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Next manager, who would you like in charge?

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55 minutes ago, Derbyram1 said:

Wassall?? Seriously?? I thought the suggestion on twitter about Nigel Clough was a bad one but Wassall......if they really are the best we can do then i give up.

Clough a much better manager and much wiser now than when he left so I’d be happy with that. Only the idiotic would knock what he achieved last time under the circumstances

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Cheap appointment, Paul hurst Shrewsbury done well everywhere he’s been. 

Gamble and unrealistic appointments,  Zeljko Buvac (klopps assistant), Rui Faria (Mourinhos assistant) leaving this summer to be a No1 or Quique Sánchez Flores ex Watford manager. Doubtful he’d come with our budget I know but plays attractive football.

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Rowett is history, this squad needs a fair bit of re building, and i believe thats why Rowett has gone, as Mel is reluctant to spend it seems and at stoke Rowett will have parachute money and he's ambitious...

So, i for one think Mel has a choice to make, does he want up and coming or experience ? Hee needs to look at the squad and decide where he wants to go.

For me Paul Cook would be a decent and steady choice, altho i believe Wigan are getting a hefty slice of Asian money coming in ? so would he leave ?

I personally would like to hear Mel is talking to Slaven Bilic, i really think the guy is a good manager, and i think after his time off from WHU would be ready for a new long term challenge, (He's gonna be a pundit for ITV world cup) but whether he or anyone else could work with Meddling Mel tho...  ?

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Nuwtfly said:

Jaap Stam. Or any Dutch manager that can bring back some McClaren-style football.

Oh, and a Director of Football please.

Stam’s more like Clement though

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Paul Cook ticks all the boxes for me. He's taken 3 different teams up in 5 years, plays good attacking football, has loads of lower league experience and clearly knows how to build a team blending youth & experience. On the face of it he would be a perfect fit for what are looking to do for the next few seasons. 

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Paul Cook or Dean Smith for me.

Paul Cook would throw everything at getting us up. Watched his Chesterfield team a lot when they won League 2 and they were unbelievable.

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2 minutes ago, cannable said:

Stam’s more like Clement though

That first season at Reading, Stam's team played some of the best, free-flowing football I've seen in the championship. If he'd have had a decent goalscorer, Reading would have gotten promoted that season.

Players were then bought for him that didn't fit his system (a 4-3-3 at home and a 3-5-2 away) and it all went to ****.

Anyone who learnt their trade at Ajax is sound by me! 

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