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Re: Chester out part 65 Fri May 14, 2021 10:49 pm  

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PopTart wrote:
By all means moan about Chester if that's your style but nothing about that loss was because of Chester.


In some kind of way your right as hes not out there making mistakes dropping of tackles etc but im the same essance you could say that if we win cos he aint the one scoring trys etc.....really feel for the guy tonight he needed a win and the lads did battle for him that there is no doubt.the thing that can be doubted is as he got the ability to transform our shocking form and reults cos leeds wearnt good tonight but we stil lost. I know your a big chester fan and i for one minute aint slagging him as its not needed or right but i just want my team to win some games and at this moment in time it aint happening amd that for me is more important than who is coaching the side...
Re: Chester out part 65 Fri May 14, 2021 10:51 pm  
westgaterunner Strong-running second rower
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Some people on here want to give their head a shake sometimes .This may be the best squad of players we have had, but I would say that every team in Superleague have got the best squad of players they have ever had. If some these "Chester out" brigade want to test how good our squad is , they should pick the best 25 players in the league , with 1 to 13 playing in there positions and the rest in any playing position and see how many Wakey players pop up in that squad of players.
Re: Chester out part 65 Fri May 14, 2021 11:02 pm  

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westgaterunner wrote:
Some people on here want to give their head a shake sometimes .This may be the best squad of players we have had, but I would say that every team in Superleague have got the best squad of players they have ever had. If some these "Chester out" brigade want to test how good our squad is , they should pick the best 25 players in the league , with 1 to 13 playing in there positions and the rest in any playing position and see how many Wakey players pop up in that squad of players.


Can i just ask are we all be happy with 20 defeats in last 23 v sl opposition..do we just watch our team get relagated without so much of a noise...not saying chester out is the right thing but wouldnt say its wrong either 50/50 for me
Re: Chester out part 65 Fri May 14, 2021 11:12 pm  

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westgaterunner wrote:
After the final whistle when CC got interviewed, why he didnt unload both barrels on what he thought of some of the decisions made.


I think that’s a combo of him being a nice bloke and not being capable of coaching the team to win any more

Blaming the ref always looks terrible so I’m glad he didn’t do that although it was on the tip of his tounge clearly, what else can Chester do other than act like a wounded animal

Feel genuinely sorry for the guy but more so for the players and the fans, as we don’t deserve it either

If I were Chester and I say again he’s clearly a lovely fella
But simply if I continued week in week out to fail at my job on such a regular basis I would hand in my notice and do something else

The game was there for us and we should have won tonight, this isn’t something Chris can turn round anymore
Re: Chester out part 65 Fri May 14, 2021 11:14 pm  
westgaterunner Strong-running second rower
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Its many factors involved in the club . Lack of sponsors , lack of season ticket holders, punching well above our weight for nearly 20 years. Sometimes time catches up with us and we experience excessive defeats., but theres people on here who think that winning is shared out instead of been earned . I have been fortunate to have supported since 1967 and believe me if some of these so called supporters had seen some of the seasons over the past 50 years they would`nt be on CC back.
Re: Chester out part 65 Fri May 14, 2021 11:15 pm  

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Luppylad wrote:
Can i just ask are we all be happy with 20 defeats in last 23 v sl opposition..do we just watch our team get relagated without so much of a noise...not saying chester out is the right thing but wouldnt say its wrong either 50/50 for me


Simply put this is exactly right
Just look at the win ratio, it’s absolutely horrendous

If we keep going as is
We will get relegated

It’s no good for anyone this situation
Chester has to leave
Re: Chester out part 65 Fri May 14, 2021 11:16 pm  

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musson wrote:
I think that’s a combo of him being a nice bloke and not being capable of coaching the team to win any more

Blaming the ref always looks terrible so I’m glad he didn’t do that although it was on the tip of his tounge clearly, what else can Chester do other than act like a wounded animal

Feel genuinely sorry for the guy but more so for the players and the fans, as we don’t deserve it either

If I were Chester and I say again he’s clearly a lovely fella
But simply if I continued week in week out to fail at my job on such a regular basis I would hand in my notice and do something else

The game was there for us and we should have won tonight, this isn’t something Chris can turn round anymore



You got to think of his own health he looked broken tonight and really dont eish that on him
Re: Chester out part 65 Fri May 14, 2021 11:22 pm  
westgaterunner Strong-running second rower
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If we are in such a quandry which Coach is going to step in to try and stop the rot ? People will say McDermott ,Ward etc, but do you think they come right now ? Maybe the one coach that could be welcomed would John Kear for what he did in the past but I don`t know if he would come back again.
Re: Chester out part 65 Fri May 14, 2021 11:26 pm  

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Luppylad wrote:
You got to think of his own health he looked broken tonight and really dont eish that on him


Agree pal

Honestly I hate saying it as good people which I believe Chris to be don’t deserve a hard time but I’ve never ever believed we’d be relegated until this season except for the year jk saved us (still cannot believe he did)

It’s just so glaringly obvious that Chester has to move on

I can remember him playing at Stanley 25 years back, he’a had great career as a player, it’s time for him to let go or the only thing he’ll be remembered for is sending us to the championship
Re: Chester out part 65 Fri May 14, 2021 11:29 pm  
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So what you are saying is we are so poor that any decent coach would not want the job. We must continue with the incumbent who could be blamed for making us so unattractive.
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