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Goodbye Mick. LOL
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Curtains for him you would have to think if it stays like this 

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Curtains for him you would have to think if it stays like this 
Certainly looks that way. I can see Ipswich being a league 1 side in the next 18 months.
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Goodbye Mick. LOL
cant say im particulalrly amused that such a fate awaits our former captain/manager and a great servant for us overall.
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Originally posted by Sham157 Sham157 wrote:

Originally posted by coyne coyne wrote:

Goodbye Mick. LOL
cant say im particulalrly amused that such a fate awaits our former captain/manager and a great servant for us overall.

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Mick was an is a great man and manager. The problem at Ipswich is money and stagnation. Also the departures of Aaron Cresswell, Ty Mings, and Darryl Murphy has not helped.

But given the current state of mind of the fans, and tonight's result it will be significant faith the board will vest in him if they decide to keep with him
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Originally posted by coyne coyne wrote:

Originally posted by Sham157 Sham157 wrote:

Originally posted by coyne coyne wrote:

Goodbye Mick. LOL
cant say im particulalrly amused that such a fate awaits our former captain/manager and a great servant for us overall.


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Im perfectly 'lightened up'. I just dont see whats funny about it is all.
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Originally posted by Sham157 Sham157 wrote:

Originally posted by coyne coyne wrote:

Originally posted by Sham157 Sham157 wrote:

Originally posted by coyne coyne wrote:

Goodbye Mick. LOL
cant say im particulalrly amused that such a fate awaits our former captain/manager and a great servant for us overall.


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Im perfectly 'lightened up'. I just dont see whats funny about it is all.

The fact his team was massively outplayed by a team 55 positions lower than his.

Infact, it wasn't funny, it was hilarious.

Does it have to matter which person was on the losing side for it to be less funny? Lighten up pal.


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Originally posted by coyne coyne wrote:

Originally posted by Sham157 Sham157 wrote:

Originally posted by coyne coyne wrote:

Originally posted by Sham157 Sham157 wrote:

Originally posted by coyne coyne wrote:

Goodbye Mick. LOL
cant say im particulalrly amused that such a fate awaits our former captain/manager and a great servant for us overall.


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Im perfectly 'lightened up'. I just dont see whats funny about it is all.


The fact his team was massively outplayed by a team 55 positions lower than his.

Infact, it wasn't funny, it was hilarious.

Does it have to matter which person was on the losing side for it to be less funny? Lighten up pal.

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Stayed at Ipswich far too long, stagnated....there was a time when he'd be talked up for any top Championship job, not anymore yesterdays man
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Originally posted by gazurtoids gazurtoids wrote:

Stayed at Ipswich far too long, stagnated....there was a time when he'd be talked up for any top Championship job, not anymore yesterdays man


Nonsense. 7th last season and play offs the year before on a shoestring. Struggled for half a season this year after having his best players consistently sold from under him. Still be plenty of championship chairmen happy to take a punt on him.
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Originally posted by gazurtoids gazurtoids wrote:

Stayed at Ipswich far too long, stagnated....there was a time when he'd be talked up for any top Championship job, not anymore yesterdays man


At the rate the championship lads get sacked (gone to less than 18 months now), he will be absolutely grand, if things fall right for him he might even get a new job the same week. Look at Neil Warnock, no idea how many times he has retired now, but because he has a decent record in getting into playoffs, and last season with Rotherham, avoiding relegation, clubs come looking for him all the time. 

Looking at where Rotherham are now without him, I can see Ipswich heading for that end of the table quicker than McCarthy .



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Originally posted by Drumcondra 69er Drumcondra 69er wrote:

Originally posted by gazurtoids gazurtoids wrote:

Stayed at Ipswich far too long, stagnated....there was a time when he'd be talked up for any top Championship job, not anymore yesterdays man


Nonsense. 7th last season and play offs the year before on a shoestring. Struggled for half a season this year after having his best players consistently sold from under him. Still be plenty of championship chairmen happy to take a punt on him.
Exactly, he will be seen in the same light as Warnock. I would wager that McCarthy will still be knocking around the championship for the next few years, I can't say that about Ipswich with the same certainty.

Anyway, we are all being very presumptuous, he might still be there at the weekend, having lost the supporters it does feel like it is a matter of time though.
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Originally posted by deise316 deise316 wrote:

Originally posted by gazurtoids gazurtoids wrote:

Stayed at Ipswich far too long, stagnated....there was a time when he'd be talked up for any top Championship job, not anymore yesterdays man


At the rate the championship lads get sacked (gone to less than 18 months now), he will be absolutely grand, if things fall right for him he might even get a new job the same week. Look at Neil Warnock, no idea how many times he has retired now, but because he has a decent record in getting into playoffs, and last season with Rotherham, avoiding relegation, clubs come looking for him all the time. 

Looking at where Rotherham are now without him, I can see Ipswich heading for that end of the table quicker than McCarthy .

The difference between Warnock and McCarthy though is that Warnock has a purpose - He's the king of the Championship. 
McCarthy as I said last page is very good on a squad on a limited budget, but there is no club currently who fits that criteria. 

The Championship has evolved into mass panic overspending in hope they'll get the £100 million for getting promoted or simply avoiding relegation, no one says at the start of the season right we'll go for mid-table.


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Originally posted by coyne coyne wrote:

Originally posted by deise316 deise316 wrote:

Originally posted by gazurtoids gazurtoids wrote:

Stayed at Ipswich far too long, stagnated....there was a time when he'd be talked up for any top Championship job, not anymore yesterdays man


At the rate the championship lads get sacked (gone to less than 18 months now), he will be absolutely grand, if things fall right for him he might even get a new job the same week. Look at Neil Warnock, no idea how many times he has retired now, but because he has a decent record in getting into playoffs, and last season with Rotherham, avoiding relegation, clubs come looking for him all the time. 

Looking at where Rotherham are now without him, I can see Ipswich heading for that end of the table quicker than McCarthy .

The difference between Warnock and McCarthy though is that Warnock has a purpose - He's the king of the Championship. 
McCarthy as I said last page is very good on a squad on a limited budget, but there is no club currently who fits that criteria. 

The Championship has evolved into mass panic overspending in hope they'll get the £100 million for getting promoted or simply avoiding relegation, no one says at the start of the season right we'll go for mid-table.
You think Rotherham, Burton Albion, Bristol City, Preston, Barnsley, Brentford etc are all overspending to reach the premier league? Now that is funny.
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Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

Originally posted by coyne coyne wrote:

Originally posted by deise316 deise316 wrote:

Originally posted by gazurtoids gazurtoids wrote:

Stayed at Ipswich far too long, stagnated....there was a time when he'd be talked up for any top Championship job, not anymore yesterdays man


At the rate the championship lads get sacked (gone to less than 18 months now), he will be absolutely grand, if things fall right for him he might even get a new job the same week. Look at Neil Warnock, no idea how many times he has retired now, but because he has a decent record in getting into playoffs, and last season with Rotherham, avoiding relegation, clubs come looking for him all the time. 

Looking at where Rotherham are now without him, I can see Ipswich heading for that end of the table quicker than McCarthy .

The difference between Warnock and McCarthy though is that Warnock has a purpose - He's the king of the Championship. 
McCarthy as I said last page is very good on a squad on a limited budget, but there is no club currently who fits that criteria. 

The Championship has evolved into mass panic overspending in hope they'll get the £100 million for getting promoted or simply avoiding relegation, no one says at the start of the season right we'll go for mid-table.
You think Rotherham, Burton Albion, Bristol City, Preston, Barnsley, Brentford etc are all overspending to reach the premier league? Now that is funny.

Or relegation avoiding. Every team you just listed except Brentford started the season fighting relegation.

Congratulations on cutting half the post out. You may pass go, you may collect 200 idiot points.
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Originally posted by coyne coyne wrote:

Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

Originally posted by coyne coyne wrote:

Originally posted by deise316 deise316 wrote:

Originally posted by gazurtoids gazurtoids wrote:

Stayed at Ipswich far too long, stagnated....there was a time when he'd be talked up for any top Championship job, not anymore yesterdays man


At the rate the championship lads get sacked (gone to less than 18 months now), he will be absolutely grand, if things fall right for him he might even get a new job the same week. Look at Neil Warnock, no idea how many times he has retired now, but because he has a decent record in getting into playoffs, and last season with Rotherham, avoiding relegation, clubs come looking for him all the time. 

Looking at where Rotherham are now without him, I can see Ipswich heading for that end of the table quicker than McCarthy .

The difference between Warnock and McCarthy though is that Warnock has a purpose - He's the king of the Championship. 
McCarthy as I said last page is very good on a squad on a limited budget, but there is no club currently who fits that criteria. 

The Championship has evolved into mass panic overspending in hope they'll get the £100 million for getting promoted or simply avoiding relegation, no one says at the start of the season right we'll go for mid-table.
You think Rotherham, Burton Albion, Bristol City, Preston, Barnsley, Brentford etc are all overspending to reach the premier league? Now that is funny.

Or relegation avoiding. Every team you just listed except Brentford started the season fighting relegation.

Congratulations on cutting half the post out. You may pass go, you may collect 200 idiot points.
Firstly, you have called me an idiot in a post you opened with ';'Or relegation avoiding''. As a sentence. You said there is no club with a limited budget,(at least I think that is what you were trying to say, it isn't crystal clear) I gave you several. I don't know how you start a season fighting relegation; surely every team does? The fans of Ipswich were probably expecting to try and be 'relegation avoiding' when Mick McCarthy took over, seeing as they were rock bottom and hadn't won in 12 matches.
 I also very much doubt the fans of Preston or Bristol City expected anything other than a season of mid-table mediocrity. For what it is worth, Preston, Brentford and Barnsley had roughly the same odds for promotion and relegation. The bookies expected them all to finish somewhere between 11th and 16th, alongside Ipswich. I would expect fans of  Fulham, Huddersfield, Birmingham etc  all expected similar. I would imagine if any of the clubs I have mentioned lost their manager in the morning and Mick McCarthy was available I would expect he would be on the shortlist, with the exception of the mad house that is Birmingham!


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Loking bleak for Mick Ipswich should be careful who they wish for.
 
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