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New Site Poll: Can O'Driscoll Get City Back Up?

New Site Poll: Can O'Driscoll Get City Back Up?

Since Sean O'Driscoll has been at Ashton Gate as manager, there has been a split in opinion as to whether the fans think he is capable of doing the job.

There were a fair number of fans who were not impressed with the manager and felt that he had no hope of keeping City in the Championship. That proved to be right, but did he really have a fair shot?

It's not like it was his team that he had built, he was trying to do his best with a tired squad of players who looked at times like they had had enough for one season, but played well when they felt like it.

We know that there is very little money around for attracting new players and some of the squad has already been let go.

So O'Driscoll has got to get the old magic working once again and do the job on a shoestring.

Can he get us back up? You can vote on the site poll now.



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Andy999
Date:Friday May 24 2013
Time: 1:11PM

Comments

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I believe that he will get us up when he has his own team in place. I would expect us this season to be challenging for a play off place, but I think he could do it the year after.
Nesty
24/05/2013 13:25:00
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The reason we are where we are now is because of the last two idiots who were in charge.
bingobango
24/05/2013 13:34:00
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