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Discussion in 'Newcastle United' started by Chappaz, Feb 9, 2012.
I'd already got in with that one - look up the thread.
So you did....i'm losing it man.
**** me. Starting again here.
Here are the current British managers who are not English:
Highlights my point a bit better perhaps.
And if I've still got someone English on there then I give up.
PS: Interesting to note the number of Scottish managers. Shame they can't produce players as well as they do managers.
You know what I mean mate.
A few of my mates buy the ****ing rag anyway.
If they are doing the crossword and ask for help I tell them to do one. And buy the Mirror, lesser of two evils.
I'm sure you haven't couldn't see any of them taking the job. O'Neill may have done but don't see him walking out on Sunderland so soon after arriving.
Aw and chappedarse was so desperate for a bite.
Cheers for pointing that mistake out, must be contagious .
Only people who would get close to being OFFERED the job (not accepting, just being offered) are:
Alex Ferguson, Mark Hughes and Kenny Dalglish are other potential candidates but big outsiders imo compared to those two. The other ones simply don't cut it, at all (or haven't been doing well for long enough).
But still, I think Redknapp is well ahead of these two by a country mile, but whether he accepts is an entirely different story.
More to do with employment law than anything else I think you will find.
Hence the "English, British or elsewhere we will be looking for the best man for the job." comment.
Are you a man of your word? Mick McCarthy. Born and bred in Yorkshire, England. And before you say anything about Ireland, the Republic is not part of Britain. Thus, if you class Mick as British, you must concede that he is English. Now will you **** off?
Please clarify Shameless. Tell me this remark is tongue in cheek and you're not suggesting Pearce is unsuitable because of something that happened 20 years ago?
Will anyone catch that home run?
Nope it's out of the ballpark!
I would have been until you were rude. Now I think I'll say right here.
You wouldn't have gone anyway, and you know it.
He just likes getting our hopes up.
It's the hope we can't stand.
I thought it was chappedarse?
Aye, him too.
It seems to me that the majority of Premier League managers are Scottish. Who also happen to be British.
It's an outside bet for sure with Martin O'Neill - go and put your savings on it.