Which manager will suit West Ham Once Pellegrini retired/gone.

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Re: Which manager will suit West Ham Once Pellegrini retired/gone.

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Whiskyman wrote:
Sat Nov 02, 2019 8:56 am
Taansend wrote:
Sat Nov 02, 2019 1:34 am


Why not Whisky?

Personally have no idea whether he'd be good or not but wonder what you've seen (or haven't)
Pretty much everything I've read or heard about him says he's not the sharpest tool in the box. I reckon to be a manager you need to have something on the top floor. Imo Noble is a decent-ish player but doesn't strike me as management material at all.
Fair enough.

I'd love for an ex player to come back as a great manager. Was hoping Di Canio but he'd petered out. Maybe Nolan will.

I don't worry too much about next manager as even good ones can have a shite time occasionally

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would not mind seeing what eddie howe could do imho

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Hopefully tomorrow.

I’ll pay the cunts air fare.

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Lee bowyer 100%

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Imho Pellegrini no better than gormless Grant, Grant was never given money like Pellegrini as, Plus I don’t think Grant would have bought 2 Sunday league standard keepers.

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Imho Pellegrini no better than gormless Grant, Grant was never given money like Pellegrini as, Plus I don’t think Grant would have bought 2 Sunday league standard keepers.

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I have a feeling that Eddie Howe is a one club man. He suits Bournemouth, they suit him. Not going on his Burnley experience, just what I think.

I can't see Brendon Rogers wanting to come to West Ham. Why would he? Step down.

It'll probably be Alex McLeish.

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1985whu wrote:
Sat Nov 02, 2019 5:56 pm
I have a feeling that Eddie Howe is a one club man. He suits Bournemouth, they suit him. Not going on his Burnley experience, just what I think.

I can't see Brendon Rogers wanting to come to West Ham. Why would he? Step down.

It'll probably be Alex McLeish.
Or Ian Holloway.
Love a cup of Rosey I do.

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God help anyone that wants to take over this piss poor squad.

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Brookbonds73 wrote:
Sat Nov 02, 2019 6:02 pm
1985whu wrote:
Sat Nov 02, 2019 5:56 pm
I have a feeling that Eddie Howe is a one club man. He suits Bournemouth, they suit him. Not going on his Burnley experience, just what I think.

I can't see Brendon Rogers wanting to come to West Ham. Why would he? Step down.

It'll probably be Alex McLeish.
Or Ian Holloway.
At the moment I'd take that.
The cheque's in the post. Honestly.

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