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there is no-one!! we should have got O'Neill but we didn't and ended up with Roeder. The club probably can't afford to keep sacking managers and bringing new ones in! the team is the problem, not necessarilly roeder

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there is no-one!! we should have got O'Neill but we didn't and ended up with Roeder. The club probably can't afford to keep sacking managers and bringing new ones in! the team is the problem, not necessarilly roeder

FFS wake up and smell the coffee. Roeder is more than useless he is now a basket case
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Hector Cuper. Proven CV of building CL sides as well as keeping a near-certain relegated side up. Knows the Italian, Spanish, and South American markets well, unlike our current and previous managers, one of whom used pre-season friendlies to scout world famous footballers, the other who had to ask his mates whether a player was any good whilst negotiating a contract.

 

Unfortunately, hes foreign.

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curbishley is only realistic option that freddy will consider. apart from shearer.

 

costs nothing and freddy will have heard of his name mentioned in the sun or daily mail.

 

he at least has a track record of doing well with limited resources. his transfer dealings to get charlton to the next level were piss poor, but tbh, any manager from now on is just treading water till shearer wants it.

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how about a mangerial team of Keegan and Shearer? Think of the support those legends would get, the supporters get whipped up into a frenzy, would probably transfer to the players. Keegan has a good eye for players, Shearer is the motivator. It's a dream team!

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how about a mangerial team of Keegan and Shearer? Think of the support those legends would get, the supporters get whipped up into a frenzy, would probably transfer to the players. Keegan has a good eye for players, Shearer is the motivator. It's a dream team!

 

No thanks!, it would be like the feel good factor, like the end of last season and look where we are now!

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Keegan would bring attacking football back again, we start winning more games because we're scoring more goals, gain in confidence, shoot up the league. It's not too late to get top 6 yet!!

 

Just trying to keep a little optimisim!

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Keegan would bring attacking football back again, we start winning more games because we're scoring more goals, gain in confidence, shoot up the league. It's not too late to get top 6 yet!!

 

Just trying to keep a little optimisim!

 

Keep dreaming!

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Hector Cuper. Proven CV of building CL sides as well as keeping a near-certain relegated side up. Knows the Italian, Spanish, and South American markets well, unlike our current and previous managers, one of whom used pre-season friendlies to scout world famous footballers, the other who had to ask his mates whether a player was any good whilst negotiating a contract.

 

Unfortunately, hes foreign.

 

That'd be the worst option. You need someone who can turn things around NOW, immediately, so it has to be someone with Premiership experience, you can't take the chance of a foreign manager who'll need more time to "bed in".

 

For my money there are two managers in the Premiership who clearly have this ability, on is O'Neill (which clearly isnt going to happen), the other is Sam Allardyce. But would Big Sam leave Bolton with them doing so well at the moment?

 

I think Curbs is an excellent manager, but I don't know if he is the type to motivate enough to turn things around quickly.

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Curbishley would just join a long list of failures for Shepherd.

 

Shepherd

 

 

Out

 

 

 

 

 

 

So who then?

 

 

The type of manager we need will not come within 100 miles of the club, unless playing against us.  I'm not saying that he (Coubishley) wouldn't be better than Roeder, it depends where our ambitions are at this time.

 

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Hector Cuper. Proven CV of building CL sides as well as keeping a near-certain relegated side up. Knows the Italian, Spanish, and South American markets well, unlike our current and previous managers, one of whom used pre-season friendlies to scout world famous footballers, the other who had to ask his mates whether a player was any good whilst negotiating a contract.

 

Unfortunately, hes foreign.

 

And a surefire way to make sure you go down

 

Pack in playing Champ Manager

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