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Just now, Devonstrix said:

Colin seemed to get on well with the Cardiff owner who is also supposedly not the full load. Maybe Keane and DC would get on. He couldn’t possibly be any worse than Pulis or Monk


Vincent Tan calmed down a bit from the early days to be fair to him. Took a bit more of a backseat and appointed a CEO to help run the club. 

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25 minutes ago, SallyCinnamon said:

Pulis lasted 10 games. Keane would last 5. Pulis said he’d be honest with the chairman and how did that end? 
 

Be a disastrous appointment 


Keane would be sacked after the first training session. Would be scrapping with hutch and westy 

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23 minutes ago, Quist said:

I could not believe hat any one in right mind would think DC and Roy Keane could work together. Could end in murder.

 

That's why I want it to happen :ph34r:

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18 minutes ago, areNOTwhatTHEYseem said:

 

And you reckon Chansiri told the whole truth about why he sacked Pulis?

 

:duntmatter:

 

Doesn't matter whether he told the truth or not. Pulis was the worst manager in our history.

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I can just see it now.

 

DC: "I want you to be honest with me Roy".

 

RK: "You're a useless c**t & shouldn't be anywhere near a football club".

 

DC: Bye Roy.

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He seems pretty content doing his punditry. His comments from his high horse are pretty entertaining sometimes too

 

I think he only said he was interested in management again is due to the celtic job potentially being available soon. Can't see him taking a job that requires actual work 

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1 minute ago, Hitcat said:

Doesn't matter whether he told the truth or not. Pulis was the worst manager in our history.

 

It does matter though, as similar will probably happen again if he brings in another experienced manager who refuses to take his sh*t.

 

Similar to the way that Bruce wanted out as soon as possible once he realised what he was dealing with, too.

 

What we think of Pulis is irrelevant, really.

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1 minute ago, areNOTwhatTHEYseem said:

 

It does matter though, as similar will probably happen again if he brings in another experienced manager who refuses to take his sh*t.

 

Similar to the way that Bruce wanted out as soon as possible once he realised what he was dealing with, too.

 

What we think of Pulis is irrelevant, really.

 

There's no reason not to believe what Chansiri said about Pulis. Why make up a load of stuff about his character when he could easily have just sacked him for being absolutely dog. Which he was. Absolute total and utter turd.

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41 minutes ago, abdiwonderland said:

I personally think he would be a great choice. DC arks on about just wanting someone who will be honest with him, Keane will be as honest with him as it gets.

 

Commands respect, contacts in the game and knows his stuff. 

 

Id love Roy Keane here as manager. 

No chance, great sky pundit and knows his stuff but easier said than done, contacts in the game mean nothing, money talks these days, I very much doubt his man management skills too. 

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3 minutes ago, Hitcat said:

There's no reason not to believe what Chansiri said about Pulis. Why make up a load of stuff about his character when he could easily have just sacked him for being absolutely dog. Which he was. Absolute total and utter turd.

 

Maybe because he felt personally affronted by Pulis' refusal to engage with his 'football advisor'.

 

His half-hour character assassination went way beyond professional norms, didn't it? Almost as if Chansiri felt disrespected and was determined to have his revenge on Pulis?

 

The sacking wasn't about Pulis' performance as manager, as you say.

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Keane completely spoiled the reputation he’d built up at Sunderland when he went to Ipswich.

 

Just alienated loads of players and couldn’t grasp that they weren’t as good as his Sunderland team. So much so he signed loads of his old players from Sunderland for more, which he’s admitted since, than they were worth. 
 

 

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2 minutes ago, areNOTwhatTHEYseem said:

 

Maybe because he felt personally affronted by Pulis' refusal to engage with his 'football advisor'.

 

His half-hour character assassination went way beyond professional norms, didn't it? Almost as if Chansiri felt disrespected and was determined to have his revenge on Pulis?

 

The sacking wasn't about Pulis' performance as manager, as you say.

 

It was a combination of Pulis' inability to get anything out of the squad, woeful football and even worse results. His half-hour character assassination actually leads me to believe Chansiri rather than Pulis. Maybe Chansiri didn't want to engage with the dreadful list of players that Pulis had concocted?

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I like Roy Keane as a pundit and his dry humour.

People call Sam Hutchinson a warrior never saw Roy Keane, he was a colossus of a player.

Does not have a terrible record as a manager or a very good one either.

Just don't think he would have man management skills to be a success at Wednesday and we would be looking for another boss before fans are let back in.

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1 minute ago, Hitcat said:

It was a combination of Pulis' inability to get anything out of the squad, woeful football and even worse results. His half-hour character assassination actually leads me to believe Chansiri rather than Pulis. Maybe Chansiri didn't want to engage with the dreadful list of players that Pulis had concocted?

 

Fair enough.

 

Clearly we've heard different things on the matter, so there's little point going back and forth on it.

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2 minutes ago, areNOTwhatTHEYseem said:

 

Fair enough.

 

Clearly we've heard different things on the matter, so there's little point going back and forth on it.

 

Clearly we have. 

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When was the last time he was in management? His name always seems to be in the hat every time a championship manager gets sacked yet never ends up in a job. 
 

He seems pretty content on sky sports, although micah Richards would probably disagree 

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DC was talking out of his @rse. He doesn't want honesty, he wants a lap dog. Someone who will take what's given to him without questioning it. Keane is the polar opposite of that.

 

It's looking pretty clear now that we are probably going to entrust what could be the remainder of the most pivotal season in our history to NT. That's almost certainly because the candidates willing to work under a combination of our position and DC's batsh!t craziness are extremely limited......

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43 minutes ago, Devonstrix said:

Colin seemed to get on well with the Cardiff owner who is also supposedly not the full load. Maybe Keane and DC would get on. He couldn’t possibly be any worse than Pulis or Monk

Don’t understand why we set the bar at Monk??

Any managers ok because they can’t be as bad as Monk ....

Why do we want to play attacking football? We never did under Monk.....

When our inexperienced, naive, appallingly advised Chairman who is bereft of any emotional intelligence whatsoever is discussed, I seriously worry about the future of our club. 
When our supporters ambition sinks to the level of, “it’s ok as long as it’s no worse than Monk “ I despair 

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