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Roughyeds part company with Matt Diskin


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Well there it is. Correct decision although always a shame to see someone lose a job. 

Right then, deep breath and await further developments.....and a reaction from the players next time out. 

Let's see where we go from here. 

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Well.

Can't really argue with those results.  

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With the best, thats a good bit of PR, though I would say the Bedford team, theres, like, you know, 13 blokes who can get together at the weekend to have a game together, which doesnt point to expansion of the game. Point, yeah go on!

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Never nice for anyone to lose there job and wish Matt all the best in the future in whatever he does, but a change was desperately needed it just was going from bad to worse hopefully get someone in who can get the lads confidence and belief back and see how we go , hope whoever gets the job can get a good early result and get us on a roll 

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Having a weekend off is quite timely too.  

With the best, thats a good bit of PR, though I would say the Bedford team, theres, like, you know, 13 blokes who can get together at the weekend to have a game together, which doesnt point to expansion of the game. Point, yeah go on!

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34 minutes ago, moorside roughyed said:

Right decision, now Oldham can try to find a decent coach to try and get us out of this pickle. 

Seems like a decent coach to most people on here has to be a “ name “ Diskin was a name remember 

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I just think that Diskin is a lovely bloke. Always had time to speak to you very approachable.

However this is a results base business. It's easier to get rid of one man as opposed to sacking the squad.

The team just wasn't performing I don't what the answer is but we are favourites to be relegated and this will play in the mind of whoever the coach is. 

I don't think that the answer is Scott and I am in the camp of, you never go back.

John Duffy would be good but can chris afford him

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15 minutes ago, clifford said:

I just think that Diskin is a lovely bloke. Always had time to speak to you very approachable.

However this is a results base business. It's easier to get rid of one man as opposed to sacking the squad.

The team just wasn't performing I don't what the answer is but we are favourites to be relegated and this will play in the mind of whoever the coach is. 

I don't think that the answer is Scott and I am in the camp of, you never go back.

John Duffy would be good but can chris afford him

What type / standard of coach you think the club can afford? Serious question 

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The right decision but I reckon probably a month too late to save our season unfortunately. Looking at the games we have left to stay up I'd say we have to win 4/5 out of 10.

Duffy would be a great appointment but I'm not sure if we could afford him. Naylor would be a great short term appointment to lift the squad but I can't see him being interested as he left for a reason.

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Away games at Swinton, Sheffield, Whitehaven and Dewsbury to come, plus a home tie against Newcastle, all ‘cup finals’ if we’re to stay up.

It’s the right decision by the club, let’s hope a new head coach can galvanise the team and lift their heads. How they work with the 1, 6, 7 positions will be key in us staying up.

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john duffy as no club at the moment does he have a job outsiide of rugby.

if he as no employment as such ch should offer him 11 weeks employment for a descent wage. its all about this season b--ls to next season.

  

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