TT VOTE – Gary Johnson, In or Out?

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8 thoughts on “TT VOTE – Gary Johnson, In or Out?

  1. I don’t believe the question is as easy as Gary Johnson, In or Out.

    Sadly, something has been very wrong at the club since Havant & Waterlooville some fourteen months ago. The team is quite spinless, lacks fight and ability. This was again not help by departing players and what we perceive to be poor recruitment. The reasons to this need to be explored further; why can we not attract better players, why do players leave, are our wages that poor, why are two / three-year contracts not used to attract better players. Is location a huge factor, let’s move training out of Devon. Does the owner care and has further investment been investigated (does anyone have a rich American / Saudi friend looking to invest).

    To answer the question, without the above any manager will struggle!

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    1. Fans say it’s TUFC remote geographical location that prevents good players in their prime from signing, not poor wages.
      If so, how come Plymouth Argyle are top of League One?

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      1. Argyle can afford wages that compete with other in league one.

        I’ve a friend who plays for Bromley, he is part time and would walk into our team. He’s on say £100K a year with his city job and can play part time football. Do we pay anyone that sort of money?

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      2. Funnily enough I was talking with an argyle fan on thursday about this same situation and he agreed if you look at Argyles situation down the years they have struggled with attracting good players and when they did they didn’t hang around for long. When you listen to the odd players who moved on from Argyle they quoted family not settling, too far to get home, unable to get to football matches etc. Even managers have been quoted as stating the same. Argyle now have a club that relies on loan players and the odd ones who don’t mind coming down here and are trying to reserect their careers as well as local talent. If their fortunes change you will find they will struggle again. Unfortunately our location is an issue for alot of players and their families we are just seen as a holiday region. TUFC will always struggle to bring decent players in due to the three factors location, wages, standard and i’m afraid it doesn’t matter who the manager is.

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  2. For years Argyle have struggled to get quality players in because of the location. If and when they did come down, a lot of them didn’t hang around due to family not settling in the area or they couldn’t get home to visit them just to name a couple of reasons. It is only now this is being changed and that is due in part to standard of football and wages.
    Unfortunately, this part of the country can be very bleak during the winter and not very enticing for players/families coming to Devon. It doesn’t matter who comes in they will struggle with the same old issues location, wages, standard of football. It will take more than a change of manager and big investor to turn the club around.

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