My hope is for two things to happen:
Seibold says his piece and moves on with his life. The media leave him alone.
He isn’t used as the only scapegoat for the issues going on at the club that desperately needs a full shakedown. As a number of others have said, the issues start right at the top...
They are men playing for a career. Bit of a cop out to say you didn’t put in 100% because of your boss, but my main concern is it’s used as yet another excuse. How much do you want to bet a change of coach = similar result?
There’s a lot of issues but I don’t agree with the coach being number 1. Individual performances and attitude are lacking significantly. I’d hate to see the coach go as the scapegoat with nothing really changing with those actually on the field delivering the result - the players.
Hook didn't shy away from a few tough questions, but the responses were all fairly standard / PC which was to be expected I guess. General theme of his answers were:
Don't write season off yet
Acknowledge need to recruit externally, with things underway that can't publicly be disclosed...