That's a rather large conclusion to jump to. You might just as well say that because no one has posted a counter topic that everyone wants him to stay, but I'm sure there are a few who don't, including the idiot who started the Hess rumour in the first place (don't know who it was but it was obviously groundless and therefore probably malicious).
Anyway, good luck Jay, really happy the club came to the only sensible decision.
Yes, good luck Jay from me and the silent majority
Got to be the only move possible, even if the worst happens and we don't go up we will have a manager who knows the division with a settled (and most prob improved) squad, rather than appointing a "name" manager (e.g. Andy Ford ) who will rip the squad apart and most likely will leave us in the division yet another season.