Blodfink skrev: ↑09 mai 2021, 16:48
Salford havnet på 8.plass, 2 poeng for lite til å klare kvalik...
Ja, de dårlige periodene varte for lenge. God innspurt da.
Rooneys Derby klarte seg så vidt. Ikke sikkert det hadde gått med 1-2 kamper igjen, for de var elendige i innspurten. Men så skal det også sies at de lå helt sist når Rooney tok over, så han gjorde egentlig en god jobb. Hadde ikke sett for meg Rooney som manager, men det kan jo være at han overrasker når han får noen år på seg.
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Hmmm. Et ganske annet perspektiv
Derby fan here, we were incredibly grateful when he finished his playing career as he was absolutely woeful for us despite picking up a gigantic pay cheque ever week (£100k/week as a Championship player...), his signing (orchestrated by our chairman) undermined our then manager Cocu who had a player he didn't want, couldn't drop and was being touted for his own job by the media every week (it was a total circus, all against the backdrop of our name change to "Rooney's Rams". You do realise we were going okay until Rooney came in? He captained us to bottom of the league as a player, took over as manager and has averaged 1 point per game since he took over. We survived because Wednesday were docked 6 points and Rotherham who have a fraction of our resources drew after a 89th min equaliser at Cardiff. Our last 7 games were lost 6 in a row, draw at home to bottom of the league and Rooney "saved us" apparently.
Say what you like about entitled, we're obviously not Man United or top 6 but nonetheless we're a proud historic club with strong traditions, one of the 12 founder members of the football league, played most of our history in the top flight and one of only a handful of clubs to win all domestic trophies...and yes we feel we deserve better than the nightmare that has been the Wayne Rooney show since he dropped into town. We didn't ask for any of the media attention Rooney has garnered us, same went for Lampard too but at least he performed better.