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01 Oct 2023 14:44:09
As the inevitable calls for SD's head are back in force, I'd be interested to know who people would go for as a replacement?
Potter? Martinez? Bielsa? Löw? Galtier?

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01 Oct 2023 16:04:52
Potter did well at Brighton, but despite his failings at Chelsea, would want time to get his methods across and, could we allow it. Martinez I liked but needs a defensive coach. Bielsa wanted time with the U23s before taking on the job which, would suggest he would want time and, again could we allow it. Löw knows nothing of the EPL and a huge gamble. Don't know Galtier. I know he's not everyone's favourite, but for me Martinez. He knows the club and I liked his style. Just my thoughts so don't hang me.

01 Oct 2023 18:29:17
Don't think they should sack him! But if the time comes Stephen Schumacher is made for us. He's more than capable and a blue.

02 Oct 2023 08:35:32
Martinez, Koeman, Allardyce, Silva, Ancellotti, Benitez, Lampard, Dyche since 2013, never mind the interim managers

When are we going to realise that changing the manager hasn't been the solution.

02 Oct 2023 10:33:57
When we get a good manager. And don't say Ancellotti he was only here five minutes.

02 Oct 2023 11:49:25
On paper BB (and only on paper) Ancellotti and Benitez were trophy winners, Allardyce and Dyche proven premiership survivors, Koeman and Lampard ex players who had won everything and Martinez and Silva supposed to be the next great thing

It's not just down to the managers. They play a bloody big part in it but we're also, and still are, badly run

Seriously we could put Guardiola in charge and he probably could improve it a bit but he'd leave within a month with the way Moshiri and Ken run the club.

02 Oct 2023 11:58:10
Interestingly BB Ancellotti was the second longest serving manger on that list with 67 games compared to Martinez with 140 (most pre Moshiri) , Silva at 60 and Koeman at 58 (source Wikipedia)

02 Oct 2023 13:37:08
But we didn't sack Ancellotti did we. Benitez past his best. Dyche and Allardyce, well you said it yourself survivors.
Koeman and Lampard, ex players but not good managers.
Silva just couldn't get it going, and Martinez who knows, given money to spend perhaps he would have got it right, we will never know.

02 Oct 2023 16:22:25
Hard to argue with him going if we lose on Saturday. 5 home defeats in a row would be pretty damming.

03 Oct 2023 07:47:35
Fair points BB

As you said in previous posts though, Ancellotti was only here 5 minutes but it turns out that he has been the longest serving manager under Moshiri

Maybe it shows that we have been as bad picking managers as we have been buying players which again points to flaws at the top

Maybe it adds credence to the criticism from Moshiri that the fans have forced his hand in sacking managers too early. I don't think it does but it's true we have changed far too many times during Moshiri's reign.

Maybe Dyche isn't right for us, or is the best manager we have had since Moshiri came, but I have absolutely no faith in the people running our club to make the right decisions. Until Moshiri and Bill are gone we will not have solved anything - AGAIN.



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