The poll for a new a manager

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Who should be next

Sam Allardyce
2
1%
Steve Bruce
6
4%
Carlos Carvahal
2
1%
Danny & Nicky Cowley
11
7%
Francesco Guidolin
0
No votes
Mark Hughes
1
1%
Slavisa Jokanovic
33
22%
Scott Marshall
11
7%
Mick McCarthy
1
1%
David Moyes
5
3%
Graeme Murty
7
5%
John O'Shea
2
1%
Alan Pardew
6
4%
Phil Parkinson
8
5%
Nigel Pearson
3
2%
Harry Redknapp
2
1%
Mark Warburton
15
10%
Other (say who)
8
5%
Ian Royal
24
16%
 
Total votes: 147
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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by genome » 06 Dec 2018 17:54

leon wrote:
genome wrote:
Hound wrote:Very surprised such support for Warburton tbh


He's your bread and butter type manager.


We need him to get us to rise in the league.


Relegation would be the yeast of our worries.

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by Uke » 06 Dec 2018 17:59

genome wrote:
leon wrote:
genome wrote:
He's your bread and butter type manager.


We need him to get us to rise in the league.


Relegation would be the yeast of our worries.


He'll separate the wheat from the chaff

But can be kneady

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by leon » 06 Dec 2018 18:01

Uke wrote:
genome wrote:
leon wrote:
We need him to get us to rise in the league.


Relegation would be the yeast of our worries.


He'll separate the wheat from the chaff

But can be kneady


I think he’ll ask for a lot of dough

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by genome » 06 Dec 2018 18:04

leon wrote:
Uke wrote:
genome wrote:
Relegation would be the yeast of our worries.


He'll separate the wheat from the chaff

But can be kneady


I think he’ll ask for a lot of dough


Let's hope he's crustworthy in the transfer market

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by Uke » 06 Dec 2018 18:05

leon wrote:
Uke wrote:
genome wrote:
Relegation would be the yeast of our worries.


He'll separate the wheat from the chaff

But can be kneady


I think he’ll ask for a lot of dough


His management style will eventually get stale


and then he'll be toast


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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by Hendo » 06 Dec 2018 18:06

BREAD

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by genome » 06 Dec 2018 18:06

Uke wrote:
leon wrote:
Uke wrote:
He'll separate the wheat from the chaff

But can be kneady


I think he’ll ask for a lot of dough


His management style will eventually get stale


and then he'll be toast


Sacked as manager of Breading.

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by Woodcote Royal » 06 Dec 2018 18:08

Old Man Andrews wrote:As always on matters of huge importance the answer has to be Ian Royal.


Anyone who sees a connection between the size of a whales penis and the length of our current injury list may just have what we're looking for.
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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by Jaytee » 06 Dec 2018 18:18

genome wrote:
Uke wrote:
leon wrote:
I think he’ll ask for a lot of dough


His management style will eventually get stale


and then he'll be toast


Sacked as manager of Breading.


Will KNEAD to PROVE himself and RISE to the challenge


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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by BR0B0T » 06 Dec 2018 18:21

The Brentford set up is the thing that has gotten the results...the 'manager' is much more a coach. Warbutton hasn't done much at Forest and we'll see how Dean Smith fares.

They ditched the academy in order to concentrate on recruiting young players released by academies in the Premier League and talent from “undervalued markets” overseas.

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by Cape Town Royal » 06 Dec 2018 18:23

Libertine wrote:Other than the obvious Ian Royal choice the only option that intrigues me is the Cowley brothers. Been impressed with what they've built at Lincoln City. If the club is serious about "rebuilding" why not go with the people who have actually built something?


When I saw them play Exeter, it was very route 1 and physical, with an absolute lump up front, but that was last season...

Maybe that's the level of player they are working with and they found a solution that way and would change with better players but if it was the same here am not sure it would work or entertain in the Championship...

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by Hendo » 06 Dec 2018 18:27

Cape Town Royal wrote:
Libertine wrote:Other than the obvious Ian Royal choice the only option that intrigues me is the Cowley brothers. Been impressed with what they've built at Lincoln City. If the club is serious about "rebuilding" why not go with the people who have actually built something?


When I saw them play Exeter, it was very route 1 and physical, with an absolute lump up front, but that was last season...

Maybe that's the level of player they are working with and they found a solution that way and would change with better players but if it was the same here am not sure it would work or entertain in the Championship...


Tbf when you have the goal machine which is Matt Rhead in your team, it dictates how you play :wink:

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by Cape Town Royal » 06 Dec 2018 18:27

Jaytee wrote:
genome wrote:
Uke wrote:
His management style will eventually get stale


and then he'll be toast


Sacked as manager of Breading.


Will KNEAD to PROVE himself and RISE to the challenge


If he came I think we would slice through this league...


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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by Ascotexgunner » 06 Dec 2018 18:29

Gareth Ainsworth as I voted other.....Probably more realistic than Nigel Clough.

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by muirinho » 06 Dec 2018 18:30

BR0B0T wrote:The Brentford set up is the thing that has gotten the results...the 'manager' is much more a coach. Warbutton hasn't done much at Forest and we'll see how Dean Smith fares.

They ditched the academy in order to concentrate on recruiting young players released by academies in the Premier League and talent from “undervalued markets” overseas.


That was after Warburton left - he didn't like the "moneyball" approach to finding players that the owner wanted to do - and since he's gone they've applied that to under age players as well as the first team. It was while he was there that they built up the academy.

To me it looks like the Brentford "setup" that was successful with Warburton is more like what we've got - as opposed to what they have now.

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by sandman » 06 Dec 2018 18:33

No one inspiring on the list and don't have a suggestion for "other"... So Ian Royal it is.

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by leon » 06 Dec 2018 18:34

Cape Town Royal wrote:
Jaytee wrote:
genome wrote:
Sacked as manager of Breading.


Will KNEAD to PROVE himself and RISE to the challenge


If he came I think we would slice through this league...


We'd be on a roll

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by Ascotexgunner » 06 Dec 2018 18:37

leon wrote:
Cape Town Royal wrote:
Jaytee wrote:
Will KNEAD to PROVE himself and RISE to the challenge


If he came I think we would slice through this league...


We'd be on a roll


Hardly most of our players seem to loaf about on the pitch.

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by leon » 06 Dec 2018 18:39

Ascotexgunner wrote:
leon wrote:
Cape Town Royal wrote:
If he came I think we would slice through this league...


We'd be on a roll


Hardly most of our players seem to loaf about on the pitch.


I think its down to diet. They need a wholemeal before playing

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by Brain Traysers » 06 Dec 2018 18:41

IN for giving Marshall a real chance, and if that doesn't work out then Parky for me.

Knows a Championship relegation battle (Bolton overachieved by staying up last season), has had experience stabalising teams before taking them up the league to the play-offs (Charlton and Bradford), or automatic (Colchester). At Bolton his hands have been tied due to the state of their finances, and things are seemingly in a very bad place now - players and staff, including Parky, have reportedly not been paid their bonuses for last season.

The attendance show just how much apathy there is around the club currently, he might not be the very best manager, but would certainly connect with the fanbase and bring some life back to the place.

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