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DB9

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I've just seen it's a four-year deal, that's interesting as it suggests this is a long-term appointment which, if so, makes a bit more sense. It will be interesting to see whether he does things differently (footballing wise) to Rotherham.
A four year deal doesn't mean anything tbh, Yes He'll get a good pay off if its terminated if results go badly but the fans will be seeing promotion this season or a play off place at the very least as an expectation, Anything else will be an utter failure in their eyes. Still good luck to the bloke.
 

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A four year deal doesn't mean anything tbh, Yes He'll get a good pay off if its terminated if results go badly but the fans will be seeing promotion this season or a play off place at the very least as an expectation, Anything else will be an utter failure in their eyes. Still good luck to the bloke.
Oh yeah, agree that the long-term deal doesn't mean he'll see it out; but they'd be mad* to have appointed him on a deal like that if those in charge didn't implicitly accept that he may not get them up this year.

* and we all know that all football club owners are sane/rational/not dodgy, etc.
 

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Oh yeah, agree that the long-term deal doesn't mean he'll see it out; but they'd be mad* to have appointed him on a deal like that if those in charge didn't implicitly accept that he may not get them up this year.

* and we all know that all football club owners are sane/rational/not dodgy, etc.
Not all are dodgy but you can't be sane or rational to take on a football club. :)
 

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Terrell Agyemang a 19 year old midfielder released by Charlton in the summer has signed for Manchester City.
 

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Average league attendances after this weekends fixtures

1. Derby County 27,109
2. Sheff Wed - 24,651
3. Ipswich Town - 24,235
4. Bolton Wanderers - 18,563
5. Portsmouth - 18,315
6. Plymouth Argyle - 13,781
7. Charlton Athletic - 10,523
8. Barnsley - 9,948
9. Bristol Rovers - 8,623
10. Port Vale - 8,323 🔺1️⃣
11. Peterborough Utd - 8,244 🔻1️⃣
12. Lincoln City - 8,170
13. MK Dons - 8,156
14. Oxford Utd - 7,497
15. Exeter City - 6,315 🔺1️⃣
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Shrewsbury Town - 6,202 🔻1️⃣
17. Cambridge Utd - 5,708
18. Wycombe Wanderers - 5,026
19. Morecambe - 4,415
20. Cheltenham Town - 4,158
21. Burton Albion - 3,404
22. Fleetwood - 3,316
23. FGR - 2,853
24. Accrington Stanley - 2,400
 

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How do Accrington manage on those gates? Those top five are frightening too but then I suppose technically they should all be regular Championship teams. We really are little old Exeter compared to that lop.A top half league finish points wise will be a big achievement.
 
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