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Whilst not directly related to Berwick, Whitehill have a new management team in place less than a week after we lost yano,makes you think how much goes on behind the scenes in these things

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30 minutes ago, magoo said:

Whilst not directly related to Berwick, Whitehill have a new management team in place less than a week after we lost yano,makes you think how much goes on behind the scenes in these things

Perhaps he was being bulleted anyway as he has as much impact as Harvey at BR did upon appointment, in terms of results. Similar times of taking over, beoth barely won a game thereafter. The only LL game you won was against 10 men for most of it.

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Is it too much to expect to hear something from our new management team? 

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Valid point. I do feel JH pushed for the interviews after every game. Before his arrival away game interviews where non existent/rare and also no surprises player post match interviews stopped when JH arrived probably to prevent them from telling us how hopeless he was. 

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1 hour ago, cmontheloknow said:

Perhaps he was being bulleted anyway as he has as much impact as Harvey at BR did upon appointment, in terms of results. Similar times of taking over, beoth barely won a game thereafter. The only LL game you won was against 10 men for most of it.

Got to be fair to little the squad he inherited  was abundantly obvious out of its depth in the lowland league but from day one his levels of enthusiasm and commitment looked very questionable, anyway that's gone now as far as Whitehill, I will look on with interest 

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To be fair

They inherited the squad a few days ago, off arguably the worst manager in history. 

We previously been tanked 7- 1, 6-0 and 5-0 even 3-0 against Albion !! I call 2-0 away from home an improvement 

Who knows 0-0 is on the cards next

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Got to be fair to little the squad he inherited  was abundantly obvious out of its depth in the lowland league but from day one his levels of enthusiasm and commitment looked very questionable, anyway that's gone now as far as Whitehill, I will look on with interest 


Something JH could never allow anyone to accuses him of

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My Sunday is rubbish now. No Johnny  harvey interview to look forward to.

i take the new management team are uninterested in brightening up our sundays ?

 

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7 minutes ago, Brazilianlex said:

My Sunday is rubbish now. No Johnny  harvey interview to look forward to.

i take the new management team are uninterested in brightening up our sundays ?

 

JH could give one anyway. Who cares if he is not the manager.

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1 hour ago, berwicksfinest said:

To be fair

They inherited the squad a few days ago, off arguably the worst manager in history. 

We previously been tanked 7- 1, 6-0 and 5-0 even 3-0 against Albion !! I call 2-0 away from home an improvement 

Who knows 0-0 is on the cards next

Michael Renwick holds the record of worst-ever manager - Johnny Harvey is not far behind!

Berwick Rangers Managers' League

                               

 

Home

Away

 

 

 

Pld

W

D

L

F

A

W

D

L

F

A

Pts

Pts Av

Pts %

1

John Thompson

26

8

4

2

45

17

5

5

2

22

11

48

1.846

61.54

2

Tom Hendrie

79

21

13

5

62

31

18

6

16

75

61

136

1.722

57.38

3

John Coughlin

149

39

15

20

117

88

32

12

31

85

94

240

1.611

53.69

4

Dave Smith

157

37

27

16

150

97

24

23

30

100

128

233

1.484

49.47

5

Jerry Kerr

38

10

4

5

55

38

5

6

8

31

41

55

1.447

48.25

6

Bobby Ancell

30

9

3

3

41

26

3

4

8

25

42

43

1.433

47.78

7

Colin Cameron

62

14

9

8

57

35

10

5

16

50

64

86

1.387

46.24

8

Paul Smith

257

47

34

47

171

178

46

42

41

183

178

355

1.381

46.04

9

Harry Melrose

231

57

26

34

191

132

34

20

60

144

196

319

1.381

46.03

10

Jim Jefferies

74

18

11

8

54

41

10

7

20

61

67

102

1.378

45.95

11

Frank Connor

63

17

8

7

56

31

6

9

16

27

45

86

1.365

45.50

12

Jock Wallace

82

22

7

12

62

36

10

5

26

46

90

108

1.317

43.90

13

Jim Crease

165

33

21

28

129

114

25

21

37

115

138

216

1.309

43.64

14

Jim McIntosh

98

22

13

12

97

67

14

6

31

83

129

127

1.296

43.20

15

Ian Little

85

18

12

13

76

60

11

11

20

60

69

110

1.294

43.14

16

Ian Spence

118

27

14

18

132

87

12

20

27

87

137

151

1.280

42.66

17

Danny McLennan

87

22

10

11

87

70

10

5

29

50

113

111

1.276

42.53

18

Ralph Callachan

78

13

12

14

47

50

12

9

18

54

72

96

1.231

41.03

19

Walter Galbraith

9

1

1

2

8

10

2

1

2

8

7

11

1.222

40.74

20

Ian Ross

19

5

1

3

19

17

2

1

7

15

27

23

1.211

40.35

21

Jim McSherry

26

4

5

4

18

21

4

2

7

14

21

31

1.192

39.74

22

Sandy Clark

27

4

3

6

16

20

3

5

6

15

23

29

1.074

35.80

23

Eric Tait

181

29

27

35

111

122

16

18

56

93

160

180

0.994

33.15

24

Robbie Horn

40

5

6

8

20

29

4

4

13

14

40

37

0.925

30.83

25

Allan McGonigle

12

2

2

2

9

9

0

1

5

4

13

9

0.750

25.00

26

Jimmy Thomson

56

6

6

18

27

52

2

6

18

21

51

36

0.643

21.43

27

Gordon Haig

15

0

3

4

3

10

1

3

4

6

14

9

0.600

20.00

26

Johnny Harvey

26

2

2

10

10

31

1

2

9

9

37

13

0.500

16.67

28

Michael Renwick

25

1

4

8

19

34

1

1

10

9

42

11

0.440

14.67

                               

Notes: 1. League matches only. 2. Worked out on 3 points for a win and 1 for a draw regardless of points system. 3. Up to and including Saturday 27 April 2019

                               

Timeline: Bobby Ancell Dec 50 to Apr 52; John Thompson Aug 52 to Jan 53; Jerry Kerr Aug 53 to Nov 54; Danny McLennan Nov 57 to Jan 60; Jim McIntosh Apr 60 to Feb 63; Ian Spence Aug 63 to Oct 66; Jock Wallace Nov 66 to Jan 69; Harry Melrose Mar 69 to Sep 75; Walter Galbraith Oct 75 to Dec 75; Gordon Haig Jan 76 to Sep 76; Dave Smith Oct 76 to Oct 80; Frank Connor Nov 80 to May 82; Jim McSherry Aug 82 to Feb 83; Eric Tait Feb 83 to Oct 87; Jim Thomson Nov 87 to Sep 88; Jim Jefferies Sep 88 to May 90; Ralph Callachan Aug 90 to May 92; Jim Crease Aug 92 to Jan 94; Tom Hendrie Jan 94 to Feb 96; Ian Ross Mar 96 to Oct 96; Jim Thomson Nov 96 to Aug 97; Paul Smith Sep 97 to Oct 04; Sandy Clark Oct 04 to May 05; John Coughlin Jul 05 to Oct 07; Michael Renwick Oct 07 to Apr 08; Allan McGonigle Jul 08 to Nov 08, Jimmy Crease Nov 08 to Oct 11; Ian Little Nov 11 to Jan 14; Colin Cameron Jan 14 to Oct 15; John Coughlin Nov 2015 to Aug 2017; Robbie Horn Sep 2017 to Oct 2018; Johnny Harvey Oct 2018 to Apr 2019; John Brownlie May 2019

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5 minutes ago, Camera Man said:

Michael Renwick holds the record of worst-ever manager - Johnny Harvey is not far behind!

Berwick Rangers Managers' League

                               

 

Home

Away

 

 

 

Pld

W

D

L

F

A

W

D

L

F

A

Pts

Pts Av

Pts %

1

John Thompson

26

8

4

2

45

17

5

5

2

22

11

48

1.846

61.54

2

Tom Hendrie

79

21

13

5

62

31

18

6

16

75

61

136

1.722

57.38

3

John Coughlin

149

39

15

20

117

88

32

12

31

85

94

240

1.611

53.69

4

Dave Smith

157

37

27

16

150

97

24

23

30

100

128

233

1.484

49.47

5

Jerry Kerr

38

10

4

5

55

38

5

6

8

31

41

55

1.447

48.25

6

Bobby Ancell

30

9

3

3

41

26

3

4

8

25

42

43

1.433

47.78

7

Colin Cameron

62

14

9

8

57

35

10

5

16

50

64

86

1.387

46.24

8

Paul Smith

257

47

34

47

171

178

46

42

41

183

178

355

1.381

46.04

9

Harry Melrose

231

57

26

34

191

132

34

20

60

144

196

319

1.381

46.03

10

Jim Jefferies

74

18

11

8

54

41

10

7

20

61

67

102

1.378

45.95

11

Frank Connor

63

17

8

7

56

31

6

9

16

27

45

86

1.365

45.50

12

Jock Wallace

82

22

7

12

62

36

10

5

26

46

90

108

1.317

43.90

13

Jim Crease

165

33

21

28

129

114

25

21

37

115

138

216

1.309

43.64

14

Jim McIntosh

98

22

13

12

97

67

14

6

31

83

129

127

1.296

43.20

15

Ian Little

85

18

12

13

76

60

11

11

20

60

69

110

1.294

43.14

16

Ian Spence

118

27

14

18

132

87

12

20

27

87

137

151

1.280

42.66

17

Danny McLennan

87

22

10

11

87

70

10

5

29

50

113

111

1.276

42.53

18

Ralph Callachan

78

13

12

14

47

50

12

9

18

54

72

96

1.231

41.03

19

Walter Galbraith

9

1

1

2

8

10

2

1

2

8

7

11

1.222

40.74

20

Ian Ross

19

5

1

3

19

17

2

1

7

15

27

23

1.211

40.35

21

Jim McSherry

26

4

5

4

18

21

4

2

7

14

21

31

1.192

39.74

22

Sandy Clark

27

4

3

6

16

20

3

5

6

15

23

29

1.074

35.80

23

Eric Tait

181

29

27

35

111

122

16

18

56

93

160

180

0.994

33.15

24

Robbie Horn

40

5

6

8

20

29

4

4

13

14

40

37

0.925

30.83

25

Allan McGonigle

12

2

2

2

9

9

0

1

5

4

13

9

0.750

25.00

26

Jimmy Thomson

56

6

6

18

27

52

2

6

18

21

51

36

0.643

21.43

27

Gordon Haig

15

0

3

4

3

10

1

3

4

6

14

9

0.600

20.00

26

Johnny Harvey

26

2

2

10

10

31

1

2

9

9

37

13

0.500

16.67

28

Michael Renwick

25

1

4

8

19

34

1

1

10

9

42

11

0.440

14.67

                               

Notes: 1. League matches only. 2. Worked out on 3 points for a win and 1 for a draw regardless of points system. 3. Up to and including Saturday 27 April 2019

                               

Timeline: Bobby Ancell Dec 50 to Apr 52; John Thompson Aug 52 to Jan 53; Jerry Kerr Aug 53 to Nov 54; Danny McLennan Nov 57 to Jan 60; Jim McIntosh Apr 60 to Feb 63; Ian Spence Aug 63 to Oct 66; Jock Wallace Nov 66 to Jan 69; Harry Melrose Mar 69 to Sep 75; Walter Galbraith Oct 75 to Dec 75; Gordon Haig Jan 76 to Sep 76; Dave Smith Oct 76 to Oct 80; Frank Connor Nov 80 to May 82; Jim McSherry Aug 82 to Feb 83; Eric Tait Feb 83 to Oct 87; Jim Thomson Nov 87 to Sep 88; Jim Jefferies Sep 88 to May 90; Ralph Callachan Aug 90 to May 92; Jim Crease Aug 92 to Jan 94; Tom Hendrie Jan 94 to Feb 96; Ian Ross Mar 96 to Oct 96; Jim Thomson Nov 96 to Aug 97; Paul Smith Sep 97 to Oct 04; Sandy Clark Oct 04 to May 05; John Coughlin Jul 05 to Oct 07; Michael Renwick Oct 07 to Apr 08; Allan McGonigle Jul 08 to Nov 08, Jimmy Crease Nov 08 to Oct 11; Ian Little Nov 11 to Jan 14; Colin Cameron Jan 14 to Oct 15; John Coughlin Nov 2015 to Aug 2017; Robbie Horn Sep 2017 to Oct 2018; Johnny Harvey Oct 2018 to Apr 2019; John Brownlie May 2019

I suppose Michael Renwick was pish in a higher division.

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1 hour ago, cowdenbeath said:

I suppose Michael Renwick was pish in a higher division.

Was pish outfield too.

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Interesting to see that murrell has been instrumental in bonnyriggs play off games to get them into the lowland league. A standard of teams playing in it that will be no worse than cove probably. Why did Harvey let him go when we are so toothless going forward. Why was that arsehole so eager to make mass changes which could potentially destroy our club. Sorry a bit off track with that rant but had to get it of my chest when I look at the state we are in and look at how well the ones we let go are doing now, and what we replaced them with. Madness. 

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Interesting to see that murrell has been instrumental in bonnyriggs play off games to get them into the lowland league. A standard of teams playing in it that will be no worse than cove probably. Why did Harvey let him go when we are so toothless going forward. Why was that arsehole so eager to make mass changes which could potentially destroy our club. Sorry a bit off track with that rant but had to get it of my chest when I look at the state we are in and look at how well the ones we let go are doing now, and what we replaced them with. Madness. 
Murrell has put in some excellent displays since his arrival at Bonnyrigg. His movement off the ball and control on it can be excellent.

He also looks like he's enjoying his football which might well be making all the difference as I understand the problem at Berwick was more his attitude than ability.

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2 hours ago, Fergie1 said:

Interesting to see that murrell has been instrumental in bonnyriggs play off games to get them into the lowland league. A standard of teams playing in it that will be no worse than cove probably. Why did Harvey let him go when we are so toothless going forward. Why was that arsehole so eager to make mass changes which could potentially destroy our club. Sorry a bit off track with that rant but had to get it of my chest when I look at the state we are in and look at how well the ones we let go are doing now, and what we replaced them with. Madness. 

Maybe that’s just highlights the massive difference in quality?

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55 minutes ago, Muzza81 said:

Maybe that’s just highlights the massive difference in quality?

Not atall because the Bonnyrigg team for example is made up of a lot of ex Berwick boys who I would have back in a heartbeat over any player we have now. Would you have dean Brett back over your current right back? 

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1 minute ago, Fergie1 said:

Not atall because the Bonnyrigg team for example is made up of a lot of ex Berwick boys who I would have back in a heartbeat over any player we have now. Would you have dean Brett back over your current right back? 

That’s not really fair though as you’re utter garbage. It still doesn’t mean these players are near good enough for L2. Brett isn’t playing there on merit so your point doesn’t stand. Murrell wasn’t good at Cowden either. 

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24 minutes ago, Muzza81 said:

That’s not really fair though as you’re utter garbage. It still doesn’t mean these players are near good enough for L2. Brett isn’t playing there on merit so your point doesn’t stand. Murrell wasn’t good at Cowden either. 

Absolute nonsense. Most of the Bonnyrigg side would walk into your team aswell as ours. So you would have Brett over your current right back? You didn’t answer the question. 

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Murrell never turned up when he played for us, but then I would most certainly have Brett on the team if given the opportunity.

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4 minutes ago, DutchBorderer said:

Murrell never turned up when he played for us, but then I would most certainly have Brett on the team if given the opportunity.

Would you have murrell over what we have at the moment? 

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