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Liam Rosenior

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Could be the signing of the summer this. 

Nobody knows the Championship better. 

Tell me the last time you watched a Championship game on Sky and thought this mans talking nonsense. Never is the answer. Hasn’t happened. 

Huge loss for Brighton and Sky. Mel, you crafty so and so.

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10 minutes ago, Ghost of Clough said:

A few people did. I know I suggested him as an outside bet to be the next manager (before we got Cocu). I may have suggested him as the guy to fill this role too but can’t remember.

You were wrong then.

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Really like Rosenior- always comes across well informed in his pudintry work, and seems to know what his talking about. Strikes me as an intelligent bloke who speaks well and is a good character. Really happy to have him at our club on my personal opinion of him. 

That said, it’s who works will with cocu that matters, so I wouldn’t have minded who it was really- the fact it’s someone I like as an individual is a bonus. I’m just glad we’ve got more than one first team coach this time, I’m a big believer in having multiple coaches to share the workload and focus on individuals a bit more- feel we were a little understaffed in that regard under Lampard.

All a bit out of the blue though this one, no mention of any approach for him to Brighton or contract negotiations- only rumours from none other than Craig bloody ramage!

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If I saw another team in the Championship with the quality we have behind the scenes, Chairman, manager, assistants, coaching staff, academy, I'd be very jealous and wanting my club to be like this.

We should feel very lucky right now with how the club is being run and without a ball being kicked, we are going into the season on a high. 

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I reckon he’ll see himself as a manager so dunno how long he’ll be here before he makes that career change, but while we’ve got him, his knowledge of the league will be invaluable 

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3 minutes ago, IslandExile said:

That's key. I doubt that Cocu has ever even met him so let's hope he's happy with Mel's appointment.

Yep, just have to hope that they’ve got similar ideas for how to play the game etc, having a coaching staff all on the same page is vital. I’m sure he will do otherwise he wouldn’t have been appointed.

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Ahhh man, I'm delighted at that appointment, absolutely delighted for you and for him. I was hoping he'd get his foot in the door somewhere, he's arguably the best pundit on TV and his passion and knowledge come across superbly. His "philosophy" for want of a better word is exactly the kind of thinking I'd want if I was a player, an owner or a fan.

I'll tell you what. Mel has a huge set of balls with the type of appointment he typically makes. 

Well played and fingers crossed he turns out to be a real huge asset.

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Just now, Nuwtfly said:

What a bizarre angle 😆

 

Trying to be a long term optimist that this Coaching staff will be good enough to keep their jobs and stay together, then thought Rosenior May decide to go it alone.... I know it’s not gonna happen. What’ll really happen is either they’ll all be bank and be down the job centre at Christmas, or they’ll be amazing and be in Barca next summer.

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44 minutes ago, whiteroseram said:

"Rosenior’s position on the first-team staff will, as well as working with players on the training ground with a particular emphasis on individual development of emerging young talent, see him play a prominent role in pre-match opposition analysis with the scouting and analysis departments."

 

Interesting role, focused on young players stepping up and opposition preperation 

Spying then!!!

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1 minute ago, Geriatram said:

His job title is specialist first team coach the same as Scheepers, not sure what that means to be honest.

His job description gives a better idea of the role he will have.

Rosenior’s position on the first-team staff will, as well as working with players on the training ground with a particular emphasis on individual development of emerging young talent, see him play a prominent role in pre-match opposition analysis with the scouting and analysis departments.

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I’m really excited with his appointment, intelligent and knowledgable a future manager in the making. What pleases me most is (on top the scouting and analysis side of his role) that we’ve got someone who has “been there and done it” to work closely with the youngsters coming through, and still of an age where he’ll be on their level, respected as a player. Also with the management team lining up as it is we should be attractive to players and clubs wanting to develop their players using the loan system. Really astute bit of business by Mel. 

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13 minutes ago, Millenniumram said:

Trying to be a long term optimist that this Coaching staff will be good enough to keep their jobs and stay together, then thought Rosenior May decide to go it alone.... I know it’s not gonna happen. What’ll really happen is either they’ll all be bank and be down the job centre at Christmas, or they’ll be amazing and be in Barca next summer.

Or, we could be hoping that he will be a Plan B if Cocu and his team did move on quickly - we'd have an experienced man on our staff already that might be able to step up into the Manager's role.

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Looks a good appointment, has good knowledge of the divisions, talks well about the game in general as a pundit and seems well regarded at Brighton. 

We aren't over staffed on the coaching side of things, so I'm sure he'll make the position his own and make a valuable contribution. 

Welcome Liam!

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5 minutes ago, angieram said:

Or, we could be hoping that he will be a Plan B if Cocu and his team did move on quickly - we'd have an experienced man on our staff already that might be able to step up into the Manager's role.

Perhaps indeed, Tbf I’m surprised he hasn’t been linked to more managers posts- unless I’m just not very observant of the rumours about.

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