King’s Lynn fans back Cleeve over Simon Clark sacking
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Fans took to social media to back Linnets chairman Stephen Cleeve's decision to sack manager Simon Clark and his two assistants.
@YvonneGranger tweeted: 'He had lost the dressing room in pre season. Better he goes now than when we have an irretrievable situation. Never dull at the Walks.'
@jezevan2014 added: 'Good we need a decent manager with experience in the higher leagues.'
@CameronSJWebb said: 'Ah that's a shame. We really did mess kings Lynn up didn't we. Enjoy the season guys try not to get relegated after making play offs last year #Rebels'
@kathy_flanagan tweeted: 'Thank God for that.'
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@JamieSmith26996 said: 'Expected it really. Haven't seen Lynn in the league once this season so far. Let's hope they bounce back Tuesday.'
Steve Brian Parnell: 'Yes yes yes. There is a god.'
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Brad Tennant: 'Onwards and upwards, get behind the new manager who ever that maybe.'
Dave Richmond: 'Awful start to the season, but let us all hope the grass is greener and push up the table where the linnets belong.' Mark John Howard: 'Better sooner than later at least we got a chance to turn it around'
Christopher Pegg: 'Should have went after Kettering better late than never but well done Mr Cleeve great decision as they were clueless.'
Mark Dom Self: 'Good! He had to go, let's hope Mr Cleeve has a suitable replacement lined up.'