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Discussion in 'Newcastle United' started by Darren Peacock's Ponytail, Apr 14, 2020.
And earlier Wigan and Crystal Palace
I think we’re the only club he’d have done it for though. Not saying it’s right like but it may have been his only chance to manage his boyhood club.
I’d have probs done the same thing
He's done it all throughout his career.
He's a **** stain of a human being
I'm 99% sure this is a moot discussion as Rafa Benitez is returning.
I think poch would be up for it. I think a younger manager with top experience and he’s brought spurs on to the point of top 4. This has to be our first priority. Not winning titles but progress. Do you agree?
I agree but not necessary Poch. Not saying I wouldn't be ecstatic but for next couple of years we need someone to really build the foundations of the club.
Honestly though Bruce will not be around next season. He will get a nice pay off and maybe a chance to see out this season with dignity.
He must not be given the chance to spend though. Football management has moved on. Look at the top managers now. They are all more or less late 40s early 50s. With experience and new ideas.
In addition the footballing word will be different after covid so we need someone who can adapt. Remember we will still have financial fair play and we will have to build within our means.
In addition we will be under the microscope aswell.
I really only use him as an example as he’s been there and done that at spurs. I can’t accept us bringing back Rafa even though he is a good manager. He’s just not top level now.
I also don’t want a has been manager. It has to be someone who is experienced and also young and adaptable.
Allegri is actually probably the best option.
Same ones who've claimed the takeover was a done deal.
Lots of decent options out there. Allegri, Poch, Nagelsman.
Seriously. What the **** is happening. We're discussing, with seriousness, the thought of these guys taking over.
But that is a short term thing. We need someone who will rebuild the whole club from top to bottom and aim for to ten league wise.
Rafa can do that.
Poch had only worked wonders at first team level.
Can't comment on Allegri
That'll piss off all the Rafa haters
How about allegri and Rafa as director of football?
I'd go for Rafa as DoF yes
Actually makes perfect sense doesn’t it.
It does and we can't even write it off once the fat twonk has gone
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