View Poll Results: How will Potter do next season?

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  • Naive, lots of thrashings and relegation/sacking

    46 10.72%
  • Breath of fresh air we’ll do well

    125 29.14%
  • Enjoyable but a relegation fight

    226 52.68%
  • Other

    32 7.46%
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    Assuming we appoint Graham Potter, your gut feeling on next season


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    Obviously way too early to make a considered call. Player signings and sales will probably give us a better idea what to expect, BUT as of today how do you think he’ll do?
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      Better performances, more enjoyable to watch. 15th placed finish with one or two humbling defeats and unexpected wins. Something like that anyway.

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      Get some decent forwards in, we'll be fine.
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      Expect we'll be competitive but that it'll still be a battle for 17th realistically.

      People seem to think there's only negative ten men behind the ball or expansive drubbings with no middle ground.
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      More attacking, more goals, more fluid, more fun, more open, more goals conceded
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      Think we'll do well.

      The Amex crowd is brilliant and the stadium is a fortress when the fans have something to get excited about.

      If Potter can grind out some decent away performances too, we could potentially have a great season.

      CH is a legend etc, but I must admit when I thought he'd be our manager, I wasn't looking forward to the season nearly as much as I am now.
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      If we can be *more Bournemouth than Burnley* I'd be very happy.

      We'll walk before we can run though, so I suspect a 15th-16th place finish.
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      Another question might be: who would you most trust to keep us in the Premier League - Potter or Hughton? I think this is a huge gamble by TB. Despite coming close to going down, I think CH was unlucky with dud signings and injuries. And in the end he just about got the job done. He is tactically adept at nullifying the opposition. I think we will be on the end of a few 6-0's ourselves next season and could well end up doing a Fulham - trying to play expansive football but getting picked off by teams that are simply better than us.
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      Quote Originally Posted by kevo View Post
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      Another question might be: who would you most trust to keep us in the Premier League - Potter or Hughton? I think this is a huge gamble by TB. Despite coming close to going down, I think CH was unlucky with dud signings and injuries. And in the end he just about got the job done. He is tactically adept at nullifying the opposition. I think we will be on the end of a few 6-0's ourselves next season and could well end up doing a Fulham - trying to play expansive football but getting picked off by teams that are simply better than us.
      Potter.

      Hughton was in a downward spiral. A great 4+ years, a top manager, the right time to go before his legacy was tainted.
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      This is our Frank De Boer moment. We are doing a lot more than just changing our manager, we are changing our style of play aswell as hopefully giving youth a bit more opportunity. We have to be patient and back him through what I suspect will be a tough start to the season.

      Basically if this time next year we finish 17th but are talking about our better style of play and the young players who have progressed this season then I would consider it a success.

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