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Not Pulis FFS!

 

It will just be boring, dour negative hoof ball!

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4 minutes ago, IstillhateSteveBould said:

It’d be 442, Fletcher and Nuhiu up front every week. Bypass midfield. % football.

 

Jesus Christ. 

 

I used to like 4 4 2.

 

Not anymore, it's history.

 

The best teams play 4 3 3.

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Pulis or Coleman 

 

its like a choice between - Sheffield united winning the premier league or Leeds united winning the champions league 

 

why are these name even under consideration 

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Get ready for the return of anti-football. 

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I would be seriously peed off if any of the following got the job:

 

Pulis

Megson

Coleman

Bullen

Rowett

Zola

Monk

Karanka

Cook

Pearson

Moyes

Pardew

Holloway

Allardyce

Keane

 

Would approve of:

 

Stendel

van Bronckhorst

Hughton

 

Just for the record.

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Coleman into favourite, Bullen drifting as is Zola, let's be reight, they've no idea and we're no better.

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Just now, Nigel Farage said:

Get ready for the return of anti-football. 

 

Steady on M.

 

We haven't appointed Pullis yet. :ph34r:

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1 hour ago, Dronfield Blue said:

 

I used to like 4 4 2.

 

Not anymore, it's history.

 

The best teams play 4 3 3.

 

GVB favours 4-3-3, wish we'd show some ambition and forward thinking by going for Gio or someone similar, rather than settling for the usual failures that would have been decent several years ago.

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1 minute ago, Fast Forward said:

I would be seriously peed off if any of the following got the job:

 

Pulis

Megson

Coleman

Bullen

Rowett

Zola

Monk

Karanka

Cook

Pearson

Moyes

Pardew

Holloway

Allardyce

Keane

 

Would approve of:

 

Stendel

van Bronckhorst

Hughton

 

Just for the record.

Hughton has said does not want job and we are looking for somebody who has managed on domestic scene. So Stendel your choice what about Cowley?

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1 minute ago, The Night-Owl said:

 

GVB favours 4-3-3, wish we'd show some ambition and forward thinking by going for Gio or someone similar, rather than settling for the usual failures that would have been decent several years ago.

Really can't see GVB joining us after his success at Feyenoord it's not worth the risk on his part.

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1 hour ago, s6 owl said:

Really can't see GVB joining us after his success at Feyenoord it's not worth the risk on his part.

 

Aye, it does seem unlikely but some high profile names have come to the Championship recently. It's worth a try and it would show some ambition to go for someone like that, rather than going for the underwhelming typical names.

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3 minutes ago, Quist said:

Hughton has said does not want job and we are looking for somebody who has managed on domestic scene. So Stendel your choice what about Cowley?

 

100%

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7 minutes ago, Fast Forward said:

I would be seriously peed off if any of the following got the job:

 

Pulis

Megson

Coleman

Bullen

Rowett

Zola

Monk

Karanka

Cook

Pearson

Moyes

Pardew

Holloway

Allardyce

Keane

 

Would approve of:

 

Stendel

van Bronckhorst

Hughton

 

Just for the record.

 

I think you will be peed off given that two of them have no chance 

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Van Bronkhorst and Gattuso are two of the craziest names I’ve seen mentioned.

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16 minutes ago, IstillhateSteveBould said:

It’d be 442, Fletcher and Nuhiu up front every week. Bypass midfield. % football.

 

Jesus Christ. 

 

Really would be an awful choice. I know quite a few Boro fans and they couldn’t stand him. They where so please they missed out on the play offs which meant be left. 

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If Pulis does his press conference in a cap i’m setting fire to all my old programmes. 

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Just sent one of my mates who’s a Boro fan a message saying Pulis is being heavily linked. He replied with a voice message with no words just laughing. 

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5 minutes ago, The Night-Owl said:

 

Aye, it does seem unlikely but some high profile names have come to the Championship recently. It's worth a try and it would show some ambition to go for someone like that, rather than going for the underwhelming typical names.

He's only at the start of his managerial career and has already had success at feyenoord it's not worth the risk on his part to go abroad and join a championship side like us. 

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Pulis is the type you bring in after someone’s made a mess at a club. After a Jos or a Zola for example. Like a Mick McCarthy. Comes in steadies the ship and makes you solid again.

 

We've already had Bruce do that. He’s laid the foundations, now we need to kick on. We need someone who can bring the fans together and get the club heading forward again. Positive, attacking football with a manager who has a vision on how to get the best out of our attacking players.

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If we really have to get a Welsh manager or someone from near my town, then why not take a punt on Michael Flynn? A manager on the rise, making a name for himself, instead of someone on the decline like Pulis or Coleman. Flynn would at least show some forward thinking. Personally would rather a more high profile name and younger manager on the rise, I hope we show a lot more ambition and forward thinking, than is being suggested.

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