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A stand out for on the jobseekers board at the minute is Derek McInnes, he was rumoured as a shock candidate for our vacancy pre-slav after declaring interest in managing south of the border.

 

Could he be a decent mould and fix for a team like Sheffield Wednesday at the minute?.....

 

When he took the Aberdeen job, he inherited a struggling outfit and quickly turned around their fortunes, taking them from a bottom  of the league club.....and quickly steering them to third in the league. The following season, he pulled off a blinder and guided them to pick up the league cup after 2 decades of nothing.

 

After this he established Aberdeen at the top of the league. Finishing 2nd on severL occasions, even pushing Celtic for the title one year. On top of this he guided them to pick up some impressive victories in Europe....

 

Would his style suit?

 

He takes no prisoners and perhaps Wednesday need some big gonads in the hot seat at the minute, as opposed to a yes man. Somebody who isn't afraid to call the shots and give the players a kick up the backside.

 

Would he suit Wednesday's current situation?

 

Potentially yes.... he is well respected north a the border and Wednesday have a limited budget and market at the minute. I still personally feel that there is plenty of value for money north of the border and he knows the players and market up there very well.

 

North of the border isn't the worse market to do into all things said and done, there is some real talent to be snapped up....recruiting north of the border has proved itself to be successful by many a league one club.

 

Connections....

 

Lee bullen loves Sheffield Wednesday and have remained around the place in various capacities over the last few years. He could be a potential understudy to McInnes? ..... Barry Bannan would also provide a fellow countryman in the ranks as captain. It may well breath a fresh breath of life into his game as well...

 

Would he be interested?

 

He's out of work and stated an interedt in managing in England again. He said he loves a challenge and maybe the job would give him that?

 

Yay or nay?

 

 

 

 

Edited by cmonkes

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So on a thread a few hours ago you state that we should stick with good old Dazza , now you decide to put  the boot in to the bloke , this will lead to more un rest in the Owls camp and among the fans on here who can not see beyond the end of the bar in the Park Hotel . 

 

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It's too early to sack him, win the next two games and he'll be the Dog's ****** to the fans, a new Manager would have the same nothing to play with, at the end  of last season he hadn't even got enough players to name a squad and nothing to rebuild with.

It's time Wednesday fans realised they're a third tier outfit.

Booing the players won't exactly motivate them either. 

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10 hours ago, cmonkes said:

A stand out for on the jobseekers board at the minute is Derek McInnes, he was rumoured as a shock candidate for our vacancy pre-slav after declaring interest in managing south of the border.

 

Could he be a decent mould and fix for a team like Sheffield Wednesday at the minute?.....

 

When he took the Aberdeen job, he inherited a struggling outfit and quickly turned around their fortunes, taking them from a bottom  of the league club.....and quickly steering them to third in the league. The following season, he pulled off a blinder and guided them to pick up the league cup after 2 decades of nothing.

 

After this he established Aberdeen at the top of the league. Finishing 2nd on severL occasions, even pushing Celtic for the title one year. On top of this he guided them to pick up some impressive victories in Europe....

 

Would his style suit?

 

He takes no prisoners and perhaps Wednesday need some big gonads in the hot seat at the minute, as opposed to a yes man. Somebody who isn't afraid to call the shots and give the players a kick up the backside.

 

Would he suit Wednesday's current situation?

 

Potentially yes.... he is well respected north a the border and Wednesday have a limited budget and market at the minute. I still personally feel that there is plenty of value for money north of the border and he knows the players and market up there very well.

 

North of the border isn't the worse market to do into all things said and done, there is some real talent to be snapped up....recruiting north of the border has proved itself to be successful by many a league one club.

 

Connections....

 

Lee bullen loves Sheffield Wednesday and have remained around the place in various capacities over the last few years. He could be a potential understudy to McInnes? ..... Barry Bannan would also provide a fellow countryman in the ranks as captain. It may well breath a fresh breath of life into his game as well...

 

Would he be interested?

 

He's out of work and stated an interedt in managing in England again. He said he loves a challenge and maybe the job would give him that?

 

Yay or nay?

 

 

 

 

Wednesday have a manager already.....

 

Jog on

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They should try to get one who knows how to manage.

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6 hours ago, Sheridan1-0 said:

 

 

Jog on

Oo you naughty Boy.

Get yer own script.

Edited by Alextopman

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10 minutes ago, Alextopman said:

Oo you naughty Bpy.

Get yer own script.

🤣🤣

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darren is fine for the moment,he chose the players and hes minus several of his best players,lets see what happens when they come back,which i hope will be soon

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