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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The poll for a new a manager

by Sutekh » 06 Dec 2018 15:40

Who do you want.

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by Old Man Andrews » 06 Dec 2018 15:41

As always on matters of huge importance the answer has to be Ian Royal.

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by Tilehurstsouthbank » 06 Dec 2018 15:42

The giant Crumpet for me, but I'm fascinated to see how Scott Marshall does in the interim.

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by genome » 06 Dec 2018 15:43

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.

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by Tilehurstsouthbank » 06 Dec 2018 15:43

For the poster who put Alan Pardew, please tell me why you'd want that arrogant Judas oxf*rd anywhere near our club again?


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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by Old Man Andrews » 06 Dec 2018 15:45

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.

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by genome » 06 Dec 2018 15:48

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.


He would disagree with you.

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by Tilehurstsouthbank » 06 Dec 2018 15:50

genome wrote:
Old Man Andrews wrote:
genome wrote:
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.


He would disagree with you.


And also you...

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by Eaststandman » 06 Dec 2018 15:57

That's a long list already, but wasn't Gus Poyet a consideration some time ago?


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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by leon » 06 Dec 2018 15:59

where's the ChROFLis CoLOLeman option?

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by Mid Sussex Royal » 06 Dec 2018 15:59

Is Harry out of the jungle yet?

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by Libertine » 06 Dec 2018 16:21

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?

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by NewCorkSeth » 06 Dec 2018 17:13

Ian Royal. He is the only option that makes sense.


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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by Hound » 06 Dec 2018 17:18

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

Jokanovic, Cowley(s) and Nathan Jones as well

Very surprised such support for Warburton tbh

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by From Despair To Where? » 06 Dec 2018 17:39

It's a veritable tallest dwarf contest.

Kelly Chambers.

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by genome » 06 Dec 2018 17:41

Hound wrote:Very surprised such support for Warburton tbh


He's your bread and butter type manager.

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by leon » 06 Dec 2018 17:48

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.

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by Nomad_Royal » 06 Dec 2018 17:50

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.



He'd get us playing at the very yeast. ( Ill get my coat)

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by Victor Meldrew » 06 Dec 2018 17:51

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.


Would he have enough dough?

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Re: The poll for a new a manager

by Elm Park Kid » 06 Dec 2018 17:51

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.


Don't know, i've heard that he's a bit of a loafer .

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