Chris Hughton

TeaCider

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Before he took over at Forest, I absolutely would have, but he was dreadful there and it's put me right off.
 

fmttmadmin

Administrator
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That would be the weirdest move yet to appoint as manager someone sacked after we had defeated his team only a couple of weeks ago.
 

Colin Warnek

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2 failed Championship jobs in a row. Will be eager to succeed lest it be his last one.

Mind that could be said about the last man to take us up as well...
 

S7DiscoDown

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Apparently the football was awful at forest. A different formation and style one week to the next.

Sounds familiar 😂
 

Wiseman_Vaughn

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He's a good manager but I would hope for something different next - More of a Karaoke type appointment rather than somebody that has been around the block a few times.
I still hop NW can get this team firing.
 

theredrooster

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That would be the weirdest move yet to appoint as manager someone sacked after we had defeated his team only a couple of weeks ago.

Not necessarily, if its determined he's in keeping with our long term strategy then fine. A recent Boro result against one of his teams is an irrelevance, most managers get jobs elsewhere having failed somewhere else, it goes with the territory.

I like him as a manager, but we have a manager currently, if that was to change he would be another name to add to the potential candidates list. Whether he got the role would depend on his alignment to our DOF future vision and availability of other likely candidates.

As a sidenote I don't particularly like how our current manager is going about his business, but I'm not calling for him to be sacked (unless we had to act fast to secure a managerial target deemed critical to our future operating model).
 
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