Fans commenting on www.peterboroughtoday.co.uk have voiced their displeasure at the management of Posh boss Darren Ferguson:
Woeful against Bristol City and have seen three terrible performances at home on the trot (Scunny, Swindon and now this).
Fergie is a lucky man as the chairman seems too scared to sack him after the debacle last time.
Voice of Treason
Of course Fergie will ‘fight on’.
He is the luckiest manager in football to retain his job.
He knows he would find it hard to get another job at League One level or above.
Should never have been given a new contract in the summer and the chairman should hang his head in shame over his poor judgement.
Ferguson has lost the plot (did he ever have it?), lost the fans, lost the players, lost any hope of success.
He achieved promotions with players he inherited in their prime. I could have got promotion with Boyd, Mclean, and CMS plus a few useful defenders.
Bristol City were the best team I have seen at London Road for some time, but, crickey, didn’t we make it easy for them!
It was sad to see three of our great warriors of the past struggle so badly.
Gaby, Aaron and Craig will all form part of a glorious era but chasing the past is not the way forward.
If we now accept that we may well have messed up this season then we need to encourage and develop the likes of Turkish Messi (nice touches and a willingness to go forward), Beautyman(ditto) and the three forwards along with the freshness a new manager would bring.
I think the biggest shock I have had this season is the apparent lack of fitness of our players.
All opposition seem to be quicker than us and just seem to breeze past our players all over the pitch!
If Darragh sees it the same then a parting of the ways is surely not too far away.
Wisdom from Rutland
We missed the boat last season when we could have brought in Russell Slade, but surely Uwe Rosler would love a crack with us.
Please DMac don’t miss this boat as well!
Ferguson is just too stubborn for his own good.
Still plays guys he likes rather than on their merit.
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