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I don't think he'd be a bad manager for us; I think he's a sensible option who almost guarantees that he'll keep us steady. It's just not an appointment that would excite me. I don't think he's a manager that would take us past, say, sixth and I don't think he's a manager who'll win us a trophy. If there's a chance we could attract Emery or Pellegrini I'd be much happier with that than apparently more than doubling Koeman's contract just to entice him here. And on a more ridiculous note, my gut instinct is not to trust the guy.
It's the first step towards establishing us back at the top.Man City went through Mark Hughes, Roberto Mancini and Manuel Pellegrini before getting their hands on Guardiola - and their benefactors are many times richer than ours.Welcome Big Ron Manager.
This reads like another face-saving exercise from Southampton.It also says they're targeting Emery as a replacement. Hope not.http://www.telegraph.co.uk/football/2016/06/04/ronald-koeman-agrees-to-become-everton-manager-as-southampton-tu/
anybody else get the feeling its fallen through???
Fergie adored a cross; crosses were a feature of all his teams. I'm exited.
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