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Don’t be fooled by the 2 red cards, weren’t going to win the game today with 11.

So many things could complain about it’s unreal. 
There simply has to be a change now before it gets any worse in the league. I think there will be, whether it’s a resignation or a mutual consent(pay off). 
Feel sorry for the board, and whoever is having to pay more cash from there own pocket to facilitate the change, as the amount of people at the game today isn’t enough to fund these things, in fact it’s not enough to run a SPFL league 2 club.

The alternative is relegation and there’s no ifs and buts about it this time. 

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3 minutes ago, cowdenbeath said:

Just as I predicted on here last Sunday Strollers are no mugs with a manager who is a good organiser.

Just shows what a good manager can bring to a team. Euan Valentine scoring also!!

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12 minutes ago, silkybeath said:

Just shows what a good manager can bring to a team. Euan Valentine scoring also!!

He is a good manager at that level won that league twice with Edinburgh City and kept them in the SPFL with the same side.

He knows how to organise a side for sure.

 

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1 minute ago, Neilly said:

Time is up for Bollanbaw.

You know it's bad when you are expected to get beat off a non league team.

Chin up fellas.

Think we know his time is up thanks for letting us know though.

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MANAGEMENT TEAM

Cowdenbeath FC can this evening confirm following today’s Scottish Cup tie that manager Gary Bollan and his management team of Craig Easton and Ian Flaherty have left the club by mutual consent.

We most warmly thank them all for their hard work on the club’s behalf in their time at Central Park. Indeed Gary has been our longest serving manager in almost 30 years having been appointed to his post in November 2017. In that first season, taking over the club when it was at a low ebb, Gary preserved our League status with an against the odds win over Cove Rangers. Building further on that Cowden advanced to finish 6th and then 4th under Gary and his team in the next two seasons. Last season was a very difficult one given the many trials and tribulations visited on us by Covid and its truncated nature.

Season 2021/22 though has produced a run of very disappointing results and the club has fallen to the foot of the League 2 table despite the management team's best endeavours. And as everyone will appreciate, ‘football is a very much a results based business’. We do though most sincerely wish Gary, Craig and Ian all the very best for the future.

The search for a new manager is of course now underway and Goalkeeping Coach Dave McGurn will take charge of team matters in the interim assisted by club captain Craig Barr.

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1 minute ago, onecowden said:

MANAGEMENT TEAM

Cowdenbeath FC can this evening confirm following today’s Scottish Cup tie that manager Gary Bollan and his management team of Craig Easton and Ian Flaherty have left the club by mutual consent.

We most warmly thank them all for their hard work on the club’s behalf in their time at Central Park. Indeed Gary has been our longest serving manager in almost 30 years having been appointed to his post in November 2017. In that first season, taking over the club when it was at a low ebb, Gary preserved our League status with an against the odds win over Cove Rangers. Building further on that Cowden advanced to finish 6th and then 4th under Gary and his team in the next two seasons. Last season was a very difficult one given the many trials and tribulations visited on us by Covid and its truncated nature.

Season 2021/22 though has produced a run of very disappointing results and the club has fallen to the foot of the League 2 table despite the management team's best endeavours. And as everyone will appreciate, ‘football is a very much a results based business’. We do though most sincerely wish Gary, Craig and Ian all the very best for the future.

The search for a new manager is of course now underway and Goalkeeping Coach Dave McGurn will take charge of team matters in the interim assisted by club captain Craig Barr.

Badly needed change.

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For all the critism that has flowed here and elsewhere yes life moves forward but lets not forget he saved us from relagation v Cove no mean task and brought hone a Cowden Legend in Liam Buchanan. I think it is important to look at the whole anf Gary leves with my thanks  and best wishes.

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2 minutes ago, Blue Oktober said:

For all the critism that has flowed here and elsewhere yes life moves forward but lets not forget he saved us from relagation v Cove no mean task and brought hone a Cowden Legend in Liam Buchanan. I think it is important to look at the whole anf Gary leves with my thanks  and best wishes.

As you say he done well to keep us up and then got a 6th and 4th place, last season and the last few months this season have been terrible however.

I think part of the problem this season is a lack of squad depth mostly the same starting line up this season we became predictable and easy for other managers and players to suss us out.

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