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Not surprised he's left, the Alloa fans have been baying for his removal for a while there.

Hard to see him getting another managerial job now.

If John Coughlin can keep getting jobs then Danny Lennon will get something somewhere. Will need to start at the bottom though

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If John Coughlin can keep getting jobs then Danny Lennon will get something somewhere. Will need to start at the bottom though

Aye maybe someone will take a punt on him in the fourth tier or Lowland League.

Who was the last Saints manager to manage at a 'bigger club' after leaving us? Alex Smith in the 80's?

All our managers seem to leave us and either go backwards or out the game completely. Bone, Fitzpatrick, Hendrie, Coughlin, McPherson, Lennon... Next Murray.

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Not surprised he's left, the Alloa fans have been baying for his removal for a while there.

Hard to see him getting another managerial job now.

Ian Murray will not get another managerial position at a club of our size, when we eventually sack him. I guess that's the main reason he won't resign.

Danny Lennon tries to play football in the correct manner, while Murray plays hoof ball with not one shred of tactical nous. The guy should have been chased out of our club weeks ago.

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Ian Murray will not get another managerial position at a club of our size, when we eventually sack him. I guess that's the main reason he won't resign.

Danny Lennon tries to play football in the correct manner, while Murray plays hoof ball with not one shred of tactical nous. The guy should have been chased out of our club weeks ago.

Good points, but this isn't a thread about Ian Murray...?

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Aye maybe someone will take a punt on him in the fourth tier or Lowland League.

Who was the last Saints manager to manage at a 'bigger club' after leaving us? Alex Smith in the 80's?

All our managers seem to leave us and either go backwards or out the game completely. Bone, Fitzpatrick, Hendrie, Coughlin, McPherson, Lennon... Next Murray.

Probably us in two or three years time unless we get things sorted pronto !

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Imagine if Alloa now go on a winning run and close the gap a bit. Could our board continue to sit tight and hope 2 teams in the league will be worse than us this season?

If. Such a small word loaded with so much potential.

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Ian Murray will not get another managerial position at a club of our size, when we eventually sack him. I guess that's the main reason he won't resign.

Danny Lennon tries to play football in the correct manner, while Murray plays hoof ball with not one shred of tactical nous. The guy should have been chased out of our club weeks ago.

There's no such thing as playing football in the correct manner.

Wins are what actually matter, and aesthetics are a nice bonus. Lennon and Murray both are in the same ship when it comes to not being successful.

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I like Danny, but he's not a very good football manager. What's happened at alloa proves the point.

The only point proved is Alloa's severe lack of resources compared to the other 9 Clubs.

Danny seemed to be an outstanding Football Manager during the League Cup Victory Run of 2012 /2013

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Poor wee Danny

Too honourable for those around him-as he was at Paisley. He kept them up by the thinnest margin and tried his best, but there is just nothing to work with there

Unfortunately, when you are largely operating in the bargain area for the league you are in, every signing is a gamble. Some will pan out and others won't. My Only crticism of DL is that at St Mirren he should have brought in fewer and better players, after the cup-winning season. But the dilemma was always quality or quantity. He had a thin enough squad as it was, cutting a couple of heads to allow better quality signings was possibly a gamble he just couldn't make.

He should have been allowed to show he had learned from a pretty hard season though, that was always the safer bet for saints last year.

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Danny, an ill looking guy, stress and thankless work with ever diminishing returns, he had to go after the Dumbarton loss...................

Hmmmm, I just wonder now if Dumbarton will become the hanging club , back to back managers last stand soon, Murray now needs to escape being next in the Dumbarton noose this Saturday.

As for bringing DL back here, erm naw.

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