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Why is Farke given so much time, and under little pressure

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It’s because fans have been conditioned to accept failure and because the club have invested so heavily in this setup they won’t be able to get themselves out of it.

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Yeh he will get all the time because the Webberloution has marked Farke as their man.

It will be a mark of failure on Webber as well as Farke and the little snot wont want that.

Think despite rumour mills and even a bit of hope, we wont lose Farke until its too late.

A shame I want to see the club do well under Farke but he cant seem to get the players playing for him.

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Because either the Club still thinks this new set up can still work, which is doubtful, or because they don''t want to admit that they got it so badly wrong, which is probable.

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As I said on another thread, had it been a manager like Warnock with his record heads would roll

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Where on earth do people get this idea Huddersfield wanted rid of Webber? They could have sacked him months before we were even remotely interested..

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[quote user="hogesar"]Where on earth do people get this idea Huddersfield wanted rid of Webber? They could have sacked him months before we were even remotely interested..[/quote]

.........and you still continue to defend the regime hogesar! Webber is the Fred Goodwin of football.........given too much power by a clueless Board and the result will be the same! For shareholders read supporters!

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Have never known any norwich manager (or even any at another club) who has survived once the home crowd properly turns.....if/when that''s happens, it''s only a matter of time "project" or not.

.......never underestimate fan power

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The other NCFC, who are really difficult not to be aware of if you''re on Twitter, have today sacked their manager after winning only 8 of the last 28.

They''ve also started the season very poorly, heavily criticised on defence. It''s strangely parallel.

Interesting question being, if Farke now oversees 4 wins in the next 7 to equal that record, would people be happier with things?

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15 minutes ago, If wed only kept Howie.. said:

lots of folks embarrassing themselves above.. 

Notable by its absence is you disagreeing with the OP at the time...

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32 minutes ago, ron obvious said:

 

Perhaps because it's wisest to keep your own counsel sometimes. And if you make pronouncements expect them to be commented upon.

 

Maybe a football forum isn't for you then...

The guy bumping these threads might have a point if he was there, arguing the counter point at the time. But he/she wasn't.

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6 minutes ago, king canary said:

Maybe a football forum isn't for you then...

The guy bumping these threads might have a point if he was there, arguing the counter point at the time. But he/she wasn't.

Seems to be an awful lot of smug thread dredging going on this weekend, hope some of them don't live to regret this and Farke pisses this up having been in a very strong position.

The players have proved they are as good as or better than anyone else in this league. There's nothing to fear in this league and we have a massive opportunity for promotion.

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