement . "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters". We should have accepted the massive £175k for the very hard working Constable. Oh yes "top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" Nobody with a 'life' reads my boring mantra.[/p][/quote]blah blah 175k blah blah top 3 blah blah posting the same thing twice blah blah life reads blah blah you are one sad boring mother fluffer[/p][/quote]Bad day at he office? Thanks for the banter[/p][/quote]great day at the office and even better putting your nonsense into context old one! it's all nonsense that noone reads or cares about so do everyone a favour and keep your trap shut from now on! oh and take your mate alan the bicycle man with you![/p][/quote]"Noone reads or cares about" - mmmmm- just me and YOU!. Top three all that matters. Don't let your boss bully you - I am told that he is not bright![/p][/quote]i am actually my own boss you absolute moron so unlike you have noone to, how did you put it, "bully me". just get off the site of the true fans and and go watch loose women you complete C U Next Tuesday.[/p][/quote]Thank you No boss -in that case I do hope that your business is going very well I am sure that you will look increasingly after your pension contributions To be honest the sooner that you cease your rude manner towards me , the sooner that I will shut up on this obsessive "top three is all that matter" truism . I will reduce the frequency of it Do have a great day. oldun

4:41pm Wed 4 Dec 13

OUFC 4 EVA says...

oldun wrote:
OUFC 4 EVA wrote:
oldun wrote:
OUFC 4 EVA wrote:
oldun wrote:
OUFC 4 EVA wrote:
oldun wrote:
OUFC 4 EVA wrote:
oldun wrote: Just 4 points fewer and many of you might not be so praising of a manager whose team would be in 8th. But didn't someone say "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" ?
blah blah top 3 blah blah 4 points blah blah sell beano blah blah playoff lottery blah blah old one you are a boring c u next tuesday
Enjoyed that, thank you for the continued encouragement . "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters". We should have accepted the massive £175k for the very hard working Constable. Oh yes "top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" Nobody with a 'life' reads my boring mantra.
blah blah 175k blah blah top 3 blah blah posting the same thing twice blah blah life reads blah blah you are one sad boring mother fluffer
Bad day at he office? Thanks for the banter
great day at the office and even better putting your nonsense into context old one! it's all nonsense that noone reads or cares about so do everyone a favour and keep your trap shut from now on! oh and take your mate alan the bicycle man with you!
"Noone reads or cares about" - mmmmm- just me and YOU!. Top three all that matters. Don't let your boss bully you - I am told that he is not bright!
i am actually my own boss you absolute moron so unlike you have noone to, how did you put it, "bully me". just get off the site of the true fans and and go watch loose women you complete C U Next Tuesday.
Thank you No boss -in that case I do hope that your business is going very well I am sure that you will look increasingly after your pension contributions To be honest the sooner that you cease your rude manner towards me , the sooner that I will shut up on this obsessive "top three is all that matter" truism . I will reduce the frequency of it Do have a great day.
business is great, pension if fantastic, everything in my life is perfect! you on the other hand are an absolute prat with nothing productive to say about MY club The Mighty Yellows which tells me you have nothing productive in your life you pathetic little weasel!!!!
[quote][p][bold]oldun[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OUFC 4 EVA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]oldun[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OUFC 4 EVA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]oldun[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OUFC 4 EVA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]oldun[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OUFC 4 EVA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]oldun[/bold] wrote: Just 4 points fewer and many of you might not be so praising of a manager whose team would be in 8th. But didn't someone say "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" ?[/p][/quote]blah blah top 3 blah blah 4 points blah blah sell beano blah blah playoff lottery blah blah old one you are a boring c u next tuesday[/p][/quote]Enjoyed that, thank you for the continued encouragement . "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters". We should have accepted the massive £175k for the very hard working Constable. Oh yes "top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" Nobody with a 'life' reads my boring mantra.[/p][/quote]blah blah 175k blah blah top 3 blah blah posting the same thing twice blah blah life reads blah blah you are one sad boring mother fluffer[/p][/quote]Bad day at he office? Thanks for the banter[/p][/quote]great day at the office and even better putting your nonsense into context old one! it's all nonsense that noone reads or cares about so do everyone a favour and keep your trap shut from now on! oh and take your mate alan the bicycle man with you![/p][/quote]"Noone reads or cares about" - mmmmm- just me and YOU!. Top three all that matters. Don't let your boss bully you - I am told that he is not bright![/p][/quote]i am actually my own boss you absolute moron so unlike you have noone to, how did you put it, "bully me". just get off the site of the true fans and and go watch loose women you complete C U Next Tuesday.[/p][/quote]Thank you No boss -in that case I do hope that your business is going very well I am sure that you will look increasingly after your pension contributions To be honest the sooner that you cease your rude manner towards me , the sooner that I will shut up on this obsessive "top three is all that matter" truism . I will reduce the frequency of it Do have a great day.[/p][/quote]business is great, pension if fantastic, everything in my life is perfect! you on the other hand are an absolute prat with nothing productive to say about MY club The Mighty Yellows which tells me you have nothing productive in your life you pathetic little weasel!!!! OUFC 4 EVA

7:02pm Wed 4 Dec 13

Doctor69 says...

OUFC 4 EVA wrote:
oldun wrote:
OUFC 4 EVA wrote:
oldun wrote:
OUFC 4 EVA wrote:
oldun wrote:
OUFC 4 EVA wrote:
oldun wrote:
OUFC 4 EVA wrote:
oldun wrote: Just 4 points fewer and many of you might not be so praising of a manager whose team would be in 8th. But didn't someone say "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" ?
blah blah top 3 blah blah 4 points blah blah sell beano blah blah playoff lottery blah blah old one you are a boring c u next tuesday
Enjoyed that, thank you for the continued encouragement . "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters". We should have accepted the massive £175k for the very hard working Constable. Oh yes "top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" Nobody with a 'life' reads my boring mantra.
blah blah 175k blah blah top 3 blah blah posting the same thing twice blah blah life reads blah blah you are one sad boring mother fluffer
Bad day at he office? Thanks for the banter
great day at the office and even better putting your nonsense into context old one! it's all nonsense that noone reads or cares about so do everyone a favour and keep your trap shut from now on! oh and take your mate alan the bicycle man with you!
"Noone reads or cares about" - mmmmm- just me and YOU!. Top three all that matters. Don't let your boss bully you - I am told that he is not bright!
i am actually my own boss you absolute moron so unlike you have noone to, how did you put it, "bully me". just get off the site of the true fans and and go watch loose women you complete C U Next Tuesday.
Thank you No boss -in that case I do hope that your business is going very well I am sure that you will look increasingly after your pension contributions To be honest the sooner that you cease your rude manner towards me , the sooner that I will shut up on this obsessive "top three is all that matter" truism . I will reduce the frequency of it Do have a great day.
business is great, pension if fantastic, everything in my life is perfect! you on the other hand are an absolute prat with nothing productive to say about MY club The Mighty Yellows which tells me you have nothing productive in your life you pathetic little weasel!!!!
Business is great but spend all day abusing people for their opinions?!
Seriously, as you are entitled to yours we are entitled to ours.....and that is that OUFC would be better off long term without wilder.
[quote][p][bold]OUFC 4 EVA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]oldun[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OUFC 4 EVA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]oldun[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OUFC 4 EVA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]oldun[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OUFC 4 EVA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]oldun[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OUFC 4 EVA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]oldun[/bold] wrote: Just 4 points fewer and many of you might not be so praising of a manager whose team would be in 8th. But didn't someone say "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" ?[/p][/quote]blah blah top 3 blah blah 4 points blah blah sell beano blah blah playoff lottery blah blah old one you are a boring c u next tuesday[/p][/quote]Enjoyed that, thank you for the continued encouragement . "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters". We should have accepted the massive £175k for the very hard working Constable. Oh yes "top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" Nobody with a 'life' reads my boring mantra.[/p][/quote]blah blah 175k blah blah top 3 blah blah posting the same thing twice blah blah life reads blah blah you are one sad boring mother fluffer[/p][/quote]Bad day at he office? Thanks for the banter[/p][/quote]great day at the office and even better putting your nonsense into context old one! it's all nonsense that noone reads or cares about so do everyone a favour and keep your trap shut from now on! oh and take your mate alan the bicycle man with you![/p][/quote]"Noone reads or cares about" - mmmmm- just me and YOU!. Top three all that matters. Don't let your boss bully you - I am told that he is not bright![/p][/quote]i am actually my own boss you absolute moron so unlike you have noone to, how did you put it, "bully me". just get off the site of the true fans and and go watch loose women you complete C U Next Tuesday.[/p][/quote]Thank you No boss -in that case I do hope that your business is going very well I am sure that you will look increasingly after your pension contributions To be honest the sooner that you cease your rude manner towards me , the sooner that I will shut up on this obsessive "top three is all that matter" truism . I will reduce the frequency of it Do have a great day.[/p][/quote]business is great, pension if fantastic, everything in my life is perfect! you on the other hand are an absolute prat with nothing productive to say about MY club The Mighty Yellows which tells me you have nothing productive in your life you pathetic little weasel!!!![/p][/quote]Business is great but spend all day abusing people for their opinions?! Seriously, as you are entitled to yours we are entitled to ours.....and that is that OUFC would be better off long term without wilder. Doctor69

7:08pm Wed 4 Dec 13

oldun says...

OUFC 4 EVA wrote:
oldun wrote:
OUFC 4 EVA wrote:
oldun wrote:
OUFC 4 EVA wrote:
oldun wrote:
OUFC 4 EVA wrote:
oldun wrote:
OUFC 4 EVA wrote:
oldun wrote: Just 4 points fewer and many of you might not be so praising of a manager whose team would be in 8th. But didn't someone say "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" ?
blah blah top 3 blah blah 4 points blah blah sell beano blah blah playoff lottery blah blah old one you are a boring c u next tuesday
Enjoyed that, thank you for the continued encouragement . "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters". We should have accepted the massive £175k for the very hard working Constable. Oh yes "top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" Nobody with a 'life' reads my boring mantra.
blah blah 175k blah blah top 3 blah blah posting the same thing twice blah blah life reads blah blah you are one sad boring mother fluffer
Bad day at he office? Thanks for the banter
great day at the office and even better putting your nonsense into context old one! it's all nonsense that noone reads or cares about so do everyone a favour and keep your trap shut from now on! oh and take your mate alan the bicycle man with you!
"Noone reads or cares about" - mmmmm- just me and YOU!. Top three all that matters. Don't let your boss bully you - I am told that he is not bright!
i am actually my own boss you absolute moron so unlike you have noone to, how did you put it, "bully me". just get off the site of the true fans and and go watch loose women you complete C U Next Tuesday.
Thank you No boss -in that case I do hope that your business is going very well I am sure that you will look increasingly after your pension contributions To be honest the sooner that you cease your rude manner towards me , the sooner that I will shut up on this obsessive "top three is all that matter" truism . I will reduce the frequency of it Do have a great day.
business is great, pension if fantastic, everything in my life is perfect! you on the other hand are an absolute prat with nothing productive to say about MY club The Mighty Yellows which tells me you have nothing productive in your life you pathetic little weasel!!!!
Season of good will, EVA - please name a national charity to do with health for me to give £100
[quote][p][bold]OUFC 4 EVA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]oldun[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OUFC 4 EVA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]oldun[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OUFC 4 EVA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]oldun[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OUFC 4 EVA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]oldun[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OUFC 4 EVA[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]oldun[/bold] wrote: Just 4 points fewer and many of you might not be so praising of a manager whose team would be in 8th. But didn't someone say "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" ?[/p][/quote]blah blah top 3 blah blah 4 points blah blah sell beano blah blah playoff lottery blah blah old one you are a boring c u next tuesday[/p][/quote]Enjoyed that, thank you for the continued encouragement . "Top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters". We should have accepted the massive £175k for the very hard working Constable. Oh yes "top 3 at the end of the season is all that matters" Nobody with a 'life' reads my boring mantra.[/p][/quote]blah blah 175k blah blah top 3 blah blah posting the same thing twice blah blah life reads blah blah you are one sad boring mother fluffer[/p][/quote]Bad day at he office? Thanks for the banter[/p][/quote]great day at the office and even better putting your nonsense into context old one! it's all nonsense that noone reads or cares about so do everyone a favour and keep your trap shut from now on! oh and take your mate alan the bicycle man with you![/p][/quote]"Noone reads or cares about" - mmmmm- just me and YOU!. Top three all that matters. Don't let your boss bully you - I am told that he is not bright![/p][/quote]i am actually my own boss you absolute moron so unlike you have noone to, how did you put it, "bully me". just get off the site of the true fans and and go watch loose women you complete C U Next Tuesday.[/p][/quote]Thank you No boss -in that case I do hope that your business is going very well I am sure that you will look increasingly after your pension contributions To be honest the sooner that you cease your rude manner towards me , the sooner that I will shut up on this obsessive "top three is all that matter" truism . I will reduce the frequency of it Do have a great day.[/p][/quote]business is great, pension if fantastic, everything in my life is perfect! you on the other hand are an absolute prat with nothing productive to say about MY club The Mighty Yellows which tells me you have nothing productive in your life you pathetic little weasel!!!![/p][/quote]Season of good will, EVA - please name a national charity to do with health for me to give £100 oldun

8:57pm Thu 5 Dec 13

adlibber says...

greengarden wrote:
adlibber wrote:
The pro wilder brigade claiming to be kings of football again I see! If Wilder goes it'll be his decision and nothing to do with fans who are not bothered if he leaves. Not many teams at the top of a league suffer from falling attendances. If wilder stays and we get automatic promotion then all you smug pro Wilder's can wet your pants with joy. If we miss out on promotion like we have done for last two years then I'll just express my annual disappointment and suggest that Wilder seek employment elsewhere.
You really are a muppet!

Top of the table, superior goal difference, best away form in league, best chance of promotion up the league in years and you want CW out!! I despair I truly despair....... Yea let's get back on mgmt merry go round again..........you can then start slagging off whoever comes in next, and recreate the negativity that I hear spouted at the Kassam on match days in certain areas.

Ever thought of just getting behind your club and supporting the directors and management who are working hard to succeed in difficult situation. Please do us a favour and go support the other club up the A420!

Just be very very careful as you might just get what you wish for...
Try reading the post again maybe replace your redneck dungarees first though - it might improve your IQ. Amongst your statistics you forgot the bit where 3pts separate top 7-8 teams which implies that despite our glowing figures a slip up similar to last two seasons will see us miss out again. Let#s see where we are at end of the season.
[quote][p][bold]greengarden[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]adlibber[/bold] wrote: The pro wilder brigade claiming to be kings of football again I see! If Wilder goes it'll be his decision and nothing to do with fans who are not bothered if he leaves. Not many teams at the top of a league suffer from falling attendances. If wilder stays and we get automatic promotion then all you smug pro Wilder's can wet your pants with joy. If we miss out on promotion like we have done for last two years then I'll just express my annual disappointment and suggest that Wilder seek employment elsewhere.[/p][/quote]You really are a muppet! Top of the table, superior goal difference, best away form in league, best chance of promotion up the league in years and you want CW out!! I despair I truly despair....... Yea let's get back on mgmt merry go round again..........you can then start slagging off whoever comes in next, and recreate the negativity that I hear spouted at the Kassam on match days in certain areas. Ever thought of just getting behind your club and supporting the directors and management who are working hard to succeed in difficult situation. Please do us a favour and go support the other club up the A420! Just be very very careful as you might just get what you wish for...[/p][/quote]Try reading the post again maybe replace your redneck dungarees first though - it might improve your IQ. Amongst your statistics you forgot the bit where 3pts separate top 7-8 teams which implies that despite our glowing figures a slip up similar to last two seasons will see us miss out again. Let#s see where we are at end of the season. adlibber

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