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The Argus: The odds on Tim Sherwood to be Albion's next boss have been slashed The odds on Tim Sherwood to be Albion's next boss have been slashed

With Oscar Garcia’s resignation accepted by Albion, the search now begins for a new boss.

The odds of Tottenham boss Tim Sherwood taking over were slashed today.

Would Sherwood make a good replacement for the Seagulls, assuming of course he leave Spurs?

Who would you like to see as Albion’s next head coach.

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6:13pm Mon 12 May 14

To baldly go says...

Someone with some balls to see out his contract and stand up to the likes of Barber and get in what players he wants rather than the suits please!!!!
Someone with some balls to see out his contract and stand up to the likes of Barber and get in what players he wants rather than the suits please!!!! To baldly go
  • Score: 18

6:14pm Mon 12 May 14

BHAFC151 says...

Absolutely gutted Oscar has gone. Met him a few times and is a genuinely nice guy, would have been happy under his management again. However, it has happened and I wouldn't mind Malky Mackay given the job, always admired him.
Absolutely gutted Oscar has gone. Met him a few times and is a genuinely nice guy, would have been happy under his management again. However, it has happened and I wouldn't mind Malky Mackay given the job, always admired him. BHAFC151
  • Score: 17

6:24pm Mon 12 May 14

falmer seagull says...

Malkay McKay please!
Malkay McKay please! falmer seagull
  • Score: 8

6:26pm Mon 12 May 14

Alan G Skinner says...

Very very unfortunate. Oscar is a top drawer coach, and not only will he be difficult to replace, but it means we have to start AGAIN!! Very frustrating! Frankly i have no doubt that there will be a very long list of high quality candidates for the job, throwing their hats in, why wouldn't there be? One of the finest stadiums in the country, the highest attendances in the Championship, one of the finest training grounds in the country. We are an attractive proposition make no mistake. Whoever takes over must continue our footballing ethos, Brighton fans will not tolerate some of the rubbish that many Championship teams play. At this time the only man I could see taking over who is UK based would be Edward Howe of Bournemouth. Otherwise I'm guessing we would look to Spain again.
Very very unfortunate. Oscar is a top drawer coach, and not only will he be difficult to replace, but it means we have to start AGAIN!! Very frustrating! Frankly i have no doubt that there will be a very long list of high quality candidates for the job, throwing their hats in, why wouldn't there be? One of the finest stadiums in the country, the highest attendances in the Championship, one of the finest training grounds in the country. We are an attractive proposition make no mistake. Whoever takes over must continue our footballing ethos, Brighton fans will not tolerate some of the rubbish that many Championship teams play. At this time the only man I could see taking over who is UK based would be Edward Howe of Bournemouth. Otherwise I'm guessing we would look to Spain again. Alan G Skinner
  • Score: 26

6:30pm Mon 12 May 14

Jules boy says...

Sherwood or Mackay - no brainer
Sherwood or Mackay - no brainer Jules boy
  • Score: 12

6:43pm Mon 12 May 14

Jules boy says...

Best buy British
Best buy British Jules boy
  • Score: 3

6:47pm Mon 12 May 14

Alan G Skinner says...

Whoever the new Manager will be, they must be the correct one for our club and they must be in post a couple of weeks before pre season starts to ensure retention and recruitment plans are not delayed as they where this season.
Whoever the new Manager will be, they must be the correct one for our club and they must be in post a couple of weeks before pre season starts to ensure retention and recruitment plans are not delayed as they where this season. Alan G Skinner
  • Score: 8

6:51pm Mon 12 May 14

piogold says...

The good news is there are lots of British candidates Malky Mackay, Steve Clarke, and assuming he becomes available, Tim Sherwood, who has the profile of someone who develops within the club. But I have the feeling that the next Brendan Rodgers is Karl Robinson at Milton Keynes.
The good news is there are lots of British candidates Malky Mackay, Steve Clarke, and assuming he becomes available, Tim Sherwood, who has the profile of someone who develops within the club. But I have the feeling that the next Brendan Rodgers is Karl Robinson at Milton Keynes. piogold
  • Score: -4

6:51pm Mon 12 May 14

Marky24 says...

Sherwood ,please please not pepe mel
Sherwood ,please please not pepe mel Marky24
  • Score: 3

6:52pm Mon 12 May 14

true fan says...

Would David Moyes be a stretch??
Would David Moyes be a stretch?? true fan
  • Score: 1

6:55pm Mon 12 May 14

mitchmurr62 says...

Someone who won't use the job as a stepping stone like Poyet & Oscar. Nothing against Oscar, he came in, did a great job, did it with class & when all was done then made his announcement...again
, with class, unlike Poyet. I thought he would leave & it stinks to start over again. So this time let's hire someone who'll stick around. Yes, Malky would be brilliant but he's going to get a BPL position. Sherwood would be ok. Hopefully an established manager & not someone who needs to learn on the job. However, I fear the suits will look at the budget & decide an established manager will cost too much.
Go Seagulls!!
Someone who won't use the job as a stepping stone like Poyet & Oscar. Nothing against Oscar, he came in, did a great job, did it with class & when all was done then made his announcement...again , with class, unlike Poyet. I thought he would leave & it stinks to start over again. So this time let's hire someone who'll stick around. Yes, Malky would be brilliant but he's going to get a BPL position. Sherwood would be ok. Hopefully an established manager & not someone who needs to learn on the job. However, I fear the suits will look at the budget & decide an established manager will cost too much. Go Seagulls!! mitchmurr62
  • Score: 1

6:59pm Mon 12 May 14

Ken in Spain says...

Paul Clement is a highly regarded coach at Real Madrid. Assistant to Carlo Ancelotti at Chelsea, PSG and Real Madrid. Stated he wants to return to England and manage in the Premiership in the future. Could be a runner.
Paul Clement is a highly regarded coach at Real Madrid. Assistant to Carlo Ancelotti at Chelsea, PSG and Real Madrid. Stated he wants to return to England and manage in the Premiership in the future. Could be a runner. Ken in Spain
  • Score: 5

7:04pm Mon 12 May 14

albionfan33 says...

i think we need to be looking at a steady eddy type we have tried the ambitious young coaches and not been able to give them the funds they wanted now we need an experianced man with the ability to pick up a bargain
i think we need to be looking at a steady eddy type we have tried the ambitious young coaches and not been able to give them the funds they wanted now we need an experianced man with the ability to pick up a bargain albionfan33
  • Score: 0

7:08pm Mon 12 May 14

cheese rolls ! says...

Eddie Howe
Eddie Howe cheese rolls !
  • Score: 6

7:22pm Mon 12 May 14

sussexram40 says...

Malky for me. He has done it. Sherwood hasn't.
It's got to be Malky.
Malky will get us up in 2 seasons - as long as Bloom, Barber and co let him manage the club and do the job.
Malky for me. He has done it. Sherwood hasn't. It's got to be Malky. Malky will get us up in 2 seasons - as long as Bloom, Barber and co let him manage the club and do the job. sussexram40
  • Score: 4

7:23pm Mon 12 May 14

Aussie Mick says...

Someone with top flight experience who can command respect and give us the type of football we have been used to. Michael Laudrup would be my first choice but I could live with Steve Clarke. Or Harry Redknapp when he leaves QPR after Derby do them in the final.
Someone with top flight experience who can command respect and give us the type of football we have been used to. Michael Laudrup would be my first choice but I could live with Steve Clarke. Or Harry Redknapp when he leaves QPR after Derby do them in the final. Aussie Mick
  • Score: -9

7:36pm Mon 12 May 14

Hugothepug says...

1st. Eddie Howe 2nd. Malcky. 3rd. Sherwood

Got a sneaky that it could be Laudrop tho. Style wise.
1st. Eddie Howe 2nd. Malcky. 3rd. Sherwood Got a sneaky that it could be Laudrop tho. Style wise. Hugothepug
  • Score: 2

7:52pm Mon 12 May 14

adamcooper138 says...

Oscar had 19 wins out of 46 games which to me werent cutting it, we need a manager with a desire to win, someone who has a knowledge of this league and someone who can get auto promo not playoffs, so this to me really points the way to Malky to me #seagulls
Oscar had 19 wins out of 46 games which to me werent cutting it, we need a manager with a desire to win, someone who has a knowledge of this league and someone who can get auto promo not playoffs, so this to me really points the way to Malky to me #seagulls adamcooper138
  • Score: 3

8:03pm Mon 12 May 14

ash696 says...

Moyes needs a job and would be great at this level.
Moyes needs a job and would be great at this level. ash696
  • Score: 0

8:04pm Mon 12 May 14

Newhavenles says...

I think we should get the manager of chipperfields circus ,hopefully he will be able to work with the rest of the clowns who are running the club right now !!!!
Squad to small, ambitions even smaller.
I think we should get the manager of chipperfields circus ,hopefully he will be able to work with the rest of the clowns who are running the club right now !!!! Squad to small, ambitions even smaller. Newhavenles
  • Score: -2

8:13pm Mon 12 May 14

namgo49 says...

Buy out McCarthy from Ipswich. No nonsense hard man. None of this tippy tappy stuff. Give him a few quid and watch it happen. Anyone who disagrees just look at Pulis at CP. Limited budget, limited ability players but get results and will continue to do so. Some might say McCarthy failed at Sunderland and Wolves but so did Pulis at Pompey. The important thing is they learned from that.
Buy out McCarthy from Ipswich. No nonsense hard man. None of this tippy tappy stuff. Give him a few quid and watch it happen. Anyone who disagrees just look at Pulis at CP. Limited budget, limited ability players but get results and will continue to do so. Some might say McCarthy failed at Sunderland and Wolves but so did Pulis at Pompey. The important thing is they learned from that. namgo49
  • Score: -8

8:16pm Mon 12 May 14

Jules boy says...

true fan wrote:
Would David Moyes be a stretch??
No, that would be desperate!
[quote][p][bold]true fan[/bold] wrote: Would David Moyes be a stretch??[/p][/quote]No, that would be desperate! Jules boy
  • Score: -2

8:18pm Mon 12 May 14

Jules boy says...

Aussie Mick wrote:
Someone with top flight experience who can command respect and give us the type of football we have been used to. Michael Laudrup would be my first choice but I could live with Steve Clarke. Or Harry Redknapp when he leaves QPR after Derby do them in the final.
Not Harry, he cant do it with parachute payments, how could he do it with us?
[quote][p][bold]Aussie Mick[/bold] wrote: Someone with top flight experience who can command respect and give us the type of football we have been used to. Michael Laudrup would be my first choice but I could live with Steve Clarke. Or Harry Redknapp when he leaves QPR after Derby do them in the final.[/p][/quote]Not Harry, he cant do it with parachute payments, how could he do it with us? Jules boy
  • Score: 4

8:27pm Mon 12 May 14

Aussie Mick says...

Jules boy wrote:
Aussie Mick wrote:
Someone with top flight experience who can command respect and give us the type of football we have been used to. Michael Laudrup would be my first choice but I could live with Steve Clarke. Or Harry Redknapp when he leaves QPR after Derby do them in the final.
Not Harry, he cant do it with parachute payments, how could he do it with us?
The way he did it previously with Portsmouth. He would also encourage our talented players to attack with freedom. Although I respect Gus and Oscar we have been far too timid going forward over the past couple of years. Our defence has helped us into the play offs both years. Far too many draws against mediocre clubs like Huddersfield, Blackpool, Barnsley, Sheffield Wed etc.
[quote][p][bold]Jules boy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Aussie Mick[/bold] wrote: Someone with top flight experience who can command respect and give us the type of football we have been used to. Michael Laudrup would be my first choice but I could live with Steve Clarke. Or Harry Redknapp when he leaves QPR after Derby do them in the final.[/p][/quote]Not Harry, he cant do it with parachute payments, how could he do it with us?[/p][/quote]The way he did it previously with Portsmouth. He would also encourage our talented players to attack with freedom. Although I respect Gus and Oscar we have been far too timid going forward over the past couple of years. Our defence has helped us into the play offs both years. Far too many draws against mediocre clubs like Huddersfield, Blackpool, Barnsley, Sheffield Wed etc. Aussie Mick
  • Score: -6

8:28pm Mon 12 May 14

London Dave says...

Glenn Hoddle is easily the best coach we have in this country (tea leaves and reincarnation aside).

But arguably much more important whoever we get (there will be plenty interested n the job anyway) is the style of football we play.

If we stick to the very deliberate, pitter patter build up play, passing backwards, sideways, anywhere but forwards, we will never get out of this league. Fans will find it more and more frustrating to watch, and season ticket sales will gradually fall.

Honestly, who before this season would have said they wanted Nigel Pearson or Sean Dyche as their managers?

I'm telling you, it's the positive, fast, attacking style of play, and the right personnel to it that style that's key. Derby (much as it hurts) were an absolute joy to watch. And who'd have wanted Maclaren as their manager?!

Cheers
Glenn Hoddle is easily the best coach we have in this country (tea leaves and reincarnation aside). But arguably much more important whoever we get (there will be plenty interested n the job anyway) is the style of football we play. If we stick to the very deliberate, pitter patter build up play, passing backwards, sideways, anywhere but forwards, we will never get out of this league. Fans will find it more and more frustrating to watch, and season ticket sales will gradually fall. Honestly, who before this season would have said they wanted Nigel Pearson or Sean Dyche as their managers? I'm telling you, it's the positive, fast, attacking style of play, and the right personnel to it that style that's key. Derby (much as it hurts) were an absolute joy to watch. And who'd have wanted Maclaren as their manager?! Cheers London Dave
  • Score: 12

8:36pm Mon 12 May 14

Willie, Willie Irvine says...

The 'names' don't come cheap and the money situation suggests to me TB will go for another young buck, probably from overseas. They come cheap! MM would be my personal choice.
The 'names' don't come cheap and the money situation suggests to me TB will go for another young buck, probably from overseas. They come cheap! MM would be my personal choice. Willie, Willie Irvine
  • Score: 3

8:40pm Mon 12 May 14

SeagullOverSelsey says...

Hugothepug wrote:
1st. Eddie Howe 2nd. Malcky. 3rd. Sherwood

Got a sneaky that it could be Laudrop tho. Style wise.
Absolutely spot on Hugo! Eddie Howe is the best young manager in the Championship but whether TB could prise him away from his beloved Bournemouth is another matter.I am worried however that potential managers will be frightened off by what has been happening at the Albion with two top coaches leaving.
[quote][p][bold]Hugothepug[/bold] wrote: 1st. Eddie Howe 2nd. Malcky. 3rd. Sherwood Got a sneaky that it could be Laudrop tho. Style wise.[/p][/quote]Absolutely spot on Hugo! Eddie Howe is the best young manager in the Championship but whether TB could prise him away from his beloved Bournemouth is another matter.I am worried however that potential managers will be frightened off by what has been happening at the Albion with two top coaches leaving. SeagullOverSelsey
  • Score: 3

8:46pm Mon 12 May 14

russellsnr2 says...

Would like to see a MANAGER not a coach.
Would also like them to make sure that they have full control of who we bring and who goes out.
Lastly, they are guaranteed a decent budget to get quality players in.
Would like to see a MANAGER not a coach. Would also like them to make sure that they have full control of who we bring and who goes out. Lastly, they are guaranteed a decent budget to get quality players in. russellsnr2
  • Score: 3

8:48pm Mon 12 May 14

Grendel says...

Of the above, Sherwood. But my preferred choice is Eddie Howe.
Of the above, Sherwood. But my preferred choice is Eddie Howe. Grendel
  • Score: 2

9:03pm Mon 12 May 14

leafletman says...

I agree Manager NOT head Coach M Malkay my choice.
I think we are like the FA when appointing someone " Must be a yes man "
I agree Manager NOT head Coach M Malkay my choice. I think we are like the FA when appointing someone " Must be a yes man " leafletman
  • Score: 0

9:16pm Mon 12 May 14

Sussex J says...

Gutted - it's never dull is it?

Hoped we wouldn't be in this position again at this time of the year. Loved Oscar's quiet way of going about his business and getting us into the top six this season has been a great achievement. I wish him well and as you would expect he has handled his departure in a dignified manner - without holding the club to ransom. Sherwood is a very short price with the bookies - sixes on with Bet Victor. 4/7 with Sky Bet. Next two in the betting at the moment are Malkay Mackay and Chris Hughton (not many on here have mentioned the latter) but for me , out of the three , I would want Malkay. I'm sure Mr Bloom will have his own ideas - this time last year Oscar was always pretty high in the betting though - even though few were putting him forward.
Gutted - it's never dull is it? Hoped we wouldn't be in this position again at this time of the year. Loved Oscar's quiet way of going about his business and getting us into the top six this season has been a great achievement. I wish him well and as you would expect he has handled his departure in a dignified manner - without holding the club to ransom. Sherwood is a very short price with the bookies - sixes on with Bet Victor. 4/7 with Sky Bet. Next two in the betting at the moment are Malkay Mackay and Chris Hughton (not many on here have mentioned the latter) but for me , out of the three , I would want Malkay. I'm sure Mr Bloom will have his own ideas - this time last year Oscar was always pretty high in the betting though - even though few were putting him forward. Sussex J
  • Score: 1

9:18pm Mon 12 May 14

Ex-pat Arnie says...

Of the above, Mackay or Di Matteo, but my first choice would be Steve Clarke.

My guess (for what it's worth) is that it may be someone else of whom we have never heard.
Of the above, Mackay or Di Matteo, but my first choice would be Steve Clarke. My guess (for what it's worth) is that it may be someone else of whom we have never heard. Ex-pat Arnie
  • Score: 1

9:32pm Mon 12 May 14

kev1092 says...

zola !!!
zola !!! kev1092
  • Score: 0

9:47pm Mon 12 May 14

truckmate says...

I do not want Tim Sherwood,I would like too see a more established coach,preferably someone not affiliated closely to their previous club,like Tim Sherwood is.Also it would be great if they could find a coach willing to stay for longer than one season,they would have too be told in plain English of the financial situation at BHAFC. Then they know from the start where they stand.
I do not want Tim Sherwood,I would like too see a more established coach,preferably someone not affiliated closely to their previous club,like Tim Sherwood is.Also it would be great if they could find a coach willing to stay for longer than one season,they would have too be told in plain English of the financial situation at BHAFC. Then they know from the start where they stand. truckmate
  • Score: -3

9:52pm Mon 12 May 14

challster says...

Oscar! He left before his time !!!
Oscar! He left before his time !!! challster
  • Score: 1

9:55pm Mon 12 May 14

JoeBlow says...

Ken in Spain wrote:
Paul Clement is a highly regarded coach at Real Madrid. Assistant to Carlo Ancelotti at Chelsea, PSG and Real Madrid. Stated he wants to return to England and manage in the Premiership in the future. Could be a runner.
Clement is a good shout.
[quote][p][bold]Ken in Spain[/bold] wrote: Paul Clement is a highly regarded coach at Real Madrid. Assistant to Carlo Ancelotti at Chelsea, PSG and Real Madrid. Stated he wants to return to England and manage in the Premiership in the future. Could be a runner.[/p][/quote]Clement is a good shout. JoeBlow
  • Score: 3

10:04pm Mon 12 May 14

SMF20 says...

Gary Johnson with Upson and Calde as his assistants might be a good shout.

Wouldn't mind either Sherwood, Malky or Howe though.

As another poster above mentions though... I think we will only employ a yes man.
Gary Johnson with Upson and Calde as his assistants might be a good shout. Wouldn't mind either Sherwood, Malky or Howe though. As another poster above mentions though... I think we will only employ a yes man. SMF20
  • Score: 1

10:15pm Mon 12 May 14

driverchris53 says...

i think Bloom will turn up a surprise again someone no one has heard of as long as he likes to play good football
i think Bloom will turn up a surprise again someone no one has heard of as long as he likes to play good football driverchris53
  • Score: 1

10:16pm Mon 12 May 14

mickagull says...

Ex-pat Arnie wrote:
Of the above, Mackay or Di Matteo, but my first choice would be Steve Clarke.

My guess (for what it's worth) is that it may be someone else of whom we have never heard.
Calde as an assistant would be fantastic, respect to him. A good man.
[quote][p][bold]Ex-pat Arnie[/bold] wrote: Of the above, Mackay or Di Matteo, but my first choice would be Steve Clarke. My guess (for what it's worth) is that it may be someone else of whom we have never heard.[/p][/quote]Calde as an assistant would be fantastic, respect to him. A good man. mickagull
  • Score: 2

11:24pm Mon 12 May 14

WestStander17 says...

Sad to see Oscar go. I don't feel we really got to see what he could or wanted to do but he did a great job in the circumstances.

I would like us to stick to our philosophy or playing attractive football. Silly to have a fantastic training ground with lots of lovely pitches if the ball is going to be bouncing around, end to end.

I've read all the comments above and the two names that jump out at me would be Clement and Zola. I would be pretty happy with Di Matteo too. I have no allegiance to Chelsea, by the way!

Mackay or Hughton would be a step back in terms of style IMO. Not many British managers take my fancy. Probably only Clement or maybe Hoddle.
Sad to see Oscar go. I don't feel we really got to see what he could or wanted to do but he did a great job in the circumstances. I would like us to stick to our philosophy or playing attractive football. Silly to have a fantastic training ground with lots of lovely pitches if the ball is going to be bouncing around, end to end. I've read all the comments above and the two names that jump out at me would be Clement and Zola. I would be pretty happy with Di Matteo too. I have no allegiance to Chelsea, by the way! Mackay or Hughton would be a step back in terms of style IMO. Not many British managers take my fancy. Probably only Clement or maybe Hoddle. WestStander17
  • Score: 0

12:06am Tue 13 May 14

wardfan says...

Nigel Clough please
Nigel Clough please wardfan
  • Score: -4

12:21am Tue 13 May 14

Ex-pat Arnie says...

WestStander17 wrote:
Sad to see Oscar go. I don't feel we really got to see what he could or wanted to do but he did a great job in the circumstances.

I would like us to stick to our philosophy or playing attractive football. Silly to have a fantastic training ground with lots of lovely pitches if the ball is going to be bouncing around, end to end.

I've read all the comments above and the two names that jump out at me would be Clement and Zola. I would be pretty happy with Di Matteo too. I have no allegiance to Chelsea, by the way!

Mackay or Hughton would be a step back in terms of style IMO. Not many British managers take my fancy. Probably only Clement or maybe Hoddle.
I agree. I thought we'd had enough of the thud and blunder style in the pre-Poyet days. It was hardly effective, was it?

I don't know much about Clement other than he is VERY highly regarded by people whose opinions I have a lot of time for. I like the thought of Hoddle, TBH. Always got his teams playing nice football.
[quote][p][bold]WestStander17[/bold] wrote: Sad to see Oscar go. I don't feel we really got to see what he could or wanted to do but he did a great job in the circumstances. I would like us to stick to our philosophy or playing attractive football. Silly to have a fantastic training ground with lots of lovely pitches if the ball is going to be bouncing around, end to end. I've read all the comments above and the two names that jump out at me would be Clement and Zola. I would be pretty happy with Di Matteo too. I have no allegiance to Chelsea, by the way! Mackay or Hughton would be a step back in terms of style IMO. Not many British managers take my fancy. Probably only Clement or maybe Hoddle.[/p][/quote]I agree. I thought we'd had enough of the thud and blunder style in the pre-Poyet days. It was hardly effective, was it? I don't know much about Clement other than he is VERY highly regarded by people whose opinions I have a lot of time for. I like the thought of Hoddle, TBH. Always got his teams playing nice football. Ex-pat Arnie
  • Score: 1

3:34am Tue 13 May 14

pte says...

Frank Lampard- player manager.
Expect it will be Nathan Jones or Alan Mullery as they are the cheapest option
Frank Lampard- player manager. Expect it will be Nathan Jones or Alan Mullery as they are the cheapest option pte
  • Score: -1

6:32am Tue 13 May 14

the taffster says...

pte wrote:
Frank Lampard- player manager.
Expect it will be Nathan Jones or Alan Mullery as they are the cheapest option
I think fans need to vote with their feet.if Nathan Jones gets the nod just don't renew your season ticket...I'm not.
[quote][p][bold]pte[/bold] wrote: Frank Lampard- player manager. Expect it will be Nathan Jones or Alan Mullery as they are the cheapest option[/p][/quote]I think fans need to vote with their feet.if Nathan Jones gets the nod just don't renew your season ticket...I'm not. the taffster
  • Score: 3

10:09am Tue 13 May 14

Joel'sGrandad says...

pte wrote:
Frank Lampard- player manager.
Expect it will be Nathan Jones or Alan Mullery as they are the cheapest option
Leave Alan Mullery out of this. He's a legend. UTA
[quote][p][bold]pte[/bold] wrote: Frank Lampard- player manager. Expect it will be Nathan Jones or Alan Mullery as they are the cheapest option[/p][/quote]Leave Alan Mullery out of this. He's a legend. UTA Joel'sGrandad
  • Score: 4

10:20am Tue 13 May 14

B rian Tawses left foot says...

the taffster says...


pte wrote:
Frank Lampard- player manager.
Expect it will be Nathan Jones or Alan Mullery as they are the cheapest option
I think fans need to vote with their feet.if Nathan Jones gets the nod just don't renew your season ticket...I'm not.

Good! C ya'.
the taffster says... pte wrote: Frank Lampard- player manager. Expect it will be Nathan Jones or Alan Mullery as they are the cheapest option I think fans need to vote with their feet.if Nathan Jones gets the nod just don't renew your season ticket...I'm not. Good! C ya'. B rian Tawses left foot
  • Score: 1

12:02pm Tue 13 May 14

sexyhips69 says...

You take a BALL and a GOAL. The object of the whole 90 minutes is to get one inside the other in the best way possible. It takes 10 outfield players to achieve this, so we want the best man possible to get this simple thing done. Nothing too methodical, just get the ball into the goal area and 3-4 players who are capable of scoring. The fans want NOTHING LESS, so we need a Manager who can get this done. Malky or David Moyes are my choices.
You take a BALL and a GOAL. The object of the whole 90 minutes is to get one inside the other in the best way possible. It takes 10 outfield players to achieve this, so we want the best man possible to get this simple thing done. Nothing too methodical, just get the ball into the goal area and 3-4 players who are capable of scoring. The fans want NOTHING LESS, so we need a Manager who can get this done. Malky or David Moyes are my choices. sexyhips69
  • Score: 1

1:45pm Tue 13 May 14

MileOakSEAGULL says...

Lots of exciting options to thinks about but for me if we were going for an established manager then I would say Malky Mackay or Eddie Howe because of their proven abilities (.. and which players may still be loyal to them and could possibly bring in - Noone, Bellamy, Grabban ... just a thought)

If we were going to get an on the job trainee, then yes Sherwood or as an outside option Ryan Giggs if he leaves Man U (Love Man U or hate them, they were always good value to watch and played attractive attacking football. Giggsy was coached throughout his career by the best in the game...
Lots of exciting options to thinks about but for me if we were going for an established manager then I would say Malky Mackay or Eddie Howe because of their proven abilities (.. and which players may still be loyal to them and could possibly bring in - Noone, Bellamy, Grabban ... just a thought) If we were going to get an on the job trainee, then yes Sherwood or as an outside option Ryan Giggs if he leaves Man U (Love Man U or hate them, they were always good value to watch and played attractive attacking football. Giggsy was coached throughout his career by the best in the game... MileOakSEAGULL
  • Score: 0

5:27pm Tue 13 May 14

Hovenick says...

I think we need someone who has played in the Premiership and understands the bottom of half of that (Not so different to the top half of the Championship) as well as the ultimate dream. Roberto di Mateo with someone like Lampard/ Bellamy or Giggs as assistant would be my choice... and Caldi to be offered a playing-coaching position
I think we need someone who has played in the Premiership and understands the bottom of half of that (Not so different to the top half of the Championship) as well as the ultimate dream. Roberto di Mateo with someone like Lampard/ Bellamy or Giggs as assistant would be my choice... and Caldi to be offered a playing-coaching position Hovenick
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