by easytiger Sat Apr 29, 2023 6:44 pm
Fair, I don’t mind/know of that is an unpopular opinion
But crying in a press conference is not what I want from a coach
I have no idea what a popular/unpopular opinion is here;
But yeah, do we really need our men to bottle up those emotions, no tears, just keep it in until it boils over and...?
No offence meant, but hope you get my point.
I don't see anything wrong with Stuart caring about his club/relationship with players. Yeah, it might be a bit awkward, but there are a lot more awkward things that happen around RL than a bloke in a high-pressure environment speaking about a situation that's clearly been pretty challenging
FWIW - What you saw was from fox was a spliced-up condensed version of the presser to make it as heightened & dramatic as possible (there were quite a number of questions put to him in and around Jack Wighton - the journo's want the emotion).