plymouth1970 wrote: Adams to move upstairs . Sturrock to return.
Biggs wrote: I hesitate to say this because it might not sound particularly pleasant, but I wouldn't be overly happy with Michael Dunford the only football man at the club above Adams. Not least because his last two clubs aren't exactly in a great position, Crawley and Chesterfield.
It feels as if everything at Argyle is pointed in a very modern direction now, but Dunford seems very old-fashioned to me and a bit of a strange fit. His interview on Argyle Chat the other week didn't massively reassure me, for example I'm not sure he really knew what social media was.
I would rather we delayed a shake-up until the summer, and James Brent just continued in the position until then. I'm not even sure you can call him a non-football expert now, after 7 years of pretty intense experience.
crownhillpilgrim wrote: Enjoyed Sturrock's first run here, but, as a football manager, his time has long gone. We need a modern Eddie Howe type manager; someone young with good man management abilities, tactical nous and media skills.
JannerinCardiff wrote:Steve Evans wrote: i think simon will have to make a huge first decision.
Who will be chairman when he realises he can’t do it from the US..?
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