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 Old Man Andrews » 07 Dec 2018 00:23

Ian holding his cards close to his chest, doesn't want to commit to anything. I think if 5 or more of us request odds on Ian being the next manager they have to add him to the betting list.

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by Uke » 07 Dec 2018 01:02

Zip wrote:
Royality creeps In wrote:Crumbs! I’m sandwiched between a young up and coming manager and an old sour dough.
it’s a pita that Bruce Brioche isn’t still at Bolton. That would free Parky up for a return.
Having said that my naan says that a bit of crumpet couldn’t do any worse.


Your naan is going against the grain.


Bruce and Warburton could be the best of both

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by Horsham Royal » 07 Dec 2018 01:37

Martin O'Neill

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by BR0B0T » 07 Dec 2018 03:22

Scutterbucketz wrote:
leon wrote:
Scutterbucketz wrote:I might have misssed something but why exactly would we want Mark Warburton?


Use your loaf.


I’ve genuinely never heard of him so I bread up on his record and then was even more :|


LoafingOutLoud

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by BR0B0T » 07 Dec 2018 03:27

Horsham Royal wrote:Martin O'Neill


Jesus Crust...no thanks!


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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by BR0B0T » 07 Dec 2018 03:30

Old Man Andrews wrote:
AthleticoSpizz wrote:
Old Man Andrews wrote:Really upset I missed a load of bread buns, devastated.
corrected for you etc etc


Now I'm saddened by the fact I missed that completely obvious one. Lost my pun touch.


Ahh, don't worry...baguette about it

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by BR0B0T » 07 Dec 2018 03:33

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


He would be a disaster. He'd just default to the contrary view of everyone around him.


defo one for the TB aficionadoughs

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by BR0B0T » 07 Dec 2018 03:35

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


He would be a disaster. He'd just default to the contrary view of everyone around him.


I think he would bring a sensible and balanced outlook to the job, he's a proper football man and available too.


Doughn’t fall out about it

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by BR0B0T » 07 Dec 2018 03:36

p.s. I fcuking hammered btw


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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by BR0B0T » 07 Dec 2018 03:40

leon wrote:where's the ChROFLis CoLOLeman option?


Wheatever :roll:

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by BR0B0T » 07 Dec 2018 03:42

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?


i'd be supryesed if we can get them

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by BR0B0T » 07 Dec 2018 03:44

Hound wrote:Happily give Marshall a chance, but would like us to look at


he'd be agood crustodian for the club

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by BR0B0T » 07 Dec 2018 03:45

From Despair To Where? wrote:It's a veritable tallest dwarf contest.

Kelly Chambers.


he'll rise to the challenge


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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by BR0B0T » 07 Dec 2018 03:47

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


He's your bread and butter type manager.


whay you whaffling on about?

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by BR0B0T » 07 Dec 2018 03:51

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.


boy's a fcuking genius ^^^ 8)

didn't actually bother to check this btw

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by BR0B0T » 07 Dec 2018 03:52

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.


We'll need to have a toastmorten to find out what eent wrong!

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by BR0B0T » 07 Dec 2018 03:54

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...


proper bulldoughze it!

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by BR0B0T » 07 Dec 2018 03:56

Snowflake Royal wrote:Sorry to disappoint you all, but I'm not available. I'm not looking to do six months of work with a bunch of chancers and then get a big pay off.

I'm happy with my long term security and achievable goals, thanks.


bun bandit :lol:

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by BR0B0T » 07 Dec 2018 03:58

Zip wrote:Why is Ian Royal not amongst the bookies favourites for the job?


doughbody knows!

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by Libertine » 07 Dec 2018 05:59

BR0B0T 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?


i'd be supryesed if we can get them


You're really on a roll tonight... :D

BR0B0T wrote:p.s. I fcuking hammered btw


Ahhhh, and now I see why... :lol:

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