Well since there isn't enough Qs to really have a vote let alone enough bad ones, I am making this the list to decide who will lead our villains to defeat, as always I will nominate people but feel free to add your own;
Darije Kalezic Dietmar Hamann Peter Ward* Paul Simpson Gary Ablett* Chris Turner Sammy McIllroy Carlton Palmer Asa Hartford
*Whilst there were lots of extenuating circumstances, statistically they were poor
May I respectfully request Gary's name be removed from this one, matey. Not just because of his passing, I just think he was sold a pup by the person who appointed him, and had his squad dismantled around him while he was trying to do what was already a nightmare job, not even knowing if we'd still have a club beyond that season.
Ian Bogie for me, simply because he bailed out on us when we'd reached our lowest point and needed someone with b*ll*cks to lead us out of it. A total surrender monkey.
Post by hatter_in_macc on Jan 14, 2014 9:30:22 GMT
Fudgie: I wonder whether we can still consider inducting a 'Q' player into CHUF, in addition to a Manager?
James Quinn, in the former category, would seem to tick all the right boxes. To lift what I wrote about him in CHAOS:
"James Quinn... joined County, as a loan-player of great promise, from Blackpool in 1994. He featured in a solitary game, during which he succeeded in doing precisely nothing, before crying off training with a headache, and b*gg*ring off back to Bloomfield Road. Somehow he went on to be capped fifty or so times for Northern Ireland - but, as my Granny would have said, he was really just 'a bit too strong for light work'..."
I hope - if you and other Heaveners agree, obviously - that he can still be eligible in a class (using the term loosely!) of his own, and that we may vote in two CHUF-ers this week?!
Agreed, Maccy, I saw that game, can't remember who it was against though. It was in the 93/94 'do not adjust your set, this REALLY IS our home shirt' season, I do remember being pretty chuffed upon his arrival, but don't remember him doing anything of note in that game.