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PostPosted: Mon Sep 09, 2019 5:43 pm 
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RHINO-MARK wrote:First of all Joe Vickery he was garbage GH happily gave him a deal he did it with Beu Falloon etc etc they arent perfect.
Good for you this is the same KS who did the big speech about SC been sat in the stands ,squad quality etc then made Ferres captain signed Jordan Thompson kept Jjb & a 2yr out of date Ablett on a 2 year deal.
Signed Crosby on a 3yr deal knowing he was injured brought in Albert Luke Briscoe & sacked Furner without a replacement so winged it with Agar.
Now whatever they may or may not seen we've all seen what happens on matchday we all know whats happened elsewhere on matchdays nothing whatsoever points him to him been good enough.
Heres a big clue he's done naff all anywhere before he's got it because the plsyers like him he's a yes man for Sinfield & GH's brother in law.
if he's so crap then why would they put the club at risk and also how come if Agars got the job only because he's GH brother-in-law then how come it's taken so long for him to get employed by Leeds,you would have thought he would have in years ago.But hey you must know better than the people who are seeing the coaching operation day in day out.






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PostPosted: Mon Sep 09, 2019 5:48 pm 
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They are obviously still working on the back room staff.

Wonder if it will be Carr, but they don’t want to announce it while Fev go through the play offs?

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 09, 2019 6:42 pm 
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Just listen to the supporters of the teams where he has been head coach. There hasn’t been one supporter who has spoke highly of him. I think that says everything of the man as a first team coach.
He came to the club when we were two points off the bottom of the league, we have finished two points off the bottom of the league, I then hear there has been an improvement. Will someone on here point out to me where the improvement has been, because facts are facts, you can only measure the improvement by the points we have won, yet we are still only two points off the bottom. I have a lot of patience, a lot of optimism, but now I’ve nothing left. It’s is a dreadful decision. The man has achieved nothing in his career as a first team coach, he is not good enough as a coach for this role.

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Brodie123 wrote:Just listen to the supporters of the teams where he has been head coach.
That's possibly the worst advice I've ever seen.






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Why Ghost, where ever he has coached not one of the fans have a decent word to say about him. He has won nowt in the game, his teams have never competed and usually he leaves by mutual consent. If he is that good why wasn’t he first team coach before he came to Leeds. He is not even good enough for the Championship

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 09, 2019 6:54 pm 
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My last say on this matter, I know it’s a hot topic and a lot is said with tongue in cheek etc.
But what is true, like Agar or not, it is hard to justify him becoming head coach of Leeds, I cannot find the words to write down how and why he has got this job.

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 09, 2019 6:57 pm 
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As someone who watched the Agar years at Hull I'm astonished he's got another head coaching gig.
He seems to be highly regarded within the game as his appointments at Wire and Leeds testify, but at Hull it wasn't just the results that were poor, the standard of rugby was awful.
Five drives up the middle and a kick.
Pretty much the same garbage served up under Radford as a matter of fact. Hopefully Agar will poach him as his assistant.






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Brodie123 wrote:Just listen to the supporters of the teams where he has been head coach. There hasn’t been one supporter who has spoke highly of him. I think that says everything of the man as a first team coach.
He came to the club when we were two points off the bottom of the league, we have finished two points off the bottom of the league, I then hear there has been an improvement. Will someone on here point out to me where the improvement has been, because facts are facts, you can only measure the improvement by the points we have won, yet we are still only two points off the bottom. I have a lot of patience, a lot of optimism, but now I’ve nothing left. It’s is a dreadful decision. The man has achieved nothing in his career as a first team coach, he is not good enough as a coach for this role.
yes and all the ones at the bottom we winning points aswel.Do you remember a season where so many clubs could have been relegated?






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Exactly, I say no more, thank you Lang Park

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Brodie123 wrote:Just listen to the supporters of the teams where he has been head coach. There hasn’t been one supporter who has spoke highly of him. I think that says everything of the man as a first team coach.
He came to the club when we were two points off the bottom of the league, we have finished two points off the bottom of the league, I then hear there has been an improvement. Will someone on here point out to me where the improvement has been, because facts are facts, you can only measure the improvement by the points we have won, yet we are still only two points off the bottom. I have a lot of patience, a lot of optimism, but now I’ve nothing left. It’s is a dreadful decision. The man has achieved nothing in his career as a first team coach, he is not good enough as a coach for this role.


If you can’t see an improvement in the team the I don’t know what you’re watching, do you think the team im thr first half of the year would have held seven sets on their own line out like on Friday.

Look its a futile argument as were never going to agree the proof will be in the pudding next year and I’ll happily (or rather unhappily) hold my hand up if were scratching around at the bottom again.

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