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PostSubject: MOWBRAY SILENT ON CELTIC FUTURE   MOWBRAY SILENT ON CELTIC FUTURE Icon_minitimeWed Mar 24, 2010 6:02 pm

Tony Mowbray refused to discuss his future after Celtic were
demolished 4-0 by Clydesdale Bank Premier League's second-bottom side St
Mirren.
The Hoops' faint hopes of catching Rangers at the top of the SPL
were all but ended with their first league defeat in Paisley in 21
years.
In the most dramatic of nights, doubles by Andy Dorman and Steven
Thomson ripped apart the beleaguered visitors who finished the game
with six attackers on the park.
The Parkhead side remain 10 points behind their Ibrox rivals who
have two games in hand.
It was Mowbray's 13th defeat of the season but when asked about
his own position, he replied: "I don't think I want to get into that
tonight. I don't think it's a pertinent question.
"I've explained the game, in trying to be positive we lost a few
goals. I take responsibility.
"I left some very young defenders exposed but it was done for the
right reasons. You can look as deep into the result as you want and
it's obviously not a great result but there were positive reasons why it
was a negative result.

"We tried to be positive with the substitution and we suffered at
the other end.
"You are either a brave coach or a negative coach. If you make
those substitutions and it's 3-2 then it's the right thing to do.
"Make those substitutions and you lose two goals then it's the
wrong thing to do. I understand that.
"Obviously it is a disappointing result but I can understand it
in the way that we ended up with six strikers on the pitch.
"It's my nature as a coach, I try to be positive. I am never
happy to be two goals down and by trying to get goals back and we made
positive substitutions.
"Sometimes it can backfire and you have to take it on the chin."
The travelling fans sloped out of the stadium barely able to
muster jeers but Mowbray said: "This club has got millions of fans all
over the world, some will see what I am trying to do, some won't.
"I understand that, it's the nature of the job.
"I think the fans will be disappointed at the scoreline but the
reasons were positive reasons and hopefully the supporters will
understand the reasons.

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PostSubject: Re: MOWBRAY SILENT ON CELTIC FUTURE   MOWBRAY SILENT ON CELTIC FUTURE Icon_minitimeThu Mar 25, 2010 5:26 am

It said on SSNews they were playing 2-2-6 second half (wtf?), no wonder they took a hammering MOWBRAY SILENT ON CELTIC FUTURE 10380
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PostSubject: Re: MOWBRAY SILENT ON CELTIC FUTURE   MOWBRAY SILENT ON CELTIC FUTURE Icon_minitimeThu Mar 25, 2010 3:10 pm

get him to fuck that's what I say
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PostSubject: Re: MOWBRAY SILENT ON CELTIC FUTURE   MOWBRAY SILENT ON CELTIC FUTURE Icon_minitimeFri Mar 26, 2010 1:37 pm

well he is off now good stuff

Celtic have parted company with manager Tony Mowbray
following Wednesday’s 4-0 defeat at St Mirren. Mowbray won 17 of the 30
league games played since he arrived from West Brom last June and
struggled in Europe.
And the Glasgow club trail Scottish
Premier League leaders Rangers by 10 points, having played two more
matches than their Old Firm rivals. A former Celtic defender between
1991 and 1995, he failed to make an impact after succeeding Gordon
Strachan.Assistant manager Mark Venus and first team coach Peter
Grant are also leaving. Mowbray became the 16th manager of Celtic after
the club agreed to pay £2m in compensation to West Brom.Celtic
have also scored half the goals rangers have at home and conceded twice
the goals rangers have away. He should have left in January in my
opinion instead of chucking out all the team who weren’t entirely to
blame.


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