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McCoist is going, bring in who ever the choice for the new manager is now (call him Director of Football or what ever you like).

 

Let him deal with the contracts of who he wants to keep and more importantly allow him to start work looking at new signings, bosmans etc.

 

We surely can't let that clown award new contracts or sign new players for next season.

Llambias will be in full control of football matters as well as financial as he was at Newcastle.He went after players suggested by Barr and dealt with contracts and renewals favouring long term deals. He quit Newcastle when they removed football matters from his control and brought in Kinnear. Doubt very much he will back the starting of a D.O.F.

 

Manager wise he was recorded telling Newcastle fans he likes a manager who can fight his corner and tell it how it is.

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Law was very highly regarded at Motherwell because he was one of a few stand-out players in a squad which had been assembled for peanuts and mostly from free transfers.

 

He was also highly regarded at Rotherham before moving to Motherwell and noted in particular for creating goal scoring chances and notching up a lot of goal assists.

 

In fairness to Law, while he does seem to be inconsistent and under-performing in a lot of our games, he HAS scored a very credible number of goals for us this season so far. What's he on? 9 or 10 goals now and we're not even half way through the season?

 

Last season he scored a dozen or so goals for us, which despite the standard of opposition, isn't too bad for an inconsistent and under-performing central midfielder forced to play alongside some of our very mediocre players.

 

Could Ally & co have improved Law's performances? In hindsight probably, yes, but only by playing him alongside different players and possibly even in a different position (right) and/or a different system.

 

The main problem we have in MF at present is lack of creativity. Both Law & McLeod are essentially middle-to-front midfielders playing behind the strikers which explains why both have so many goals. Black is a defensive midfielder sitting in front of the back four - debatable whether that role has been needed in the lower divisions.

There is no central MF in the squad at present who can be described as creative. It's all too apparent when watching.Unless you're Ally McCoist of course

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A new manager will decide who stays and who goes.

 

McCoist should have nothing to do with this. He's a lame duck manager. Someone should remind him of this: soon.

 

We need some sort of indication when McCoist is expected to leave. Surely no one is expecting him to see out the twelve months.

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on the specific question of whether ally will decide who stays and goes I stand by my comment. as to wider motives and actions that remains to be seen. no way am I taken in but it does appear that lambias may well know what is required to strip out the deadwood and cut costs to suit our financial position. what the motives are for that is the big unknown...

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Llambias will be in full control of football matters as well as financial as he was at Newcastle.He went after players suggested by Barr and dealt with contracts and renewals favouring long term deals. He quit Newcastle when they removed football matters from his control and brought in Kinnear. Doubt very much he will back the starting of a D.O.F.

 

Manager wise he was recorded telling Newcastle fans he likes a manager who can fight his corner and tell it how it is.

 

Soothsayer! :D

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