You are the one in favour of retaining the coaching staff as is.I might be a bit bias, but I'd like to see CHT at the club. If we can't develop him, it really says a lot about us as an organisation.
You are the one in favour of retaining the coaching staff as is.
He hasn't really shown any improvement under them this year.
Let him go to a club where he can learn then, in a couple of years, we can buy him back for much more money.
Really, since the U20's competition finished and John Ackland's time with the club finished we have very little evidence of developing young players.
I totally agree.Again, my support for Brown is not as much confidence that he's the best guy for the job. It has to be held together with the bigger narrative of the last several years. In fact, I was making this same argument with Kearney. We can't keep on this cycle of appointing coaches and then sacking them prematurely (before their contract ends) and expect to eventually end up with a world class coach. It isn't working and we keep on doing it.
he wants his family and friends on the coaching team...Happy to change his assistants, providing he's on board with the change.