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2 hours ago, 1295galaxy said:

Just read that the Spurs manager a come forward with a manager he as told Chansiri as a good candidate for the Owls job Nestor Lorenzo is the name,but we really want someone who knows what is required to manage in the English leagues

Why, Farke, Santo, Wagner etc all had no previous knowledge and took they’re respective teams up (two as Champions).

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On 27/07/2019 at 10:15, rogets said:

My fear is that Wednesday will go for one of the merry go round of managers who pop up and achieve little, the usual candidates

 

What about Wagner he got Huddersfield promoted.

 

Bullen will be caretaker manager for about 4 games, get 12 points and then one of the merry go round managers will  get the job and send Wednesday back to mid table boredom

 

Why not just give Bullen the job until Christmas and if Wednesday are runaway leaders, then offer him a 2 year contract or something

Strikes me that if you cant identify a suitable English/British/Irish manager, German is the way to go. eg. Farke, Wagner, Stendel. Portuguese managers, it's a mixed picture, eg Boa Morte, Morais, Santos, 

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The last ENGLISH footbal manager to win division one/premier league was in 1992, Howard Wilkinson. 

  If you where an ambitious championship club with some money to spend where would you look?

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5 hours ago, kidley said:

The last ENGLISH footbal manager to win division one/premier league was in 1992, Howard Wilkinson. 

  If you where an ambitious championship club with some money to spend where would you look?

Wilko may not be interested in the job. 

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41 minutes ago, ThatYank said:

Wilko may not be interested in the job. 

 

the point i was trying to make was, who are the best managers, English or other nationalities , the English managers dont seem to be good enough for english foot ball?

 

Thank you yank for your amusement. 

 

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8 hours ago, Brooker11 said:

Why, Farke, Santo, Wagner etc all had no previous knowledge and took they’re respective teams up (two as Champions).

It can work both ways clearly, as Jos and Carlos showed. 

 

Anyone is a risk, but I'd rather have a younger manager with something to prove, regardless of where they're from over someone like Tony Pulis or Chris Coleman. 

Edited by Moistened

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23 minutes ago, Moistened said:

It can work both ways clearly, as Jos and Carlos showed. 

 

Anyone is a risk, but I'd rather have a younger manager with something to prove, regardless of where they're from over someone like Tony Pulis or Chris Coleman. 

Chris Coleman should be alright, he is three-year young er than Chris Wilder. 

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1 hour ago, ALAN 58 said:

Chris Coleman should be alright, he is three-year young er than Chris Wilder. 

Come on Alan, what's age got to do with it ? And as an Owls fan, why not leave Chris Wilder out of the discussion, it's nowt to do with him or the Blades.

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3 hours ago, kidley said:

 

the point i was trying to make was, who are the best managers, English or other nationalities , the English managers dont seem to be good enough for english foot ball?

 

Thank you yank for your amusement. 

 

You're Welcome. Thank you for appreciating the humor.

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9 hours ago, St Petre said:

Come on Alan, what's age got to do with it ? And as an Owls fan, why not leave Chris Wilder out of the discussion, it's nowt to do with him or the Blades.

 Exactly ,  age is not a barrier in football management just pointing it out. 

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Lee Bullen to be incharge for the Reading game .

Sky bet top five 

Chris Hughton 7/4

Gary Rowet 11/4

Lee Bullen 4/1

Nigel Pearson 11/2

Chris Coleman 7/1

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17 hours ago, owl.66 said:

Lee Bullen to be incharge for the Reading game .

Sky bet top five 

Chris Hughton 7/4

Gary Rowet 11/4

Lee Bullen 4/1

Nigel Pearson 11/2

Chris Coleman 7/1

Skybet now have Chris Coleman as 11/10 favourite

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