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“Delicate one”, “stability needed”- These Blues fans have mixed response to Brian Dick’s update

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There’s two ways you can look at an option like this.

Either the board are being incredibly pragmatic by taking their time and allowing things to develop, or they’re simply messing around and not putting things into action as soon as they possibly can.

With the news last week of Pep Clotet announcing he is set to depart the club at the end of the season, there have been plenty of names that are being linked with the job, although according to noted Blues journalist Brian Dick, that doesn’t mean that the club are any closer to finding their man.

Taking to Twitter yesterday, he said that there appears to be more names being linked than anything concrete actually coming out of the club, going on to say that this is something that could go on for ‘weeks rather than days’, meaning that we likely aren’t going to get anything significant until nearer the end of the restarted season.

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An update that garnered a mixed response from the supporters on social media.

What about you? What do you make of this update?

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  • tracey tyler says:

    I am afraid long term plans do not seem to be in many Clubs remits these days, Brentford probably being the one exception in the Championship.

  • Ijaz says:

    I hope they bring in a ball playing manager instead of a lump it. Some good things done this season in integrating the youth with the first team. This needs to continue for us to be self sufficient and reduce the debts.

  • Wallyb says:

    Priority one is to stay in the Championship then go on the market for a new manager. Surely no decent manager will commit at this stage and our record of managerial changes hardly encourages quality applicants.
    We don’t want “journeymen” types rather someone like Rowett – on the way up rather than on the way out like ‘Arry.

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