SWINDON TOWN: Cooper urges players to play for their futures

Swindon Town boss Mark Cooper

Swindon Town boss Mark Cooper

First published in Sport Swindon Advertiser: Photograph of the Author by , Sports reporter

SWINDON Town manager Mark Cooper has warned his players that they are playing for their futures at the County Ground.

The Robins chief is determined not to let this season fizzle out into nothing after admitting that the League One play-offs is probably out of their reach following Saturday’s 2-1 defeat to MK Dons.

With 11 games of the current campaign remaining, including tonight’s visit of table-topping Wolves, Cooper wants his charges to force their way into his plans for next term.

Eighteen players are believed to be out of contract this summer and while talks have begun with controversial star striker Nile Ranger, the Town boss is yet to begin talks with anyone else.

The likes of Troy Archibald-Henville, Jay McEveley, Dany N’Guessan and Jack Barthram are all in the final year of the current deals.

And while finishing in the top six is an extreme long-shot, Cooper insists that there is still plenty to play for.

“Players are playing for their futures for next year,” said Cooper when asked how he intends on stopping this campaign from petering out.

“They have to make sure that they are in our thoughts for next year.”

The Swindon manager insists that the club are in no hurry to secure Ranger’s services for next term with the club having the option to extend his deal beyond the summer.

The former Newcastle United striker is out for the season after tearing his hamstring.

“We are speaking to Nile,” Cooper confirmed. “He has got a hamstring problem at the moment, but he is our player.

“We have an option on him for next year so there is no great urgency.”

Cooper also said that the club has not renewed Jacob Murphy’s loan after the Norwich striker’s temporary deal at the County Ground expired over the weekend.

“At the moment we won’t be extending that,” the Swindon manager said.

“We have got some players that are contracted to the club for next year and we need as the season goes a long to have a look at them to decide if they are going to help next year.”

Meanwhile, Cooper revealed that goalkeeper Wes Foderingham returned to training yesterday for the first time since he injured his groin a fortnight ago and could come in to contention for Saturday’s trip to Bristol City.

On tonight’s game with Wolves, who have set a new club record after winning eight successive matches, Cooper is hoping to upset the form book.

“Everyone will say that (it will be a comfortable Wolves win),” he said. “But how many times have you seen the apple cart being upset.

“We are going to go and try our best, try our hardest and we are going to try and ask questions of Wolves. We are focused on Wolves now, we are going to give it our best shot and see if we can cause an upset.”

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6:02am Tue 11 Mar 14

ctown_red says...

Despite our recent form i'm quite happy with the season so far, we are doing much better than i and a lot of others thought we might.
We now have nothing realisticly to play for, so lets see who actually wants to play for Swindon Town, the core of our squad is as good as any in this league, in Foderingham, Thompson brothers, Kasim, Luongo, Ranger and with the right acquisitions and extension of Troys contract, and the hopefull signing of Mason on a perm, Promotion would be a real possibility!.
Despite our recent form i'm quite happy with the season so far, we are doing much better than i and a lot of others thought we might. We now have nothing realisticly to play for, so lets see who actually wants to play for Swindon Town, the core of our squad is as good as any in this league, in Foderingham, Thompson brothers, Kasim, Luongo, Ranger and with the right acquisitions and extension of Troys contract, and the hopefull signing of Mason on a perm, Promotion would be a real possibility!. ctown_red
  • Score: 47

6:29am Tue 11 Mar 14

grove red says...

ctown_red wrote:
Despite our recent form i'm quite happy with the season so far, we are doing much better than i and a lot of others thought we might.
We now have nothing realisticly to play for, so lets see who actually wants to play for Swindon Town, the core of our squad is as good as any in this league, in Foderingham, Thompson brothers, Kasim, Luongo, Ranger and with the right acquisitions and extension of Troys contract, and the hopefull signing of Mason on a perm, Promotion would be a real possibility!.
Yes agree with you if we keep the players i just still think cooper is not the right guy to manage them. we need a strong manager who has other ideas and knows when to change players at the right time. who is that man only time will tell but its not mr cooper for me.
[quote][p][bold]ctown_red[/bold] wrote: Despite our recent form i'm quite happy with the season so far, we are doing much better than i and a lot of others thought we might. We now have nothing realisticly to play for, so lets see who actually wants to play for Swindon Town, the core of our squad is as good as any in this league, in Foderingham, Thompson brothers, Kasim, Luongo, Ranger and with the right acquisitions and extension of Troys contract, and the hopefull signing of Mason on a perm, Promotion would be a real possibility!.[/p][/quote]Yes agree with you if we keep the players i just still think cooper is not the right guy to manage them. we need a strong manager who has other ideas and knows when to change players at the right time. who is that man only time will tell but its not mr cooper for me. grove red
  • Score: 6

6:43am Tue 11 Mar 14

U REDS says...

I think Swindon will win tonight. Good luck guys.
I think Swindon will win tonight. Good luck guys. U REDS
  • Score: 6

8:24am Tue 11 Mar 14

umpcah says...

" talks have begun with controversial star striker Nile Ranger " Can you MANAGE him Cooper ? Will there be a HIM and US situation in the dressing room ? Can Nile stay out of trouble ? What do other posters think ?
" talks have begun with controversial star striker Nile Ranger " Can you MANAGE him Cooper ? Will there be a HIM and US situation in the dressing room ? Can Nile stay out of trouble ? What do other posters think ? umpcah
  • Score: 2

8:27am Tue 11 Mar 14

Robinonfire says...

STFC 1 win in 8 and WOLVES 8 wins in 8...we need all Coopers tactics tonight.
STFC 1 win in 8 and WOLVES 8 wins in 8...we need all Coopers tactics tonight. Robinonfire
  • Score: -2

8:58am Tue 11 Mar 14

the wizard says...

umpcah wrote:
" talks have begun with controversial star striker Nile Ranger " Can you MANAGE him Cooper ? Will there be a HIM and US situation in the dressing room ? Can Nile stay out of trouble ? What do other posters think ?
Its all about correct leadership and motivation, and I don't think Cooper has the ability or know how on how to reel him in and keep him focused. Probably too trusting and no where strict enough.

I don't think Cooper is that sort of bloke as a person, probably a well nice guy, but they always get abused and taken advantage of, and as a a manger you cannot afford to be that person. Probably too genuine a guy.
[quote][p][bold]umpcah[/bold] wrote: " talks have begun with controversial star striker Nile Ranger " Can you MANAGE him Cooper ? Will there be a HIM and US situation in the dressing room ? Can Nile stay out of trouble ? What do other posters think ?[/p][/quote]Its all about correct leadership and motivation, and I don't think Cooper has the ability or know how on how to reel him in and keep him focused. Probably too trusting and no where strict enough. I don't think Cooper is that sort of bloke as a person, probably a well nice guy, but they always get abused and taken advantage of, and as a a manger you cannot afford to be that person. Probably too genuine a guy. the wizard
  • Score: 0

9:01am Tue 11 Mar 14

King Doink says...

Never mind the players playing for their futures!! What about yours Mr Cooper!
Never mind the players playing for their futures!! What about yours Mr Cooper! King Doink
  • Score: 13

9:47am Tue 11 Mar 14

Wilesy says...

grove red wrote:
ctown_red wrote:
Despite our recent form i'm quite happy with the season so far, we are doing much better than i and a lot of others thought we might.
We now have nothing realisticly to play for, so lets see who actually wants to play for Swindon Town, the core of our squad is as good as any in this league, in Foderingham, Thompson brothers, Kasim, Luongo, Ranger and with the right acquisitions and extension of Troys contract, and the hopefull signing of Mason on a perm, Promotion would be a real possibility!.
Yes agree with you if we keep the players i just still think cooper is not the right guy to manage them. we need a strong manager who has other ideas and knows when to change players at the right time. who is that man only time will tell but its not mr cooper for me.
6:29 am and the Cooper out bandwagon gets rolling.

So much negativity.

Big game tonight, yet all we hear is doom and gloom.

Results have been good all things considered.

Current league position is good all things considered and top half of table all season. Goal of avoiding relegation 99% achieved.

A penalty away from getting to Wembley.

Full house games against Spurs and Chelsea.

There have been plenty of seasons worse than this one....
[quote][p][bold]grove red[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ctown_red[/bold] wrote: Despite our recent form i'm quite happy with the season so far, we are doing much better than i and a lot of others thought we might. We now have nothing realisticly to play for, so lets see who actually wants to play for Swindon Town, the core of our squad is as good as any in this league, in Foderingham, Thompson brothers, Kasim, Luongo, Ranger and with the right acquisitions and extension of Troys contract, and the hopefull signing of Mason on a perm, Promotion would be a real possibility!.[/p][/quote]Yes agree with you if we keep the players i just still think cooper is not the right guy to manage them. we need a strong manager who has other ideas and knows when to change players at the right time. who is that man only time will tell but its not mr cooper for me.[/p][/quote]6:29 am and the Cooper out bandwagon gets rolling. So much negativity. Big game tonight, yet all we hear is doom and gloom. Results have been good all things considered. Current league position is good all things considered and top half of table all season. Goal of avoiding relegation 99% achieved. A penalty away from getting to Wembley. Full house games against Spurs and Chelsea. There have been plenty of seasons worse than this one.... Wilesy
  • Score: 24

10:07am Tue 11 Mar 14

Swindon1984 says...

As someone said on another thread, hoping posh beat $hitty as our play off chance is dead in the water. Will hopefully mean the franchise don't have a shot at the play offs either.

Still reckon the mentality now should be "the pressure's off, go out and enjoy yourself and show us what you can do, and let's end the season on a high." Flip side of the pressure being off (i.e. nothing to play for but pride) means some in the team may not make the effort.

Cooper seems to struggle in motivating them - and that's not me saying "Cooper out," as (a) he's done enough this season to warrant another crack of the whip and (b) it wouldn't make any difference to where we finish up this season. Still not sure if he's the right person to lead us forward long term but it would be unfair based on the accomplishments of this season to get rid of him. You have to judge the season as a whole, and when we get to the end, balanced against where we expected to be at the start, we'll probably have done ok. I mean if the two halves of the season were the other way round, we'd staved off relegation earlier on and made a late push for the play offs and just missed out, Cooper would be hailed as a hero.

Have calmed down a bit from the weekend - I was sick as a dog after Saturday's game where we threw it away, but have resigned myself this season to seeing some more possibly disappointing matches but then looking forward to next season - who knows what it will bring. Full house (almost) tonight and taking over 1500 to City Saturday, things could be worse!
As someone said on another thread, hoping posh beat $hitty as our play off chance is dead in the water. Will hopefully mean the franchise don't have a shot at the play offs either. Still reckon the mentality now should be "the pressure's off, go out and enjoy yourself and show us what you can do, and let's end the season on a high." Flip side of the pressure being off (i.e. nothing to play for but pride) means some in the team may not make the effort. Cooper seems to struggle in motivating them - and that's not me saying "Cooper out," as (a) he's done enough this season to warrant another crack of the whip and (b) it wouldn't make any difference to where we finish up this season. Still not sure if he's the right person to lead us forward long term but it would be unfair based on the accomplishments of this season to get rid of him. You have to judge the season as a whole, and when we get to the end, balanced against where we expected to be at the start, we'll probably have done ok. I mean if the two halves of the season were the other way round, we'd staved off relegation earlier on and made a late push for the play offs and just missed out, Cooper would be hailed as a hero. Have calmed down a bit from the weekend - I was sick as a dog after Saturday's game where we threw it away, but have resigned myself this season to seeing some more possibly disappointing matches but then looking forward to next season - who knows what it will bring. Full house (almost) tonight and taking over 1500 to City Saturday, things could be worse! Swindon1984
  • Score: 7

10:36am Tue 11 Mar 14

mickry says...

Unlike DiCanio, who signed some right duds, Cooper seems to be good at spotting players with real potential. On the other hand, his use of tactics seems a bit hit and miss, and his man management appears to be slipping into the kind of undiplomatic public opinionating about his players which often made DiCanio a bit of a liability at times.
On the OTHER hand, we've done ok, which is much more than I expected.
Hmmm.
Mick.
Unlike DiCanio, who signed some right duds, Cooper seems to be good at spotting players with real potential. On the other hand, his use of tactics seems a bit hit and miss, and his man management appears to be slipping into the kind of undiplomatic public opinionating about his players which often made DiCanio a bit of a liability at times. On the OTHER hand, we've done ok, which is much more than I expected. Hmmm. Mick. mickry
  • Score: 0

10:59am Tue 11 Mar 14

Is that you Lovesey says...

Cooper out
Cooper out Is that you Lovesey
  • Score: -7

11:04am Tue 11 Mar 14

Another view says...

nlike DiCanio, who signed some right duds, Cooper seems to be good at spotting players with real potential. On the other hand, his use of tactics seems a bit hit and miss, and his man management appears to be slipping into the kind of undiplomatic public opinionating about his players which often made DiCanio a bit of a liability at times.
On the OTHER hand, we've done ok, which is much more than I expected.
Hmmm.
Mick.

- Agreed, Mick. He is out of his depth though, and I think he badly needs some back up. An experienced old hand helping out in the back ground, somebody like Steve Coppell, would give him much needed support while he is still learning the job.

As quite a few on these threads have been saying, the big names hadn't been queing up to apply for the job. So why not use an old head as support till the end of the season?
nlike DiCanio, who signed some right duds, Cooper seems to be good at spotting players with real potential. On the other hand, his use of tactics seems a bit hit and miss, and his man management appears to be slipping into the kind of undiplomatic public opinionating about his players which often made DiCanio a bit of a liability at times. On the OTHER hand, we've done ok, which is much more than I expected. Hmmm. Mick. - Agreed, Mick. He is out of his depth though, and I think he badly needs some back up. An experienced old hand helping out in the back ground, somebody like Steve Coppell, would give him much needed support while he is still learning the job. As quite a few on these threads have been saying, the big names hadn't been queing up to apply for the job. So why not use an old head as support till the end of the season? Another view
  • Score: -5

1:24pm Tue 11 Mar 14

bradley red 1 says...

Not only certain players who are not good enough at this level a mr cooper? look in the mirror.
Not only certain players who are not good enough at this level a mr cooper? look in the mirror. bradley red 1
  • Score: -4

1:29pm Tue 11 Mar 14

Oi Den! says...

Is that you Lovesey wrote:
Cooper out
Cooper in.
[quote][p][bold]Is that you Lovesey[/bold] wrote: Cooper out[/p][/quote]Cooper in. Oi Den!
  • Score: -1

1:42pm Tue 11 Mar 14

smirg kcab says...

Oi Den! wrote:
Is that you Lovesey wrote:
Cooper out
Cooper in.
Cooper out
[quote][p][bold]Oi Den![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Is that you Lovesey[/bold] wrote: Cooper out[/p][/quote]Cooper in.[/p][/quote]Cooper out smirg kcab
  • Score: -2

1:45pm Tue 11 Mar 14

Oi Den! says...

Wilesy wrote:
grove red wrote:
ctown_red wrote:
Despite our recent form i'm quite happy with the season so far, we are doing much better than i and a lot of others thought we might.
We now have nothing realisticly to play for, so lets see who actually wants to play for Swindon Town, the core of our squad is as good as any in this league, in Foderingham, Thompson brothers, Kasim, Luongo, Ranger and with the right acquisitions and extension of Troys contract, and the hopefull signing of Mason on a perm, Promotion would be a real possibility!.
Yes agree with you if we keep the players i just still think cooper is not the right guy to manage them. we need a strong manager who has other ideas and knows when to change players at the right time. who is that man only time will tell but its not mr cooper for me.
6:29 am and the Cooper out bandwagon gets rolling.

So much negativity.

Big game tonight, yet all we hear is doom and gloom.

Results have been good all things considered.

Current league position is good all things considered and top half of table all season. Goal of avoiding relegation 99% achieved.

A penalty away from getting to Wembley.

Full house games against Spurs and Chelsea.

There have been plenty of seasons worse than this one....
Wilesy, I'm with you on much of that but I don't see that getting to the third round of the League Cup is anything to shout about. OK, so we played Chelsea but that was just the luck of the draw - and we went out of the competition without having a go at them. And have we really sunk so low that arranging a friendly against a Premier League team is a cause for joy? I couldn't care less who we play in friendlies or what the results are. They are just glorified training sessions. You didn't mention the disgraceful FA Cup exit. And hardly anyone gives a toss about the JPT. Attendance figures tell us that.

Credit where it's due though. We have punched above our weight in the League, even if our weaknesses have now become apparent to even the most ardent optimists. The rest of the season will be tough but I think Cooper will keep us in this division. I'll count that as a real achievement.
[quote][p][bold]Wilesy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]grove red[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ctown_red[/bold] wrote: Despite our recent form i'm quite happy with the season so far, we are doing much better than i and a lot of others thought we might. We now have nothing realisticly to play for, so lets see who actually wants to play for Swindon Town, the core of our squad is as good as any in this league, in Foderingham, Thompson brothers, Kasim, Luongo, Ranger and with the right acquisitions and extension of Troys contract, and the hopefull signing of Mason on a perm, Promotion would be a real possibility!.[/p][/quote]Yes agree with you if we keep the players i just still think cooper is not the right guy to manage them. we need a strong manager who has other ideas and knows when to change players at the right time. who is that man only time will tell but its not mr cooper for me.[/p][/quote]6:29 am and the Cooper out bandwagon gets rolling. So much negativity. Big game tonight, yet all we hear is doom and gloom. Results have been good all things considered. Current league position is good all things considered and top half of table all season. Goal of avoiding relegation 99% achieved. A penalty away from getting to Wembley. Full house games against Spurs and Chelsea. There have been plenty of seasons worse than this one....[/p][/quote]Wilesy, I'm with you on much of that but I don't see that getting to the third round of the League Cup is anything to shout about. OK, so we played Chelsea but that was just the luck of the draw - and we went out of the competition without having a go at them. And have we really sunk so low that arranging a friendly against a Premier League team is a cause for joy? I couldn't care less who we play in friendlies or what the results are. They are just glorified training sessions. You didn't mention the disgraceful FA Cup exit. And hardly anyone gives a toss about the JPT. Attendance figures tell us that. Credit where it's due though. We have punched above our weight in the League, even if our weaknesses have now become apparent to even the most ardent optimists. The rest of the season will be tough but I think Cooper will keep us in this division. I'll count that as a real achievement. Oi Den!
  • Score: 2

1:51pm Tue 11 Mar 14

Oi Den! says...

smirg kcab wrote:
Oi Den! wrote:
Is that you Lovesey wrote:
Cooper out
Cooper in.
Cooper out
Cooper's own players in, some of Power's weak signings out, Cooper's own tactics in - then let's see what he can do.
[quote][p][bold]smirg kcab[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Oi Den![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Is that you Lovesey[/bold] wrote: Cooper out[/p][/quote]Cooper in.[/p][/quote]Cooper out[/p][/quote]Cooper's own players in, some of Power's weak signings out, Cooper's own tactics in - then let's see what he can do. Oi Den!
  • Score: 0

2:25pm Tue 11 Mar 14

sadgit says...

Surely during the game they are Coopers tactics.
Can't see any reason to lay the blame for poor substitutions or formations on anyone but the manager.
Surely during the game they are Coopers tactics. Can't see any reason to lay the blame for poor substitutions or formations on anyone but the manager. sadgit
  • Score: 0

2:29pm Tue 11 Mar 14

Is that you Lovesey says...

Oi Den! wrote:
smirg kcab wrote:
Oi Den! wrote:
Is that you Lovesey wrote: Cooper out
Cooper in.
Cooper out
Cooper's own players in, some of Power's weak signings out, Cooper's own tactics in - then let's see what he can do.
No we are seeing what he can do Den, he has been manager all season, he has stated several times he has input in the players we sign, so lets not pretend this isn't his sout or he is hard done by, he isn't, noboddy else can be responsible for his arrogant attitude or poor tactics, both he and Power have said he picks the team and formation.

Lets not start pretending he needs 27 transfer windows to get it right, my oppinion is he is wrong and needs to go, he is clueless at best, who runs the fitness training, because this season we look unfit, now Ican understand us flagging in the last ten minutes of games if we were bombing forward in numbers and closing the opposition down all over the park, but we are stroking the baqll about sideways and back wards which should be easy on the fitness.

I am a season ticket holder and go to 80% of the away games, I have now stopped going to the away games as it isn't worth it, we are soooooo poor, I have renewed my ST's and am supporting the club, but this guy is a muppet and should be managing Solihull Moors. He still plays Sunday league, which shows his real committment to us, because after some of our performances now, he should have them in on a Sunday getting it right, but he is too busy playing.

I hope hope he isn't here next year.
[quote][p][bold]Oi Den![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smirg kcab[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Oi Den![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Is that you Lovesey[/bold] wrote: Cooper out[/p][/quote]Cooper in.[/p][/quote]Cooper out[/p][/quote]Cooper's own players in, some of Power's weak signings out, Cooper's own tactics in - then let's see what he can do.[/p][/quote]No we are seeing what he can do Den, he has been manager all season, he has stated several times he has input in the players we sign, so lets not pretend this isn't his sout or he is hard done by, he isn't, noboddy else can be responsible for his arrogant attitude or poor tactics, both he and Power have said he picks the team and formation. Lets not start pretending he needs 27 transfer windows to get it right, my oppinion is he is wrong and needs to go, he is clueless at best, who runs the fitness training, because this season we look unfit, now Ican understand us flagging in the last ten minutes of games if we were bombing forward in numbers and closing the opposition down all over the park, but we are stroking the baqll about sideways and back wards which should be easy on the fitness. I am a season ticket holder and go to 80% of the away games, I have now stopped going to the away games as it isn't worth it, we are soooooo poor, I have renewed my ST's and am supporting the club, but this guy is a muppet and should be managing Solihull Moors. He still plays Sunday league, which shows his real committment to us, because after some of our performances now, he should have them in on a Sunday getting it right, but he is too busy playing. I hope hope he isn't here next year. Is that you Lovesey
  • Score: -1

2:32pm Tue 11 Mar 14

bradley red 1 says...

sadgit wrote:
Surely during the game they are Coopers tactics.
Can't see any reason to lay the blame for poor substitutions or formations on anyone but the manager.
Powers team,powers club,say no more what other team in the leagues operate in this way? none.FARCE!
[quote][p][bold]sadgit[/bold] wrote: Surely during the game they are Coopers tactics. Can't see any reason to lay the blame for poor substitutions or formations on anyone but the manager.[/p][/quote]Powers team,powers club,say no more what other team in the leagues operate in this way? none.FARCE! bradley red 1
  • Score: -2

2:33pm Tue 11 Mar 14

bradley red 1 says...

Is that you Lovesey wrote:
Oi Den! wrote:
smirg kcab wrote:
Oi Den! wrote:
Is that you Lovesey wrote: Cooper out
Cooper in.
Cooper out
Cooper's own players in, some of Power's weak signings out, Cooper's own tactics in - then let's see what he can do.
No we are seeing what he can do Den, he has been manager all season, he has stated several times he has input in the players we sign, so lets not pretend this isn't his sout or he is hard done by, he isn't, noboddy else can be responsible for his arrogant attitude or poor tactics, both he and Power have said he picks the team and formation.

Lets not start pretending he needs 27 transfer windows to get it right, my oppinion is he is wrong and needs to go, he is clueless at best, who runs the fitness training, because this season we look unfit, now Ican understand us flagging in the last ten minutes of games if we were bombing forward in numbers and closing the opposition down all over the park, but we are stroking the baqll about sideways and back wards which should be easy on the fitness.

I am a season ticket holder and go to 80% of the away games, I have now stopped going to the away games as it isn't worth it, we are soooooo poor, I have renewed my ST's and am supporting the club, but this guy is a muppet and should be managing Solihull Moors. He still plays Sunday league, which shows his real committment to us, because after some of our performances now, he should have them in on a Sunday getting it right, but he is too busy playing.

I hope hope he isn't here next year.
PLAYERS ONLY TRAIN 3XHALF DAYS PER WEEK I HAVE HEARD.
[quote][p][bold]Is that you Lovesey[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Oi Den![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smirg kcab[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Oi Den![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Is that you Lovesey[/bold] wrote: Cooper out[/p][/quote]Cooper in.[/p][/quote]Cooper out[/p][/quote]Cooper's own players in, some of Power's weak signings out, Cooper's own tactics in - then let's see what he can do.[/p][/quote]No we are seeing what he can do Den, he has been manager all season, he has stated several times he has input in the players we sign, so lets not pretend this isn't his sout or he is hard done by, he isn't, noboddy else can be responsible for his arrogant attitude or poor tactics, both he and Power have said he picks the team and formation. Lets not start pretending he needs 27 transfer windows to get it right, my oppinion is he is wrong and needs to go, he is clueless at best, who runs the fitness training, because this season we look unfit, now Ican understand us flagging in the last ten minutes of games if we were bombing forward in numbers and closing the opposition down all over the park, but we are stroking the baqll about sideways and back wards which should be easy on the fitness. I am a season ticket holder and go to 80% of the away games, I have now stopped going to the away games as it isn't worth it, we are soooooo poor, I have renewed my ST's and am supporting the club, but this guy is a muppet and should be managing Solihull Moors. He still plays Sunday league, which shows his real committment to us, because after some of our performances now, he should have them in on a Sunday getting it right, but he is too busy playing. I hope hope he isn't here next year.[/p][/quote]PLAYERS ONLY TRAIN 3XHALF DAYS PER WEEK I HAVE HEARD. bradley red 1
  • Score: -2

2:43pm Tue 11 Mar 14

Oi Den! says...

sadgit wrote:
Surely during the game they are Coopers tactics.
Can't see any reason to lay the blame for poor substitutions or formations on anyone but the manager.
But M, you obviously believe the players are good enough to do better. I don't. Different formations or substitutions are no more likely to make things better than they are to make them worse. IMO Cooper chooses a negative formation because he has been told to play tip tap football and he knows we would get ripped to pieces doing that if we played a more expansive game.
[quote][p][bold]sadgit[/bold] wrote: Surely during the game they are Coopers tactics. Can't see any reason to lay the blame for poor substitutions or formations on anyone but the manager.[/p][/quote]But M, you obviously believe the players are good enough to do better. I don't. Different formations or substitutions are no more likely to make things better than they are to make them worse. IMO Cooper chooses a negative formation because he has been told to play tip tap football and he knows we would get ripped to pieces doing that if we played a more expansive game. Oi Den!
  • Score: 0

2:45pm Tue 11 Mar 14

Oi Den! says...

bradley red 1 wrote:
sadgit wrote:
Surely during the game they are Coopers tactics.
Can't see any reason to lay the blame for poor substitutions or formations on anyone but the manager.
Powers team,powers club,say no more what other team in the leagues operate in this way? none.FARCE!
So why do you keep blaming Cooper then?
[quote][p][bold]bradley red 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sadgit[/bold] wrote: Surely during the game they are Coopers tactics. Can't see any reason to lay the blame for poor substitutions or formations on anyone but the manager.[/p][/quote]Powers team,powers club,say no more what other team in the leagues operate in this way? none.FARCE![/p][/quote]So why do you keep blaming Cooper then? Oi Den!
  • Score: 1

2:51pm Tue 11 Mar 14

dreamofacleansheet2 says...

Interesting that Sherwood being linked to us for next season as he looks on his way out of Spurs. What do we feel about that ladies and gentleman?

Looking forward to us somehow conjuring a win tonight and just hope Leon Clarke doesn't score!
Interesting that Sherwood being linked to us for next season as he looks on his way out of Spurs. What do we feel about that ladies and gentleman? Looking forward to us somehow conjuring a win tonight and just hope Leon Clarke doesn't score! dreamofacleansheet2
  • Score: 3

2:56pm Tue 11 Mar 14

jillyh says...

bradley red 1 wrote:
Is that you Lovesey wrote:
Oi Den! wrote:
smirg kcab wrote:
Oi Den! wrote:
Is that you Lovesey wrote: Cooper out
Cooper in.
Cooper out
Cooper's own players in, some of Power's weak signings out, Cooper's own tactics in - then let's see what he can do.
No we are seeing what he can do Den, he has been manager all season, he has stated several times he has input in the players we sign, so lets not pretend this isn't his sout or he is hard done by, he isn't, noboddy else can be responsible for his arrogant attitude or poor tactics, both he and Power have said he picks the team and formation.

Lets not start pretending he needs 27 transfer windows to get it right, my oppinion is he is wrong and needs to go, he is clueless at best, who runs the fitness training, because this season we look unfit, now Ican understand us flagging in the last ten minutes of games if we were bombing forward in numbers and closing the opposition down all over the park, but we are stroking the baqll about sideways and back wards which should be easy on the fitness.

I am a season ticket holder and go to 80% of the away games, I have now stopped going to the away games as it isn't worth it, we are soooooo poor, I have renewed my ST's and am supporting the club, but this guy is a muppet and should be managing Solihull Moors. He still plays Sunday league, which shows his real committment to us, because after some of our performances now, he should have them in on a Sunday getting it right, but he is too busy playing.

I hope hope he isn't here next year.
PLAYERS ONLY TRAIN 3XHALF DAYS PER WEEK I HAVE HEARD.
That wouldn't surprise me as we look unfit and are back to the old days of leaking goals near the end of a game.
[quote][p][bold]bradley red 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Is that you Lovesey[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Oi Den![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smirg kcab[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Oi Den![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Is that you Lovesey[/bold] wrote: Cooper out[/p][/quote]Cooper in.[/p][/quote]Cooper out[/p][/quote]Cooper's own players in, some of Power's weak signings out, Cooper's own tactics in - then let's see what he can do.[/p][/quote]No we are seeing what he can do Den, he has been manager all season, he has stated several times he has input in the players we sign, so lets not pretend this isn't his sout or he is hard done by, he isn't, noboddy else can be responsible for his arrogant attitude or poor tactics, both he and Power have said he picks the team and formation. Lets not start pretending he needs 27 transfer windows to get it right, my oppinion is he is wrong and needs to go, he is clueless at best, who runs the fitness training, because this season we look unfit, now Ican understand us flagging in the last ten minutes of games if we were bombing forward in numbers and closing the opposition down all over the park, but we are stroking the baqll about sideways and back wards which should be easy on the fitness. I am a season ticket holder and go to 80% of the away games, I have now stopped going to the away games as it isn't worth it, we are soooooo poor, I have renewed my ST's and am supporting the club, but this guy is a muppet and should be managing Solihull Moors. He still plays Sunday league, which shows his real committment to us, because after some of our performances now, he should have them in on a Sunday getting it right, but he is too busy playing. I hope hope he isn't here next year.[/p][/quote]PLAYERS ONLY TRAIN 3XHALF DAYS PER WEEK I HAVE HEARD.[/p][/quote]That wouldn't surprise me as we look unfit and are back to the old days of leaking goals near the end of a game. jillyh
  • Score: -1

3:13pm Tue 11 Mar 14

bradley red 1 says...

Oi Den! wrote:
bradley red 1 wrote:
sadgit wrote:
Surely during the game they are Coopers tactics.
Can't see any reason to lay the blame for poor substitutions or formations on anyone but the manager.
Powers team,powers club,say no more what other team in the leagues operate in this way? none.FARCE!
So why do you keep blaming Cooper then?
Proved not to be up to the standard of coaching at this level.
[quote][p][bold]Oi Den![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bradley red 1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sadgit[/bold] wrote: Surely during the game they are Coopers tactics. Can't see any reason to lay the blame for poor substitutions or formations on anyone but the manager.[/p][/quote]Powers team,powers club,say no more what other team in the leagues operate in this way? none.FARCE![/p][/quote]So why do you keep blaming Cooper then?[/p][/quote]Proved not to be up to the standard of coaching at this level. bradley red 1
  • Score: 0

4:26pm Tue 11 Mar 14

The Jockster says...

ctown_red wrote:
Despite our recent form i'm quite happy with the season so far, we are doing much better than i and a lot of others thought we might.
We now have nothing realisticly to play for, so lets see who actually wants to play for Swindon Town, the core of our squad is as good as any in this league, in Foderingham, Thompson brothers, Kasim, Luongo, Ranger and with the right acquisitions and extension of Troys contract, and the hopefull signing of Mason on a perm, Promotion would be a real possibility!.
I admire your optimism but surely Wes Luongo & Ranger will be gone? Along with Pritchard so doesn't that mean that retaining that nucleus of a side to build around is going to be difficult?
[quote][p][bold]ctown_red[/bold] wrote: Despite our recent form i'm quite happy with the season so far, we are doing much better than i and a lot of others thought we might. We now have nothing realisticly to play for, so lets see who actually wants to play for Swindon Town, the core of our squad is as good as any in this league, in Foderingham, Thompson brothers, Kasim, Luongo, Ranger and with the right acquisitions and extension of Troys contract, and the hopefull signing of Mason on a perm, Promotion would be a real possibility!.[/p][/quote]I admire your optimism but surely Wes Luongo & Ranger will be gone? Along with Pritchard so doesn't that mean that retaining that nucleus of a side to build around is going to be difficult? The Jockster
  • Score: 3

4:39pm Tue 11 Mar 14

The Jockster says...

smirg kcab wrote:
Oi Den! wrote:
Is that you Lovesey wrote:
Cooper out
Cooper in.
Cooper out
You put your Cooper in, your Cooper out, you do the Power coky and you shake him all about!
[quote][p][bold]smirg kcab[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Oi Den![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Is that you Lovesey[/bold] wrote: Cooper out[/p][/quote]Cooper in.[/p][/quote]Cooper out[/p][/quote]You put your Cooper in, your Cooper out, you do the Power coky and you shake him all about! The Jockster
  • Score: 0

4:49pm Tue 11 Mar 14

smirg kcab says...

The Jockster wrote:
smirg kcab wrote:
Oi Den! wrote:
Is that you Lovesey wrote:
Cooper out
Cooper in.
Cooper out
You put your Cooper in, your Cooper out, you do the Power coky and you shake him all about!
That's what it's all about
Heading towards relegation
Heading towards relegation
Heading towards relegation
With an empty county ground
[quote][p][bold]The Jockster[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smirg kcab[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Oi Den![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Is that you Lovesey[/bold] wrote: Cooper out[/p][/quote]Cooper in.[/p][/quote]Cooper out[/p][/quote]You put your Cooper in, your Cooper out, you do the Power coky and you shake him all about![/p][/quote]That's what it's all about Heading towards relegation Heading towards relegation Heading towards relegation With an empty county ground smirg kcab
  • Score: 1

4:54pm Tue 11 Mar 14

smirg kcab says...

dreamofacleansheet2 wrote:
Interesting that Sherwood being linked to us for next season as he looks on his way out of Spurs. What do we feel about that ladies and gentleman?

Looking forward to us somehow conjuring a win tonight and just hope Leon Clarke doesn't score!
His mum will do if tim don't want to come
[quote][p][bold]dreamofacleansheet2[/bold] wrote: Interesting that Sherwood being linked to us for next season as he looks on his way out of Spurs. What do we feel about that ladies and gentleman? Looking forward to us somehow conjuring a win tonight and just hope Leon Clarke doesn't score![/p][/quote]His mum will do if tim don't want to come smirg kcab
  • Score: 0

5:05pm Tue 11 Mar 14

Swindon1984 says...

smirg kcab wrote:
The Jockster wrote:
smirg kcab wrote:
Oi Den! wrote:
Is that you Lovesey wrote: Cooper out
Cooper in.
Cooper out
You put your Cooper in, your Cooper out, you do the Power coky and you shake him all about!
That's what it's all about Heading towards relegation Heading towards relegation Heading towards relegation With an empty county ground
Give you your dues, that was pretty funny ;-)
[quote][p][bold]smirg kcab[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Jockster[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smirg kcab[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Oi Den![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Is that you Lovesey[/bold] wrote: Cooper out[/p][/quote]Cooper in.[/p][/quote]Cooper out[/p][/quote]You put your Cooper in, your Cooper out, you do the Power coky and you shake him all about![/p][/quote]That's what it's all about Heading towards relegation Heading towards relegation Heading towards relegation With an empty county ground[/p][/quote]Give you your dues, that was pretty funny ;-) Swindon1984
  • Score: 2

5:24pm Tue 11 Mar 14

Oi Den! says...

Swindon1984 wrote:
smirg kcab wrote:
The Jockster wrote:
smirg kcab wrote:
Oi Den! wrote:
Is that you Lovesey wrote: Cooper out
Cooper in.
Cooper out
You put your Cooper in, your Cooper out, you do the Power coky and you shake him all about!
That's what it's all about Heading towards relegation Heading towards relegation Heading towards relegation With an empty county ground
Give you your dues, that was pretty funny ;-)
Yep, get's my vote too. Well done fellas.
[quote][p][bold]Swindon1984[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smirg kcab[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Jockster[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smirg kcab[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Oi Den![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Is that you Lovesey[/bold] wrote: Cooper out[/p][/quote]Cooper in.[/p][/quote]Cooper out[/p][/quote]You put your Cooper in, your Cooper out, you do the Power coky and you shake him all about![/p][/quote]That's what it's all about Heading towards relegation Heading towards relegation Heading towards relegation With an empty county ground[/p][/quote]Give you your dues, that was pretty funny ;-)[/p][/quote]Yep, get's my vote too. Well done fellas. Oi Den!
  • Score: 1

5:41pm Tue 11 Mar 14

Oi Den! says...

It's not me putting rogue apostrophes in my posts - it's the bloody autocorrect, honest guvnor.
It's not me putting rogue apostrophes in my posts - it's the bloody autocorrect, honest guvnor. Oi Den!
  • Score: 0

5:46pm Tue 11 Mar 14

dazzastfc says...

Wilesy wrote:
grove red wrote:
ctown_red wrote:
Despite our recent form i'm quite happy with the season so far, we are doing much better than i and a lot of others thought we might.
We now have nothing realisticly to play for, so lets see who actually wants to play for Swindon Town, the core of our squad is as good as any in this league, in Foderingham, Thompson brothers, Kasim, Luongo, Ranger and with the right acquisitions and extension of Troys contract, and the hopefull signing of Mason on a perm, Promotion would be a real possibility!.
Yes agree with you if we keep the players i just still think cooper is not the right guy to manage them. we need a strong manager who has other ideas and knows when to change players at the right time. who is that man only time will tell but its not mr cooper for me.
6:29 am and the Cooper out bandwagon gets rolling.

So much negativity.

Big game tonight, yet all we hear is doom and gloom.

Results have been good all things considered.

Current league position is good all things considered and top half of table all season. Goal of avoiding relegation 99% achieved.

A penalty away from getting to Wembley.

Full house games against Spurs and Chelsea.

There have been plenty of seasons worse than this one....
13 points in the last 12 games...
Goes that make you happy
[quote][p][bold]Wilesy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]grove red[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ctown_red[/bold] wrote: Despite our recent form i'm quite happy with the season so far, we are doing much better than i and a lot of others thought we might. We now have nothing realisticly to play for, so lets see who actually wants to play for Swindon Town, the core of our squad is as good as any in this league, in Foderingham, Thompson brothers, Kasim, Luongo, Ranger and with the right acquisitions and extension of Troys contract, and the hopefull signing of Mason on a perm, Promotion would be a real possibility!.[/p][/quote]Yes agree with you if we keep the players i just still think cooper is not the right guy to manage them. we need a strong manager who has other ideas and knows when to change players at the right time. who is that man only time will tell but its not mr cooper for me.[/p][/quote]6:29 am and the Cooper out bandwagon gets rolling. So much negativity. Big game tonight, yet all we hear is doom and gloom. Results have been good all things considered. Current league position is good all things considered and top half of table all season. Goal of avoiding relegation 99% achieved. A penalty away from getting to Wembley. Full house games against Spurs and Chelsea. There have been plenty of seasons worse than this one....[/p][/quote]13 points in the last 12 games... Goes that make you happy dazzastfc
  • Score: 1

6:29pm Tue 11 Mar 14

The Jockster says...

smirg kcab wrote:
The Jockster wrote:
smirg kcab wrote:
Oi Den! wrote:
Is that you Lovesey wrote:
Cooper out
Cooper in.
Cooper out
You put your Cooper in, your Cooper out, you do the Power coky and you shake him all about!
That's what it's all about
Heading towards relegation
Heading towards relegation
Heading towards relegation
With an empty county ground
Oh Pooper Scooper Cooper
Oh Pooper Scooper Cooper
Knees bend arms stretch
Aaaargh ra ra!!!!

Well done Grim l
[quote][p][bold]smirg kcab[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Jockster[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smirg kcab[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Oi Den![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Is that you Lovesey[/bold] wrote: Cooper out[/p][/quote]Cooper in.[/p][/quote]Cooper out[/p][/quote]You put your Cooper in, your Cooper out, you do the Power coky and you shake him all about![/p][/quote]That's what it's all about Heading towards relegation Heading towards relegation Heading towards relegation With an empty county ground[/p][/quote]Oh Pooper Scooper Cooper Oh Pooper Scooper Cooper Knees bend arms stretch Aaaargh ra ra!!!! Well done Grim l The Jockster
  • Score: 0

7:11pm Tue 11 Mar 14

Wilesy says...

dazzastfc wrote:
Wilesy wrote:
grove red wrote:
ctown_red wrote: Despite our recent form i'm quite happy with the season so far, we are doing much better than i and a lot of others thought we might. We now have nothing realisticly to play for, so lets see who actually wants to play for Swindon Town, the core of our squad is as good as any in this league, in Foderingham, Thompson brothers, Kasim, Luongo, Ranger and with the right acquisitions and extension of Troys contract, and the hopefull signing of Mason on a perm, Promotion would be a real possibility!.
Yes agree with you if we keep the players i just still think cooper is not the right guy to manage them. we need a strong manager who has other ideas and knows when to change players at the right time. who is that man only time will tell but its not mr cooper for me.
6:29 am and the Cooper out bandwagon gets rolling. So much negativity. Big game tonight, yet all we hear is doom and gloom. Results have been good all things considered. Current league position is good all things considered and top half of table all season. Goal of avoiding relegation 99% achieved. A penalty away from getting to Wembley. Full house games against Spurs and Chelsea. There have been plenty of seasons worse than this one....
13 points in the last 12 games... Goes that make you happy
Recent results obviously not so good, but looking at the bigger picture as I did above, set targets have been achieved under difficult circumstances, so overall I'm content yep.
[quote][p][bold]dazzastfc[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wilesy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]grove red[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ctown_red[/bold] wrote: Despite our recent form i'm quite happy with the season so far, we are doing much better than i and a lot of others thought we might. We now have nothing realisticly to play for, so lets see who actually wants to play for Swindon Town, the core of our squad is as good as any in this league, in Foderingham, Thompson brothers, Kasim, Luongo, Ranger and with the right acquisitions and extension of Troys contract, and the hopefull signing of Mason on a perm, Promotion would be a real possibility!.[/p][/quote]Yes agree with you if we keep the players i just still think cooper is not the right guy to manage them. we need a strong manager who has other ideas and knows when to change players at the right time. who is that man only time will tell but its not mr cooper for me.[/p][/quote]6:29 am and the Cooper out bandwagon gets rolling. So much negativity. Big game tonight, yet all we hear is doom and gloom. Results have been good all things considered. Current league position is good all things considered and top half of table all season. Goal of avoiding relegation 99% achieved. A penalty away from getting to Wembley. Full house games against Spurs and Chelsea. There have been plenty of seasons worse than this one....[/p][/quote]13 points in the last 12 games... Goes that make you happy[/p][/quote]Recent results obviously not so good, but looking at the bigger picture as I did above, set targets have been achieved under difficult circumstances, so overall I'm content yep. Wilesy
  • Score: 0

7:21pm Tue 11 Mar 14

Wilesy says...

Oi Den! wrote:
Wilesy wrote:
grove red wrote:
ctown_red wrote: Despite our recent form i'm quite happy with the season so far, we are doing much better than i and a lot of others thought we might. We now have nothing realisticly to play for, so lets see who actually wants to play for Swindon Town, the core of our squad is as good as any in this league, in Foderingham, Thompson brothers, Kasim, Luongo, Ranger and with the right acquisitions and extension of Troys contract, and the hopefull signing of Mason on a perm, Promotion would be a real possibility!.
Yes agree with you if we keep the players i just still think cooper is not the right guy to manage them. we need a strong manager who has other ideas and knows when to change players at the right time. who is that man only time will tell but its not mr cooper for me.
6:29 am and the Cooper out bandwagon gets rolling. So much negativity. Big game tonight, yet all we hear is doom and gloom. Results have been good all things considered. Current league position is good all things considered and top half of table all season. Goal of avoiding relegation 99% achieved. A penalty away from getting to Wembley. Full house games against Spurs and Chelsea. There have been plenty of seasons worse than this one....
Wilesy, I'm with you on much of that but I don't see that getting to the third round of the League Cup is anything to shout about. OK, so we played Chelsea but that was just the luck of the draw - and we went out of the competition without having a go at them. And have we really sunk so low that arranging a friendly against a Premier League team is a cause for joy? I couldn't care less who we play in friendlies or what the results are. They are just glorified training sessions. You didn't mention the disgraceful FA Cup exit. And hardly anyone gives a toss about the JPT. Attendance figures tell us that. Credit where it's due though. We have punched above our weight in the League, even if our weaknesses have now become apparent to even the most ardent optimists. The rest of the season will be tough but I think Cooper will keep us in this division. I'll count that as a real achievement.
Was viewing it how Power would view the season in terms of Coopers performance and I think he would be pleased, overall.

Positives and negatives of course, and we've been inconsistent, but in a results business overall he's done ok.

Yes Macclesfield was a dire result, but what about QPR away?

Again the big picture has to be considered....
[quote][p][bold]Oi Den![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Wilesy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]grove red[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ctown_red[/bold] wrote: Despite our recent form i'm quite happy with the season so far, we are doing much better than i and a lot of others thought we might. We now have nothing realisticly to play for, so lets see who actually wants to play for Swindon Town, the core of our squad is as good as any in this league, in Foderingham, Thompson brothers, Kasim, Luongo, Ranger and with the right acquisitions and extension of Troys contract, and the hopefull signing of Mason on a perm, Promotion would be a real possibility!.[/p][/quote]Yes agree with you if we keep the players i just still think cooper is not the right guy to manage them. we need a strong manager who has other ideas and knows when to change players at the right time. who is that man only time will tell but its not mr cooper for me.[/p][/quote]6:29 am and the Cooper out bandwagon gets rolling. So much negativity. Big game tonight, yet all we hear is doom and gloom. Results have been good all things considered. Current league position is good all things considered and top half of table all season. Goal of avoiding relegation 99% achieved. A penalty away from getting to Wembley. Full house games against Spurs and Chelsea. There have been plenty of seasons worse than this one....[/p][/quote]Wilesy, I'm with you on much of that but I don't see that getting to the third round of the League Cup is anything to shout about. OK, so we played Chelsea but that was just the luck of the draw - and we went out of the competition without having a go at them. And have we really sunk so low that arranging a friendly against a Premier League team is a cause for joy? I couldn't care less who we play in friendlies or what the results are. They are just glorified training sessions. You didn't mention the disgraceful FA Cup exit. And hardly anyone gives a toss about the JPT. Attendance figures tell us that. Credit where it's due though. We have punched above our weight in the League, even if our weaknesses have now become apparent to even the most ardent optimists. The rest of the season will be tough but I think Cooper will keep us in this division. I'll count that as a real achievement.[/p][/quote]Was viewing it how Power would view the season in terms of Coopers performance and I think he would be pleased, overall. Positives and negatives of course, and we've been inconsistent, but in a results business overall he's done ok. Yes Macclesfield was a dire result, but what about QPR away? Again the big picture has to be considered.... Wilesy
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