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« Reply #320 on: April 26, 2021, 18:44:13 pm »

It sadly doesn't work that way mate. If results are poor and the fans start demanding change (and they will) Jon Brady will end up the same way as countless managers before him. On the scrapheap.


Spot on, itís not as though any chairman likes sacking managers, it costs them lots of money and makes them look stupid for appointing them in the first place. How long managers last is mainly down to the fans and to a lesser extent whether the players when a manager loses the dressing room. If Brady is appointed and has a bad spell whether he stays or goes will be down to us.
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« Reply #321 on: April 26, 2021, 22:50:21 pm »

Manwork your relentless stalking of KT continues and still you carry on spending his (or DB's) money.

Why not try coming up with a tangible alternative instead of theory!

I hope the Brady bunch are given the opportunity to continue next season......and further seasons.
Did he win the club in a raffle? Iím not stalking him, heís the fcuking chairman, honestly the IQ of some of our fans beggars belief.
Why should I come up with an alternative? Heís the footballing man who got the club for a pound. Heís after the £100m+ profit for the land and development NOTHING ELSE.
Iím not the one who showed the council £4m for the completion of the east stand then reneged on it.
He owns the business and has a legal requirement to run the club as a going concern, not racking up an enormous debt.
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« Reply #322 on: April 26, 2021, 23:13:21 pm »

Lots of talk about Brady's passion and interview prowess. I loved KC's passion and some of his interviews. He waffled sometimes but was good for a quote and engaged very well with the media, locally and nationally and was a good representative for us. Brady takes an age to get his points across in interviews. Neither is a reason to hire or fire mind.
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« Reply #323 on: April 27, 2021, 05:27:04 am »

Did he win the club in a raffle? Iím not stalking him, heís the fcuking chairman, honestly the IQ of some of our fans beggars belief.
Why should I come up with an alternative? Heís the footballing man who got the club for a pound. Heís after the £100m+ profit for the land and development NOTHING ELSE.
Iím not the one who showed the council £4m for the completion of the east stand then reneged on it.
He owns the business and has a legal requirement to run the club as a going concern, not racking up an enormous debt.
'I'm  not stalking him'...LAUGHABLE !

How many hundreds of posts have you repeatedly aimed at KT, it beggars belief?

You question our IQ but we are aware of the facts and can make our own minds up, it is you who needs to look in a mirror!
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« Reply #324 on: April 27, 2021, 07:01:27 am »

Spot on, itís not as though any chairman likes sacking managers, it costs them lots of money and makes them look stupid for appointing them in the first place. How long managers last is mainly down to the fans and to a lesser extent whether the players when a manager loses the dressing room. If Brady is appointed and has a bad spell whether he stays or goes will be down to us.


Maybe we should have more patience? We've been mostly 4th Division for 50 odd years so demanding new managers doesn't seem to work!

We just have to give Brady, Marc and Sammo a go and for me its not the cheap option, its the correct one, a great opportunity. Assuming we're in league 2 next season it will be a lot more fun to watch than KC's last season in league 2, if you take out the slightly fortunate covid jump into the play off's.

The biggest factor for me is if they do succeed as I reckon we have a much better chance of keeping them (and players) rather than the whole deck of cards collapsing again.

We've already seen names mentioned here just a few months back, "who could do a job," but they failed miserably and probably cost a fortune too!
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« Reply #325 on: April 27, 2021, 20:58:53 pm »

i think JB knows that in order to have a chance , you need a fighting budget .
The better players need to be kept and if thatís going to happen , bargain basement salaries canít be paid .
The recruitment structure has to change and training facilities need addressing .
If you donít get these conditions - clear off and do something worthwhile when you are a well established coach and run a business of your own .
Be in control - donít let them control you .
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« Reply #326 on: April 27, 2021, 23:12:54 pm »

i think JB knows that in order to have a chance , you need a fighting budget .
The better players need to be kept and if thatís going to happen , bargain basement salaries canít be paid .
The recruitment structure has to change and training facilities need addressing .
If you donít get these conditions - clear off and do something worthwhile when you are a well established coach and run a business of your own .
Be in control - donít let them control you .

This confirms your hunch...whether KT agrees is another matter!

https://www.northamptonchron.co.uk/sport/football/brady-would-want-certain-things-in-place-before-taking-the-cobblers-job-full-time-3215850
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« Reply #327 on: April 27, 2021, 23:30:11 pm »

'I'm  not stalking him'...LAUGHABLE !

How many hundreds of posts have you repeatedly aimed at KT, it beggars belief?

You question my IQ but we are aware of the facts and can make our own minds up, it is you who needs to look in a mirror!
Iíve corrected it for you.
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« Reply #328 on: April 28, 2021, 10:51:12 am »


I have nothing against KT particularly and have no answer to who could replace him but there is no doubt the club is going nowhere with this regime .
The best players get sold year after year and the stadium is not being developed .
The club has to be sold for us to progress , there is no question .
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« Reply #329 on: April 28, 2021, 11:56:29 am »

I have nothing against KT particularly and have no answer to who could replace him but there is no doubt the club is going nowhere with this regime .
The best players get sold year after year and the stadium is not being developed .
The club has to be sold for us to progress , there is no question .

Every lower league club sells their best players, for once we actually got decent money out of the Goode transfer.

The stadium development is a weird one, itís obviously goes hand in hand with the development of the surrounding land. KT is obviously not going to spend good money on the ground while there are uncertainties about the development which will fund it. On the other hand any profit out of the whole thing disappears as time goes by as itís linked to a lower league club that hemorrhage money, itís surely in the owners interest to get it done as soon as possible. So unless any new owner is a massive benefactor who wants to spunk away their massive wealth I donít see any difference with new owners.

As for progression outside of what the size of the club prohibits that will only happen in the short term if we get extremely lucky with manager and recruitment, or in the long run see above about extremely wealthy benefactor willing to throw away their money.
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« Reply #330 on: April 28, 2021, 12:10:44 pm »

Every lower league club sells their best players, for once we actually got decent money out of the Goode transfer.

The stadium development is a weird one, itís obviously goes hand in hand with the development of the surrounding land. KT is obviously not going to spend good money on the ground while there are uncertainties about the development which will fund it. On the other hand any profit out of the whole thing disappears as time goes by as itís linked to a lower league club that hemorrhage money, itís surely in the owners interest to get it done as soon as possible. So unless any new owner is a massive benefactor who wants to spunk away their massive wealth I donít see any difference with new owners.

As for progression outside of what the size of the club prohibits that will only happen in the short term if we get extremely lucky with manager and recruitment, or in the long run see above about extremely wealthy benefactor willing to throw away their money.
Even though he got the club on the promise he would finish the east stand?
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« Reply #331 on: April 28, 2021, 12:21:59 pm »

Even though he got the club on the promise he would finish the east stand?

Was that not also with the promise of being able to develop the surrounding area? If as you have suggested he has zero interest in the club and can make +£100m on the land then it makes sense to get the whole thing (land & stadium) done ASAP so you can sell the money haemorrhaging football club and walk off with as much money as possible?
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« Reply #332 on: April 28, 2021, 12:36:05 pm »

Even though he got the club on the promise he would finish the east stand?

I'd let that particular non legal 'promise' go if I was you, they will not be 'finishing' the East Stand until they get the land to develop.
If they don't I'll be joining you, at the top of the Express Lift Tower, to vocally express my own 'concern'.  Wink
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« Reply #333 on: April 28, 2021, 12:41:20 pm »

Was that not also with the promise of being able to develop the surrounding area? If as you have suggested he has zero interest in the club and can make +£100m on the land then it makes sense to get the whole thing (land & stadium) done ASAP so you can sell the money haemorrhaging football club and walk off with as much money as possible?
Grin He would have as well if it wasnít for that pesky council.
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« Reply #334 on: April 28, 2021, 12:44:44 pm »

I'd let that particular non legal 'promise' go if I was you, they will not be 'finishing' the East Stand until they get the land to develop.
If they don't I'll be joining you, at the top of the Express Lift Tower, to vocally express my own 'concern'.  Wink

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« Reply #335 on: April 28, 2021, 12:51:29 pm »

if you were a pro footballer why would u sign for NTFC?

Not to further your career
Not to enjoy the training and work facilities
Not to be at a 'all-in it' together family club
Not to be at an ambitious, forward thinking club

Time some more supporters start thinking and asking why we cannot attract or keep decent players.

Oliver is a big case in point, we got promoted, went to wembley, played to his style and yet couldn't wait to leave, Morton and Wharton didn't choose to come back. WHY?

So I don't think it is a simple as the manager or the budget, especially in comparison to others as I believe we have to pay extra for players as we can't offer them anything other than higher wages and easy motorway access.
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« Reply #336 on: April 28, 2021, 12:53:13 pm »

I'd let that particular non legal 'promise' go if I was you, they will not be 'finishing' the East Stand until they get the land to develop.
If they don't I'll be joining you, at the top of the Express Lift Tower, to vocally express my own 'concern'.  Wink

What does that broken 'promise' tell you about our Chairman and his plans for YOUR club?
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« Reply #337 on: April 28, 2021, 13:01:43 pm »

What does that broken 'promise' tell you about our Chairman and his plans for YOUR club?


"OUR" club.
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« Reply #338 on: April 28, 2021, 13:07:43 pm »

Comedy gold.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/av/football/34938496
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« Reply #339 on: April 28, 2021, 13:58:21 pm »

if you were a pro footballer why would u sign for NTFC?

Not to further your career
Not to enjoy the training and work facilities
Not to be at a 'all-in it' together family club
Not to be at an ambitious, forward thinking club

Time some more supporters start thinking and asking why we cannot attract or keep decent players.

Oliver is a big case in point, we got promoted, went to wembley, played to his style and yet couldn't wait to leave, Morton and Wharton didn't choose to come back. WHY?

So I don't think it is a simple as the manager or the budget, especially in comparison to others as I believe we have to pay extra for players as we can't offer them anything other than higher wages and easy motorway access.

Other than players moving on to bigger teams paying more wages I donít see a whole lot of our decent players leaving. Obviously Oliver is the exception who it could be said made a lateral move although Gillingham could be said to be more established in league 1 than us, as heís never stated his reason we will never know.
Wharton stayed to fight for his place at his home club while it seems likely that WBA send Morton to Lincoln because of links with Appleton.
Mills was quite happy to reject Forrest Green a club that fulfils a lot of your criteria to jump up a league.
I would imagine there is a myriad of reasons why players choose the teams they sign for but Iíd guess wages, contract length, size and league position of the club are probably the biggest.
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