The "who do you want next as manager "poll

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who do you want as the new manager?

Dennis Bergkamp
13
8%
Brynjar Gunnarson
26
16%
Neil Warnock
10
6%
Jaap Stam
17
11%
Ryan Giggs
11
7%
Harry Redknapp
0
No votes
Phil Parkinson
14
9%
Steve Coppell
11
7%
Stuart Pearce
2
1%
Louis Van Gaal
4
3%
Manuel Pellegrini
2
1%
Tim Sherwood
5
3%
Nigel Pearson
4
3%
David Moyes
8
5%
Other
31
20%
 
Total votes: 158
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Re: The "who do you want next as manager "poll

by Royal Ginger » 05 Jun 2016 11:25

Smithy Would love it if we got giggs

Why, what exactly would you love about it? What's he done to warrant it?

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Re: The "who do you want next as manager "poll

by CountryRoyal » 05 Jun 2016 12:14

Royal Ginger
Smithy Would love it if we got giggs

Why, what exactly would you love about it? What's he done to warrant it?


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Re: The "who do you want next as manager "poll

by Royal Rother » 05 Jun 2016 12:25

Royal Ginger
Smithy Would love it if we got giggs

Why, what exactly would you love about it? What's he done to warrant it?


He's quiet, serious, learned everything he knows from a master of the game (and of management), played and presumably supports good attacking football.... no matter how LVG did at Man Utd he will also have learned a lot from him as well.

He might fail in management but there's also a decent chance he'll do very well. Only guessing but I'm not sure the lack of a war-chest would trouble him - he would probably enjoy working with and inspiring youngsters with potential.

Plus great contacts of course.

Rather him than any other (realistic) names linked.

(Bergkamp in same bracket but we don't know he's looking for a job.)

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Re: The "who do you want next as manager "poll

by Y25Beryl » 05 Jun 2016 13:50

Bjorn Borg so he could sign my Diadora trainers.

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Re: The "who do you want next as manager "poll

by Eaststandman » 05 Jun 2016 17:14

Has to be Ian Holloway, after what I heard today, because he is genuinely funny!

He was shopping in Lyme Regis today and having bought a comic chicken for a child (grandson I think) he popped into another shop and after looking around and buying nothing asked if he could buy a bag to put the chicken in, because his wife said:-

"he couldn't walk around town with his cock out"

and this was also after being mistaken for Tony Pulis!

Quality!!! :lol:


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Re: The "who do you want next as manager "poll

by tonyrfc » 05 Jun 2016 18:01

Eaststandman Has to be Ian Holloway, after what I heard today, because he is genuinely funny!

He was shopping in Lyme Regis today and having bought a comic chicken for a child (grandson I think) he popped into another shop and after looking around and buying nothing asked if he could buy a bag to put the chicken in, because his wife said:-

"he couldn't walk around town with his cock out"

and this was also after being mistaken for Tony Pulis!

Quality!!! :lol:


I spoke to him last night in Lyme. Mind you it was a bit more of a slur. Not sure he understood what I was saying. Wouldn't mind him though.

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Re: The "who do you want next as manager "poll

by Y25Beryl » 05 Jun 2016 19:18

Eaststandman Has to be Ian Holloway, after what I heard today, because he is genuinely funny!

He was shopping in Lyme Regis today and having bought a comic chicken for a child (grandson I think) he popped into another shop and after looking around and buying nothing asked if he could buy a bag to put the chicken in, because his wife said:-

"he couldn't walk around town with his cock out"

and this was also after being mistaken for Tony Pulis!

Quality!!! :lol:


In that case I'd have John Cleese with Andrew Sachs as number 2

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Re: The "who do you want next as manager "poll

by gmikael99 » 05 Jun 2016 19:51

I just hope its not van Gaal. After united, its not worth it.

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Re: The "who do you want next as manager "poll

by MmmMonsterMunch » 05 Jun 2016 21:05

8 pages in & not one mention of Steve Bruce. He's first on my list. Fantastic managerial record & massively underrated IMO.


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Re: The "who do you want next as manager "poll

by Eaststandman » 05 Jun 2016 21:29

Y25Beryl
Eaststandman Has to be Ian Holloway, after what I heard today, because he is genuinely funny!

He was shopping in Lyme Regis today and having bought a comic chicken for a child (grandson I think) he popped into another shop and after looking around and buying nothing asked if he could buy a bag to put the chicken in, because his wife said:-

"he couldn't walk around town with his cock out"

and this was also after being mistaken for Tony Pulis!

Quality!!! :lol:


In that case I'd have John Cleese with Andrew Sachs as number 2


and why not? as good a choice as any for our currently comedic club!

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Re: The "who do you want next as manager "poll

by Eaststandman » 05 Jun 2016 21:43

gmikael99 I just hope its not van Gaal. After united, its not worth it.


NSIS................... :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Re: The "who do you want next as manager "poll

by Old Biscuitman » 05 Jun 2016 22:09

Y25Beryl
Eaststandman Has to be Ian Holloway, after what I heard today, because he is genuinely funny!

He was shopping in Lyme Regis today and having bought a comic chicken for a child (grandson I think) he popped into another shop and after looking around and buying nothing asked if he could buy a bag to put the chicken in, because his wife said:-

"he couldn't walk around town with his cock out"

and this was also after being mistaken for Tony Pulis!

Quality!!! :lol:


In that case I'd have John Cleese with Andrew Sachs as number 2


Holloway = Bristol joke. No thanks.

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Re: The "who do you want next as manager "poll

by tonyrfc » 06 Jun 2016 06:57

Might well be Zola. His odds have tumbled since yesterday


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Re: The "who do you want next as manager "poll

by Sutekh » 06 Jun 2016 11:31

Zola's Championship record (Warford) as manager is 44% win ratio (33 wins from 75 games) in approx 18 months.

Last season was manager of a mid table season at Al-Arabi Sports Club in Saudi Arabia, unclear whether he's left that post or not though.

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Re: The "who do you want next as manager "poll

by NewCorkSeth » 06 Jun 2016 12:41

MmmMonsterMunch 8 pages in & not one mention of Steve Bruce. He's first on my list. Fantastic managerial record & massively underrated IMO.

I mentioned him in another thread as the ideal target if Hull get rid.

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