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Interesting to hear Peaso say that.

 

Brown was a great motivator. We were guaranteed a derby performance under him. To come within a minute of beating the dabs at the sticklebrick with the team we had spoke volumes. I would have liked to see him to start a season as manager in the top tier as the high profile games and good atmospheres bring out the best out in him.

 

I felt at the time relegation was bad for Bomber because I didn't think he'd have much enthusiasm to manage against the likes of Cowdenbeath and Dumbarton.

 

He actually did quite well in the First but never really stood a chance because a section of the support would never accept him.

 

Looking back he won us back some pride in that wretched season then helped us get promoted. Not bad for our most unpopular manager ever.

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Ivano gave me better days at the football than Bomber did.

Bomber as manager was one of the worst times as a Dee.

We had a manager that 95% of dees didnt want.

Im just grateful he quit otherwise we`d be sitting in a play off spot in div 1.... he`s better suited to rambling on about the huns

#CarloMonti

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Ivano gave me better days at the football than Bomber did.

Bomber as manager was one of the worst times as a Dee.

We had a manager that 95% of dees didnt want.

Im just grateful he quit otherwise we`d be sitting in a play off spot in div 1.... he`s better suited to rambling on about the huns

#CarloMonti

Statistically Bomber gave us better days than Ivano as he won more games. Fair enough he didn't p*ss exorbitant sums up against the wall in doing so.

Whilst neither of them were great I think it's pretty easily arguable that Bomber was a better manager than Ivano was.

#lucas Gatti

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We started slipping away cobra... this is why he quit.

Dont try paint over what was a joke manager, hasnt managed since, only managed clyde and failed... funi he was hated there too.

His Clyde stint certainly didn't go well but it was his first job in management. We have a habit of writing folk off as crap managers if they don't immediately do well. I actually don't think he was suited to the lower leagues working with part-time players. As a player himself he savoured the big games and I think he was the same as a manager. Unfortunately for him his only chance of managing in the top flight came at an already doomed Dundee.

Hartley quit Alloa after a 5-1 drubbing by Dumbarton. Brown quit a couple of weeks later after Alloa equalised at Dens in the fourth minute of injury time. These kind of setbacks can make a manager question himself and walk away. In the end it worked out for us with Hartley getting us over the line.

We won 10 points from the six games before Brown left and 13 points from the following six. Maybe those extra three points were down to Hartley. I don't know.

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Even the best manager has weaknesses (imo) And so on that basis, even the worst surely has strengths (again jist my opinion)

Some new managers might come to a Club, wi' awe guns firing, say it as it is, and as they see it, and although probably maist players will no' be too endeared wi' that approach (some might be even fairt) ithers maybe appreciate the bluntness and honesty ..... Kinda like JB eh wid think.

I didnae like at all, the way JB wis appointed. But on the other hand, although no' having a successful past managerial, experience, I did think he would bring a toughness, guttsiness and a bit o' stern discipline to the squad. I don't think he succeeded, but I could never go along the road of some fans/posters, who seemed to openly despise him from day one.

Other managers, (and eh think PH comes wi these attributes) I would think still demand discipline of their players, but their approach would, (at least initially) be more thoughtful, quiet and analytical. PH on that basis, is the man for DFC, as far as I am concerned. Although still having a great deal to learn, I think his approach, style and manner, would be more open to learning opportunities .......JB, I am no sae sure.

Although eh blethered awa in my post there, I have no read the whit Peaso' says, so eh could be talkin nonsense (again) :)

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