I have a lot of time for Chris, always have always will.... posting this on here IMO was a bad idea on many levels. Is it true? Does that matter, its behind the scenes things that shouldn't be on a public forum, if everything he has said is false it doesn't matter as mud sticks, if its all true well many will have made their minds up earlier.
Two points I would like to comment on though are firstly to claim to be the hardest working Arthurlie manager ever is a slant on every previous manager, I am not for one second questioning the time, effort and yes cash Chris did put into the job but he is far from the first one to do so and he most certainly wont be the last, I know what some previous guys put in and it shocked me and I am sure its the case at many other clubs.
Secondly, Chris you stated that when you took over the side hadn't won in ten games then you won your first three which is correct. In those ten games you were either a coach a player or assistant manager, the latter being the case for the majority of the games. As an assistant to Steve Kerrigan you must take part of the blame for those results unless you don't think your views were being taken on board which does happen and if that's the case I must then ask what was your input or point of being there if you didn't have a say in selection, tactics etc?
I hope your back involved soon, one problem Arthurlie had in your spell there was the lack of a big front man who could score goals, that was you, great goals to games ratio and IMO you should have still being playing when with us and should still be doing so now, all the best what ever you get up to.