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[Albion] How much appreciation will you show Roberto De Zerbi after the match tomorrow?

How much appreciation will you show Roberto De Zerbi after the match tomorrow?

  • Lots and lots

    Votes: 216 63.7%
  • A bit

    Votes: 89 26.3%
  • None

    Votes: 28 8.3%
  • I'll be booing the Judas

    Votes: 6 1.8%

  • Total voters
    339
  • Poll closed .


Harry Wilson's tackle

Harry Wilson's Tackle
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Oct 8, 2003
53,040
Faversham
'Mutual agreement' are just words. Are you suggesting the club said 'goodbye' or did RDZ? If it's a better offer, I guess he needs the money.
Sorry, I'm just f***ed off that he's leaving.
Who knew? :lolol:

I had a little moment of anger for 10 minutes this afternoon, now I'm simply excited to know which lucky b'stard will be getting the job.
 














Sid and the Sharknados

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Sep 4, 2022
4,839
Darlington
and he was honourable enough to prevent his new employer paying his release fee - as was Bloom
Surely it'd be better from our point of view if his new employer did pay his release fee?
One thing I'll say for Potter, at least it was all in line with the contract everybody signed up to and we got a wedge of cash out of it.
 


Cheshire Cat

The most curious thing..
No, f*** him - especially after his comments about how much he loves it here. Yeah, he ( and the players!) got us to Europe, but even making it clear before the last match?
f*** him and f*** the horse he rode in on.
Have you been making marmalade today using some very bitter oranges?
 


Westdene Seagull

aka Cap'n Carl Firecrotch
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Oct 27, 2003
21,310
The arse end of Hangleton
'Mutual agreement' are just words. Are you suggesting the club said 'goodbye' or did RDZ? If it's a better offer, I guess he needs the money.
Sorry, I'm just f***ed off that he's leaving.
I'm suggesting that the club had already decided to push him regardless - probably because his view of progress and theirs might be different - and they knew he'd been talking to other clubs (which his contract probably allowed him to do just as long as he didn't leave mid-season). Therefore the adults on both side went "Thanks for the great times but we're now going in different directions. Thanks for all the fish.". An amicable divorce you might call it.
 




birthofanorange

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Aug 31, 2011
6,110
David Gilmour's armpit
I'm suggesting that the club had already decided to push him regardless - probably because his view of progress and theirs might be different - and they knew he'd been talking to other clubs (which his contract probably allowed him to do just as long as he didn't leave mid-season). Therefore the adults on both side went "Thanks for the great times but we're now going in different directions. Thanks for all the fish.". An amicable divorce you might call it.
Lovely. It's still shit.
 




METALMICKY

Well-known member
Jan 30, 2004
6,277
The traditional lap of appreciation is going to have a strange feel to it, isn't it?

How much appreciation will you be directing at our departing manager?

Worse case scenario is we have a bad defeat and the atmosphere could be decidedly flat
 




Westdene Seagull

aka Cap'n Carl Firecrotch
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Oct 27, 2003
21,310
The arse end of Hangleton
Surely it'd be better from our point of view if his new employer did pay his release fee?
Somewhat depends on his contract though - something which NOBODY on here knows ( regardless of how ITK they make themselves out to be ). Always makes me laugh when people think they know what individual players are paid - no they don't, they are bullshitting.
 
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Sorrel

Well-known member
Jul 5, 2003
2,818
Back in East Sussex
Tons of appreciation - he's been great most of the time, the team's been entertaining, we've had the best league position ever - there is so much good there that deserve our praise and thanks!
 






TottonSeagull

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Mar 5, 2011
4,533
Totton (Nr Southampton)
Did great until January and then patently didn't want to be here. Not sure he will ever amount to much better. All a bit of the Poyet to me. A thank you for last season but all a bit tainted by his attitude in 2024!
 




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