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dooderooni

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Not sure why we have to treat previous managers like an ex who ran off with your brother and took the dog with her.
Wilder, like all those before him, had his own ideas and for a while he produced some fabulous football and results.
Pound to a penny that some will be sniping at Carrick in the future when fortunes inevitably change.
 

TeaCider

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Not sure why we have to treat previous managers like an ex who ran off with your brother and took the dog with her.
Wilder, like all those before him, had his own ideas and for a while he produced some fabulous football and results.
Pound to a penny that some will be sniping at Carrick in the future when fortunes inevitably change.

No doubt.

Lots of bitterness on here towards ex-players and managers.
Some of which I just can't understand.
 

BoroPhil

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He's going great. It's interesting that no-one complains when we play a striker on the wing (see Stuani) when things are going well.
 

festa5

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He's going great. It's interesting that no-one complains when we play a striker on the wing (see Stuani) when things are going well.
Plenty complained about Stuani on the wing. He did a job there and we ultimately got up of course, but it was often a fairly painful watch.

Big difference is Forss has pace.
 

h_m_boro

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No bitterness, I really don't care what he does, where he goes. But as rightly pointed out his arrogance and stubbornness was his downfall. Forss, the development player, rarely got a look in......🤷🏻‍♂️🤷🏻‍♂️.

We're looking up, not down, in a better place. No point dwelling on the past but the name of Wilder - based on this seasons shenanigans - will continue to rankle with a lot of fans. Not the first, won't be the last. Meh.
 

Ravs

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Love the way Marcus regularly gets his shots on target. He would have scored a couple of more in the last two matches if not for very good saves by the keepers. Possibly even a different result at Sunderland if his shot early on had not been saved.
 
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Alexander Supertramp

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Not sure why we have to treat previous managers like an ex who ran off with your brother and took the dog with her.
Wilder, like all those before him, had his own ideas and for a while he produced some fabulous football and results.
Pound to a penny that some will be sniping at Carrick in the future when fortunes inevitably change.


Well I’d disagree on that point. It was mostly turgid stuff… slow passing from one side of the pitch to the other through the back 3, repeat x 10 until you can play a wing back in


The football under Carrick is on another level
 

Paulh10

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Not sure why we have to treat previous managers like an ex who ran off with your brother and took the dog with her.
Wilder, like all those before him, had his own ideas and for a while he produced some fabulous football and results.
Pound to a penny that some will be sniping at Carrick in the future when fortunes inevitably change.
To be fare we have had a fare share of bad managers unfortunately over the last few years but also some good.
 

Jedi boro

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Wilders biggest sin was trying to con the boro public that’s their team wasn’t good enough to compete in a league we regularly fight promotion in.

Some of us knew this was wrong and tried to counter this view but many believed his negative spin.
 

ForssAwakens

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Not sure why we have to treat previous managers like an ex who ran off with your brother and took the dog with her.
Wilder, like all those before him, had his own ideas and for a while he produced some fabulous football and results.
Pound to a penny that some will be sniping at Carrick in the future when fortunes inevitably change
Disagree, forss fitted wilders tactic perfectly. His performances make him look like an idiot or or a stubborn prat

His idea was to play a formation that pressed with attackers. Why wasn’t he seeing that of forss when all of us have
 
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