Next permanent manager

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Next permanent manager will be?

  1. Conte

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  2. Mancini

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  3. Martinez

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  4. Mourinho

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  5. Favre

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  6. Rafa

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  7. Howe

    19.5%
  8. Other

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  9. Vince McMahon

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  10. Purple dildo

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  1. LiamO

    LiamO Well-Known Member

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    Amanda keep your powder dry pet. There are problems at Roma!!!!!

    Jose might be available very soon!!!


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  2. LiamO

    LiamO Well-Known Member

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    Just imagine, his first game as manager would be against Chelsea!!


    The stars might be aligning for us boys!!

    <cracker>

    #dreamland
     
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  3. magdad

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    No, No, No I want Fonseca and a 0-0-10 formation of Ultra Attacking football to win us the league this year.
     
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  4. Welshie

    Welshie Chavcunt fanboy dickhead

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    Foncesa just for something new.

    If it goes wrong, **** it, we tried. Good on the board
     
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  5. Roland Deschain

    Roland Deschain Well-Known Member

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    I hope we get someone exciting in. Jim White reckons it'll be a stop gap to the Summer - makes no sense to me, that, we're only 8 games in, and I can't see the players raising their game for someone like Hodgson or Allardyce.

    The likes of Graves think the opposite, that they want to get someone in for at least the first phase of the project. Fonseca fits that profile, as does Favre and others.

    Somewhere in the middle is the likes of Howe and Lampard, who would be both risky and underwhelming.
     
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  6. cronemeister

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    If it's Fonseca does that give any indication as to a DoF or Sporting Director....not sure who he's worked with/under before. Fonseca would be immense like!
     
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  7. magdad

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    I don't think their going to appoint one at the moment with McParland and Brown being in situ already. Think they'll do the role in the mean time and take some time to decide who to go with in due course.
     
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  8. Roland Deschain

    Roland Deschain Well-Known Member

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    Anybody else hearing/believing that Fonseca will be announced today?
     
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  9. Roy Munson

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    I think fonseca was in the bag, but perhaps are waiting on an answer or answers elsewhere.
     
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  10. Roland Deschain

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    The Ajax thing?
     
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  11. Charlie Dogscock

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    Fonseca at 2/5 now, looks like we're closing in.

    Considering the rumours of Gerrard, Lampard etc, Fonseca would be a massive catch.
     
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  12. Roland Deschain

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    There's a lad on Twitter, Portuguese expert and has a Twitter verification tick, says it's today. Elsewhere suggesting he'll then be at the match Saturday.
     
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  13. Roy Munson

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    Seems like it's done

    A huge step up from Bruce.. I just listened to his last interview and my god I'm so pleased I won't have to hear his bullshit again.
     
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  14. magdad

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    Now now mate, He was a nice bloke. He tried his best, He did what he was tasked to do - he kept us in the league, he matched the mighty Raffa, his % was all in PL, Raffa had a season in Championship. :headbang::headbang::headbang:
     
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    I think this is in reaction to Jose trying to get binned from Roma :emoticon-0140-rofl::emoticon-0140-rofl::emoticon-0140-rofl:
     
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  17. Roy Munson

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    I don't want Jose he's had his time... Boring football too

    I wouldn't complain though
     
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    2 weeks ago we were staring into the abyss. Now fans are discussing whether they'd accept Mourinho or whether Dembele is a risk.

    All our owners have actually done so far is sack Bruce. I'll see what happens now, after the last 14 years I'll accept almost anything though.
     
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  19. magdad

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    They've cleaned the windows and mopped the Milburn reception too :1980_boogie_down:
     
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  20. Mick O'Toon

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    I agree but Mourinho is not the man for a relegation dog fight,he's a cheque book manager and he will have to wait till next summer!
     
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