Yes it is. You've even went on to back that exact point up by providing examples. A total loser attitude.
I think that should be your last post on the matter. DYA.
I agree (bar one) on your last point.
I didn't provide examples of "that exact point", I maintained, and maintain, that just binning managers because it seems like there "might be someone better" has not served us well over the last two and a half decades, and that sticking with a fairly decent manager until either he:
a) starts fucking up regularly and royally
b) starts performing and there is no longer any suggestion he should be binned or
c) someone with such a pedigree they can't be ignored is identified as a replacement.
Not suggesting that he is the best we could ever hope for, simply that at the minute, I don't see any potential replacement being so compelling a prospect that I would be happy letting McInnes go.
If Harry Redknapp came knocking looking for a retirement job, I would immediately revise that view.
ps> when I stated that if McInnes was tactically better he wouldn't be at Aberdeen, I didn't mean we can't expect better, simply that if HE was tactically better, he wouldn't be here, he'd still be plying his trade in England.
Would love to see someone with the "soft" management skills of McInnes combined with tactical genius arrive, but cannot see who that would realistically be at them moment.
Edited by SheepieBaaBaa, Yesterday, 08:27 AM.