Replacement for Rodgers?

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Willlow

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So who do people want as a replacement to BR?
 

Miles Away

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So who do people want as a replacement to BR?
Mate, a ****ing lamppost. Paul Ince. A plate of spaghetti.

You can’t surely be readying yourself for “reactionaries, the lot of you” argument after the start we’ve made and the way we’ve ended last season.

What gives you any confidence, after this performance, that the club is in good hands in the dugout?
 

Willlow

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Mate, a ****ing lamppost.

You can’t surely be readying yourself for “reactionaries, the lot of you” argument after the start we’ve made and the way we’ve ended last season.

What gives you any confidence, after this performance, that the club is in good hands in the dugout?
It’s a genuine question. If BR is to go, which is becoming more likely, who do we want in?
 

FOX Franks

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It’s a genuine question. If BR is to go, which is becoming more likely, who do we want in?
I don’t know exactly who this is, but wouldn’t it be great to get a manager that made a sub and you thought “well, that appears to make sense”
Or one that identifies a problem, and we see some actual improvement on that problem? Or one that accepts that he has no argument when, accepting funds are short, does not somehow make the team notably worse?
 

Miles Away

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It’s a genuine question. If BR is to go, which is becoming more likely, who do we want in?
Honestly. I really, genuinely think Dyche would give these lads a well needed kicking. Never his biggest fan, but his attributes are what we need and we don’t have a lot of funds, he’s available.

Set piece specialist, gets a tune out of his players available, creates a siege mentality, doesn’t suffer fools, used to working with a tight budget.

Practical measures.
 

Willlow

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I don’t know exactly who this is, but wouldn’t it be great to get a manager that made a sub and you thought “well, that appears to make sense”
Or one that identifies a problem, and we see some actual improvement on that problem? Or one that accepts that he has no argument when, accepting funds are short, does not somehow make the team notably worse?

Fair comment, based on your comments I think Dyche would tick a lot of those boxes.
 

SilverFox

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I don’t know exactly who this is, but wouldn’t it be great to get a manager that made a sub and you thought “well, that appears to make sense”
Or one that identifies a problem, and we see some actual improvement on that problem? Or one that accepts that he has no argument when, accepting funds are short, does not somehow make the team notably worse?
Benitez ticked these boxes during his Newcastle tenure. I’m not saying long term, but to steady the ship it wouldn’t be the worst thing.
 

popillius

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Dyche would do a decent job of steadying the ship with what we have available.

I'd like us to have a go at getting Steve Cooper in.
 

Orifice

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The Vardy/Evans caretaker set-up.
Can't wait.
 

Willlow

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Dyche would do a decent job of steadying the ship with what we have available.

I'd like us to have a go at getting Steve Cooper in.

Cooper will be a flop soon… can’t keep getting lucky
 
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