Jump to content
Lord Snooty

Poll: Who do you want as next manager...?

Who do YOU want for the next Sheffield Wednesday Manager?  

1,072 members have voted

You do not have permission to vote in this poll, or see the poll results. Please sign in or register to vote in this poll.

Recommended Posts

16 minutes ago, BARMYARMY2010 said:

Prior to the article about him from the national bbc football page,had you heard of him and what he had "achieved" ?

 

I've not seen that article but will have a read.

I'd heard of him as I'm a football nerd but what's not to like that since 2011 -

3 promotions 

1 cup win 

And the biggest thing for me holding there own in europa league.

 

Who on the list has had as much success over the last few years?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Where's Nathan Jones on that list....I see Luton bagged what is for them a fairly standard 5 away again in their last game 

  • Thanks 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

For me, I'd like to see either a Hurst, Smith, Monk or Megson.

 

I am interested in Fonseca but there is risk there, as with any manager new to English football.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
36 minutes ago, Mishowl said:

I don't think knowing the club is important I simply said that because that seems to be the justification for wanting Bullen and I certainly don't need to explain myself to you. Did Jack Charlton or Big Ron or Paul Sturrock or Carlos for that matter know the club? 

 

I know Pearson CAN do it because he's done it before. I never said he WILL / WOULD  do it. 

 

So Bullen was just doing as he was told? Don't be silly. If Bullen had played for us no one would give him a second thought. 

I never said you had to ecplain youself to me. For heavens sake its a discussion forum.

Presumably you meant if Bullen hadn't played for us. 

Do you do what your boss tells you even if you think he/she is wrong or do just do what you think even if your boss is standing watching?

Happy New Year.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
22 minutes ago, Ian said:

Where's Nathan Jones on that list....I see Luton bagged what is for them a fairly standard 5 away again in their last game 

 

Ian

Just posted about a similar topic...

 

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

For me it is Pearson all the way but if we can't get his family to move then the other choice is a bit left field.

 

Ryan Giggs was an amazing player who I feel with the right club will be a better manager, he demand respect from players who play for him, the youth at the club will look up to him and want to perform for him, he has a lot of contacts and players will want to come and play for him. Add to that the Manchester United will be happy for their best young players to come to us to improve then and us. for me it would be a great signing if we could sell the club to him.

 

This season is not gone and can still be saved but the club structure and ethos can not be changed over night so the chairman and the club need to get behind him and in 12-18 month we could be a Premieship team but with a premiership structure behind it

  • Agree 1
  • Disagree 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
29 minutes ago, coopswfc76 said:

 

I've not seen that article but will have a read.

I'd heard of him as I'm a football nerd but what's not to like that since 2011 -

3 promotions 

1 cup win 

And the biggest thing for me holding there own in europa league.

 

Who on the list has had as much success over the last few years?

I'll take your word with regards to "I've not seen that article but will have a read"(prior to me reading it,i don't even remember him as a player over here) if being a football nerd consists of swedish third division teams/managers,then perhaps i'll have to become "nerdy like" and scour scandinavian,south american,russian,chinese,azerbaijani etc leagues just in case some guy has had a few good years.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

If I was in Chansiri's shoes then I'd be going for Dean Smith

 

Its an appointment which doesn't rock the boat, will have a far more attractive brand of football and will not require a major player overhaul.

 

I think Smith would fit the likes of Bannan, Wallace, Forestieri (when fit) and Hooper.

 

Dare I say it - I think Smith would get more from this squad than Carvalhal has managed.

  • Agree 2

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
9 minutes ago, room0035 said:

For me it is Pearson all the way but if we can't get his family to move then the other choice is a bit left field.

 

Ryan Giggs was an amazing player who I feel with the right club will be a better manager, he demand respect from players who play for him, the youth at the club will look up to him and want to perform for him, he has a lot of contacts and players will want to come and play for him. Add to that the Manchester United will be happy for their best young players to come to us to improve then and us. for me it would be a great signing if we could sell the club to him.

 

This season is not gone and can still be saved but the club structure and ethos can not be changed over night so the chairman and the club need to get behind him and in 12-18 month we could be a Premieship team but with a premiership structure behind it

We could become Salford FC 's feeder club eventually lol

  • Haha 2

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Paulo Di Canio would be a total car crash of an appointment 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
11 minutes ago, room0035 said:

For me it is Pearson all the way but if we can't get his family to move then the other choice is a bit left field.

 

Ryan Giggs was an amazing player who I feel with the right club will be a better manager, he demand respect from players who play for him, the youth at the club will look up to him and want to perform for him, he has a lot of contacts and players will want to come and play for him. Add to that the Manchester United will be happy for their best young players to come to us to improve then and us. for me it would be a great signing if we could sell the club to him.

 

This season is not gone and can still be saved but the club structure and ethos can not be changed over night so the chairman and the club need to get behind him and in 12-18 month we could be a Premieship team but with a premiership structure behind it

Sorry room0035,can't buy into the Giggs "love" that some on here have. 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
2 minutes ago, BARMYARMY2010 said:

Sorry room0035,can't buy into the Giggs "love" that some on here have. 

i want Pearson I watched him as a kid, the last Captain to win anything, he would bring the club and fans together and personally has the best CV of everyone linked, the Owls link is the last piece in the puzzle.

 

But other than him we go for a been there done it in a Clough or a young up and comer in Hurst but I also remember the disaster that was Danny Wilson's reign when the senior players did not respect this up and coming manager.

 

Giggs has a rare quality to have such respect and also the footballing contacts, the media and the public love him but we would struggle to get him. He has personal issues as we see in the papers but I feel we would be a good match for him and him for us. But we will find out in the coming weeks.

 

At the back of my mind though I can see DC going for the cheap option and keeping Bully.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
10 minutes ago, steveger said:

Paulo Di Canio would be a total car crash of an appointment 

A real Italian Car Crash ............:ph34r: Agree there pal.......

CarAccidents.jpg

Edited by OWLERTON GHOST
  • Haha 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
20 minutes ago, A12owl said:

I never said you had to ecplain youself to me. For heavens sake its a discussion forum.

Presumably you meant if Bullen hadn't played for us. 

Do you do what your boss tells you even if you think he/she is wrong or do just do what you think even if your boss is standing watching?

Happy New Year.

I don't think football is the same as any other industry though. I would assume, unless Carlos was running a dictatorship, Bullen's coaching methods and ideas about team selection / tactics were part of the overall piece. 

 

I've got absolutely nothing against Bullen as a bloke I just don't think he is ready for the top job.

 

Happy New Year.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
1 minute ago, room0035 said:

i want Pearson I watched him as a kid, the last Captain to win anything, he would bring the club and fans together and personally has the best CV of everyone linked, the Owls link is the last piece in the puzzle.Absolutely spot on.

 

But other than him we go for a been there done it in a Clough or a young up and comer in Hurst but I also remember the disaster that was Danny Wilson's reign when the senior players did not respect this up and coming manager.

 

Giggs has a rare quality to have such respect and also the footballing contacts, the media and the public love him but we would struggle to get him. He has personal issues as we see in the papers but I feel we would be a good match for him and him for us. But we will find out in the coming weeks.This is the bit that puzzles me, most ex-players have contacts,i would suggest Waddle has better contacts,being a travelled ex player,(not suggesting for a minute he become manager) i also wouldn't be so sure on the "public love him bit",a no managerial experience guy,is IMO not what we need right now.

 

At the back of my mind though I can see DC going for the cheap option and keeping Bully.Would that short termism, to allow Mr Chairman to find the right guy,really be that bad of an option ? 

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I've got no time for Pearson. He's got a mixed record, and tends to have never 'roughed it' at clubs with no money. He also never speaks highly of us, so forget the 'one of our own' romanticism. 

 

Added to that he's a bit weird. Reminds me of Mr O'Reilly, PE teacher at Myers Grove in the 80s.

  • Haha 2

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
9 minutes ago, CEOwl said:

I've got no time for Pearson. He's got a mixed record, and tends to have never 'roughed it' at clubs with no money. He also never speaks highly of us, so forget the 'one of our own' romanticism. 

 

Added to that he's a bit weird. Reminds me of Mr O'Reilly, PE teacher at Myers Grove in the 80s.

Yes I was a Myers boy too saw O'Reilly a few years later after leaving down town with a lass young enough to be his daughter.

 

Mr Barlow and Farmer Giles where my two favourite teachers there

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now

×
×
  • Create New...