We take a look online to find out what fans have been saying about the appointment of Richard Money on our Facebook and Twitter page.
Supporters have been sharing their views since Pools announced Money as the new man in charge first thing on Tuesday morning.
He certainly impressed the media when he was formally unveiled on Tuesday afternoon but what has the reaction been from the terraces?
Let’s find out by delving in to the responses to the news on the Club’s Official Facebook and Twitter feeds…
Good luck, let’s get behind him.
An excellent appointment. He has loads of experience working in the lower leagues. He knows exactly what is needed. Well done Pools. Up the DOCKERS! A great Christmas present for all Pools fans.
Congratulations and good luck Richard, welcome to the club.
Hopefully get backed in January now. Great appointment though, seems like he won’t take any rubbish off anyone as well.
At last, someone with a bit of experience behind him. Onwards and upwards. UTP.
Let’s give him a chance. Sounds a good choice. Get behind him.
Excellent news, a manager with experience. This could be what we looking for hopefully. NSD.
Dicky Dosh’s Blue n White Army!!!
Great Manager and let go by Cambridge a bit early.
Let’s back this man and storm the league. NSD.
Welcome aboard Richard. I think this appointment will prove to be money well spent.
Well done to Raj and everyone involved; that’s an excellent appointment for the club.
Happy with that. Knows the level. Good work guys.
Welcome to Hartlepool Richard Money, hope it works out for you. We need someone with experience of the National League and hopefully you’re the man that can get us back on track for the play-offs.
Time to build on that win from Saturday, get behind Richard and the lads. Time to be United. #hufc #neversaydie
Happy with this appointment. Welcome to Pools and good luck!
Good appointment. Let’s move forward!
Class appointment that.
What an appointment this is. What the fans have been asking for – an experienced manager with success in this league already.
Fans of other clubs can correct me if I’m wrong… but has he ever left a club in a worse state than what he found it? He worked wonders at Walsall. You’ll win more than you’ll lose with him in charge.
A good appointment for the club. Knows this level and how to get out of it! And with all the recent Money issues we’ve had, it’s nice to know we have a bit more now.