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Dennis bergkamp

dennis bergkamp

dennis bergkamp

 

or Gary Megson

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Lets hope it's Barry Bannan !!!

Make a few quid on the odds to get sacked on Christmas eve. !!!

Bit of a downward alphabet trend going on there lol

 

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7 minutes ago, Waddle Wonderland 85 said:

Dennis Bergkamp

 

Just been sacked from Ajax, he'd certainly want us playing a decent brand of attacking football.

Spent a lot of time coaching in the Ajax youth academy, which is one of the best in the world so he'll have an eye for young talent.

Was rumoured to be interested in the Reading job a few years back so the championship isn't beneath him.

He'd definitely command the players respect.

It would be a gamble but I'd rather have him than any of the usual suspects that get branded around as soon as a manager gets the boot! 

 

Total football at hillsborough!

Bring it on!

 

Plays with pace, width and a 433. I'd definitely take him.

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3 minutes ago, FreshOwl said:

Roy Keane would be a disaster and end in tears. Mick would play worse football than Carlos but he wouldn’t take any bobbar and we’d be hard to beat. My choice would be Dean Smith 

Dean Smith is a coach, surrounded by an outstanding recruitment process.

 

Can you see any issues here with what is set up at Sheffield Wednesday?

 

Carlos leaving is the right decision, but fans are in for a big shock if they think a new manager, whichever cab on the rank it is, will sort this out. Carlos wasn't the major issue here. The club just is not functioning correctly, and Carlos is the Lee Harvey Oswald in all this. 

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1 minute ago, vulva said:

Dean Smith is a coach, surrounded by an outstanding recruitment process.

 

Can you see any issues here with what is set up at Sheffield Wednesday?

 

Carlos leaving is the right decision, but fans are in for a big shock if they think a new manager, whichever cab on the rank it is, will sort this out.  wasn't the major issue here. The club just is not functioning correctly, and Carlos is the Lee Harvey Oswald in all this. 

His recruitment and tactics installed means he’s rightfully taking the slack. It wasn’t a needle in a haystack situation. He’s largely to blame for this season 

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Good job it's not up to owlstalk to vote for or appoint the new man. Just fear that Chansiri and his advisers knowledge about football is far less than some of us on here. Surely we need someone with Championship experience but we should stay clear of the usual suspects with multiple sackings or leftfield appointments? Personally I think it's a job ideal for someone like Dean Smith or Slavisa Jokanovic. We need exciting attacking football back but we also need a serious rebuild on and off the pitch. For those reasons and other reasons, someone like Smith or Jokanovic would be ideal and smart choices.

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Jesus H.....what a bloody uninspiring list.

 

Which makes the decision not to replace Carlos last summer, when we could virtually have had our pick, all the more a bad one.

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Didn’t know Paul Hurst was a Wednesday fan as well. Would love for him to be given a crack at it. 

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Please not karanka :carlosswfc: I can’t take any more mind numbing football. 

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I rekon DC will have this lined up already

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Pearson is a roaster from the top rack, he would be a dreadful choice 

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20 minutes ago, MOwl said:

 

Plays with pace, width and a 433. I'd definitely take him.

So would i. Give his rest of season

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I've always got the impression that your jokanovics and your smiths are good coaches in good set ups, where they work with players given to them. For me I'd like to see someone who's really experienced enough to get the set up right behind the scenes and won't take any less. As much as we've spent we're still a club with a very poor injury and rehabilitation side (if any) and an estate agent who was our number 2. For me a Pulis or even a McCarthey wouldn't accept our set up as it is.

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Could see someone coming in from the Belgian or Dutch leagues.Probably someone we've not really heard of but at this point we have to take the chance as we were going nowhere.

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