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We could all learn the lyrics of Diamond Lights and sign it every week

Why is he deaf?

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I think he would be great, he's not old when it comes to management, I think he can polish turds, as proven. Maybe he just needs a start somewhere to get back into management, I don't think Premiership clubs have been

clamouring to get him in at all...

I would just hope he's calmed his god stuff down a bit and looked back to football as his religion instead!!

He couldn't do any bloody worse than DJ could he?[/

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Spot on Jonny boy.

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Explain to me what we have to offer him. We have no money and a squad thrown together made up of loans and frees with the odd bit of potential thrown in here and there.

 

Don't say potential big crowds and a traditional club because that is irrelevant and the reason why some fans have a chip on their shoulder about Wednesday, even though we have been vvank since about 1997.

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For me he has to be the next Wednesday manager for a number of reasons.

1) Proven at this level, premiership level and international level.

2) Out of work.

3) Has excellent knowledge of the game.

4) Can attract quality players and has good contacts throughout the game.

5) Has passion.

6) Currently runs his own academy so is up to date with the best young talent out there.

7) Has had much success at most levels.

8) Can work with a large or small budget.

9) Is a marked improvement on what we have.

10) Is a very realistic target.

Come on Milan make it happen and save our season.

 

 

11) Vile evil human being.

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For me he has to be the next Wednesday manager for a number of reasons.

1) Proven at this level, premiership level and international level.

2) Out of work.

3) Has excellent knowledge of the game.

4) Can attract quality players and has good contacts throughout the game.

5) Has passion.

6) Currently runs his own academy so is up to date with the best young talent out there.

7) Has had much success at most levels.

8) Can work with a large or small budget.

9) Is a marked improvement on what we have.

10) Is a very realistic target.

Come on Milan make it happen and save our season.

He runs a very successful soccer academy in Spain so doesn't need the cash or the hassle. Also makes money by running an agency for released young players helping them find new clubs.Be a difficult choice for him Living the good life in Spain teaching young kids for a lot of cash or managing us at Hillsborough on a wet November afternoon with 20k fans calling you a wobbler.

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Bit of a forgotten man isn't he - which is why i suppose he rarely gets mentioned these days

 

But could be just the tonic a club like ours needs - and i reckon it's a challenge he could find hard to turn down

 

Great suggestion imo.

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Don't see why the OP has had so many negative votes.

 

No worse a suggestion than some of the dross thrown around here over the last 12 hours.

 

Don't think he'd be interested though.

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Cheers Kivo, im used to the negs as it happens turns out its the same sad rumbles ever time. They all believe we should eternally kiss Milan's ring and we should all back DJ.

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He earns far more doing his analysis on Al Jazeera than we could ever give to him.

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He'd need some backing - like any manager - and I don't think that is going to be forthcoming for whoever is in the job.

 

Don't think he's a bad suggestion (I did neg you), but I think he is a very unrealistic one as things currently stand.

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He earns far more doing his analysis on Al Jazeera than we could ever give to him.

I personally feel its an offer and a challenge he wouldn't be able to refuse.

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Glenn Hoddle has been retired from football management longer than Tony Blair has been retired from running our country. Hope that brings some perspective to this ridiculous suggestion.

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with our midfield would Hoddle play a diamond light formation?

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Would Hoddle get the time he needed tho. I think he'd want to play a certain way and I don't think we've currently got the players to play that way

Or the supporters to be patient enough to give him time for this to take effect.

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No he's like a doddery old man Have you heard him as a pundit, hasn't got a clue about what he's just watched

I agree he's perhaps not the most natural media pundit BUT to suggest he doesn't have a clue is crazy. Always insightful and tactical spot on.

Would have a clear vision.

If he has the appetite, and is willing it come, he'd be my first choice.

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Glenn Hoddle has been retired from football management longer than Tony Blair has been retired from running our country. Hope that brings some perspective to this ridiculous suggestion.

Maybe, but Hoddle has remained in football and has such a deep understanding of it that the time spent away from management wouldn't be an issue

 

I still maintain however he'd walk into a premiership job if he wanted to

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Tell Mancini turning Wednesday into a PL team will make him the SPECIAL ONE as we have no money and no idea.

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Merson said when Hoddle was England manager he would get frustrated because they could not do as he asked. He was calling for a pass of particular direction and trajectory and Merson could not do it and nor could anyone else. Hoddle ran over and showed them exactly what he meant with a 'worldly' pass.

Can you imagine his frustrations with our players?

His expectations would be too high and his tactics too complex for our motley crew.

RIP Glenn Hoddle then.

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