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Bring back Powelly!

If he'll come back I'd take him in a heart beat.
We need unity more now then ever before.

Tell me I'm wrong!..

(And I'll ignore you)
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  • It's a yes from me. I believe you are not incorrect. But he has to be supported by the owners.
  • I don’t think a dose of magic that feels unique to us is evidence of anything.

    I think the overwhelming actual evidence across the football pyramid will say that most teams that do well do so because of many different factors, none of them to do with some sort of romantic emotional connection. 
  • Not sure he's right for a relegation battle.
  • Not sure he's right for a relegation battle.
    I think he’d sort out defence out.
  • Heard Alex Dyer was at the game tonight. 
  • Duff. Jones. 

    Both great managers potentially.

    But we will 100pc go down if either of them take over. Charlton has only ever achieved in my lifetime when having a dose of magic that feels uniquely us.

    As a fan look at the evidence. Do you want to stay up?

    Vote Powell.
    I have considered the evidence.

    Is he the man for this situation? Can he motivate another managers squad?

    He succeeded last time after an awful spell which included losing to the likes of Dagenham. The mood that afternoon was pretty toxic..if we went on a similar run now we are down 

    He only turned it around in the summer when he brought in his own players

    Whoever we pick next needs time, but they must also be able to motivate this squad.

  • Richard J said:
    Duff. Jones. 

    Both great managers potentially.

    But we will 100pc go down if either of them take over. Charlton has only ever achieved in my lifetime when having a dose of magic that feels uniquely us.

    As a fan look at the evidence. Do you want to stay up?

    Vote Powell.
    I have considered the evidence.

    Is he the man for this situation? Can he motivate another managers squad?

    He succeeded last time after an awful spell which included losing to the likes of Dagenham. The mood that afternoon was pretty toxic..if we went on a similar run now we are down 

    He only turned it around in the summer when he brought in his own players

    Whoever we pick next needs time, but they must also be able to motivate this squad.

    Motivation to defend. We can score goals, but needing 3 every game and it is not manageable.
    The key is to find a way for the team to defend in a compact shape, but at the same time not lose that attacking threat.
    We are so vulnerable at the back, I expect a goal whenever the opposition attack.
    The last manager had months to fix this and he could not.
    We can score goals, we have loads of talent there, we need to sort out the patterns of play and shape when defending, and when we lose possession to have defence and midfield in a position to not be overrun. This is all about coaching , communication and playing as a team. This has to come from the manager and coaches, the desire to stop goals at all costs.

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  • If he'll come back I'd take him in a heart beat.
    We need unity more now then ever before.

    Tell me I'm wrong!..

    (And I'll ignore you)
    Allegedly, he said no this summer.

    This place is a circus.
  • Thought I saw Alex Dyer in the crowd tonight, not sure, but yes I’d have Powelly and Alex back in a heartbeat.

    Question is, if Chris turned us down before the Appleton signing, would he still want to come?

    Also Chris is a pretty honourable man, I’d be gobsmacked if he left Chef Wednesday in the lurch midseason and jumped ship, but let’s try to go and get him SMT and get the feel good factor back at the Valley, which you can’t put a price on, either that or Lee Bowyer or Michael Duff, would be my 3 to go for.
    He'll be Wednesday's next manager if they get rid of Rohl this season.....which I doubt.
  • Wouldn't be my choice, last managed in 2019 where he was sacked by Southend, before that failed at Huddersfield. A lot of love for him but don't think he's a great manager, nor what we need right now. 
    Agree.
  • Was he ever known as ‘Powelly’? The ‘y’ doesn’t work for me with that surname.
  • I'd be reluctant based on his first half season with us. He did not have his own players and we plummeted down the table, this included the notorious Dagenham and Redbridge game.

    He has learnt alotsince then butits a big risk!
  • edited January 24
    Kap10 said:
    I'd be reluctant based on his first half season with us. He did not have his own players and we plummeted down the table, this included the notorious Dagenham and Redbridge game.

    He has learnt alotsince then butits a big risk!
    This squad is much better than the one we had in 10/11 IMHO. 

    Regardless, it’s unlikely CP would come at present. Alex Dyer is a different story - believe he would be keen to be involved. 
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  • edited January 24
    Kap10 said:
    I'd be reluctant based on his first half season with us. He did not have his own players and we plummeted down the table, this included the notorious Dagenham and Redbridge game.

    He has learnt alotsince then butits a big risk!
    This squad is much better than the one we had in 10/11 IMHO. 

    Regardless, it’s unlikely CP would come at present. Alex Dyer is a different story - believe he would be keen to be involved. 
    Not surprised there.

    I am sure Sir Chris waits on a telephone call.
  • Kap10 said:
    I'd be reluctant based on his first half season with us. He did not have his own players and we plummeted down the table, this included the notorious Dagenham and Redbridge game.

    He has learnt alotsince then butits a big risk!
    This squad is much better than the one we had in 10/11 IMHO. 

    Regardless, it’s unlikely CP would come at present. Alex Dyer is a different story - believe he would be keen to be involved. 
    3/1 Bowyer?

  • FFS. Delusional.
  • It's never quite the same when old players and managers return..
  • Kap10 said:
    I'd be reluctant based on his first half season with us. He did not have his own players and we plummeted down the table, this included the notorious Dagenham and Redbridge game.

    He has learnt alotsince then butits a big risk!
    This squad is much better than the one we had in 10/11 IMHO. 

    Regardless, it’s unlikely CP would come at present. Alex Dyer is a different story - believe he would be keen to be involved. 
    Oh god no!
  • DubaiCAFC said:
    It's never quite the same when old players and managers return..
    Unless you are Darren Ferguson ha ha. 
  • edited January 24
    No we need to move on from ex manager 
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