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February 25, 2018, 04:49:04 PM
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If we want to move forward then probably each and every person on this list would see Everton as an opportunity they couldn't afford to turn down .

Guiellermo ALMADA - Barcelona ( The Ecuadorian one )
Ludovic BATELLI - Lens
Manuel BAUM - Augsburg
Miguel CARDOSO - Rio Aves
Sergio CONCEICOA ( Conshaycow according to Motty ) - FC Porto
Luigi Di BIAGIO - Italy U23 and Temporary national team .
Paulo FONSECA - Shakhtar Donetsk
Ricardo GARECA - Peru National Team
Asier GARITANO - Leganes
Ariel HOLAN - Independiente
Adi HUTER - Young Boys Bern
Niko KOVAC - Eintracht Frankfurt
Thierry LAURY - Strasbourg
Razvan LUCESCU - PAOK Salonika
Julian NAGELSMANN - Hoffenheim
Massimo ODDO - Uddinese
Sunday OLISEH - FC Eupen
PEPA - Tondela
Willy SAGNOL - Bordeaux
Maurizio SARRI - Napoli
Maurice STEIJN - VV Venlo
Juan Carlos UNZUE - Celta Vigo
Michael VAN DER GAAG - Excelsior
Patrick VIEIRA - New York Red Bulls

There are some real achievements and some real potential in there . Maybe Mosh should have read this instead of wasting time on Allardyces Book " Football in the dark ages " .

February 26, 2018, 03:41:54 PM
Reply #1


Most of those names are nowhere near the level required. They have shown some promise but that's all.

Yes I just copied the list and obviously some of them are just starting out and nowhere near the required level . However at the start of last season that applied to Nagelsmann and now he is heavily linked with Bayern . I also think I would take the guy from Barcelona in Ecuador over Allardyce .

February 26, 2018, 04:01:36 PM
Reply #2


Being groomed for the Man City Job when pep leaves I reckon

I agree . I think City are setting up a bit of a dynasty as the clubs are owned by the same interests it seems likely . You could see Vieira to City , Arteta to NY for instance .

February 26, 2018, 05:47:27 PM
Reply #3


Isn't Viera doing awful at New York?

They finished bottom in 2014/15 , 8th in 2015/16 and 2nd in 2016/17 . Vieira only took over in Jan 2016 so I think he has done OK without really knowing if it is just investment or him that has made the difference.
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February 26, 2018, 05:49:25 PM
Reply #4


I think any unproven manager is a risk but sometimes you've got to take chances. Koeman, Martinez and Allardyce have experience but look at what they provided? I think Nagelsman would do okay here but would be take the chance with us?

There can't be too many managers on 6M but it would be a question of whether they wanted to try but risk crashing ( as is likely with our current set up ) and wrecking their CV .

February 26, 2018, 09:09:41 PM
Reply #5


I'm surprised Domenico Tedesco isn't on there. He's doing a great job with Schalke this season. I loved this interview:

Looks like another brilliant find from Christian Heidel (who appointed Tuchel and Klopp (yeah, I know) at Mainz).

That's an interesting interview . I would just love to see the look on Ashley Williams face as the art of defending for the benefit of the team is explained to him .

February 26, 2018, 09:10:43 PM
Reply #6


You'd like to think we'd be in for a coach like some of the names mentioned here.

We were after Fonseca so there is hope that's the sort of manager we're looking for.

Just got a horrible feeling we'll end up going ''Prem proven'' again though with the likes of a Benitez, Howe etc

Yet so few Managers have actually not proven anything other than an ability to survive in the Prem .

February 26, 2018, 09:26:13 PM
Reply #7


Yeah it's pretty much a split between top level coaches we could never get and then the relegation fighting plodders at the bottom.

Got to take a punt haven't we?

The blind are leading the blind though and I can't see it getting any better in the short term .

February 27, 2018, 02:11:12 PM
Reply #8


Would be very nice if he was the man to sort us out and get us moving forward.  He'd without doubt have some very good, positive, actual football ideas.

I think after Allardyce the fans would be a bit more forgiving of a Manager who was just that .

March 01, 2018, 03:07:44 AM
Reply #9


Maybe. I just think if we lost the first couple of games, the usual gobshites would be out in force immediately.

Personally I think under Martinez we had a go at the big teams and got some good results . Koeman seemed to surrender most of them which I found a bit annoying as we beat City and Arsenal at one point but then got hammered by Chelsea and Arsenal waving a white flag . The football was dire under Koeman and got worse as the season went on . No surprise ten that there was no patience with him after all the spending led to a massive backward step . I would prefer to try and forget Allardyce already .