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kentpompey Posted on 28/09/2019 20:06
Worst thing that could have happened today
 
 
A boring 1/0 win and a crap performance . Just means Jackett will be here a bit longer
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Gulf_of_Tonking Posted on 28/09/2019 21:57

Worst thing that could have happened today

 
His 50% win ratio is just shocking.
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Bedblockers Posted on 28/09/2019 22:08

Worst thing that could have happened today

 
Whats it like since February?
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Gulf_of_Tonking Posted on 28/09/2019 22:24

Worst thing that could have happened today

 
Since February - 43.2%
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pfc_blues Posted on 29/09/2019 09:22

Worst thing that could have happened today

 
We can't live of the record KJ has has previously here though can we?! We could not win another game this season and his win record would be nearly 40% for his time here.

Jose mourinho has a career win percentage of nearly 65%. He had a win record of 58% and united and at Chelsea had win records of 67% and 59%. That didn't stop those sides getting rid of him during poor third seasons!
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Deebo Posted on 29/09/2019 09:54
Edited On: 29/09/2019 10:21
Worst thing that could have happened today

 
Rhetorical question. Who's the better manager?

One has a good, large squad, supported by big crowds, plays boring football that doesn't win promotion and has a win rate of 50%.

The other has inferior resources but manages to keep his team in the same division by playing attractive football and has a win rate of 40%.

Point is win rates mean nothing unless put in context.


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dawnshandbag Posted on 29/09/2019 10:48

Worst thing that could have happened today

 
Long term statistics are great but sitting in front of the games one by one with your eyes isn't
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Bluetag Posted on 29/09/2019 10:58

Worst thing that could have happened today

 
GOT thinking KJ is best ever and stats prove everything is alright shocker
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shinpad Posted on 29/09/2019 12:50

Worst thing that could have happened today

 
First half was woeful. Second half better (it had to be). No a confident display.
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Gulf_of_Tonking Posted on 29/09/2019 15:41

Worst thing that could have happened today

 
Come on lads, it's just a great question for king troll Kent - who 'surprisingly' hasn't answered it.

I never wanted Jackett here - but he almost won promotion last year - and came unstuck due to very successful loanees unexpectedly returning to their parent club.

At the beginning of this season - I said this term would be completely different to last season - and we would be improving as the league progressed. This may be happening - but it's too early to say. The missing games may help us - as we could win these later - and be in better form.

Curtis has been woeful this year, but hasn't had anyone to replace him due to injuries. Williams and Harness are now both fit - and should be the starting pair.

The midfield needs sorting in terms of structure, and personnel. McCrorie has been a bit disappointing - but should come good. Close isn't on form yet. The defensive crisis hasn't helped due to needing to move Naylor back in the mix.

We currently have 3 injuries to CB's - if we include Hawkins - and Burgess and Hawkins playing well together the other day shows how much familiarity helps the whole unit. Bolton needs to find more form, and Haunstrup is currently filling in - although I think he is better going forward than Brown - and should come on this year.

Jackett will get more games if he keeps picking up wins, but I don't expect much from Doncaster.
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Isaac-Hunt Posted on 29/09/2019 16:25

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"One has a good, large squad, supported by big crowds, plays boring football that doesn't win promotion and has a win rate of 50%.

The other has inferior resources but manages to keep his team in the same division by playing attractive football and has a win rate of 40%"

How about

One has a good, large squad, supported by big crowds, plays boring football but wins promotion and has a win rate of 50%.
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Portseablue Posted on 29/09/2019 19:52

Worst thing that could have happened today

 
King Kenny nearly won promotion last season, the other way to look at it is he threw it away. This win % the fans that are still behind him like to mention, what's his win % in the league since January and what is it this season? Jackettball has been sussed (apart from by Tranmere and a couple of Championship U23s teams).
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