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smobile 30-04-2013 13:48

New Manager
 
Might as well kick this one off……..

Who do we want as the next manager of our wonderful club ?

I am going to stick my neck out and say John Coleman and Jimmy Bell. They gave us 13 years of brilliant service and loyalty before finally being tempted to try their hand at a HIGHER level. Unlike the snake who slithered off to another club in the same division as us and Leam who appears to have gone to be Phil Neal to the snakes Graham Taylor.

cashman 30-04-2013 14:00

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No way Hose fer me,:eek: Never go back, Body language speaks volumes to me, n before they left, that said it all. They did a great job whilst here, but fer me had come to the end. Much prefer a new up n coming guy with stuff to prove.:)

SamF 30-04-2013 14:05

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Coley for me - tried and tested will keep us in the league

StanleyBill 30-04-2013 14:05

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No way do we want them back. Paul Stephenson for me!

cashman 30-04-2013 14:11

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Leam kept us in the league, on obviously much less wages than coley n jimmy, how would yeh suggest that would be funded Sam?:confused:

SamF 30-04-2013 14:14

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Same way we'll have to fund any other bloke?

Doug 30-04-2013 14:14

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For me the big question is why? Why have we lost 3 Managers in such a short time, not one of them where sacked or pushed; ok maybe some where pushed, no one is saying so we won't get to know.

John and Jimmy for me; yes Coleys body language was significant prior to his departure; but again why? The Board; Money; Single personality clash, what!

Wages not paid. CCJ's. Managers diving overboard after pulling off one of the best survival efforts in ages. Something is very wrong somewhere.

smobile 30-04-2013 14:20

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I can understand where you are coming from Cashy with a young, hungry manager and I agree that it would be ideal.

Only problem is that we keep getting our fingers burned, when they get 12 months under their belt and think they're the new Sir Alex and sod off somewhere else.

We need a bit of stability and i don't reckon the dynamic duo would be as hasty to move on again, should the chance come.

It's hard enough having to start rebuilding the squad from scratch every summer, without having to do it with the manager too.

I have a feeling that Mr Beattie may be asked to step up, but who knows.....

The only loyalty in football these days is us fans.

cashman 30-04-2013 14:24

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Aye but would they work fer far less money?:confused: Doubt it meself,:confused: Were as a young hungry type we could afford. thats my logic.

pifco 30-04-2013 14:27

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I'm not one for bringing back past managers because in most instances it never seems to work, but, after saying that I doubt if we can have a hugh list of people to pick from on our budget. I just hope that whoever we get can keep most of the players, we don't want to start next season with another new squad.
I am also upset by the fact that we seem to becoming a copy of Blackburn Rovers with such a turnover in managers.

smobile 30-04-2013 14:33

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Originally Posted by pifco (Post 1056475)
I'm not one for bringing back past managers because in most instances it never seems to work, but, after saying that I doubt if we can have a hugh list of people to pick from on our budget. I just hope that whoever we get can keep most of the players, we don't want to start next season with another new squad.
I am also upset by the fact that we seem to becoming a copy of Blackburn Rovers with such a turnover in managers.

Except we keep getting the compo, whereas them clowns keep paying it out. :D

SamF 30-04-2013 14:37

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Quote:

Originally Posted by cashman (Post 1056473)
Aye but would they work fer far less money?:confused: Doubt it meself,:confused: Were as a young hungry type we could afford. thats my logic.

I can understand that logic as far as players are concerned as in young therefore equals cheap however a young and hungry manager is early to mid 30's likely to have a wife and young kids to support.

For me our potential candidates are those who are inexperienced but have money from previous jobs i.e. ex-pro's or those of an age where the mortgage is paid off and the kids have left home.

Tin Monkey 30-04-2013 14:43

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I suggested on the previous 2 occasions that we needed to go for someone young, hungry and looking to step up from cutting their teeth in the lower leagues. Garry Flitcroft and Matt Jenson would get my vote again.

yerself 30-04-2013 14:44

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Originally Posted by pifco
we can have a hugh list

Ok, I'll go for Hugh Laurie.:D:rolleyes:

cashman 30-04-2013 14:46

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True Sam, but Leam took it fer a starting point n to be honest ive been well pleased wi job hes done, n i heard hes got a family, A club wi our meagre resources will probably always have to go fer that type of thing, same wi players, mainly frees n loans etc. Anyone doing ok here will always move on to better, its a fact n summat we should get used too.:) Good Vid from Rob on fishy.


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