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jambo19
1 hour ago, Section Q said:

Gardiola beat West Ham 5-0 away from home and we were lucky we weren't hammered by a club from Dingwall.

So my last point , it's not the structure it's the quality of coaching. Reducing the number of first team staff won't impact results. Improving the quality will. Many first team staff have multiple coaches so the structure works all across Europe and in the tops leagues 

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jambocub
7 hours ago, jambo19 said:

I wonder if Gary looks around at other clubs, set ups, coaching staffs and modern football in general or is he comparing coaches now to when he was a player and just having a moan because we have had a poor start to the season. 

 

By contrast look at Hearts staff against Man City. Are all these guys relevant? Pep would say yes.

https://trainingground.guru/staff-profiles/manchester-city-staff-profiles

 

Gary Naysmiths role will grow over time and prove vital to development of those long term in the academy, bridging the gap between youth and adult football, something that we struggle with in this country. 

 

Fair enough question the quality of coaching from Daly or Fox but I'd say it's pretty ignorant to discount the roles of the coaches and naysmith entirely because of some poor form. 

Do you think  its valid to question the ability of fox's  and dalys contribution without  questioning  leviens  and McPhee..?

 

The results have been terrible along with the performances  for too long . 

 

 

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Governor Tarkin
7 hours ago, The Treasurer said:

Seems a few folk are struggling to understand the concept of a weekly newspaper column

 

Wait...

 

:interehjrling:

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JamboAl
4 hours ago, Pasquale for King said:

I think Locke could see the writing on the wall, Neilson and Crawford used to be on the bench talking tactics (Partick when we got relegated for instance).

Yes, YOU THINK!

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Mr Kipling
On 14/08/2019 at 09:04, davemclaren said:

How many is lots?

I'm not sure it really matters how many there are when none of them have one iota about coaching football players at a professional level. As far as I can see there are 4 - CL, AM, JD, Fox. All need to leave IMO.

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davemclaren
21 minutes ago, Mr Kipling said:

I'm not sure it really matters how many there are when none of them have one iota about coaching football players at a professional level. As far as I can see there are 4 - CL, AM, JD, Fox. All need to leave IMO.

That’s not the point Gary was making though. 

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Mr Kipling
4 minutes ago, davemclaren said:

That’s not the point Gary was making though. 

Yeah, I know - I'm just frustrated with the manager/coaches!

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davemclaren
3 minutes ago, Mr Kipling said:

Yeah, I know - I'm just frustrated with the manager/coaches!

Yeah, I know. 😂

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JamboAl
14 hours ago, soonbe110 said:

Alan Ball did ok 

OK?  Maybe

Got sacked a few times.

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John Findlay
2 hours ago, JamboAl said:

OK?  Maybe

Got sacked a few times.

Did ok at Portsmouth. Alan Ball was a football man through and through.

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JamboAl
46 minutes ago, John Findlay said:

Did ok at Portsmouth. Alan Ball was a football man through and through.

Aye, he did OK but nothing special.  Many players are football men through and through but that does not always mean their opinions are correct.

It amazes me how the likes of Nicholas, Sutton, Boyd, Stewart, Thompson etc sit on the sidelines, safely giving their opinions and pontificating with the advantage of hindsight and camera reruns.  It's a different matter when put in the position of translating one's opinions and theories into practice as Neil McCann soon found out.

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Away up in Gorgie

The number of coaches seems ok. The quality of said coaches and how they find themselves at Hearts is far more questionable especially given how rancid the first teams results and performances have been for many months. The fact remains we need a fresh figurehead, someone committed to being on the training field day in day out and we need fresh voices, with the required qualifications getting over his message.  

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John Findlay
11 minutes ago, JamboAl said:

Aye, he did OK but nothing special.  Many players are football men through and through but that does not always mean their opinions are correct.

It amazes me how the likes of Nicholas, Sutton, Boyd, Stewart, Thompson etc sit on the sidelines, safely giving their opinions and pontificating with the advantage of hindsight and camera reruns.  It's a different matter when put in the position of translating one's opinions and theories into practice as Neil McCann soon found out.

I had the privilege of playing against his Portsmouth team as they came to Hms Mercury for pre season training. They played the camp team and beat us 3-2. A certain Mark Hateley scoring two for them. Alan Ball was a joy to talk with.

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Zlatanable
On 14/08/2019 at 07:35, Section Q said:

Don't always agree with Gary Mackay but...

 

"Another thing that continues to baffle me is the number of backroom staff we continue to employ. From the outside looking in, it looks like we have a bloated staff, full of coaches who don’t seem to be making us any better as a football team, and we have now employed a loans manager even though we only have three young players currently out on loan. No disrespect intended to Gary Naysmith, a dyed-in-the-wool Jambo whom I have huge respect for, but is this really a justifiable use of the club’s resources at a time when the fans are ploughing so much of their own cash in? The Foundation of Hearts really need to be asking questions about what is going on at the football club just now because right now everyone who is pledging their hard-earned money is entitled to wonder if it is being put to the best possible use."

 

Gary Mackay seems easily baffled. 

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Cruyff Turn

“Lost the dressing room”

 

:gok:

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JamboFever

Maybe they found the dressing room again tonight. It's a slippery, elusive fella by the look of it.... 

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