What's your opinion of the manager status?

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Re: What's your opinion of the manager status?

Postby isrodger » 16 May 2018, 14:49

Thing is I just want promotion and I think he’d deliver it. Pay him a £1m a year with a £10m bonus for promotion.... of all the managers out there I think he’d get us up. Our football was very direct under Wilko even Graham but would take them in their pomp to get us up. If not great Moyes in ... I really am sick of unproven managers at the helm.
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Re: What's your opinion of the manager status?

Postby rigger » 16 May 2018, 15:06

Moyes, definitely.
Give him two years to get things sorted though.
And honour that as fans, I mean.

I don't want to sell my soul to the devil .. you might as well support Man U if you're gonna do that .. we're not glory-hunters, are we ??
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Re: What's your opinion of the manager status?

Postby rigger » 16 May 2018, 15:10

And I didn't mean that personally, mate - please don't take it the wrong way ! :o
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Re: What's your opinion of the manager status?

Postby birkybullufc » 16 May 2018, 15:26

Out of the names mentioned so far, it's Big Sam for me. Pretty much guarantees you promotion and staying up.
I liked watching his Bolton teams play with Okocha, Djorkaeff, Nakata and Co. I think he's always been easy to label with the long ball tag, but if you don't have as technically gifted players as the top 4, why would you want them playing out from the back and inviting mistakes? I like watching teams who can defend as a team and are greater than the sum of their parts. I've found this premierleague season boring, partly because teams have too many players who don't want to do the ugly work. Pretty much like Leeds since Christmas. When it's easy for teams to score then it takes away from the moment, imho.
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Re: What's your opinion of the manager status?

Postby Daz5 » 16 May 2018, 15:28

Rather have Big Mick he would be well up for the job ..
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Re: What's your opinion of the manager status?

Postby SG90 » 16 May 2018, 16:44

Allardyce has no interest in developing young players either, so zero chance of the likes of Clarke, Dalby, Shackleton etc getting a chance.
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Re: What's your opinion of the manager status?

Postby Frankie » 16 May 2018, 16:45

In my humble opinion, The current manager has done nothing to indicate that he is the right person for the job. His appointment
(as I said at the time) was overwhelmingly underwhelming.


There seems to be a lot of big names roaming around at the moment, it could be our opportunity to get just the person that will make the difference.

I used to like 'Big Sam' until I discovered until he brought the whole England show down. Can't be doing with greedy crooks. and I think we have had our fill of those at Elland Road.

Would love to see Mick McCarthy as our manager, but Moyes could be the guy to make the difference. In my humble opinion.

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Re: What's your opinion of the manager status?

Postby SG90 » 16 May 2018, 16:48

I'd prefer Bilic or QSF of those available.
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Re: What's your opinion of the manager status?

Postby rigger » 16 May 2018, 16:50

1. I don't think we'll change manager over the summer

2. If we do make a change later this year, it'll probably be for a relatively unknown foreigner potentially on the way up and definitely on the cheap, ie TC2.0.
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Re: What's your opinion of the manager status?

Postby birkybullufc » 16 May 2018, 18:08

SG90 wrote:Allardyce has no interest in developing young players either, so zero chance of the likes of Clarke, Dalby, Shackleton etc getting a chance.


What is that comment based on? He's brought lots of the kids through at Everton this season, like Holgate, Kenny and Calvert-Lewin at the expense of their big name signings.
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