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Next England Footie Manager. 
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Okay, whose your pick.

My 3 personal choices would be Hoddle (who was not given a fair crack of the whip), Big Sam Allardyce (who has done wonders) and Mark Hughes - established international manager and doing a fine job at Blackburn.

Others I wouldn't mind seeing would be Bobby Robson (actually would be my first choice to lead England into this world cup), and Martin O Neil - the bookies favourite.

I think it is too early for Pearce and I would like to see Allan Curbishley at a big club first - cause although he has done a great job, Charlton seem to have found a level and cannot make the step up. Bolton under Allardyce has done fantastic, and forget the boring football jipe - this manager is using the best scientific resourses to get the best out of his players. He is prolonging aging players career's due to Sports Science.

Please not Steve McClaren, I would rather see England hero Bryan Robson in there than him.


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Please not Steve McClaren, I would rather see England hero Bryan Robson in there than him.


well his side did beat Chelsea :wink:

my choices would be O'Neill and Big Sam

but my fav choice would Mike Basset :wink: :D

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I don't give a fup, can be Ken Dodd if they want !

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Or some Russian who is an Abramov confidant?

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stujones1 wrote:
Okay, whose your pick.

My 3 personal choices would be Hoddle (who was not given a fair crack of the whip), Big Sam Allardyce (who has done wonders) and Mark Hughes - established international manager and doing a fine job at Blackburn.

Others I wouldn't mind seeing would be Bobby Robson (actually would be my first choice to lead England into this world cup), and Martin O Neil - the bookies favourite.

I think it is too early for Pearce and I would like to see Allan Curbishley at a big club first - cause although he has done a great job, Charlton seem to have found a level and cannot make the step up. Bolton under Allardyce has done fantastic, and forget the boring football jipe - this manager is using the best scientific resourses to get the best out of his players. He is prolonging aging players career's due to Sports Science.

Please not Steve McClaren, I would rather see England hero Bryan Robson in there than him.


Couldn't give a flying *fupp* who was the next england manager as long as he makes them lose every *fupping* game they play i'll be very happy. come on SWeden Paraguay and TRinadad

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Yep, I too couldn't give a monkey's arse providing the person selected helps them to lose each time they take the field!!

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I would like to see either Ian Pierce or Big Sam, i don't think it is to early for Stuart Pearce as he is doing quite well for Man City, the question is, Can he handle the role of England manager.

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could't give a flying *fupp* who the next england coach is not uinportant. finding a new wales rugby coach is.

Come on Swedan Paraguay and Trinadad and anyone else who play england in the world cup.

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Andrew S wrote:
Yep, I too couldn't give a monkey's arse providing the person selected helps them to lose each time they take the field!!


Spot on Andrew they wouldnt go far wrong with Hanson.

:D :D :D :D

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Mark Hughes.

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Sam Alladyce (SP?) FTW. He makes average players play well what more can you want.


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don't care they are a bunch of **** anyway


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I propose Dai Young for the job.

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Glyndwr wrote:
I propose Dai Young for the job.


well at least they will lose every game

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welshbean wrote:
Glyndwr wrote:
I propose Dai Young for the job.


well at least they will lose every game


While all the time being on the brink of great things.


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