Screams out the 'cheap' option compared to going for likely of Jokan or Pearson
Just hope he can keep us up!
Silver Fox wrote:loyalroyal4life wrote:Pearson would be my choice
Alison? You can’t possibly mean Nigel
DOYLERSAROYALER wrote:Reading that Maddison is now supposedly a 2 horse race between Leeds and WBA...will be a good buy for whichever of these two get him...
Hound wrote:Yep agreed with both of the above. A creative attacking midfielder is I suppose dependent on whether PC has seen enough of Swift to think he is up to the job. Jury obvs out at the moment
CB to replace Moore and I’ll be happy enough
Hound wrote:The job Stam did in his first season really was incredible
Still can’t get my head round how it all went so wrong from there
WoodleyRoyal wrote:gunter taken off straight after their goal...
3points wrote:Honourable exit for him. I think it’ll be a win-win.
Agree with Wazzock, just didn’t see anything in those 8 games where I thought he was a big improvement on Stam, Clarke, Adkins.
In for Nigel Clough though
windermereROYAL wrote:Nobody is turning on Clement yet after 2 games. basically he came in blindfolded, had to take advice from the coaching staff that didn`t leave with Stam. but Stevie Wonder could tell him Blackett isn't a footballer.
retro royal wrote:I'd take Nigel Pearson, these players need a big kick up the backside, need a manager that know's the coaching setup he wants.
The Belgium Proximus (or whatever it's called) has already finished, Leuven finished second but lost out in playoffs.