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21 Feb 2021 22:45:28
It is all going to come out in the wash. Board didn't want to pay Lennon off as he would also have been due a bonus if someone else had taken over and won league. Biscuit tin mentality all over again. They thought he would walk. Lennon has put money before the club.

He should have walked but didn't want to give up the money. Both parties have cost us the ten. Lennon as a manager is a shambles, living in the dark ages. Fitness and tactics non existent. Rogic not a rm. Brown is too busy trying to be a tough guy or stand on the ball and show he is a player, offers no movement forward at all.

Christie can't play with his back to goal, he needs to be in cm running up and down, closing down and driving forward with the ball. Playing one up front essentially is a joke when most teams sit in against us. Trying to play through the middle hasn't worked all season. Believing your fullbacks can also be wingers hasn't worked either. Early on in the season it was crying out for 442.

Moi could gave played rm (hes right footed, hit the byline and get it across) 2 strikers in the box we might have had a chance. He could have signed a winger in January to play on the left. Playing the same system over and over again with players out of position is just mind boggling and what's worse is hearing the manager saying they played well. He is full of it.

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22 Feb 2021 01:52:31
Lennon is perfectly entitled to the amount agreed in his contract and would be a fool to walk away without the correct remuneration being paid.

Ask yourself this question. If your current employer decided they no longer required your services and you were entitled to a large pay off, would you just leave without getting it?

22 Feb 2021 09:12:57
Lennon publicly stated he would walk away if it wasn't working. He is choosing money over the club he apparently loves. He is perfectly entitled to do so but to think that decision won't tarnish his legacy is naive.







 

 

 
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