"In the first half we completely controlled it, looked strong and confident, got balls in the box, and we have to take our chances. It's as simple as that. We were in control in that first half and never felt threatened at all. We moved the ball well and threatened them."
Probably his last job now in football management.QPR under Warburton have achieved an average of 1.17 points per game and 1.42 goals per game, with a 37% win rate.
Please, please don’t sack him. I think he can, er, turn them around. He just needs another season or two to get up to speed. Honest.
The problem is, what can he say he brings to either a manager or DoF role? It will by now be painfully obvious that his only real success in either job was with us, that our subsequent history shows how heavily reliant he was on the set up here to have that success and that he had absolutely no real hand in creating our transfer strategy. Indeed, if he tried to claim it I think any savvy interviewer at a club would point out he left us because he completely opposed it. He’s invited people to judge whether it was his ability or BFC’s set up that gave us success while he was with us. And the answer is beyond doubt now.Probably his last job now in football management.
Expect his next role will be more Director of Football somewhere . Not in need of employment given previously a FX dealer so a case of what he wants to do pre retirement
Yes remember that dreadful period where your main problem was with the guy who pays the bills.Pleased your love for him has never waned.
If so, we're doomed (International level that is).Any word on the Breadman leaving the poopers to join the England set up? I heard (OK from a pooper supporting delivery man in Glasgow) that he had agreed to such and was off...
I haven't the foggiest if he right or its just BS
"Poor man’s Sean Dyche" made me laughBournemouth fans not impressed with him.
So just heard Mark Warburtons post match interview - don't know what game he was watching saying we kept fouling them and gertting away with it whole game - maybe he needs reminding that he was lucky to have 11 players on the pitch when one of his team decided to kick out at Smudger!bournemouth-forum.vitalfootball.co.uk
Sounds like his usual post match comments, after a defeat.
Commentary said they had a lower half budget!! Can’t believe that with Austin and Gray playingHe lacks any class. It shines through after any defeat.
Same sound bites. Yawn zzzzzzzzzzzzzz
Hope he has another season of failure. Lets not underestimate how much they have spent on some wages and loans this season.