If the stats in this tweet are accurate then surely the club needs to swallow their pride and chop him before it is too late.
After Ralph essentially gave him the vote of confidence only yesterday, it would be incredibly embarassing to axe him, but that has to be better than the very real threat of relegation.
I hold my hands up and admit that I felt good vibes from his very first interview and thought he was going to be an improvement. How wrong I was. Clearly he is a nice and honest bloke, but clearly what we need is a horrible fucker to get the respect of these useless bastards and get them organised. We have a team full of nice guys and no real leaders. Just look at our captain and vice captain - Davis and Yoshida are both decent human beings but they are still rather passive and dont appear capable of organising and galvanising this bunch of players in to getting us out of this mess. They are in many ways a reflection of the manager's characteristics.
What we need is a manager, not a 'coach', as Ralph described him. But who is out there that fits the mould? I think our structure discourages such types as they inevitably want more power and control over the buying and selling of players.
#saintsfc Manager win* rates:— Ben Stanfield (@BenStanners) January 3, 2018
âš½ï¸ Stuart Gray: 31%
âš½ï¸ Ian Branfoot: 28%
âš½ï¸ Steve Wigley: 17.64%
âš½ï¸ Mauricio Pellegrino: 17.39%