|| posted on 29-11-2007 at 23:23
TBH mate, no, I'm not convinced... Fantastic job done at Pompey and West Ham, even Bournemouth, but I'd put him in the Alladyce camp, good club
manager, and knows quality players when he sees them, but not sure if that's enough for a National coach..... Not sure he's tactically good enough,
when the chips are down, and we'd NEED that solitary point under extreme pressure.... (Similar to Keegan I guess?)
Who knows, that's what I love about football, it's all about opinions...!
|| posted on 29-11-2007 at 11:34
|Don't you think Harry Redknapp could do anything, Dazza?
|| posted on 29-11-2007 at 01:03
I do think Mourinho would be a good choice TBH. Only thing that would worry me about his appointment is, his desire to pick Frank LumpHard, no matter
how poor his game is.... Or his inclination to go for the Chelsea boys, as he knows their game already.... While other, better players may be left out
in the cold...
As for the list of other candidates... Hmm... Only a few are worthy of consideration, the rest are a joke.
For me the list to choose from would be...
Big Phil Scolari
and possibly Capello.
Alladyce who I like, would be a major mistake. Redknapp would also be, even before his arrest today! Shearer has NO management experience at all.
Great player though, and I would involve him in the setup as Striker Coach or somesuch, but manager, no!
The rest aren't even worth a mention!
They are welcome to Steve Perryman though....! (Anything to get him away from my Club!)
|| posted on 28-11-2007 at 13:45
|Never mind about England O'Dottie..........We in Scotland have got to start going through the Dole queue for a good Manager.........I might apply for
it myself, just think of the pay off when I make a bad job of it.
|| posted on 28-11-2007 at 13:23
|He has said he is willing "to talk" but his camp is playing it cool. Is he the right man for the job?
Next in line?
Or are any of these better?
others in the starting box