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Next england manager

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Bodgeitandleggit, 9 Feb 2012.

  1. Bodgeitandleggit

    Bodgeitandleggit

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    Ladbrokes have stopped taking all bets on Harry Rednapp for the next england manager and no doubt he will get it........but I would like to see Alex Ferguson get the job if was interested, he is british and has a very good track record behind him.......this could be a new challenge as he has won everything on the domestic front
     
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    Yep, ever since Rosie was seen putting £189,000 on him, in their Tottenham branch,. :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL:
     
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    Like it :D :D :D
     
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    A scot in charge of an England national side? :eek: :eek: :eek: that has to be the daftest notion ever post on any forum ever... :LOL: :LOL: :LOL:

    The Scots hate the English.... Fergie would put out a team of unknown octagenarians !!!! (although we'd still beat Scotland ;) )
     
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    Nothing wrong with a sweaty sock....better than a italian........but look at his track record compared to arrys
     
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    I've never understood the allowing of foreign managers for national teams fullstop.

    It makes a mockery of the whole concept of a National side.
     
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    Harry Rednapp might be a shoe in as the next England manager, but Spurs have stood by him throughout - so would he leave after turning round Spurs from mid table, to Champions League contenders?
     
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    Well, no doubt, Harry will be taking advice from his accountant on the job front.
    I see another bank account for Rosie in the coming weeks. ;) ;) ;) ;)
     
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    :LOL: Good one
     
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    Harry won't touch it with a bargepole. He's been in the running for the job since he was at West Ham. He stated he wouldn't have it then, and I can't see him having it now.

    A 'thankless task' is the phrase he used from memory.
     
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    From global community :-

    José Mourinho - Can cut it in UK, honours won, served his time under one of our best -Bobby R - So he knows what.

    Guus Hiddink - Thinking at least Korea 2002, gets them running and keeps 'em revelling in it.

    Local in pole position :-
    Our 'arry, - Columnist - Sun newspaper :- "I write like a two-year-old," he told officers in a tape played to the court. "I can't spell." Nor, he continued, could he work a computer or send a fax, email or text message.
    Well qualified for that job then.

    -0-
     
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    Please god let harry turn it down, stay at spurs! God forbid spuds don't get Jose as there next manager! They will win the league next year if they do!
    It makes me sick to think of it! :confused: :cry:
     
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