Mac's First Forty Games

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Mac's First Forty Games

by Snowball » 01 Oct 2010 21:54

The Gaffer has been in charge, now, for 40 Games and won half of them

Counting the Northampton game as a defeat


P40 W20 D9 L11 72-51 = "69 Points" = 1.725 ppg = 79 Point Season = 3rd 2009-10 season

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Re: Mac's First Forty Games

by TFF » 01 Oct 2010 22:18

Snowball
Counting the Northampton game as a defeat



:shock:

Should I cancel my Wembley tickets?

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Re: Mac's First Forty Games

by Svlad Cjelli » 01 Oct 2010 22:33

What will be most interesting is his points total from his first 46 league games.

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Re: Mac's First Forty Games

by Hoop Blah » 01 Oct 2010 22:49

Svlad Cjelli What will be most interesting is his points total from his first 46 league games.


What will be interesting is his first full league campaign and the quality of play during that season, that's all that counts.
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Re: Mac's First Forty Games

by Maguire » 02 Oct 2010 00:14

Svlad Cjelli What will be most interesting is his points total from his first 46 league games.


That will be utterly fascinating and I for cannot wait.


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Re: Mac's First Forty Games

by Arch » 02 Oct 2010 04:24

Maguire
Svlad Cjelli What will be most interesting is his points total from his first 46 league games.


That will be utterly fascinating and I for cannot wait.

Don't then.

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Re: Mac's First Forty Games

by Royal With Cheese » 04 Oct 2010 23:11

I'd be interested in the number of goalless games Reading have been involved in where the opposition have had at least one player sent off and more than one player booked.

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Re: Mac's First Forty Games

by Royal With Cheese » 04 Oct 2010 23:12

On second thoughts, I'm not really that bothered.

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Re: Mac's First Forty Games

by Focher » 04 Oct 2010 23:16

It would also be interesting to know of those 40 games, how many times has Brian worn 'flats' on the touchline as opposed to 'studs'?


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Re: Mac's First Forty Games

by Royal With Cheese » 04 Oct 2010 23:22

Focher It would also be interesting to know of those 40 games, how many times has Brian worn 'flats' on the touchline as opposed to 'studs'?

Are they types of earrings?

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Re: Mac's First Forty Games

by Ryn » 05 Oct 2010 10:11

What percentage of games have we won in the rain?

Are we better at evening games or 3pm kick offs?

What about evening games in the rain when McD wears a tracksuit and studs, and more than 3 yellow cards have been issued but less than 5?

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Re: Mac's First Forty Games

by Snowball » 05 Oct 2010 10:21

Ryn
Are we better at evening games or 3pm kick offs?



Yes, I'm aware yer taking the p----

Nevertheless, virtually no difference between midweeks v weekends 1.47 points per game v 1.43

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Re: Mac's First Forty Games

by loyalroyal4life » 05 Oct 2010 10:24

Maguire
Svlad Cjelli What will be most interesting is his points total from his first 46 league games.


That will be utterly fascinating and I for cannot wait.



:lol:


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Re: Mac's First Forty Games

by brendywendy » 05 Oct 2010 12:31

you cannot deny that winning half of your first 40 games in proffesional management, with a team being rebuilt, and using alot of kids is great going.
stat hater or not

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Re: Mac's First Forty Games

by Stuka » 05 Oct 2010 13:10

Mac's fit in really quickly and things are looking reasonable despite limited resources and the league being tough as ever to get out of.

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Re: Mac's First Forty Games

by Snowball » 05 Oct 2010 13:29

brendywendy you cannot deny that winning half of your first 40 games in proffesional management, with a team being rebuilt, and using alot of kids is great going.
stat hater or not



Yup!

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Re: Mac's First Forty Games

by Ryn » 05 Oct 2010 13:48

Snowball
Ryn
Are we better at evening games or 3pm kick offs?



Yes, I'm aware yer taking the p----

Nevertheless, virtually no difference between midweeks v weekends 1.47 points per game v 1.43

;)

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Re: Mac's First Forty Games

by Ian Royal » 05 Oct 2010 19:38

Spoke to my brother-in-law today... He asked when I thought we'd be getting the new manager we need. :shock:
I thought he must have been in stasis since December, but apparently not.

Told him I thought MaccyD is doing a fairly top job so far, so I hope manager changes are quite some way away.

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Re: Mac's First Forty Games

by PEARCEY » 05 Oct 2010 19:40

brendywendy you cannot deny that winning half of your first 40 games in proffesional management, with a team being rebuilt, and using alot of kids is great going.
stat hater or not



Its exceptional. He's done superbly.

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Re: Mac's First Forty Games

by Ian Royal » 05 Oct 2010 19:46

PEARCEY
brendywendy you cannot deny that winning half of your first 40 games in proffesional management, with a team being rebuilt, and using alot of kids is great going.
stat hater or not



Its exceptional. He's done superbly.


Especially when you consider his immediate predecessor managed 6 in 23.

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