Steve Round...

zorro_mfc

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#4
https://www.hartlepoolmail.co.uk/sp...-and-jonathan-woodgate-arsenal-switch-2520759

Exclusive: Steve Round on his Middlesbrough conversation with Steve Gibson and Jonathan Woodgate before Arsenal switch

Former Middlesbrough assistant Steve Round says he had a conversation with chairman Steve Gibson this summer but was never offered a contract to re-join the club.

I thought he’d turned us down but this says the offer wasn’t made strange that he’d meet and no offer made though.
 
#6
He's had a good career as a first team coach. Seems an intelligent lad so why take a manager's post which will be a lottery away.

Of course he may want to test himself but I'm always reminded of Don Howe. He was top class coach and motivator but was a lousy number one.
 
#7
He's had a good career as a first team coach. Seems an intelligent lad so why take a manager's post which will be a lottery away.

Of course he may want to test himself but I'm always reminded of Don Howe. He was top class coach and motivator but was a lousy number one.
Maybe ,he's got a good job at Arsenal, they have the makings of a fantastic side, IF they keep Aubameyang and sort the defence out..

From what I hear things are VERY tight financially at Boro
Maybe that's it, Round wanted too much £££££
We won't be making any big money buys anytime soon...
 
#8
Maybe ,he's got a good job at Arsenal, they have the makings of a fantastic side, IF they keep Aubameyang and sort the defence out..

From what I hear things are VERY tight financially at Boro
Maybe that's it, Round wanted too much £££££
We won't be making any big money buys anytime soon...
Agreed. They have the makings of a good, hungry young side there so why not be part of that.
 

Nero

Active member
#10
He's probably earned very good salaries as a First-Team Coach since his Boro days with McClaren. Why bother attempting to become the Head Coach/Manager. Not many manage to make the step-up successfully.
 
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