I subscribe to DEETV for DFC full match replays, game highlights, special features, including players & managers highlights.
I've got to say (again) at £50 pa. it's got to be real value. if you can afford it I suggest, maybe you should think about it. Good, clear, articulate, intelligent interviews. I do know, this quality & ability, does NOT always win games, but if they did, I think NM (& DFC) would be somehere in the top six.
This topic was NOT raised to either over-criticise, or over-praise NM (because I accept what it all boils down to, is points on the board) But some managers in his position would be in "panic-mode" & be bombarding us all with the usual cliches & frankly, be talking a load of rubbish !! ... On that level, of managing, to avoid this, & continuing to remain calm, I still give him full marks. I understand that there are, & will be, many DFC fans still not convinced, he is the right man for the job. Only time will tell, just how close he is to achieving his goals for DFC, & transfer his theoretical knowledge into something more concrete on the park, in terms of results. I think he can & he will. But I accept I might be wrong. But again today, he sounded thoughtful, confident. & sensible.
As it stands just now, I enjoy listening to him. He's a clear speaker, though, me being a bit deef, I wid appreciate sub-titles (ken that's asking too much) But what I do pick up, I really like. What is needed to add the cream onto the cake of course, is these illusive points. (I am entering desperation territory) That said, if he can convince me, & others, & Club & players, it's going to happen, while we hover roond the bottom o' the division, surely he has got something special to offer.
Against St. J. would be the ideal time to make this break-through. So DFC players, fans & supporters Let's get right behind them & get this, much needed, illusive win
Don't Know if NM's interviews are available outwith subscribing, but I widnae object if they made them weekly available on a free basis for all DFC fans who struggle a bit.