Fuck me, that's a comment of contemptuous stupidity.theoriginalfatcat wrote:Tell you what Gramps, let's keep on comparing.... Craig Stod wrote in the Echo on Saturday that Gray only got one win in his last 11 games! So let's add him on to the list of shame.Darlogramps wrote:I think this pretty much sums up Wright's first three months in charge. The fact he has no idea of his strongest team or even style of play is not good enough.H1987 wrote:Agree with all of that above. Right now it has almost been like he's been throwing **** at the wall until something sticks. That's not good enough.
Salford is his 10th game in charge.
Wright's current record is W1 D1 L7.
To compare, that's exactly the same record as Colin Todd from his opening nine games. Staunton had 2 wins and 7 defeats. And that was with a terrible team in a stronger league. Theoretically this team should be far more competitive in its respective division than the 09/10 embarrassment.
You can't just airbrush our the previous 5 years of MG's reign. Gray won three promotions, including two league titles, plus a top five finish last season. Wright has done nothing but take us backwards.
Don't let your contempt for Gray allow you to rewrite history.
Did Gray leave things in a bad way? Yes. But to keep blaming him for everything is moronic. Wright has made things worse by not having a clear strategy or coherent ideas about what he wants to achieve. It's a scattergun "Hope something sticks" approach that is failing and will take us into a catastrophic relegation.
Wright has had 3 and a half months and still has no idea about his strongest line-up, formation or playing style. He's been given licence to sign new players but only Styche and Heaton (who Gray would've signed anyway) have had any impact.
Wright has taken us backwards and has no idea how to stop the decline. Time to stop making excuses for him.