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Re: Miller : Thu Oct 06, 2022 7:18 am  
FOREVERTRIN wrote:
Not too bothered about Miller leaving, or even joining Cas.He showed what he was capable of those last 5/6 games, but overall he frustrated me with his inconsistency.Also surprised how much pace he'd lost in last few seasons.


You've hit the nail on the head there.
The guy can play and when he's up for it, Miller is an excellent player but, just, not often enough.

I hope he goes ok for them, just as long as Trinity do the double and finish above them :D
Re: Miller : Thu Oct 06, 2022 7:47 am  
vastman wrote:
He will either be a disaster at Cas or will look brilliant.


Sums Miller up perfectly on a game to game basis.
Re: Miller : Thu Oct 06, 2022 7:59 am  
Wildthing wrote:
I'm really not that bothered he's gone to be honest. As has already been said he's been pretty average since 2019.
Onwards and Upwards!

Me too, im more bothered with who his replacement is
Re: Miller : Thu Oct 06, 2022 12:44 pm  
FOREVERTRIN wrote:
Not too bothered about Miller leaving, or even joining Cas.He showed what he was capable of those last 5/6 games, but overall he frustrated me with his inconsistency.Also surprised how much pace he'd lost in last few seasons.

Heard to day Miller was the one who regrouped the players for the last 6 or 7 games when they were not liking the way W Poaching was coaching also that D Oar is assistant Coach
Re: Miller : Thu Oct 06, 2022 12:48 pm  
alegend wrote:
Heard to day Miller was the one who regrouped the players for the last 6 or 7 games when they were not liking the way W Poaching was coaching also that D Oar is assistant Coach


Orr being our assistant coach?
Re: Miller : Thu Oct 06, 2022 12:50 pm  
alegend wrote:
Heard to day Miller was the one who regrouped the players for the last 6 or 7 games when they were not liking the way W Poaching was coaching also that D Oar is assistant Coach

I’ve heard this before regarding WP’s coaching methods, does any one know what they didn’t like about it?
Re: Miller : Thu Oct 06, 2022 12:51 pm  
JINJER wrote:
I’ve heard this before regarding WP’s coaching methods, does any one know what they didn’t like about it?


Doesn't make it true though.
Re: Miller : Thu Oct 06, 2022 1:04 pm  
alegend wrote:
Heard to day Miller was the one who regrouped the players for the last 6 or 7 games when they were not liking the way W Poaching was coaching also that D Oar is assistant Coach


Not the impression I got when talking to the high ups, JUST THE ONCE!

I got the impression that WP was very popular throughout the club. I think it's far more basic than that, I think the BOD's liked him a lot as did the players but that doesn't make you a good coach. Me personally I just don't think WP had that ruthless edge or attention to detail that sets you apart. I think he could have carried on and probably saved us from relegation year after year.

However we need to be brave if we are ever going to raise back up, even if we do attract investors, it will take a special person to change the culture of the club.

This is why they didn't retain WP as they didn't think he had that ability IMHO, and took a big leap in a different direction.

Technically Mash has it all, he is the RL equivalent of an Oxford Don in terms of the theory of RL, he has all the badges believe. His attention to detail is I'm told phenomenal. His work ethic is again legendary. His inter personal skills are again considered top notch, honest, direct but with no attempt to hide the truth. You either fit or you don't, yet somehow this hasn't made him especially unpopular, quite an achievement.

What he's missing is a coaching CV but then so was Poching and a fair few other coaches who've done rather well.
Re: Miller : Thu Oct 06, 2022 1:20 pm  
I know he was captain, but if that's true, Legend,then Jacob Miller gets a massive thank you from me.He was certainly busting a gut in those last matches!
Re: Miller : Thu Oct 06, 2022 1:34 pm  
PopTart wrote:
Doesn't make it true though.

Didn’t say it did, I’m asking what the RUMOURS are?
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