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Sam Allardyce.....SPLIT DECISION!!!!

Sam Allardyce.....SPLIT DECISION!!!!
After a long an eventful season, we wrap up the hot or not section with current manager, Sam Allardyce.

Brought in just before the transfer window after a poor start to the season, some are crediting Allardyce for keeping us safe, alive in the Premiership, whilst others just believe that it was bound to happen. Regardless, here are the votes

Hot 4 Votes - [44.44%]

Not 1 Votes - [11.11%]

Need More Time 4 Votes - [44.44%]

With votes split between hot and need more time, it is evident that Sam did make some sort of positive impact on the club. Maybe another 6 months will convince the faithful....

Well that wraps up this segment for now, Hot or Not will be back in a few months time, where you will vote on our summer acquisitions

Adios Amigos

Writer:Sasman!
Date:Wednesday June 17 2009
Time: 12:04AM

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SA is brilliant for BRFC and BRFC is just right for Big Sam. I can't wait for the new season to start. Somehow I missed this poll, so please add me to the 'positives'. When it comes to formations and tactics SA is a top man. He is improving individual players and the shape of the team is changing for the better. Some of the football last season was effective, rather than exciting, but the sighns are really really positive. Thanks SA and well done!
nut all
17/06/2009 04:13:00
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lol thats it, the hots have it!!! we win again, well in nut all!!!
sasman
17/06/2009 04:31:00
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YES! go hots! good lad nut all lol.... seriously though. i can only see steady improvement under Sam.
Mikey D
17/06/2009 08:42:00
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I think with a full season - Sam will prove to be a good manager.
FreidelNo.1
17/06/2009 12:45:00
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OMG how can any true Rovers fan not be behind this man??? They must be detached from real life because the amount of money spent around us at clubs such as Newcastle and Boro with no end product shows the enormity of the success that Sam had!!!!
mani13963
17/06/2009 15:49:00
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Under Sam we showed top 8 potential and he inherited a team low on confidence and one that was not his own. Next season will be a good one I feel.
durks de rover
17/06/2009 17:53:00
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