Re-poll: Next Manager

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Next Manager

Tony Pulis
43
25%
Phil Parkinson
19
11%
Roy Keane
1
1%
Eamon Dolan
45
26%
Paolo Di Canio
2
1%
Karl Robinson
9
5%
Lee Clark
1
1%
Chris Hughton
6
3%
Nigel Worthington
0
No votes
Uwe Rosler
2
1%
Dougie Freedman
0
No votes
Micky Adams
0
No votes
Ole Gunnar Solskjar
1
1%
Brynjar Gunnarsson
9
5%
Steve Clarke
34
20%
 
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Re-poll: Next Manager

by Sutekh » 15 Dec 2014 18:38

Next manager boys and girls, who is your preference
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Re: Re-poll

by genome » 15 Dec 2014 18:40

If we can afford him and he wants to come here, Pulis all day long.

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Re: Re-poll

by Ian Royal » 15 Dec 2014 18:43

Not keen on Pulis, but his ability is unquestionable. I think we might be too big a step down although a short-term project to keep him busy with an option to talk to PL clubs might suit just to steady our ship.

Hughton, Clarke maybe.

Dolan would be my favourite.

Definitely not Parky, Brynjar or those pcunts Keane / Di Canio.

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Re: Re-poll: Next Manager

by royalp-we » 15 Dec 2014 18:44

Dolan.

Failing that Parky, Pulis or Steve Clarke. Perhaps Zola :oops:

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Re: Re-poll: Next Manager

by nailseabiscuitman » 15 Dec 2014 18:47

Tim Sherwood


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Re: Re-poll: Next Manager

by blueroyals » 15 Dec 2014 18:47

:lol: @ people seriously suggesting Tony Pulis. I'll return my ST if we appoint him. You thought watching us play this season has been boring? I'd rather watch paint dry than his Stoke side. I'm sure playing hoof-ball with a sociopathic baseball cap-donning northerner for a manager is an exciting prospect for any youngster selecting his youth team.

You all want us to become the next Stoke?

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Re: Re-poll: Next Manager

by bobby1413 » 15 Dec 2014 18:49

nailseabiscuitman Tim Sherwood


I'd rather cut off my own genitals and make a spicy curry from them than see him in charge of Reading.

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Re: Re-poll: Next Manager

by SPARTA » 15 Dec 2014 18:51

Chris Hughton - Too costly

It'll be Dolan.

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Re: Re-poll: Next Manager

by genome » 15 Dec 2014 18:51

blueroyals :lol: @ people seriously suggesting Tony Pulis. I'll return my ST if we appoint him. You thought watching us play this season has been boring? I'd rather watch paint dry than his Stoke side. I'm sure playing hoof-ball with a sociopathic baseball cap-donning northerner for a manager is an exciting prospect for any youngster selecting his youth team.

You all want us to become the next Stoke?


If it sorts our defense out then I couldn't give a fcuk. His record speaks for itself.


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Re: Re-poll: Next Manager

by Royal Lady » 15 Dec 2014 18:54

Sir Steve for me

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Re: Re-poll: Next Manager

by Ian Royal » 15 Dec 2014 18:56

Royal Lady Sir Steve for me

Even though he's retired and said he doesn't have the desire anymore? There's no need to always live in the past.

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Re: Re-poll: Next Manager

by blueroyals » 15 Dec 2014 18:58

genome
blueroyals :lol: @ people seriously suggesting Tony Pulis. I'll return my ST if we appoint him. You thought watching us play this season has been boring? I'd rather watch paint dry than his Stoke side. I'm sure playing hoof-ball with a sociopathic baseball cap-donning northerner for a manager is an exciting prospect for any youngster selecting his youth team.

You all want us to become the next Stoke?


If it sorts our defense out then I couldn't give a fcuk. His record speaks for itself.


His record of turning Stoke into a laughing stock?
His transfer record of signing Dave Kitson for £5.5m?

:lol: :lol:

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Re: Re-poll: Next Manager

by Wycombe Royal » 15 Dec 2014 18:59

Early favourite is Steve Clarke at 3's, followed by Pulis at 4's and Tim Sherwood at 5's.

Courtesy of Skybet.


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Re: Re-poll: Next Manager

by notloyalenuffroyal » 15 Dec 2014 19:00

It depends whether we want success or beautiful football.

Essentially Coppell, McDermott, Pardew and even McGhee played a certain brand of 'Get at 'em quick' football. Look how Newcastle play. Dull for a while - cross your fingers - ride your luck then get at them fast!!!

Rodgers, Adkins and even Tommy Burns went for 'their style' and 'their players'.

It just doesn't work with us. We are not a particularly sophisticated fan base (speak for myself, i know) and we just like to watch a team having a good go, preferably at a decent tempo.

This is why Guthrie struggles. This is why Karacan is a huge loss at the moment and why people were sad to see Jay Tabb go (was this an Adkins decision or hadn't he started then? They were pretty close together).

I therefore declare Pulis' up and at-em style is probably our way forward. Sorry for you pretty football types. No good at the Mad Stad.

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Re: Re-poll: Next Manager

by bobby1413 » 15 Dec 2014 19:02

Watford is going to be interesting now...

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Re: Re-poll: Next Manager

by Ian Royal » 15 Dec 2014 19:03

I wouldn't describe McDermott's style as the same as Coppell, Pardew or McGhee's. I'd say Adkins was closer to them than McDermott. The misleading difference being McDermott was successful and Adkins hasn't been.

Burns and Rodgers is a good comparison.

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Re: Re-poll: Next Manager

by genome » 15 Dec 2014 19:04

blueroyals
genome
blueroyals :lol: @ people seriously suggesting Tony Pulis. I'll return my ST if we appoint him. You thought watching us play this season has been boring? I'd rather watch paint dry than his Stoke side. I'm sure playing hoof-ball with a sociopathic baseball cap-donning northerner for a manager is an exciting prospect for any youngster selecting his youth team.

You all want us to become the next Stoke?


If it sorts our defense out then I couldn't give a fcuk. His record speaks for itself.


His record of turning Stoke into a laughing stock?
His transfer record of signing Dave Kitson for £5.5m?

:lol: :lol:


His record of getting Stoke up and keeping them in the Premiership for 5 seasons... and an FA cup final
His record of joining Palace in dire straits and guiding them to 11th?

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Re: Re-poll: Next Manager

by WoodleyRoyal » 15 Dec 2014 19:06

hoddle please

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Re: Re-poll: Next Manager

by Only one Trevor Morley » 15 Dec 2014 19:13

John still.

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Re: Re-poll: Next Manager

by sandman » 15 Dec 2014 19:13

notloyalenuffroyal It depends whether we want success or beautiful football.

Essentially Coppell, McDermott, Pardew and even McGhee played a certain brand of 'Get at 'em quick' football. Look how Newcastle play. Dull for a while - cross your fingers - ride your luck then get at them fast!!!

Rodgers, Adkins and even Tommy Burns went for 'their style' and 'their players'.

It just doesn't work with us. We are not a particularly sophisticated fan base (speak for myself, i know) and we just like to watch a team having a good go, preferably at a decent tempo.

This is why Guthrie struggles. This is why Karacan is a huge loss at the moment and why people were sad to see Jay Tabb go (was this an Adkins decision or hadn't he started then? They were pretty close together).

I therefore declare Pulis' up and at-em style is probably our way forward. Sorry for you pretty football types. No good at the Mad Stad.


Guthrie struggles because he's a reserve. He's never been a regular at any of his clubs save for 1 season in the Championship with Newcastle. For some reason the fans at this club have got it into their heads that he's a brilliant football genius, same as they appeared to believed that Nigel Adkins was the second coming of Rinus Michels.

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