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    Tommy11 wrote:
    Ex-pat Arnie wrote:
    Tommy11 wrote:
    Ex-pat Arnie wrote:
    Tommy11 wrote: 2013-14 Championship season. Winner - Nighel Pearson Runner Up - Sean Dyche Play- Off Winnner - Harry Redknapp Play-Of Runner Up - Steve Mclaren. BHA - We are not learning if we appoint Hypia! For Goodness sake - please we need to get an experienced manager in who knows what they are doing! Hypia = Puppet = this ridiculous managment set up is still on going. Ex -Par Arnie - you haven't got a f***ing clue mate. Hypia was joint manager year before, only did training, team talks etc....Full Head coach this season (again - just undergoing training, team talks etc) and then got sacked before season was done. You never argue against what the club are doing etc etc.. just against us fans who start questioning them. Are you Barber in disguise? or just some Argus/BHA puppet? the points you make are just boring and predictable.
    PS: 2013-14 Championship season. Bottom - Gary Johnson Second bottom - Danny Wilson Third bottom - Paul Dickov Fourth bottom - Lee Clark Fifth bottom - Paul ince/Barry Ferguson Etc etc I'm genuinely not sure what point you were trying to make with your list. Are you saying experienced British managers are better than Johnny Foreigner?
    Oh for goodness sake - see what i mean readers? Yea and John Still won the Conference. No - I'm saying that British managers are best at getting clubs out of the championship into the premiership - simple as that - and a fact. And no - you know I'm not a troll -Just another sign of your insecurities.
    And the best at getting them into League One. Your evidence proves nothing other than that the majority of Championship managers are British and that therefore they are more likely to fill some of the top spots. Apologies for calling you a troll if that is unfair. However swearing does you no favours, even if asterisked.
    Arnie, you don’t offer anything to this forum at all.

    All you seem to do is look for posts that state some form of criticism against the club/ management/ players and then have a go at that individual . It’s like your some sort of supervisor for the Argus on behalf of the Albion. It’s really pathetic and cringing – and you just look like a total sorry sap.

    It’s pathetic.

    Please give it a rest lad.
    On the contrary, I tend to argue against points that appear to be factually inaccurate. That it tends to be against comments criticising the club is because most of the comments which state opinion as fact or are otherwise based on hearsay or false position are against the club in some way. Honestly, if I thought someone was making stuff up in defence of the club I would argue against that too.

    If you don't think I contribute then feel free to ignore everything I say. I have had many good discussions on here - I have enjoyed them and I dare say some of the correspondents have too.

    Feel free to make remarks, but don't whine if someone picks you up and them and offers a different opinion. Bat your own corner, don't swear at people."
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Hyypia new favourite for Albion job

Sami Hyypia

Sami Hyypia

First published in Albion

Former Liverpool defender Sami Hyypia is the new favourite to take over as Albion manager.

Hyppia’s odds were slashed to a best-price Evens today as the Seagulls hunt for a successor to Oscar Garcia.

The Finn was being quoted as odds-on with two bookies.

Hyypia was linked with the Albion job last month and is keen to get back into management.

He was dismissed by Bayer Leverkusen two months ago.

Albion spoke to contenders last week and the quest to replace Oscar is continuing.

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