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Messages - Seán
I think a little bit of sick just happened in my mouth.
I've seen the term "knows the football club inside and out" written and banded about a few times now.
Really? It was 38 years when he left. Sure, he'll have been back for the odd function and charidee dinner and wotnot, but "knowing the club inside and out" is a bit of stretch, isn't it?
Not that it really matters, just strikes me as an odd / predictably lazy thing to say / write.
I feel sorry for him. He looked pretty ragged in his last post match press conference. It was clearly getting to him. It looks like he might actually have walked and not been pushed.
Looks that way. 'Mutual agreement' is the official line....
I think he was saying Roy Keane managed martin O’Neill and got him promoted in Aston Sunderland in 2007.
An Aston Sunderland sounds like a really sh!t supercar.
That was Roy Keane. Brought in by then chairman manager. Niall Quinn when they were bottom at September time he real8sed he couldn't manage a football team for sh!t.
The fruitlooped bunglec*ntism at this club just knows no bounds.
Whoever the owner is.... Horribly misguided attempt at a.popularist appointment, surely.
Despite having never having knowingly met him. I think I've done well, to be fair.
No Ryan Stiles in the pub tonight. Lightweight.
Don't be too harsh on him. I expect he was probably busy doing an improv hoedown wirh a random prop of some sort.
For lunch. On a Sunday. Kerazy.
Either that or Dave Rave Saviour.....
I think it's a lot less than 2-3 days, Toyota only has 4 hours worth according to a Sky article.
I speak with some in depth experience as a tier 1 automotive Project Manager with a quite a bit of supply chain knowledge that this isn't quite true. But not far wide of.the mark.
Most auto OEMs operate a 'LEAN' Just In Time practice, though. It's pretty much industry standard.
But granted, the original point still stands.