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October 31, 2017, 05:29:35 PM
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Would like to think the club is better than going for firefighter.

Remember when Spurs looked like right fodder under Ramos and they brought in Redknapp. Not to firefight but to drive them to top 6 at the very least. Thatís what Iíd like.

Edit: not Redknapp though 🤘

Have to disagree. Redknapp's past record didn't give any indication he would do anything other than steady the ship. Then Gareth Bale came along, he fired up the club in a way Harry Kane is doing now and he rode the crest of that wave with some astute signings.

October 31, 2017, 07:33:28 PM
Reply #1


That WRD1878 has just posted this on TEF

Meeting in Canary Wharf today by all accounts. Sam wanting 3 years, the board only willing to give 18 month contract. Allardyce wants to bring 15 members of his team, mainly sports science. The board are very worried about going down at the moment.

How can he have a team, he's unemployed. Are all these lads just sat around waiting to jump on the next Allardyce job or are they otherwise employed waiting to jump ship for another payday.

Tell him he's got Duncan Ferguson, John Ebbrell and Franny Jeffers and that's your lot.

November 06, 2017, 06:00:18 PM
Reply #2


Allardyce, Shakespeare and Walsh. The dream team hey.

November 06, 2017, 06:05:29 PM
Reply #3


Because we're better than him, he is an awful manager who has achieved absolutely nothing in his career, his brand of football is horrible to watch and he will be hated here

Oh and just because he's never been relegated doesn't make him a good manager.

Hate to bring it up but since the 80's we've achieved nothing either. One FA Cup and a few false dawns since but again, nothing.

I wouldn't really like him here as well but I don't see a stream of decent names on the bookie lists either.

November 09, 2017, 05:05:26 PM
Reply #4


Any man who is considering entering the jungle on a celebrity TV show should not under any circumstances be considered for the Everton job at the same time.

November 09, 2017, 05:18:11 PM
Reply #5


'You know worra mean like'

November 09, 2017, 05:33:20 PM
Reply #6


He wants the job!

Of course he does. He saw Koeman's wage, sees the predicament we're in and realises him and his team are set for life with this payday.

November 09, 2017, 06:22:14 PM
Reply #7


Set for life? I doubt very much he's hard up.

People seem to want to make this about lots of things it isn't. No one (of reasonably sound mind) has a genuine moral objection to him.
He very well may be, but he still involves himself in the proverbial brown paper bag side of the game, which proved his downfall as England manager.