On a serious note before I troll you again, does somebody eat your lunch everyday or what? Did life after Mubarak become that bad?
But going back to whatever you were talking about, if you look at my posts I have said several times Montella should have been fired after the Sampdoria game. Even on the posts I defended him. But if the rumors about firing him in December or end of the year and his contract for the following season would be voided might as well keep him and save some money. And there was no manager available that would make anyone of us say, this is our guy hire him. Last time I checked still isn't one. This has nothing to do with me being pro new management, which I am to a certain point, but if I don't see anything on the pitch how the **** can I be?
This is also looking at things in hindsight. Was anyone of us exited for Gattuso taking over? If you find me somebody I'll steal Warren Buffet's money and give it to him. But things are not so bad, I'm not expecting Coppa or Europa League, but there's improvements to Montella's shit show of a possession game of going nowhere. At least with Gattuso they're going somewhere instead of passing around in circles. Now I still expect loses to Genoa away or Atalanta or Sassuolo away, but if Gattuso can do it maybe there's hope.
Now also another thing in hindsight is the mercato. Even a depressed pessimistic guy like you was exited in the summer. Just like the rest of us. Now you can't find anybody exited anymore, not even the hardcore Curva guys. So in hindsight when I say firing Montella was the best thing Fassobelli did am I wrong? No I'm goddamn right, because that is the best thing that they have done so far after a botched mercato and the Tiki-Cacca or Shitty-Taka of Montella.
Until next time and don't let them eat your lunch. And BTW if they don't get Conte and have a repeat of the last few seasons I'm done with them. I'm already fiddy-fiddy as it is.