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Who will be SWFC manager next season?

Who will be SWFC manager next season?  

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I'm curious what everyone else's gut feeling is.

 

I think we'll probably stay up purely because there will be three teams who are somehow worse than us. That will mean Jos has succeeded in doing what he was brought in to do and he'll therefore be our manager next season. Ideally I'd like for him to keep us up then we recruit someone with promotions in English football on their CV. A Steve Bruce or [insert your favourite successful Championship manager]. If Jos leaves I feel like it'll be another manager with no English football experience but some foreign football promotions.

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Another left field appointment probably. 

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Can't see Jos staying, think it would be a mistake (like retaining CC this season).

 

Expect someone we have to Google, unless DC learns his lesson.

 

Mccarthy will be available, as will Pardew most likely  (linked before and nobody else  in the premier league will touch him now). Hurst will most likely be managing in the championship next season and brings a winning mentality and promotion experience.

 

Not advocating any of these in particular, just highlighting examples closer to home if DC will open his eyes and recognise the value of experience in this league. Aside from wolves who bought promotion, all other top 6 teams have managers with experience of english  leagues (and mostly british)

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I’d have Irvine back over this joker at the minute 

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Someone from doyen..or undercover connected

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Think - Jos

Want - a proven manager from the Championship 

 

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It will be Jos. I don’t want it to be though. 

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A sexy sounding foreigner with a good record of promotion in the Greek leagues.

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Wonder if Chansiri fancies a go?

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No Steve Bruce, Mick McCarthy or even Schteve McLaren would touch the job at Wednesday IMO.

 

No manager who is their own man will come.

 

If its not still Jos it will be another foreign "coach" (manager??) we have never heard of.

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1 minute ago, Bouncing Owl said:

Wonder if Chansiri fancies a go?

 

I think he probably already is having a go.

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Surely the chairman can't make the same mistake he made last close season with Carlos can he?

 

Jos needs showing the door the minute the season is over.

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Just now, erowl said:

Surely the chairman can't make the same mistake he made last close season with Carlos can he?

 

Jos needs showing the door the minute the season is over.

Why wait that long?

 

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5 minutes ago, CrosbyKitchens said:

Why wait that long?

 

 

lolI agree!!

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By all accounts his contract is longer than this season, so I think (unless he walks) he'll still be around next season.

 

Even if he's sacked, Chansiri seems to think that European coaches are the answer, so it will most likely be another little known import.

 

My own feel is that at this level, a manager who knows the EFL is the way ahead. Either an English manager or an overseas one who has a few years wotking in the EFL. Very few teams in The Championship have foreign managers / coaches in their first EFL job.

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47 minutes ago, Wednesday-Wonderland said:

I'm curious what everyone else's gut feeling is.

 

I think we'll probably stay up purely because there will be three teams who are somehow worse than us. That will mean Jos has succeeded in doing what he was brought in to do and he'll therefore be our manager next season. Ideally I'd like for him to keep us up then we recruit someone with promotions in English football on their CV. A Steve Bruce or [insert your favourite successful Championship manager]. If Jos leaves I feel like it'll be another manager with no English football experience but some foreign football promotions.

It will probably be Chansiri

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Just now, MalagaOwl said:

It will probably be Chansiri

Think it is now

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