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Whos Going To Be The New Swfc Manager? Garry Monk appointed.

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13 minutes ago, Jim Hardie said:

Thanks for all your research. Do you suppose SWFC are unaware of your findings?

It'll be more difficult to find a post from him about his own club, SWFC could be his specialist subject on Mastermind.

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I wonder if Danny Cowley turned the Owls down to join Huddersfield or Chansari decided that Garry Monk was a better option ?

Well fate has thrown them both together this weekend , and its on sky.

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2 hours ago, atticus said:

I wonder if Danny Cowley turned the Owls down to join Huddersfield or Chansari decided that Garry Monk was a better option ?

Well fate has thrown them both together this weekend , and its on sky.

Cowley said this morning he had had no approach from SWFC.

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1 hour ago, Brooker11 said:

Cowley said this morning he had had no approach from SWFC.

He doesnt approach employed managers or hasnt done to date,hes still fresh faced as an owner,but being thai its also an honour thing......seeing as hes been stitched up with Bruce,youd think hed learn by now its very cut throat in football.

I quite liked the idea of the cowley kids comming in,success rate is VERY high,fresh new ideas,but was always a risk,the football world is full of failed Cowleys,the guy that manages Newport looks to have done an incredible job on a shoestring,but would you give the bloke a championship job........

Monk it is,likes front foot football,so that should be fun,likes to attack which will make a nice change too many of the failed P/O final squad are fixtures,we need more switched on forewad players,lets see,weve too many indeciscive players,happy to pick up a decent wedge for doing too little to influence a game week in week out

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11 hours ago, staninoodle said:

He doesnt approach employed managers or hasnt done to date,hes still fresh faced as an owner,but being thai its also an honour thing......seeing as hes been stitched up with Bruce,youd think hed learn by now its very cut throat in football.

I quite liked the idea of the cowley kids comming in,success rate is VERY high,fresh new ideas,but was always a risk,the football world is full of failed Cowleys,the guy that manages Newport looks to have done an incredible job on a shoestring,but would you give the bloke a championship job........

Monk it is,likes front foot football,so that should be fun,likes to attack which will make a nice change too many of the failed P/O final squad are fixtures,we need more switched on forewad players,lets see,weve too many indeciscive players,happy to pick up a decent wedge for doing too little to influence a game week in week out

There have been many 'failed Cowley's.'

 

Paul Heckingbottom did well at Barnsley but failed at Leeds. Paul Hirst did well at Shrewsbury but it didn't work at Ipswich. Nathan Jones is struggling at Stoke after doing a good job at Luton.

 

......but then you get Chris Wilder. 

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Cowley's might have come in and done well, Monk might come in and we plummet, nobody knows

 

One things for sure.... If Cowley beats us on Sunday there'll be folk saying we made the wrong choice after 1 game !

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never mind we have what we have,lets see what happens,hes plenty of forwards,but are they fast enough or young enough to play the fast game? time will tell

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On 11/09/2019 at 11:43, abbeyedges said:

There have been many 'failed Cowley's.'

 

Paul Heckingbottom did well at Barnsley but failed at Leeds. Paul Hirst did well at Shrewsbury but it didn't work at Ipswich. Nathan Jones is struggling at Stoke after doing a good job at Luton.

 

......but then you get Chris Wilder. 

Was a time,before the Premier League,ALL our top flight managers came from lower league clubs,and players that could make the transition followed them,Wilder has bucked the trend of foreign managers and players,long may it continue,theres  so much untapped british talent struggling for recognition they move abroad for game time.

Using the old George Burley system that was a success at Ipswich has served him well

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9 hours ago, staninoodle said:

Was a time,before the Premier League,ALL our top flight managers came from lower league clubs,and players that could make the transition followed them,Wilder has bucked the trend of foreign managers and players,long may it continue,theres  so much untapped british talent struggling for recognition they move abroad for game time.

Using the old George Burley system that was a success at Ipswich has served him well

Wilder has revolutionised british football through developing an unorthodox style of play and tactics, that even has top flight managers in awe. 

 

Quote Solksjaer: "Sheffield United are a very unique team, unlike any other in the country right now. The team are very well drilled and each player knows their own individual tasks. The use of attacking central defenders is like nothing we have seen before, but they do it so very well. You have to take your hat off to Chris WIlder and it would be stupid not to rate them as a serious threat in the premier league"

 

 

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2 hours ago, cmonkes said:

Wilder has revolutionised british football through developing an unorthodox style of play and tactics, that even has top flight managers in awe. 

 

Quote Solksjaer: "Sheffield United are a very unique team, unlike any other in the country right now. The team are very well drilled and each player knows their own individual tasks. The use of attacking central defenders is like nothing we have seen before, but they do it so very well. You have to take your hat off to Chris WIlder and it would be stupid not to rate them as a serious threat in the premier league"

 

 

He's done very well, no doubt about it, and the budget he's done it on makes it even better

 

But revolutionised British football ? Steady on

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3 hours ago, cmonkes said:

Wilder has revolutionised british football through developing an unorthodox style of play and tactics, that even has top flight managers in awe. 

 

Quote Solksjaer: "Sheffield United are a very unique team, unlike any other in the country right now. The team are very well drilled and each player knows their own individual tasks. The use of attacking central defenders is like nothing we have seen before, but they do it so very well. You have to take your hat off to Chris WIlder and it would be stupid not to rate them as a serious threat in the premier league"

 

 

GBs side were renown for their overlapping centre backs and sweeper keeper during the 80s was it? @ the time it was very different and noboddy else played that way,probably a bit before Solksjaers memories of english football

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