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Certainly not but throwing the dummy away and making personal derogatory statements about a guy that does really love the club isn't the way. If CC and his staff had the team in the top 3 it wouldn't satisfy some of the know alls on here.


I don’t agree with going personal but being unhappy about lack of results the past two and half years isn’t dummy spitting. We could be 0/6 tomorrow.
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We have Chester saying that he is considering his position because of comments made online. We have MC considering his position because of comments made online about a member of staff. I don’t know what was written but sadly it is all too common in society however I am yet to see anyone else threaten to take the same action.
I would prefer Chester to actually be more concerned with how the team are performing and MC to consider the impact on revenue with the way we are performing. This is far more important than what is posted online unless of course you are looking for a scapegoat to cover why you want out or why you have failed to coach a competitive team.
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The abuse on line is not on. I think if the fans were in the ground voicing their disapproval, CC may well have gone but with no boos from the terraces, it's business as usual.

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Scarlet Pimpernell wrote:
We have Chester saying that he is considering his position because of comments made online. We have MC considering his position because of comments made online about a member of staff. I don’t know what was written but sadly it is all too common in society however I am yet to see anyone else threaten to take the same action.
I would prefer Chester to actually be more concerned with how the team are performing and MC to consider the impact on revenue with the way we are performing. This is far more important than what is posted online unless of course you are looking for a scapegoat to cover why you want out or why you have failed to coach a competitive team.


It's a game. What goes on on the field is not as important as personal abuse that makes someone feel less about themselves or feel that their family is being affected.
What makes me shake my head is that you imply that the 'all too common'' but doesn't include you.
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FickleFingerOfFate wrote:
The abuse on line is not on. I think if the fans were in the ground voicing their disapproval, CC may well have gone but with no boos from the terraces, it's business as usual.


But not all fans do feel that way. We've had worse seasons than this and supporters have tried to rally them rather than boo them.
If you are right and I'm on my own, then you'll hear me at the next home game as I'll be cheering them on, no matter what.
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Well they have one more game without supporters who I don’t think will take it well if our performances do not improve. Chester has been cocooned from the Wakefield supporters who we all know are not the most understanding. I hope he turns the team around.
We read every day of people being abused online I don’t agree with it in fact I am not on any of these types of platforms. The easiest way to avoid it is to remove yourself from these platforms which I believe Chester has done. It is a shame he had to do this and yes I want him removed because I feel he is failing in his job but like many I have never wished him or his family any harm which appears to be what you are suggesting PT.

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Part and parcel of any coaching job no matter what the sport ,you’ve got to have a thick skin to survive . You take the plaudits when your winning and have to take the criticism when your losing . From the bits I’ve seen on social media the vast majority of people are critical of his tactics not him personally, and would take those idiots that do with a pinch of salt anyway . Unfortunately in these days of social media you have to put up with it or come off it it’s that simple . You can turn to any event on Facebook or the like and the vast majority are respectful and polite ,but the few think it’s ok and big to hide behind the screen and spout abuse, it’s not on any level . Unfortunately it’s the sad reality of living in today’s society and the bubble of social media , and I don’t think it’s going to change anytime soon .

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If I was CC i would simply keep off social media sites, which are the scourge of modern society.
They're the perfect hiding place for gutless cowards, who have found the perfect way of hurting people without any comeback on them.
I'm of the older end now but I just don't understand the way these sites reel people in (particularly youngsters)
Reminds me very much of the social life around my school days, which thank god I grew out of, and have absolutely no wish to re-visit.

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Think 8 wins in 48 games sums it up for me .Any were else he would have gone a long time ago .It's not just that, the rugby we have been playing over the last few year as been shocking .

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Got a funny feeling if cc goes so will mc ?


No he won’t they are not lovers.

MC has already stated he’s ready to go but will see the ground through, I think that’s pretty clear.
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