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[Albion] Graham Potter



Munchkin

Well-known member
Jul 12, 2005
2,297
Littlehampton
Thank you.

You started the change and contributed 30% of the points as manager to achieving the European dream.

No doubt you’re kicking yourself, but life moves on. Despite the haters you are the one that gave RDZ the platform and for that I’m grateful.
 










pb21

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Apr 23, 2010
6,362
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GT49er

Well-known member
Feb 1, 2009
46,980
Gloucester
Thank you.

You started the change and contributed 30% of the points as manager to achieving the European dream.

No doubt you’re kicking yourself, but life moves on. Despite the haters you are the one that gave RDZ the platform and for that I’m grateful.
Hear hear! Good to find I'm not the only one who doesn't want to re-write history! Whether Potter would have got us three places higher than he managed last season, I don't know - maybe, even probably, he wouldn't, but that doesn't mean we weren't doing pretty well the day before he left us (and felt pretty glum the day after he left - apart from THPP, of course).
 


















kuzushi

Well-known member
Oct 3, 2015
710
To be fair, I feel warmer towards Chris Hughton who not only got us up, but also did what is often considered even harder than getting in the Premier League kept us up, for two seasons.


Hear hear! Good to find I'm not the only one who doesn't want to re-write history! Whether Potter would have got us three places higher than he managed last season, I don't know - maybe, even probably, he wouldn't, but that doesn't mean we weren't doing pretty well the day before he left us (and felt pretty glum the day after he left - apart from THPP, of course).
I liked what someone said, which was that GP leaving BHAFC turned out to be the best thing to happen to BHAFC since GP joining BHAFC.
 


Neville's Breakfast

Well-known member
May 1, 2016
13,423
Oxton, Birkenhead
Thank you.

You started the change and contributed 30% of the points as manager to achieving the European dream.

No doubt you’re kicking yourself, but life moves on. Despite the haters you are the one that gave RDZ the platform and for that I’m grateful.
The foundations were laid by Tony Bloom. Potter was one of those employed to coach the team.
 






Questions

Habitual User
Oct 18, 2006
24,960
Worthing
Shit post today
Entitled to your opinion mate. But if it had not been for Potter laying the foundations we wouldn’t be where we are today, so pretty appropriate IMO.
you're right. But your post is not for today…. No offence sorry. Potter is no longer part of the new dream. He f***ed off.
 
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Bodian

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May 3, 2012
12,149
Cumbria
To be fair, I feel warmer towards Chris Hughton who not only got us up, but also did what is often considered even harder than getting in the Premier League kept us up, for two seasons.



I liked what someone said, which was that GP leaving BHAFC turned out to be the best thing to happen to BHAFC since GP joining BHAFC.
CH will be looking on proudly today I think.
 




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