I apologies Ole!

7even

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I was wrong when I thought you didn’t have it in you.

There are still things you need to develop. Maybe be a little more active on the sideline, at least that’s my wish. Your tactical knowledge will improve with experience so time should be on your side on that department. I can only see positive things with your squad management, its an achievement of highest caliber to bring back a little bit of our old calmness and togetherness to the club.

Bringing Darren Fletcher to your team of coaching staff is in my opinion the right move. He represents everything that’s good with our academy and his journey is a good example what’s happening if you’re determined and don’t give up.

The storm seems to be over! From now on I’m 100% sure you’re the right guy to take us forward to success. There will be bumps on the road and we will face disappointments but the future look bright with you at the wheel. The foundation is there and with a few addition we will challenge everybody in Europe. .
 

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Never in doubt really because the progress has been there since day one for everyone to see.
 

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Fair play to you for owning up. I see a lot of the other Ole outers have disappeared into obscurity.
 

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Cuck behaviour.
 

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Reminds me of a Federer acceptance speech.....pass the tissues :yawn:
 

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These threads are pointless.

When we go on a sudden run of bad form, the Ole-out gang will crow and the Ole-in gang will disappear.
When we go on a sudden run of good form, the Ole-in gang will crow and the Ole-out gang will disappear.
 

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"Its too late to apologise, its too late...." - Ryan Tedder
 

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I was wrong when I thought you didn’t have it in you.

There are still things you need to develop. Maybe be a little more active on the sideline, at least that’s my wish. Your tactical knowledge will improve with experience so time should be on your side on that department. I can only see positive things with your squad management, its an achievement of highest caliber to bring back a little bit of our old calmness and togetherness to the club.

Bringing Darren Fletcher to your team of coaching staff is in my opinion the right move. He represents everything that’s good with our academy and his journey is a good example what’s happening if you’re determined and don’t give up.

The storm seems to be over! From now on I’m 100% sure you’re the right guy to take us forward to success. There will be bumps on the road and we will face disappointments but the future look bright with you at the wheel. The foundation is there and with a few addition we will challenge everybody in Europe. .
I second that and have posted something similar, albeit not as an apology.
Just hope it is not a false dawn.
 

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“Ole in” gang :lol: Is that a thing or is it just normal fan who doesn’t run around screaming Ole is clueless
 

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These threads are pointless.

When we go on a sudden run of bad form, the Ole-out gang will crow and the Ole-in gang will disappear.
When we go on a sudden run of good form, the Ole-in gang will crow and the Ole-out gang will disappear.
If he wins some sort of league and cup double that wouldn't at least put it to bed for you for another season or two barring some absolute horror show the year after?
 

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How much have you had to drink?
Thanks for asking. Not been drunk since January 2000.

Two life threatening strokes so no more alcohol for me. I have no problem to change my mind or my opinion if the evidence is there. The world is spinning around 24/7 so we have to follow with it and accept things can change.
 

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He has top tier man management. His players both like and respect him. Also not afraid to admit he got things wrong and change things up. Very rare qualities.

I still think he has someway to go in style, tactics and in-game management but he has definitely improved.
 

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Did you get on the knee and give the oath of allegiance, declaring Ole as your overlord.

Else, it maybe off with your head
 

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We’re not even half way through the season as there’s very little between the top 8. Maybe you should wait until April before posting something like this either way.
 

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Thanks for asking. Not been drunk since January 2000.

Two life threatening strokes so no more alcohol for me. I have no problem to change my mind or my opinion if the evidence is there. The world is spinning around 24/7 so we have to follow with it and accept things can change.
Well done for being honest.

In fairness as fans we all want the best for the club first and foremost.

I think a lot of the tension has crept in when some have noted certain positives with Ole before others had and then it’s been hard to take the negativity and perceived ignorance of these positives by some.

Also when you believe somebody is doing the right things there is a real fear that he may lose his job and put us back to square one.

It’s not been an easy road though, it’s been tough going but there is slow and steady progress.

Let’s all unite behind the team and chase these Scousers down :devil:
 

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It would take a lot for me to convert to Ole out and its good to see him getting some positive remarks for a change.

Its fair to say he still has plenty to improve on, it was only a couple of games ago that he sat on the side lines throughout the whole game and did virtually nothing to change the pattern of the game vrs Wolves but got bailed out by a fortunate winner.

Its these kind if scenarios where he really needs to improve.