Potential managers to replace mcdermott

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Re: Potential managers to replace mcdermott

by moonwalklikebas » 28 Nov 2012 13:39

One word. One Name. One candidate - Bryn

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Re: Potential managers to replace mcdermott

by Reading4eva » 28 Nov 2012 13:41

I will apply considering my heroics with Tilehurst Terriers. I also know a few players who would like to join "just to get on Fifa 14"

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Re: Potential managers to replace mcdermott

by Ascotexgunner » 28 Nov 2012 13:42

Jackson Corner No mention of Paul Jewell or Phil Brown yet?




HAHA :D :D Phil Brown for comedy value and then if we stay up he can sing us a song at the end of the season.

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Re: Potential managers to replace mcdermott

by Reading4eva » 28 Nov 2012 13:43

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Games would be much more interesting


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Re: Potential managers to replace mcdermott

by Rusty royal » 28 Nov 2012 13:44

Craig levein

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Re: Potential managers to replace mcdermott

by jonnyroyal1871 » 28 Nov 2012 13:44

1) Keep MD until Jan then see where we are.

2) If we are being brave, Tisdale, Bashir, Dolan,

3) If we are being more conservative (or sensible) RDM, Solskjear (sp).

For crying out loud try Pog and Alf (I love JR but he has never set the pl alight) Guthrie, Pearce and Morrison together. Tabb and Legs are championship players. We have been found out. Our squad with virtually no exceptions is champ standard. Whatever team we put out is trying its nuts off, and nobody has murdered us yet. But as we spend longer and longer in and around the relegation zone it's sure to happen.

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Re: Potential managers to replace mcdermott

by Alexander Litvinenko » 28 Nov 2012 13:45

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3,1,2
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Re: Potential managers to replace mcdermott

by thirtyyarder » 28 Nov 2012 13:45

Jacques Santini


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Re: Potential managers to replace mcdermott

by M Brook » 28 Nov 2012 14:07

moonwalklikebas One word. One Name. One candidate - Bryn


Its the Welsh for 'hill' apparently. Quite apt really given the mountain we are gonna need to climb to get out of the poo we're in!

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Re: Potential managers to replace mcdermott

by 2 world wars, 1 world cup » 28 Nov 2012 14:07

I think there should be a rule.

Any manager who takes a team up (especially as unexpectedly as Brian managed it) should be allowed the honour of managing a whole season in the prem at least. That should be the reward at the very least. He earned it.

Even if we're 20points adrift at the bottom of the table, Brian needs to stay. That is if the board have any moral fibre. Which they do I believe.

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Re: Potential managers to replace mcdermott

by LoyalRoyalFan » 28 Nov 2012 14:07

Roy Keane.

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Re: Potential managers to replace mcdermott

by HoneyRoastHoax » 28 Nov 2012 14:14

Poyet


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Re: Potential managers to replace mcdermott

by royal_cornwall » 28 Nov 2012 14:19

Martin O'Neil (if Sunderland sack him)

Roberto Di Matteo

Toss up betwen these two

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Re: Potential managers to replace mcdermott

by Royalclapper » 28 Nov 2012 14:43

Laurent Blanc

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Re: Potential managers to replace mcdermott

by If you still hate Futcher » 28 Nov 2012 14:48

moonwalklikebas One word. One Name. One candidate - Bryn


I had the exact same thought (not saying I want BMcD replaced)

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Re: Potential managers to replace mcdermott

by NR_Royal » 28 Nov 2012 14:50

RDM, but he's probably too big for us.

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Re: Potential managers to replace mcdermott

by Nick Shorey my Lord! » 28 Nov 2012 14:59

sandman Terry Bullivant


...with Burns' bones as the assistant. DONE :!:

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Re: Potential managers to replace mcdermott

by The Prisoner » 28 Nov 2012 15:00

Cherie Lunghi

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Re: Potential managers to replace mcdermott

by Lacoste » 28 Nov 2012 15:05

Malky Mackay - Always has an Impact, plays good foorball
Poyet - Plays good football, a possibility
Hughes - Good with smaller clubs with less funds. Only has one bad job behind him
Dick - Record speaks for itself
Dolan - Served his time at the Academy, known for playing nice, progressive football with a passing 4231 formation
Chris Powell - Roberts would be happy
Curbs - Fantastic PL experience with similar sized clubs - 3 years is nothing to be out of the game with his experience.
A european - Plenty of those.


Whoever we get doesn't HAVE to have had PL experience in the past. A lot of the managers managing in the Prem now didn't before and are making a good name for themselves now. Just look at Clarke, Moyes, Laudrup, Rodgers, Pardew and Houghton. As long as the philosophy is right and they know what they're doing, they can do a great job IMO.

It's all about picking the right man, charecter and philosophy regardless of PL experience.
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