Big Jack without doubt. Mclaren next on the basis of his success with the Club. 3rd Robbo. I judge by how much enjoyment I got watching their teams and the first two were up there.
Happy belated birthday roofie lad, its just a number, we're all still young at heartbtw I was a year older yesterday - but I didnt bother celebrating. Im one digit ahead of you for now
Them were the days ladHappy belated birthday roofie lad, its just a number, we're all still young at heart
If I've got it correct, the 1st Boro match after you were born was 23rd January 1960, Boro 3 Liverpool 3, a brace from Clough & a Harris penalty & the 1st Boro game on your birthday was 21st January 1961 a 3-2 defeat at Southampton, with another Harris penalty & a Peacock strike
Strachan's press conferences were abysmal. Quotable for all the wrong reasons and not enjoyable at all.Big Jack
For me with big shouts to Maddren, McLaren,
Warnock is getting to me even though I didn't want him. He has achieved nothing yet though. Hopefully that will be put right this season. He gives great press conferences yes but Strachan was always good for a quote or two. But he was the worst and I am not comparing Warnock with that clown.
1. Robbo/McClaren - the successful ones
2. Warnock/Venebles - the talented ones
3. Mowbray/Southgate - the good eggs
4. Karanka/Pulis - the pragmatists
5. Woodgate/Agnew - the out of their depths
6. Monk/Strachan - the total chancers
Totally agree BigJohn, I would think NW has been passionate at whatever club he managers, knowing what the clubs fans want to hearWarnock is outstanding. His media conferences are a master class. I wish he was with us when he was 50 as we would have had 22 years of him. Outstanding bloke and manager.
Big jack and NW very similar. Honest and knowledgeable about players and how to man manage them and tactical prowessNeil is undoubtedly my favourite Manager of Boro ever. However Big Jack is without doubt my favourite ever Boro manager
Totally agree with all that Newy, my point was the abuse he would receive & he did & could have tarnished his image forever, thankfully it didn'tRight man at the right time, saved the club from the bug drop and built the spine of a promotion winning side. Came and left as a hero in my book.