Next England manager?

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  • View Poll Results: Who will be the next permanent England boss?
    Gareth Southgate
    66
    18.08%
    Steve Bruce
    30
    8.22%
    Glenn Hoddle
    34
    9.32%
    Eddie Howe
    27
    7.40%
    Alan Pardew
    37
    10.14%
    Arsene Wenger
    76
    20.82%
    Someone else
    95
    26.03%

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    (Original post by difeo)
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    Well given their main reason for sacking Big Sam was that his conduct was inappropriate for the England manager, hiring someone with such disgusting views would be incredibly hypocritical. Especially since the FA has a lot of involvement with Disabled sport.

    So no, it is relevant.
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    Bruce would be a viable candidate at the moment ahead of Big Sam and he should have been given a chance but FA went against their normal behaviour of playing safe and ended up being embarrassed.

    I don't see Wenger taking the job as he will get a new deal I reckon. Howe is a media backed name but on no sound logical footing. Pardew has taken a knock with his extreme run of results he goes under with Palace.

    Southgate probably will get the job if he does well having ruled himself out in June as he wasn't ready plus he has hardly delivered successful tournaments with his age group.

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    Imagine creating a poll for suitable England candidates and not putting Mike Bassett in it.
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    Paul Gascoine?
    No?
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    Lot of articles about why the FA should appoint Wenger and wait for him till next summer if needed.

    Err can someone write an article as to why on earth Wenger would want to take the job?!
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    The world needs #pards

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    Yeah its going to be Pardew. Cant really see Arsene leaving Arsenal, especially for England
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    No idea why Howe is being seen as a candidate. Never mind his age or the fact he's hardly leading an extraordinary season to be considered. He speaks well so that must be the reason...

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    (Original post by sr90)
    Don't forget his absolutely disgusting comments about disabled people as well.

    Hoddle's never getting the job, he's just going to be linked with it for years just like Alan Curbishley used to be linked with every Premier League manager's vacancy even though he'd been out of a job for years.
    Which is ironic because Hoddle is defo borderline mentally disabled
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    I wouldn't mind Eddie Howe tbf. We can't get much worse so we might as well take a gamble and hope it pays off. It's not like all our other options aren't bleak
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    What has Howe done to deserve being offered the job? Bournemouth haven't been particularly inspiring in the PL and he's had a decent budget. He may be good enough one day, and that is something I'm willing to consider. But now?


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    Don't think howe could manage the ego', or the pressure. He failed at Burnley.

    I'd give it to Chris Waddle, just to see what happens.
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    Steve Bruce is dead cert. Only possible chance is if he refuses, if Southgate wins every game and suddenly wants to do it maybe, or if Wenger goes mental and agrees to do it after this season.

    But that depends on if they want to use an older manager, I'm guessing it's the older managers that are taking all the bungs etc.
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    Anyone else think it is bloody ridiculous watching ex-footballers sitting in nice cosy TV studios moaning that more ex footballers arent 'staying in the game' by doing badges and coaching at lower levels?

    Alan Shearer with a laughably reductive argument that Germany manage to completely revolutionised the entire structure of their national teams and wider youth organisation just becaise they appointed a german... would be hilarious if he wasnt so serious.
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    (Original post by mojojojo101)
    Anyone else think it is bloody ridiculous watching ex-footballers sitting in nice cosy TV studios moaning that more ex footballers arent 'staying in the game' by doing badges and coaching at lower levels?
    Perhaps their comments are about the people in charge, rather than players not wanting to stay in, which would be a valid criticism. If you're an ex-player, if you go into management and aren't amazing from your first day and get sacked, you'll never get another job. It not a new culture, look at what West Ham did to Bobby Moore of all people. Pretended to give a crap about him only after he died doing local radio work. Bobby ****in' Moore.
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    (Original post by ozzyoscy)
    Perhaps their comments are about the people in charge, rather than players not wanting to stay in, which would be a valid criticism. If you're an ex-player, if you go into management and aren't amazing from your first day and get sacked, you'll never get another job. It not a new culture, look at what West Ham did to Bobby Moore of all people. Pretended to give a crap about him only after he died doing local radio work. Bobby ****in' Moore.
    The FA is notoriously poor at running coachin programs, at pretty much every level of the game, there really is nothing special about 'big' players in that regard. It just rings a bit hollow from guys who have decided to just on a sofa for a cushty little pay off once a week.

    That isnt any different anywhere else though, clubs in Italy change managers quicker than some people change their underpants yet explayers still go into management.

    At some point someone is going to have to admit English football is rotten to its very core and changing the England manager isnt going to make the slightest bit of difference.
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    (Original post by mojojojo101)
    The FA is notoriously poor at running coachin programs, at pretty much every level of the game, there really is nothing special about 'big' players in that regard. It just rings a bit hollow from guys who have decided to just on a sofa for a cushty little pay off once a week.

    That isnt any different anywhere else though, clubs in Italy change managers quicker than some people change their underpants yet explayers still go into management.

    At some point someone is going to have to admit English football is rotten to its very core and changing the England manager isnt going to make the slightest bit of difference.
    We all know football is dodgy, but the F.A., UEFA, FIFA don't answer to anyone and can do what they want. People do have a voice and a little input, they could not go to games. But, despite all the moaning, Wembley and club grounds are still full houses. And then the same fans, after moaning about how their club is run or corruption, mock 'armchair fans' for not going to games or buying merchandise.

    Even if it got that far and it got so bad that stadia were empty, they'd just stop selling tickets and the matches would be TV-only with dramatic camera angles and editing because ticket sales are just a small profit.
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    (Original post by ozzyoscy)
    Steve Bruce is dead cert. Only possible chance is if he refuses, if Southgate wins every game and suddenly wants to do it maybe, or if Wenger goes mental and agrees to do it after this season.

    But that depends on if they want to use an older manager, I'm guessing it's the older managers that are taking all the bungs etc.
    The DEAD CERT that relegated Hull has decided to join low table Championship side Aston Villa as the England job presumably wasn't big enough for him.
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    Frightening that I haven't seen or heard any mention of Bielsa, but countless mentions of Shearer, Neville, Hoddle etc.

    (Original post by Diego Costa)
    The DEAD CERT that relegated Hull has decided to join low table Championship side Aston Villa as the England job presumably wasn't big enough for him.
    If the F.A. were still interested, they would've contacted him again by now. More likely Villa came in first and he had no England offer.

    Wait a minute, you bumped this week-old topic to say that... Do you memorise posts on here?... Just sounds a little insecure that's all...
 
 
 
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