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1What Parkinson thought - Brentford Empty What Parkinson thought - Brentford on Sun Sep 24 2017, 13:11

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:pray:  clown What a Face alien drunken jocolorEmbarassed::seething:: :falltopieces: :suicide:

2What Parkinson thought - Brentford Empty Re: What Parkinson thought - Brentford on Sun Sep 24 2017, 14:00

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3What Parkinson thought - Brentford Empty Re: What Parkinson thought - Brentford on Sun Sep 24 2017, 14:35

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4What Parkinson thought - Brentford Empty Re: What Parkinson thought - Brentford on Mon Sep 25 2017, 12:06

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A WORRIED Phil Parkinson looked back on the wreckage of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]’ 3-0 home defeat to Brentford and admitted: “We completely lost our way.”
Now five points from safety and without a win in their first nine games, Parkinson conceded his team had been nowhere near good enough at the Macron Stadium on Saturday.
And asked whether they had enough quality to avoid relegation, the Whites boss courted controversy by confessing: “At the moment it would appear not.”
Wanderers have now failed to score in a club record six games, a drought stretching back nearly 10 hours of football, leaving the man who masterminded last season’s promotion from League One facing an uncertain future.
The backlash from Bolton fans could be heard during the second half as goals from Yoann Barbet, Nico Yennaris and Ollie Watkins helped the Bees to their first victory of the campaign.
And Parkinson could have little complaint at the criticism after witnessing what was arguably the low point of his 15 months at the club.
“I can understand it without a shadow of a doubt,” he told [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]. “Our supporters have been great and I can’t complain at what they have been saying. They have just seen their team get beaten and lose any kind of structure and cohesion in their play. It made us look bad as a staff and as a coaching team and we are a lot better than that.
“That is the first time I have seen a team completely lose its way.”

Parkinson says he is determined to win over the growing number of doubters, starting with tomorrow night’s trip to Bristol City.
Jem Karacan will miss the game after picking up a fifth booking of the season and Sammy Ameobi – who failed to make Saturday’s squad after a pre-match fitness test – could return to contention.
The Bolton boss is demanding instant improvement at Ashton Gate – the venue of a humiliating 6-0 defeat in Wanderers’ last Championship stint.
“We are just hurting at the moment,” he said. “There is nothing worse than keep losing. This was a big game and for the first time I felt the lads’ heads went down. We cannot allow that to happen. No-one is going to feel sorry for us.”

5What Parkinson thought - Brentford Empty Re: What Parkinson thought - Brentford on Mon Sep 25 2017, 13:08

Kane57

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Freedmanesque

6What Parkinson thought - Brentford Empty Re: What Parkinson thought - Brentford on Mon Sep 25 2017, 13:28

okocha

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Except that at least Parky never has a dig at the fans in the way some of his predecessors did.

7What Parkinson thought - Brentford Empty Re: What Parkinson thought - Brentford on Mon Sep 25 2017, 13:36

wanderlust


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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Except that at least Parky never has a dig at the fans in the way some of his predecessors did.
But he did suggest the players aren't up to it ('And asked whether they had enough quality to avoid relegation, the Whites boss courted controversy by confessing: “At the moment it would appear not.”) when perhaps an admission that his selection and system were wrong might have been more appropriate.

Especially seeing as they are predominantly his signings, trained and motivated by him and playing his system.

8What Parkinson thought - Brentford Empty Re: What Parkinson thought - Brentford on Mon Sep 25 2017, 13:49

Kane57

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Except that at least Parky never has a dig at the fans in the way some of his predecessors did.

Give it a fortnight

9What Parkinson thought - Brentford Empty Re: What Parkinson thought - Brentford on Mon Sep 25 2017, 14:39

BoltonTillIDie

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I can see us giving Parky 2 more games to improve results, if things don't improve and waiting until then we'll get rid during the international break

10What Parkinson thought - Brentford Empty Re: What Parkinson thought - Brentford on Mon Sep 25 2017, 15:08

Kane57

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Not on the back of two away games. Different if we are at home and the stadium turns

11What Parkinson thought - Brentford Empty Re: What Parkinson thought - Brentford on Mon Sep 25 2017, 15:56

Natasha Whittam

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Not on the back of two away games. Different if we are at home and the stadium turns

If we get two drubbings, which is highly likely, the break is the ideal opportunity to get shut and give the new manager a home game to start with.

Micky Adams is looking forward to the challenge.

12What Parkinson thought - Brentford Empty Re: What Parkinson thought - Brentford on Mon Sep 25 2017, 16:08

Norpig

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Not on the back of two away games. Different if we are at home and the stadium turns
 That's not too far away especially if Parky keeps setting them out to draw a game rather than win.

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