Wednesday, 13 January 2016

Fraeye gone, but Serb not coming

Karel Fraeye has gone with thanks for his 'tireless work', but his Serbian replacement is not coming. Wim de Corte and Jason Euell will take charge at Hull on Saturday while the search for a replacement head coach goes on: Thank you, Karel Fraeye

Rick Everitt has speculated that Roland may have backed down from the Serbian appointment because of internal and external pressure.

There are rumours of the possible appointment of a British ex Championship manager, and various names are being suggested. However, this is all speculation at the moment.

7 comments:

Neville Price said...

Will sense prevail? - I hold my breath - I would like to see someone like Nigel Pearson at the club but he would not even get an interview with our present board.

CA Addick said...

When is an interim not an interim?

' A search for a new coach has commenced'. Didn't they state that such a search commenced 3 months ago?Of course we all knew that was a lie and they think we are stupid enough that they felt comfortable to post that drivel.

In this state what coach of any standing would accept to work for them especially Miss Kant Manage.

What an absolute joke and mess.

Trevor Rogers said...

WE have a poor team, 3rd rate coaches, fans who want to protest and a chief executive who doesn't know the difference between a football club and a restaurant. Why should I remain a supporter?

ExpatCyp said...

The custodianship of the club by The Three Stooges aka RD KM and RM is shambolic ! Down here in the Eastern Med we would call this a Greek tragedy.The tavernas ( aka restaurants ) thankfully serve up good value tasty fare and not this unpalatable crap dished up by The Three Stooges.

Peter Winny said...

Only you can answer that Trevor, but I must admit that I felt embarrassed and alienated by our so-called supporters at Colchester. I even missed seeing our goal because the sheep in front of me were more interested in singing "stand up if you want them out" than in watching the match and supporting our team!

David Murphy said...

Are you serious Peter? It must have been a real shame you missed the fantastic performance against Colchester because some supporters felt a need to show some passion and protest against this circus of a board who run our club. Its these 'so-called' supporters who may just save the club you support.

Peter Winny said...

Everyone's entitled to their own opinion David, but booing and singing offensive chants will not help the players on the pitch to overcome the obvious problems. Perhaps Jose can make a difference again.