The return of Super Slav

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Under new owners, would you welcome back Slav?

Yes
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No
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The return of Super Slav

Post by ToneLoc » Wed Feb 12, 2020 8:40 pm

Vote and discuss...
If “yes” then why?
If “no” then why not?

The reason I say “under new owners” is because he wouldn’t touch this shower with an 18 foot ribbed nobbler.
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Re: The return of Super Slav

Post by Taansend » Wed Feb 12, 2020 10:02 pm

No because Noble & Nolan will be co managers
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Re: The return of Super Slav

Post by Neville Bartos » Wed Feb 12, 2020 10:26 pm

I like Slav, but he has his limitations. I'd like to think any new owners would be either ambitious, and appoint a top class coach, or brave, and appoint someone with real potential. Slav is neither of those things.
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Re: The return of Super SlavrbVe

Post by Newmarket » Wed Feb 12, 2020 10:34 pm

ToneLoc wrote:
Wed Feb 12, 2020 8:40 pm
Vote and discuss...
If “yes” then why?
If “no” then why not?

The reason I say “under new owners” is because he wouldn’t touch this shower with an 18 foot ribbed nobbler.
I did Like him Tone , probably our most likeable manager of modern times but we didn’t half watch some shit whilst he was in charge ...

Under a different regime, one that would back him financially It might be different but you could say that about every manager.

Besides it’s turned sour for him wherever he’s been after his first season .
Heart says yes head says no so I’ll bravely abstain like brave Sir Robin :lol:
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Re: The return of Super SlavrbVe

Post by ToneLoc » Wed Feb 12, 2020 11:19 pm

Newmarket wrote:
Wed Feb 12, 2020 10:34 pm
ToneLoc wrote:
Wed Feb 12, 2020 8:40 pm
Vote and discuss...
If “yes” then why?
If “no” then why not?

The reason I say “under new owners” is because he wouldn’t touch this shower with an 18 foot ribbed nobbler.
I did Like him Tone , probably our most likeable manager of modern times but we didn’t half watch some shit whilst he was in charge ...

Under a different regime, one that would back him financially It might be different but you could say that about every manager.

Besides it’s turned sour for him wherever he’s been after his first season .
Heart says yes head says no so I’ll bravely abstain like brave Sir Robin :lol:
Him or the undermining vermin thought Tim?
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Re: The return of Super Slav

Post by Ironworksfc » Wed Feb 12, 2020 11:23 pm

I will go with stupid question
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Re: The return of Super Slav

Post by Whiskyman » Wed Feb 12, 2020 11:36 pm

Jury's out with West Brom but in every club job he's had so far he's not set the world on fire. We had a great season in his first year, totally driven by one player who, in fairness, we would probably not have got had he not been the manager. But, ffs, replacing Payet with Snodgrass ? Do me a favour.

Not his fault totally of course but at Lokomotiv Moscow he led the club to their worst season in years, wasn't a great success at Besiktas and was tin tacked after a very short while from his job managing some Saudi outfit.

Good luck to the bloke and I hope he's a success at WBA. But even if we had a decent progressive ownership I wouldn't see him as an ideal managerial candidate. And he seems a decent enough guy so I wouldn't wish him any more time working under the present inept and cluelrss fuckwits we have in charge of the circus at the moment.

FFS a managerial triumvirate of Guardiola, Klopp and Mourinho couldn't succeed at the shambles of a club we have become under the Dildos.
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Re: The return of Super Slav

Post by Brookbonds73 » Thu Feb 13, 2020 1:15 am

Not for me I'm afraid.
New owners, new man in charge for me.
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Re: The return of Super Slav

Post by JayK » Thu Feb 13, 2020 2:14 am

Lovely bloke and really likeable and I felt sorry for him having to work for those cunt owners of ours. Under new management would hopefully be better for him and he’d be backed and trusted more in the market, but as said already, he had his limitations and I would like someone else. Hope he continues to do well for West Brom though. The only ex manager I’ve really looked for current results tbh.
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Re: The return of Super Slav

Post by palerider » Thu Feb 13, 2020 6:27 am

He was in Yeovil Aldi on Monday, pissed-up and aggressive. Pulling cereal packets off the shelves and swearing at shoppers.

No way for a football manager to behave, even in Aldi.



So no.
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