If Warnock doesn't stay

Block21

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#2
Blackwell is better as number 2. If Warnock doesn’t want the job I would go for the next best thing. I don’t know what that is at the moment and I am hoping Warnock stays but I wouldn’t be giving it to Blackwell. He’s had success in his career as a no 2 as a no 1 it hasn’t worked for him. I loved his work on Saturday though he looked really impressive.
 

Thor

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#3
Blackwell is better as number 2. If Warnock doesn’t want the job I would go for the next best thing. I don’t know what that is at the moment and I am hoping Warnock stays but I wouldn’t be giving it to Blackwell. He’s had success in his career as a no 2 as a no 1 it hasn’t worked for him. I loved his work on Saturday though he looked really impressive.
Yeah he isn't shy is he, the reason I brought this up is jepson I don't see why he would leave Northampton for just 8 games it wouldn't make sense
 
#8
Would be nice to see a youngish, progressive coach who's come through the ranks in Holland or Germany personally. Someone who plays football the right way and has been at a top club learning his way, then worked in the top job at a lesser club. In the lines of Thomas Frank at Brentford. I would have loved to see Reiziger here.
 
#9
I would have had Giovanni Van Bronckhorst when he was out of work last year. Won the Dutch cup and the Eredivisie with Feyenoord in two seasons he was there.
Can't believe noboady has got him in.
How managing Guangzhou in China.
 

r00fie1

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#14
We need someone who has good contacts in the game.
Someone with experience in this league.
Chris Houghton has been in the game a long time - he might be a good candidate.
We cant afford a gamble on a rookie.
 

festa5

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#15
In the position we're in we need experience. It's a massive rebuilding job next year and we need someone to do that while stabilising us. Once you have that platform in place you might consider a promising young up and comer, albeit someone with more to their CV than Woodgate had.

Karanka inherited a good core of players. So did Robson, McClaren and Southgate. But the job is very different this time round.
 
#16
In the position we're in we need experience. It's a massive rebuilding job next year and we need someone to do that while stabilising us. Once you have that platform in place you might consider a promising young up and comer, albeit someone with more to their CV than Woodgate had.

Karanka inherited a good core of players. So did Robson, McClaren and Southgate. But the job is very different this time round.
Just because Woodgate nearly relegated us.. doesn't mean we haven't got a good core of players.

Since we went down under Southgate I would say the majority of fans have wanted Pearson or Hughton to take over..
 
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