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6 minutes ago, mark.flem said:

YES PLEASE

1. David Wagner (I can dream)

2. Chris Hughton

3. Paul Cook

 

NO THANKS

1. Nigel Pearson

2. Gianfranco Zola

3. Tony Pulis

1 Hughton

2 Meggo and Sheridan

3 Cook or Monk

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I've just read through the list of EFL championship club managers past and present on the link below.

It's depressing trying to find one that you would want at swfc.

Interesting that Bruce is down as having left on 15th July 

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_EFL_Championship_managers

 

Still would like to see Hughton. A proven experienced championship manager with Premiership experience and probably loads of good contacts..

Hopefully DC will be able to persuade him.

 

 

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Of the ones linked 

 

Yes

Hughton

Cowley

Arteta

 

No

Almost everyone else linked especially Zola

 

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2 hours ago, beloved_aunt said:

Why is Sol Campbell not being touted at all?  Lots of the "golden generation" now coming in and doing good jobs and he performed wonders at Macclesfield.  Also great contacts (got Andy Cole in as finishing coach for example).

 

I'm sure he's sitting at home outraged that he's not the bookies favorite

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Posted (edited)

In

 

Steve Watson

Jurgen Klinnsman

Mark Hughes

 

Out

 

Pullis

anybody foreign (apart from Klinnsman)

McLaren

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Posted (edited)

1. Hughton

2. Lee johnson

3. Stendel

 

1. Houghton

2. Hewton

3. Hughten

 

 

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Have just spent a few minutes looking at the managers of the teams reaching the playoffs in the last 5 seasons. The statistics are quite revealing. For around 2/3, it was with the first championship side they'd managed (though not necessarily in the first season). About 1/3 had got a team into the play-offs before. The handful who'd done neither had win percentages of at least 39% with their last clubs. In other words, it seems to be very rare for managers to go from doing averagely at one club after another in this division to suddenly getting a team into the top 6.

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Top 3

 

Ryan Giggs - would bring us some profile as a club and has a lot of links to Man Utd - Could give us the same sort of profile as Lampard gave to Derby last season

Gary Rowett - A great manager at this level and proved at Birmingham what he could do with a mediocre team, would get us paying well and with only a little investment by DC could make us realistic top 6 team.

Paul Cook - Has over achieved at every team he has been at and left them in a better place and often league than when he started, taken Wigan as far as he can and The Owls would be the step up for him to try and achieve that promotion.

 

Manager I don't ant Zola, Pullis, Mcclaren or any manager with no experience of playing or managing in England - our league are completely different to others in the Europe and to bring in a manager with no experience of the league with no much money to spend and only 3 weeks before the season starts would be asking for trouble.

 

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1 Honest Harry. Rednapp

2 Sam the bung Allardyce

3 George back hander Graham

3 to cost us a few £. :ph34r:

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1 minute ago, ZicoSterland2 said:

1 Honest Harry. Rednapp

2 Sam the bung Allardyce

3 George back hander Graham

3 to cost us a few £. :ph34r:

4. Allegedly monk

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1 hour ago, emersonthome said:

 

I'm sure he's sitting at home outraged that he's not the bookies favorite

He’d come in and moan he wasnt being considered for chairman

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1. Gary Megson

2. The Ginger Genius

3. HIM

 

 

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Seems that nearly everyone (me included) gives a massive no to Zola so just to wee wee everyone off hes 2/1 favourite at the moment 

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3 hours ago, Hitcat said:

 

GVB

Arteta

Cook

 

In that order.

I don’t think you had even heard of GVB up to 2 days ago.

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11 minutes ago, fatzooma said:

I don’t think you had even heard of GVB up to 2 days ago.

I still haven’t though  I’d rather have van Helsing at the moment. 

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51 minutes ago, fatzooma said:

I don’t think you had even heard of GVB up to 2 days ago.

 

Bit rich coming from someone who's only heard of John Sheridan.

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1. GVB

 

2. AVB

 

3. COULDBEANYBODY.

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6 hours ago, Mr Farrell said:

We need brothers as Managers. It's the way forward.

 

My choices below:

 

1. The Cowley Brothers

2. The Righteous Brothers

3. The Neville Brothers

4 . The Brownlee Brothers

5. The Isley Brothers

Don't forget the Charlton and Attenborough brothers as well. lol

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