Here we go again

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Re: Here we go again

Post by Systemsguy » Thu Nov 24, 2022 12:50 pm

If he is going.... get Colin back in until the end of the season.....

This could be quashed quite quickly with him and the club saying he's "not going anywhere" this season...

its really tiresome now if this is coming up every month until he finally succumbs to another clubs charms....
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Re: Here we go again

Post by ActonArthur » Thu Nov 24, 2022 1:46 pm

It’s a shame but I assume the silence is deafening.
Surely he could come out and say he’s not going if he had no intention. I only wanted him if we know where we stand week to week until the end of a season. If he can’t give us this then he might as well go. If he does go to rangers, he will one day do the same to him when a better offer comes up.

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Re: Here we go again

Post by Nw6ranger » Thu Nov 24, 2022 2:44 pm

Well,he will not be given time to rebuild at Rangers. It will be results or the highway. Oh and they will still get smashed in the champions league.

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Re: Here we go again

Post by WA Hoop » Fri Nov 25, 2022 1:31 pm

Maybe, despite the hype, MB knows, or is about to, find his level?! Just a thought.
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Re: Here we go again

Post by Mr Beef » Fri Nov 25, 2022 5:15 pm

Systemsguy wrote:
Thu Nov 24, 2022 12:50 pm
If he is going.... get Colin back in until the end of the season.....

This could be quashed quite quickly with him and the club saying he's "not going anywhere" this season...

its really tiresome now if this is coming up every month until he finally succumbs to another clubs charms....

Agreed with paragraphs two and three, but if he does go I hope the club have someone else lined up. It looks as if Critchley may be going to Bournemouth so we may have to look elsewhere.

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Re: Here we go again

Post by pindarus » Fri Nov 25, 2022 7:52 pm

Choosing an unproven manager is a very dicey business. Liam Manning was favourite for quite a long time last season and MK Dons are struggling this season.

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Re: Here we go again

Post by WestCountryRanger » Sat Nov 26, 2022 9:45 am

I am of the opinion like most of you that the longer this drags on, the less forgiving both the wider QPR fanbase and the board will be toward MB. Perhaps, just perhaps, his recent vulture view from the stands at Ibrox has again unsettled our squad and this has equated to some recent poor form? Not so much, MB is looking elsewhere because of the recent results, but his behaviour is the catalyst for such poor results?

I'm inclined to think that he maybe needs to go if this is gonna' happen every month and I get that we need a replacement, sure. As others have said though, this could easily be quashed and the longer this drags on, the QPR board could well (within their rights) sack him (Beale) anyway. whistle naughty

All the risk is on MB now is the way I see it. This side of the coin he needs to make a decision quick or lose the board and the fans, or the other, he has to make it work (which he won't because the Gers' simply aren't good enough to overtake Celtic with or without MB).
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Re: Here we go again

Post by QPR-NI » Sat Nov 26, 2022 4:30 pm

Our problem is going to be that anyone young and untried that we bring in, will be there to be poached if they’re successful.

At Rangers Beale only has to beat Celtic to be successful. He’ll not do that this year, but it’s a toss of a coin for next season and going forward.

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Re: Here we go again

Post by Nw6ranger » Sat Nov 26, 2022 6:18 pm

Advanced talks apparently. It's Obvious that he wants it so it's probably down to Rangers now.

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Post by UxbridgeR » Sat Nov 26, 2022 8:00 pm

WestCountryRanger wrote:
Sat Nov 26, 2022 9:45 am
I am of the opinion like most of you that the longer this drags on, the less forgiving both the wider QPR fanbase and the board will be toward MB. Perhaps, just perhaps, his recent vulture view from the stands at Ibrox has again unsettled our squad and this has equated to some recent poor form? Not so much, MB is looking elsewhere because of the recent results, but his behaviour is the catalyst for such poor results?

I'm inclined to think that he maybe needs to go if this is gonna' happen every month and I get that we need a replacement, sure. As others have said though, this could easily be quashed and the longer this drags on, the QPR board could well (within their rights) sack him (Beale) anyway. whistle naughty

All the risk is on MB now is the way I see it. This side of the coin he needs to make a decision quick or lose the board and the fans, or the other, he has to make it work (which he won't because the Gers' simply aren't good enough to overtake Celtic with or without MB).
Personally I don’t buy into the idea that his turning up at Ibrox is a root cause for subsequent poor performances from the team. It’s perfectly normal for managers to watch other clubs on scouting trips or whatever. I do agree that the radio silence this week has soured the goodwill towards the manager, so he’s in a difficult spot now. I think we’d be on shaky ground legally if we tried to sack him, so it would probably be best for us if he takes the Rangers job and we get the compensation.
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Re: Here we go again

Post by Montag » Sat Nov 26, 2022 9:35 pm

Systemsguy wrote:
Thu Nov 24, 2022 12:50 pm
If he is going.... get Colin back in until the end of the season.....

This could be quashed quite quickly with him and the club saying he's "not going anywhere" this season...

its really tiresome now if this is coming up every month until he finally succumbs to another clubs charms....
100% agree.
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Re: Here we go again

Post by Wegerle » Sun Nov 27, 2022 1:17 am

After his ''loyalty'' statement just a couple of weeks a go I would be very disappointed in the person Beale if he now leaves. Yes, the wheels have come of our promotion bid and yes I understand the attraction of Rangers for him but it would really undermine the whole loyalty statement and would be a slap in the face of the players from who he also demanded the same passion and loyalty.
Lets just hope it will all be settled soon so that when the season starts again there will be clarity for all and we can move on with or without him.

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Re: Here we go again

Post by WA Hoop » Sun Nov 27, 2022 7:58 am

Well, it's looking increasingly likely that Mick Bail will depart in the coming days. For someone who, has given the impression of managing his career to the nth degree, this strikes me as a very curious decision. Aside from the stature of a club like Glasgow Rangers, the reality is they operate in a desparately uncompetitive league, occasionally qualifying for the Champions League where they then find themselves completely out of their depth. All in all I really don't see this move providing a springboard to the managerial heights that Bail seems to think he richly deserves. :roll:
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Re: Here we go again

Post by dm » Sun Nov 27, 2022 8:53 am

We cannot expect loyalty from managers or players for that matter. Only fans are (or should be) loyal to a football club.

However, I do expect some level of integrity. Beale apparently believed the same when he turned down Wolves in October saying: "Integrity and loyalty are big things for me, and if they are the values you live by you have to be strong."

Yet Beale courted both Wolves and GRangers and will now leave 6 months into a 3 years contract.

I feel he's treated my club with utter contempt and is no better than Barton or Bosingwa - arguably worse. I'm not even sure he understands the meaning of the word integrity.

Take heed Mr Beale. You reap what you sow.

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Re: Here we go again

Post by Systemsguy » Sun Nov 27, 2022 9:10 am

Anyone like me of a certain age will remember when El Tel went to Barca, Stan went to Forest and Rodney left for Man City....

All had integrity and a love for the club but Jim Gregory said to all he couldn't stand in their way....

No we can't stand in Mick Beale's way simply because he has only reaped chaos and confusion in his six months with us.....

Most notably sky sports in it's breaking news of Rangers approach pointed out his "loyalty and integrity" schtick when turning down Wolves....

He could have killed this quickly but now this has gone too far now and he needs to go....
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