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1 minute ago, Dronfield Blue said:

 

That was said by someone ITK on here, so no, they didn't say that.

 

Ah ok.  I stand corrected.

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I have a bit of a problem with people saying saying our players are unmanageable unless your a big name

 

Football is all about tactics, skill, organisation and communication

 

These guys have a damn good CV when it comes to the above

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1 hour ago, Owl999 said:

The difference is Wilder assembled that side, a PE teacher coming into a dressing room of millionaire footballers , some who have played at international level is not  going to work .

Yeah you're right.

 

I mean...........an interpreter working in foorball for instance, would be a completely ludicrous choice as a manager wouldn't they? 

 

Even if that interpreter went on to become one of the most successful manager's of the modern era.

 

But you're right, let's not take any kind of a chance on being proved wrong.

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1 hour ago, cain said:

Yeah, really........United gambled on a lower league manager who was getting promotion after promotion.....Look what it’s done for them

 

 

 

Wilder had one FL promotion before he joined the pigs

 

From league 2 to 1 with Northampton

 

He had also won promtoion to the FL from the conference with Oxford

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2 minutes ago, scram said:

 

 

Wilder had one FL promotion before he joined the pigs

 

From league 2 to 1 with Northampton

 

He had also won promtoion to the FL from the conference with Oxford

Still twice as many promotions then any of our recent managers

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1 hour ago, mattitheowl said:

It's one thing overachieving at a small club with no expectations, to being able to manage one the size of Wednesday, with the expectations of our fans and the ego's in our squad.

Can't agree more bud and has been my general response everytime people harp on about these guys. 

You cannot deny they've done really well, but look what happened when everyone's favourite of old Hurst moved up to this level. 

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7 minutes ago, cain said:

Still twice as many promotions then any of our recent managers

 

Hardly "countless" though

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1 hour ago, sternlad said:

Mmmm...wasn’t Howard Wilkinson a former PE teacher? Abbeydale Grange as was?

It was Abbeydale grammar at the time. He was Head Boy and was about 4 years in front of me. (Not as Head Boy). He was PE Teacher for a while.

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16 minutes ago, cain said:

Still twice as many promotions then any of our recent managers

Who is this  " our  " piggymf  lol 

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1 hour ago, 1867_OWL said:

What a ridiculous post!

 

Wednesday played great today regardless of it being a 1-0 loss Millwall never let teams naturally play football it's all about thuggery! It seems as if the lads are gelling nicely it was obvious the attempt to take Keiran lee out of the game.

 

Play like that against any of the top teams we will win the majority.

 

It's only 3 games in the signs are there fo a good season.

 

#Beleive 

 

WAWAW

 

We didnt play well...

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And there's goals there. Wonder if they have strikers or if the goals are evenly distributed. If the latter then bonus. Yep indeed this guy might have the knack required. 

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I think the Cowleys should be mooving over to our field soon.

 

:biggrin:   boom tish

 

Yes I am here all week,

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They deserve a shot at something a bit further up the table whether that be with us or not I feel like someone will gamble on them soon

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1 hour ago, Dronfield Blue said:

We will miss out on them, guaranteed.

 

We will if we dont act fast . Odds on Udders will will be considering them .

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I'd probably stick with Bullen, but if we were going external then Danny Cowley would be the top of my (realistic) list.  He, along with his brother and management team, have performed absolute miracles and not just at Lincoln.

 

Took Concord Rangers from the Essex Senior League with crowds of less than 50 to the National League South, that's three promotions.  Then went to Braintree and took one of the only part time teams into the division into the playoffs, and finally Lincoln taking them from National League to top of League 1.

 

Could he work with highly paid players?  Don't know but I'd rather him than one of the merry go round managers that keep getting linked that have already proved they can't work with any footballers.   I know he has a reputation for long ball football, but that is a bit harsh and he adapts his style of play to the players he has and the opponents they are playing.

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The cOWLeys were born to be Wednesday managers. But it won’t happen.

 

We’ll stay in this status quo and end up with some bloke called Francis Rossi. And I don’t mean the musician 

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I know I keep banging the drum, but it’s an absolute no-brainer that we should be going all out to get the Cowleys to Hillsborough... it’s actually starting to frustrate me knowing that we’re not pursuing them and that another team will grab them very soon.

 

In football, and in life, you’ve got to grab opportunities, and I can’t think of a manager in the lower leagues since Wilder that is so obviously something special that hasn’t yet been picked-up...

 

And there’s  people actually saying that Bullen should be left to tread water week-to-week just because he’s a well-liked man.

 

”Yes, but today wasn’t Bullen’s fault.” - I’m not talking about today. I’m not talking about the next game (I think we’ll beat Luton with Bullen), I’m taking about 30 games down the road when the bigger picture has unraveled.

 

We’ve had a decent start to the season because we’ve got a decent team (thanks to Bruce’s philosophy), not because of our caretaker manager.

 

Chansiri - go and get the Cowleys before it’s too late.

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3 minutes ago, standerino said:

 

In football, and in life, you’ve got to grab opportunities, and I can’t think of a manager in the lower leagues since Wilder that is so obviously something special that hasn’t yet been picked-up...

 

 

Wilder wasn't "special" - he had gained one promotion from league two to league one before he joined the pigs

 

Lots of managers have such a record

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Biggs tweeted this a couple of weeks ago regarding Cowley. 

 

 

 

 

 

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