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December 13, 2017, 12:32:08 AM
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Never afraid of responsibility and has all the bottle

New manager in 18 months - look no further, he's under our noses

Someone said on another thread, they wanted winners - Rooney's a winner

May not be Hollywood, but there's nothing wrong with Hollyoaks

Really hope you're on the wind-up there

December 13, 2017, 01:59:27 AM
Reply #1


Rooney, manager - no wind up

Why would you think that?

Anything Dalglish can do........................... .....

Well considering another Evertonian has just had a horrific 2 months in charge... And he actually had some managerial experience already!

December 14, 2017, 12:47:09 AM
Reply #2


And BlueBeagle picks on Unsworth! Is that the best you can do?

Catterick, Bingham, Kendall, Harvey(Evertonian) and Royle(Evertonian) all played for Everton

Mad, lunacy? Roll out your football intelligence reasons on why you think Rooney is not managerial material

Answers on a post card please - and do your best!

You think football is the same as it was when those blokes managed, seriously?

I didn't say he wouldn't make a good manager at some point, but you're advocating giving him the job in 18 months based on nothing other than him being an Evertonian. He's not even a qualified coach for fuck sake.

Laughable lolol
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December 14, 2017, 03:41:57 AM
Reply #3


His football CV is not laughable

Captained clubs and country; record goalscorer for club and country; penalty taker for clubs and country; pretty much won every club trophy in the book

Been there, done it and worn the pyjamas

He'll be qualified by 2019

Dalglish won the double in his first season as player/manager at 35; Kendall took over as Everton manager at 35

Rooney will be turning 34 in 2019 - he's always started young.....................and with a bang!

How about Koemans footballing CV, that meant a lot this year didn't it?

On top of a decades worth of management experience as well.

If you'd feel happy taking such a massive gamble then more fool you. I wouldn't and the majority of others wouldn't either.