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04 Nov 2017 16:59:03
I might be one of few, but I hope we get Big Sam. Ok he done wrong, Alex fergerson had his fingers in everything, but no went after him, successful manager and knighted who would dare. People do wrong it happens, personally I couldn’t give a s! *t. Everyone’s got a background, no ones an angel.
Look at his background in management, Bolton would love a Big Sam now days. Boring football? Long ball football? Mourinho critised his style, just after he was defeated by him, sour grapes? Yet Mourinho parks the bus, plays boring football and throws on everyone over 6ft for long ball tactics when losing and he’s a football genius!?
SA managerial career is a very good one, Bolton, West Ham, both from championship to stable prem sides, never backed enough to show true potential. Newcastle as Ashley took over, that was never going to work out, shows cause now there back in the prem back up for sale. Sunderland and palace prob feel the same as Bolton.
Big Sam don’t turn up as ed says, with a knife for a gun fight, he has a solid defences and wants to win. As someone commented on here, if he was Senor Samuel Alladycies with that managerial record he would be held in the same way as some of these more desirable managers.
I personally would like Big Sam, he’s solid, proven, hungry for a good team and I would like to see what he can do with financial backing.
Read his Wikipedia and full understand how good a manager he really is, we are what we are and right now Big Sam for me is the perfect fit, 18 - 30 month contract to start and go from there, if he builds the team up and we stagnate then like chity we upgrade manager to suit the team, maybe we don’t need to and he becomes a ledgend, picture holding a cup right next to Our very own Howard Kendall.

{Ed025's Note - right thats me sold mate....NOT!!!!

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04 Nov 2017 17:23:13
He's a crook and plays boring football. Not exactly the best CV in the world.

04 Nov 2017 17:32:54
Burnley are joint 4th. Get Dyche Now!

04 Nov 2017 17:36:38
Are you his PR manager mate? Bet you were the one who got Trump into power haha.

04 Nov 2017 17:40:11
Cp 9w 13l 24games, sun 9w 13l 31games, WH 68w 67l 181games, BR 32w 34l 90 games, NU 8w 10l 24 games.

Bolton, preston and Notts county where a lot of games in the lower league's.

Aside from West ham the rest he lost more than he won. And West ham were you could say they gave time to develop a team he managed one more win than a loss.

I don't want a short term solution to this mess and not a corrupt one either.

{Ed025's Note - you cant really say hes corrupt john...oh yeah you can because he is mate..

04 Nov 2017 17:48:31
Haha. Love it Ed.

04 Nov 2017 17:56:05
Not trying to sell him too you ed 😜 haha, were bottom part of the league, team in dire place and SD not got a quarter of the experience SA has.

Smit as I said sir Alex fergerson had his fingers in many pies just wasn’t caught with his pants down, probably more managers we don’t know about. His boring football comes from West Ham, when he changed personnel and style they stopped moaning but it stuck with him. At palace and Sunderland he did what he had to do with what he had to work with. At Bolton he played some good football and built a good team on a small budget, all forgot about that cause of what happened afterwards and at other teams.

We are in a mess and that calls for people with proven track records of dealing with messes, if he came and won a cup next year we would all sing a different tune, look at how many times people turn on this forum alone.

Il stand by my words and if it does happen and he managers us well and wins something I can not wait for the praise for him on here, if not il hide from the stick il get hahaha.

{Ed025's Note - im not saying he cant do a job BS, its just that i cant stand the guy mate..

04 Nov 2017 17:59:16
But John short term would be best

What if we pick a nice named manager and it goes wrong mate, I don’t fancy us getting out the championship anytime soon.

04 Nov 2017 18:15:10
I don't care about a name but I do care that they have a winning mentality and have built a team that brings success. Sam has never, ever, ever done that. Ever.

For anyone on here that thinks short term is what we need take a long hard look at Sunderland and Aston Villa. That is what we are going to be if we go short term. It doesn't work at all.

04 Nov 2017 18:26:51
He’s never had a winning mentality haha come on! He’s never built the team you talk of due to financial restraints at clubs, and the win record shown above was with mediocre teams on low budgets and teams that needed saving from relegation and win record was even worse before he took over.

So your happy to have a so called winning mentality even if it means we go down then? Over short term solution that keeps us safe in the prem and then re-evaluate everything as and when.

I know what I would prefer.

04 Nov 2017 22:41:57
I wonder how reavaluating helped Sunderland and Aston Villa? Where about are they in the CHAMPIONSHIP?

And your idea of winning mentality differs from mine. Yours seems to be very similar to Sam and Moyes. How many trophies have they won in over 40 years of management? Sorry yes Sam has never got a job at a top club. Probably something to do with winning games.

Just because he scrapes by every season doesn't mean he's the messiah. If he was any good he'd have lasted more half a season and put that winning mentality to some use for a change.

05 Nov 2017 02:28:37
Sunderland and villa spent too much compared to there income, totally different circumstances.

And what’s with the CAPITALS?

Maybe he just didn’t fancy relegation battles year on year with teams I’ll equiped to compete, and were does the messiah come into it? Who exactly do you think Everton are at the moment? We are a mid table team that occasionally gets in the mid top half, Dyces Burnley is doing and looking better than us, Tuchel is rumoured to be the next Bayern manager, what makes us more attractive to these managers?

Wake up. Or should I write, WAKE UP! Haha.

05 Nov 2017 08:31:53
Their expenditure was nothing to do with it. The problem was they went for short term fixes. Bringing a manager in to get to the end of the season and hopefully stay up. They had no long term plan for the team or the manager. Additionally they went for managers like Sam.

The capitals were to spell out clearly where they are now.

And your point about Sam not wanting to stay at a club because he doesn't a relegation fight year on year is a statement about him not being able to improve the fortunes of the team and I agree with you. He doesn't improve teams and the mess is left behind when he goes.



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