Darlington FC doesn't owe TW a living. If he's not doing a good job (and even his fanboys admit he's underperformed this season), then the club are perfectly entitled to get replace him. You don't keep a bad manager in place because you want to be kind to them. The club comes first. It's no different to any other workplace.Mister e wrote:I wonder if the people who are constantly calling for Wright's head ever consider the human cost of somebody losing their livelihood.
It's nothing to do with making mistakes. It's to do with not doing his job properly. If I make a mistake at work, I work out how to prevent it. Yet he has repeatedly made error after error in his 18 months here.Mister e wrote: I wonder if your all bloody one hundred per cent perfect in your own field of employment and never ever make mistakes.
And if I fail to reach targets, then I can expect to lose my job. TW has massively failed to reach his target this season. He's also failed in elements of his job, like getting players to turn up for training. If any manager can't even get an employee to turn up, he'd be out.
TW is incredibly fortunate to still be in his job.
Tedious exaggeration. The only people who use this line are TW's fanboys, so the point is irrelevant.Mister e wrote: We're Darlington football club for god's sake not man city or Chelsea or Liverpool - yet there are times when some people sound like the spoilt brats who ring in to radio phone in shows whining on because one of the previously mentioned clubs had lost twice in a row for the one time that season.
Except we're about to lose half our team because they're loanees. So another rebuild in the summer, the third rebuild for TW since he took over. There is no sign of progression, just TW stumbling around trying in vain hope to find a successful formula.Mister e wrote: We're on a journey at the moment I for one believe it will get better but no club is entitled to promotion every season. Remember it's taken Jim Gannon and Kevin wilkin three years or so to build up their quality squads at Stockport and brackley.
And because of his poor recruitment in the summer, with a decent and competitive budget, it's understandable people don't trust him with another.
Given his failure this season, and his repeated under performance at this level, I fail to see any convincing argument for him staying. Even his supporters admit it's out of blind faith they want to keep him.