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 Post Posted: Wed Dec 19, 2018 8:22 pm 
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Maybe Mendes will put him here.

Still like Jose, needs a break and a rethink, maybe going for something different for his next role where he can rebuild.

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THE BIG BAD WOLF wrote:
Maybe Mendes will put him here.

Still like Jose, needs a break and a rethink, maybe going for something different for his next role where he can rebuild.


Not sure what thee is to like. He seems surly, boorish, arrogant and many other unpleasantries. Where has the bright sparky cheeky chappie gone?? He was a breath of fresh air (even with his arrogance proclaiming himself as 'the special one') but is replaced with the dank dismal smell of putrefaction....

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THE BIG BAD WOLF wrote:
Maybe Mendes will put him here.

Still like Jose, needs a break and a rethink, maybe going for something different for his next role where he can rebuild.


Jim Solbakken is the new agent in town and as Jez Moxey found has easy access to many French and Scandinavian players.

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 Post Posted: Tue Jan 08, 2019 11:18 am 
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Gary Rowett sacked by Stoke.

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Gary Rowett sacked by Stoke.


Surprised by Rowett, got done the same way as other coaches thinking technical and tactical ability wins the Championship.

This Stoke squad is crying out for the other more basic additions such as drive, determination, focus and athleticism.

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Always thought Rowett had the stench of a Mark McGhee about him. Looks savvy enough at a small side but is a total failure in delivering when given a bigger job and more tools... to be honest McGhee is generous, he had a lot more about him tactically than Rowett has.

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Karanka has left Forest today.

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Karanka has left Forest today.


Forest tried a watered down version of Wolves then enjoyed watered down results.

Anticipate the problem.

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David Wagner has left Huddersfield.

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David Wagner has left Huddersfield.


You could see it in his eyes before the weekends games during interviews you could see the pressure was overwhelming him.

He may be to nice for the number one high pressure job.

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Yes, retrospective viewing of the interviews before last Saturday indicated a man in turmoil. A real shame but such is modern day football management, they say goalkeepers have to be crazy to do the job, what then is a man who has the drug of managing players in his blood?

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Sarri at Chelsea needs a good PR man to help him through a tough time because he's projecting all the wrong images.

From badly fitting tracksuits, glasses on his head, little scribbles in his note book at the wrong time.

Telling everyone Hazard should leave if he feels it right.


Someone at Chelsea has to help him from his own crap, that or expect an early return to Italy.

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Will it be Sarri next? :mrgreen:

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Will it be Sarri next? :mrgreen:


Worth noting on their own pitch City can hammer any other English side for six, such is their quality of set up and players.
They easily dismissed Wolves both with eleven and ten players and could have scored a hatfull

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Will it be Sarri next? :mrgreen:


Worth noting on their own pitch City can hammer any other English side for six, such is their quality of set up and players.
They easily dismissed Wolves both with eleven and ten players and could have scored a hatfull


But what about also losing 4-0 to Bournemouth only a couple of weeks earlier.

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Will it be Sarri next? :mrgreen:


Worth noting on their own pitch City can hammer any other English side for six, such is their quality of set up and players.
They easily dismissed Wolves both with eleven and ten players and could have scored a hatfull

I don't agree with that, KK. A dive for a penalty and over 70 minutes v ten men produced 3 goals. OK, we didn't offer much going forward but then despite all their efforts they didn't amount to much either in terms of successful strikes.

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SELWolf wrote:
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Will it be Sarri next? :mrgreen:


Worth noting on their own pitch City can hammer any other English side for six, such is their quality of set up and players.
They easily dismissed Wolves both with eleven and ten players and could have scored a hatfull

I don't agree with that, KK. A dive for a penalty and over 70 minutes v ten men produced 3 goals. OK, we didn't offer much going forward but then despite all their efforts they didn't amount to much either in terms of successful strikes.


I think City are a perfect model playing wise of where Wolves could evolve to over time.

Very few teams have the ability to recreate the same attacking patterns of play, especially the ball between centre back and full back.
In the final third Wolves need to learn from City how to be clinical and precise with their passing.
The next step up in class.

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QPR have sacked Steve McClaren.

Don't worry Steve. With a track record of being sacked for abysmal record from several basket cases of clubs, including not only Newcastle, Derby (twice), and a host of European sides, but also the England job... I am sure there will be a host of chairmen willing to see you as the 'perfect fit' for their desire to have a high profile, and then to sink down their league....

When will these clubs EVER learn that a record that makes Theresa May's Brexit plan look an unmitigated success, these hopeless managers need more than media support and a ready smile to make a club successful.

Drift into retirement, Steve.

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When will these clubs EVER learn that a record that makes Theresa May's Brexit plan look an unmitigated success, these hopeless managers need more than media support and a ready smile to make a club successful.


The strange thing is McClaren doesn't even have media support or a smile. His whole career seems to be based upon being #2 for a few years at a club 20 years ago.

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QPR have sacked Steve McClaren.

Don't worry Steve. With a track record of being sacked for abysmal record from several basket cases of clubs, including not only Newcastle, Derby (twice), and a host of European sides, but also the England job... I am sure there will be a host of chairmen willing to see you as the 'perfect fit' for their desire to have a high profile, and then to sink down their league....

When will these clubs EVER learn that a record that makes Theresa May's Brexit plan look an unmitigated success, these hopeless managers need more than media support and a ready smile to make a club successful.

Drift into retirement, Steve.


Growing up in West London I have a few QPR supporting friends, the odd thing is he has done well, they were expecting relegation.

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Dean Keates Walsall.

Watched their game against Barnsley recently, Keates was wasting his time.

Of the ten outfield players five were tactically clueless.

Your not going to make a difference from a coaching or tactical prospective with that kind of balance,

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What a tremendous journey the Cowley brothers have taken Lincoln City on. Promotion secured to League One. It just keeps getting better. Brilliant story of great leadership and management.

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Jose to Celtic?

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Paul Lambert should take it.

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Very impressive achievement by Chris Wilder, deserves a shot at a big club. Interested to see if he continues with the overlapping CBs in the Prem.

Would like one of Leeds or Villa to go up. Sort of fixture you look forward to.

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A vacancy in Barca?

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Pulis leaving Boro, hoped he would buy Traore back, not sure who would be interested now.

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Very impressive achievement by Chris Wilder, deserves a shot at a big club. Interested to see if he continues with the overlapping CBs in the Prem.

Would like one of Leeds or Villa to go up. Sort of fixture you look forward to.


I think Cardiff would beat any of this seasons Championship sides over two legs.

Struggle for all of them when they find they are not allowed to play on the front foot.

All three could go back down.

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Darrell Clarke. New Walsall manager.

It suddenly becomes a good club for Wolves to send players on loan.

Smart pick, promotion next season.

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Hughton gone.

Sad - good man - but limited. Right decision. The most boring team in Prem. Can't live like that forever.

Who will replace... McClaren, Pulis... a host of folk looking for the merry-go-round.

Will Warnock jump, or stay? Who would Cardiff like - Pulis, the Welshman???

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