I find it hard to believe that if recruitment come up with a left back, our manager has the authority to say no as my agent has a left back on his books? Is that what we are saying here? Surely that's a conflict of interests?
Paul Heckingbottom possibly lost his job because he was not up to it? Perhaps he did not have the skill set to manage a championship club?
At the end of the day the recruitment team can only recommend and the manager decides who signs. If he chooses to ignore the recommendations and go his own way he lives or dies by those decisions.
Fair enough. Just continue to rant and rave about it, and stick the boot into anything Hibs. Hope it makes you feel better.
As crap it was, I just don't see it as the end of the world that you and others do. Iv seen us hammered before and will likely do so again. I really don't see what good constantly crying about it does.
Perhaps you'd care to quote where exactly I have been ranting and raving about it? As for claiming that I have been sticking the boot into anything Hibs, that's a pretty hyperbolic claim even by the standards of current .net debates - which is really saying something.
I don't know whether you are getting yourself so deep in a bunker in opposing any criticism of the manager and club that you're now incapable of reading posts dispassionately and accurately, but claiming that I see the Rangers result as 'the end of the world' is ludicrous. My point - and that of many others - is that there are a collection of pointers including our top 6 form at the tail end of last season, the nature of the signings made so far, the tactics and style we are currently playing and the way we folded in the Rangers game which all suggest reason for concern at this stage. Hopefully that will change dramatically, but AT THE MOMENT it isn't good.
The only crying being done here is in the unwillingness to entertain discussion on the subject.