Can't be a minority if nearly everyone was booing, can it?Bluebird wrote: ↑27 Dec 2019, 10:17 I was at the game yesterday and there was protests. But they were only from certain sections and it wasn't from the majority. I'd like to see him go but I can't see anyone who could improve the team right at this precise moment. If we brought someone in now maybe we could get better players in January but I think we have left it a little too late to bring in a new manager.
Donald himself knows the score. He isn't thick and I am sure he is working out all the options. But for now it's a Brexit thing, the majority are not in favour of Parky being sacked. It's just the vocal minority making the most noise. Venting our frustrations online is one way to send the higher ups a message but that usually happens at the Stadium. Granted it was loud so Stewart Donald and Phil Parkinson have already got the message. If they haven't they must be deaf. As I say, the bosses know their positions and Parky knows he is on borrowed time.
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2 wins in 14
Dropping like a stone
Some fans have every flipping right to boo this dinosaur
Parkinson confirmed after the game that they were discussing transfer targets.
Blind leading the blind comes to mind with these two nuggets..
He gave him a 2 and half year contract. Seeing as he was the cheapest available, he shouldn't have any problem in sacking him..