Veljko Paunović - Whelmgauge

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How much whelm?

Fold the club
17
13%
Underwhelmed
56
42%
Whelmed
28
21%
Overwhelmed
7
5%
Announce promotion
13
10%
Ian Royal
11
8%
 
Total votes: 132
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Re: Veljko Paunović - Whelmgauge

by SouthDownsRoyal » 29 Oct 2020 22:17

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WoodleyRoyal Veljko Paunović (7) has won more league matches in charge of Reading than Paul Clement (6)

Gomes won 8
bowen 13


Rodgers only won 5 league games and Bullivant only 10, think Tommy Burns managed 18 league wins in his 18 months at the club.


Blimey, is that all Rodgers won? Seems a lifetime ago.

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Re: Veljko Paunović - Whelmgauge

by Lower West » 29 Oct 2020 23:17

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WoodleyRoyal Veljko Paunović (7) has won more league matches in charge of Reading than Paul Clement (6)

Gomes won 8
bowen 13


Rodgers only won 5 league games and Bullivant only 10, think Tommy Burns managed 18 league wins in his 18 months at the club.


Blimey, is that all Rodgers won? Seems a lifetime ago.


Has gone on to be a top manager though.

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Re: Veljko Paunović - Whelmgauge

by URZZZZ » 29 Oct 2020 23:22

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Rodgers only won 5 league games and Bullivant only 10, think Tommy Burns managed 18 league wins in his 18 months at the club.


Blimey, is that all Rodgers won? Seems a lifetime ago.


Has gone on to be a top manager though.


Swansea was the perfect fit for him, having played a similar style under Roberto Martinez the year before
Was the making of him

Think his style was just too different to Coppell’s before. Almost impossible to implement such a radical change of style in such a short period of time. I think he could have made a success of himself here if given time but the risk of relegation became too much

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Re: Veljko Paunović - Whelmgauge

by seahawk10 » 30 Oct 2020 00:03

I am so over oxf*rd whelmed right now. ANd voted that way way back when.

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Re: Veljko Paunović - Whelmgauge

by Tilehurstsouthbank » 30 Oct 2020 14:07

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Tilehurstsouthbank Very late to the party that is this thread. Originally I would've posted underwhelmed but now how can I not be overwhelmed? What a start!
The players seem to be buying into the managers philosophy and tactics and we seem to be a much tighter, hungrier unit. I'm starting to get that feeling a la 1992-93/2005/06!


Why 92/93?


Sorry, that should read 93/94. The season Jimmy Quinn banged in 40 odd goals and we won the old div.2


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Re: Veljko Paunović - Whelmgauge

by royalp-we » 28 Nov 2020 01:26

Just watching Ted Lasso (superb btw, highly recommend it!) and with the fictional coach moving across the pond from America and all the cultural changes it got me thinking - is Paunovic still living at the Mad Stad?

That’s really, really sh1t if that is the case - I mean it’s hardly third world problems but it’s a cruddy place to be living with all that Blighty has to offer.

Does anyone know otherwise and if he is still couped up there; should we get him a nandos voucher or organise some christmas drinks or something?

Nobody wants to be spending the festive season alone and the Madejski is pretty oxf*rd bleak.

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Re: Veljko Paunović - Whelmgauge

by Pepe the Horseman » 28 Nov 2020 07:57

royalp-we Just watching Ted Lasso (superb btw, highly recommend it!) and with the fictional coach moving across the pond from America and all the cultural changes it got me thinking - is Paunovic still living at the Mad Stad?

That’s really, really sh1t if that is the case - I mean it’s hardly third world problems but it’s a cruddy place to be living with all that Blighty has to offer.

Does anyone know otherwise and if he is still couped up there; should we get him a nandos voucher or organise some christmas drinks or something?

Nobody wants to be spending the festive season alone and the Madejski is pretty oxf*rd bleak.

Would be happy to throw in a fiver for a Nandos voucher or similar. Let me know what you decide. Off topic, but talking of hotels, does anyone know what the deal with hotel bars are during the latest lockdown?

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Re: Veljko Paunović - Whelmgauge

by NewCorkSeth » 28 Nov 2020 08:15

royalp-we Just watching Ted Lasso (superb btw, highly recommend it!) and with the fictional coach moving across the pond from America and all the cultural changes it got me thinking - is Paunovic still living at the Mad Stad?

That’s really, really sh1t if that is the case - I mean it’s hardly third world problems but it’s a cruddy place to be living with all that Blighty has to offer.

Does anyone know otherwise and if he is still couped up there; should we get him a nandos voucher or organise some christmas drinks or something?

Nobody wants to be spending the festive season alone and the Madejski is pretty oxf*rd bleak.

My friend is in that show. I think he might be a main character. His name is Phil Dunster.

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Re: Veljko Paunović - Whelmgauge

by royalp-we » 28 Nov 2020 08:54

Jamie Tartt!


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Re: Veljko Paunović - Whelmgauge

by Old Man Andrews » 28 Nov 2020 15:02

I'm whelmed.

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