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    I am really hoping the Potter deal gets done ASAP. I think it will be an excellent appointment. Let's get it done quickly so he can have as long as possible to prepare for next season. Exciting times!
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      Oh dear, what a mess

      Recruitment team waiting to find out if they have a job.
      If they do have a job, recruitment team waiting to find out what sort of players the manager will want.
      Recruitment team waiting to find out who their boss will be, or maybe who their bosses boss will be.

      Transfer window open

      Players unsure of their future playing roles, or even their future at the club.

      Oh, and I would rather have Mike Bassett than Phil Neville
      That sounds like so far , a fairly normal pursuit of a new manager (who already has a job).
      Brighton have made an opening bid, Swansea have publicly at least resisted, Potter is negotiating what he wants which might or might not involve a role for all or some of his backroom team.
      Might not happen in the end but hardly a "mess' is it.

      The local press say this , this morning.
      "Swansea City boss Graham Potter remains firmly in the frame to become Brighton's new manager."
      https://www.walesonline.co.uk/sport/...nager-16282720
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      If Phil Neville gets the job, there's only one question, why get rid of Hughton ?
      Jobs for the boys?
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      Jobs for the boys?
      If this happens would it be unreasonable to suggest that CH was probably a dead man walking as soon as Ashworth was appointed?

      It might explain why our season went downhill so fast.
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      If this happens would it be unreasonable to suggest that CH was a dead man walking as soon as Ashworth was appointed?
      He was appointed last September.
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      He was appointed last September.
      OK maybe it actually happened when he started but that doesn’t alter the fact that it was the appointment that POSSIBLY took us to where we are. Just speculating, maybe a conspiracy theory too far though I accept

      Did I say I REALLY don’t want Phil Neville as our manager?
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      That sounds like so far , a fairly normal pursuit of a new manager (who already has a job).
      Brighton have made an opening bid, Swansea have publicly at least resisted, Potter is negotiating what he wants which might or might not involve a role for all or some of his backroom team.
      Might not happen in the end but hardly a "mess' is it.

      The local press say this , this morning.
      "Swansea City boss Graham Potter remains firmly in the frame to become Brighton's new manager."
      https://www.walesonline.co.uk/sport/...nager-16282720
      I agree. We haven't even had the play-off final yet so we are hardly behind the curve
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      I am really hoping the Potter deal gets done ASAP. I think it will be an excellent appointment. Let's get it done quickly so he can have as long as possible to prepare for next season. Exciting times!

      It's all part of Life's Rich Pageant that is being an Albion fan.

      I can see Tony Bloom saying, sorry Graham but after giving Swansea 3 Mill. to get you here & breaking our transfer fee record to get James, there's no money left.

      Potter has to use the Youth squad, because all last season's over priced flops are out on loan. Potter then gets Brighton into top 6 or gets them relegated.
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      III. For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction
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      Let's just see how our new manager does before we right him or her off.
      Would prefer to see how he does with a few years in English football before we see it live on the job personally.

      Fat Frank must be above him as he took a young side to the play offs and not 10th in his first season.

      Neither appeal although Fat Frank I reckon would be a better risk of the 2
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      Ben White, perhaps.
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