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Old 30-04-2013, 19:43   #46
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Old 30-04-2013, 20:04   #47
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I would guess that Beattie will be given a chance if he fancies it
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Old 30-04-2013, 20:38   #48
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If Edgar Davids can get the Barnet Job I'm going For Maradonna as our next gaffer...
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Old 30-04-2013, 20:41   #49
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Coleman and Bell in as soon as they can get here from Kirkby.

For me it's a no-brainer. They are available, have been involved with the squad (directly or indirectly) over the past few months and know our club better than anyone.

The other options as far as I'm concerned are as follows: Either get in an unproven young coach with little-to-no experience with good contacts or get a basement league journeyman who has been doing the rounds for years not achieving anything. The young coach would use us as a spring and leave after 12-18 months, the older head would find the infrastructure unworkable and probably see us relegated. This is where is backward steps lie in my opinion.

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Old 30-04-2013, 20:42   #50
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I don't know your definition of a real fan, but the reasons for my opinions on Coley and Jimmy, and very indirectly on Sean Mac, are roughly in line with those of countless Dale fans, and also their "new" manager incidentally. Smudgie is dead right to say this issue will split the Stanley fans right down the middle.
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Old 30-04-2013, 20:44   #51
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Coleman and Bell in as soon as they can get here from Kirkby.

For me it's a no-brainer. They are available, have been involved with the squad (directly or indirectly) over the past few months and know our club better than anyone.

The other options as far as I'm concerned are as follows: Either get in an unproven young coach with little-to-no experience with good contacts or get a basement league journeyman who has been doing the rounds for years not achieving anything. The young coach would use us as a spring and leave after 12-18 months, the older head would find the infrastructure unworkable and probably see us relegated. This is where is backward steps lie in my opinion.

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Old 30-04-2013, 20:45   #52
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JC & JB have tipped their hats into the ring, perhaps the chicken farmers will be the next?

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Old 30-04-2013, 21:08   #53
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John and Jimmy leaving us was the end of a very long and succesful chapter in the "book of Accrington Stanley". Cooky and Leam have barely recorded a few lines between chapters. I am looking forward to another long read of the next chapter, whoever the manager will be. When reading a book I sometimes look back at previous chapters to remind me of the story line but then of course you have to pick up the story where you left off and continue reading.
When one door closes another door opens and it is time to look forward once again. Looking forward to reading the next chapter!!!
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Old 30-04-2013, 21:09   #54
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If I were Coley I wouldn't come back. He could win the Champions League by beating Barcelona 5-1 and the comments on here would read "having watched the updates on the red button as I was too busy painting the bathroom to go...I can't believe he let Messi get that consolation. COLEMAN OUT".

I also love how Coley delivered unparalleled success and is accused of "walking out". Whereas Leam took two years of wages as a crock....the club stuck by him during a horrendous run and yet it's a case of "bad move but I wish him well". If the face fits eh?

I'm quite willing to take a step backwards if that step involves the play-off campaign of 2011. Quite simply John and Jimmy set a standard that we have come nowhere near since he departed.

At least suggest a viable alternative.......
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Like i said every forums got its dumbos, Please highlight were people accused Coley of walking out, cos i can't remember any. Thats never been n issue as far as i'm aware, still if it suits yer bias Alvin.
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Old 30-04-2013, 21:18   #56
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If I were Coley I wouldn't come back. He could win the Champions League by beating Barcelona 5-1 and the comments on here would read "having watched the updates on the red button as I was too busy painting the bathroom to go...I can't believe he let Messi get that consolation. COLEMAN OUT".

I also love how Coley delivered unparalleled success and is accused of "walking out". Whereas Leam took two years of wages as a crock....the club stuck by him during a horrendous run and yet it's a case of "bad move but I wish him well". If the face fits eh?

I'm quite willing to take a step backwards if that step involves the play-off campaign of 2011. Quite simply John and Jimmy set a standard that we have come nowhere near since he departed.

At least suggest a viable alternative.......
Alvin, I couldnt agree more.

Some of the regular posters on here are the biggest hypocrites I know.

The ignorance is this case is not bliss, its disgusting.

Some people should be ashamed of themselves.

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Old 30-04-2013, 21:21   #57
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Coleman and Bell in as soon as they can get here from Kirkby.

For me it's a no-brainer. They are available, have been involved with the squad (directly or indirectly) over the past few months and know our club better than anyone.

The other options as far as I'm concerned are as follows: Either get in an unproven young coach with little-to-no experience with good contacts or get a basement league journeyman who has been doing the rounds for years not achieving anything. The young coach would use us as a spring and leave after 12-18 months, the older head would find the infrastructure unworkable and probably see us relegated. This is where is backward steps lie in my opinion.

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100% with you on this Shakey.

there are a plethora of lower league managers who make a career out of getting sacked. That wouldn't happen with us, they'd stay in the job until we were relegated out of sight.

There are celebrity managers but these come with an entourage of cameo pals who all want paying. They invariably want things that we couldn't provide - such as paying

Young and hungry, hmm, where to start on dissing this one. Yes it can work but I'mo not sure I'd be willing to trust the future of the club to someone inexperienced. The Flitcroft/Jansen partnership is interesting though as that would throw up possibilities in aiding the rats deserting HMS Ewood - and that could help to sustain our future.

Coley and Bell. They had their faults undoubtedly but a majority of the gripe is that they deserted us for Rochdale. Sorry but they gave us 13 years and almost as many trophies, you can't seriously begrudge them a change of scenery? There are feck all guarantee's in hiring a manager (or indeed with providing a Fleetwoodesque playing budget and finishing bottom half six points above us) but at least we know what we'd get with these two;

We'd get two affable scousers who clearly have an affinity with the club and who fight tooth and nail for us. I'm adamant with the rest of you that the club has moved on behind the scenes since they left - but is that not because they had to, and that it would have happened anyway?

If Eric Whalley was still at the club I would suggest that this entire episode had been cooked up at the Christmas Party 2011.

"tell 'ee what fellas, we need some more brass, they're aint enough washers fer t'pay t'stewards"
"go hed lad, where wheeze gonna get some like"
"well, thee two can sod off and we'll get compo from them daft Manc Buggars, then we'll bring that Chef back from Dublin and get compo when he goes. Tha can puddit in t'contract that 'ee 'as to tek Leam wi'im an'all - then we get more compo. Give it a year or so get yersens booted and thi can come back"
"bloody hell la, I bet I can get Westley to give us anundred grand for Proccy as well, then he can come back as our present to the fans"
(Jimmy chips in) "I bet I can get R Sean to come b..."
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Please expand what?

Not that it matters anyway

As far as many are concerned coley&bell FC is the way to go...!

Lets bring back Gilbraith while we are at it
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Old 30-04-2013, 21:27   #59
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Thats rubbish macca saying club moved on but would have happened anyway, We would have gone to the wall simple as, if Mr Khan had not stepped in. Yer memorys getting worse than mine n i'm n owd fart.
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If Eric Whalley was still at the club I would suggest that this entire episode had been cooked up at the Christmas Party 2011.

"tell 'ee what fellas, we need some more brass, they're aint enough washers fer t'pay t'stewards"
"go hed lad, where wheeze gonna get some like"
"well, thee two can sod off and we'll get compo from them daft Manc Buggars, then we'll bring that Chef back from Dublin and get compo when he goes. Tha can puddit in t'contract that 'ee 'as to tek Leam wi'im an'all - then we get more compo. Give it a year or so get yersens booted and thi can come back"
"bloody hell la, I bet I can get Westley to give us anundred grand for Proccy as well, then he can come back as our present to the fans"
(Jimmy chips in) "I bet I can get R Sean to come b..."
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