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I foresee a staff clear out, a player clear out and a new manager.

The new board will restructure the club from top to bottom and we will by from lower leagues / loan from the Premier League and utilise our youth players for the next few seasons.

 

It might take 3-4 years in the Championship, but I'd rather do that and become a stable club than one that yo-yo's up and down and carry on as we are at the moment.

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I think it will show a great deal of what is really going on behind the scenes IF garde stays with us next season.

 

If he leaves we really are fecked...and its little to do with him per se.

 

For this reason Id love to see him here next season!

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I wouldn't mind Holloway, would give us a bit of excitement and he has shown he can get a club promoted.

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4 minutes ago, Jareth said:

I wouldn't mind Holloway, would give us a bit of excitement and he has shown he can get a club promoted.

nononono, it's entertaining when we win and for a month or so, but it becomes unbearable. Don't ever wan't another manager that speaks without thinking, 

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Don't want Holloway, half arsed manager that used to be famous. He's an idiot.

I want Garde to stay. Failing that, Hughton I think would be the best candidate. 

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1 hour ago, KHV said:

He has been monumentally shit since he left Everton

You'd turn your nose up at Moyes? In our position? 

 

Moyes would be the best appointment we could make by a million miles, don't think he would touch us though. 

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1 hour ago, chrisp65 said:

On the presumption we'll have the same owner with the same faults making the same catastrophic decisions and still trying to manage a tight budget but not actually understanding anything about anything but thinking you can fix everything with another appointment to the board....what Manager would be thick enough to take us on?

Are we really going to go out and get a quality Manager and hand him the money for 15 players that can get promotion? Of course we're not.

Therefore, you have to already be dubious about any head case that would take the job on.

That's where we are. We're an engine, body, brakes, fuel, pit team, running gear and a driver away from being a decent racing car.

We got the pit station at least 

 

48 minutes ago, Dante_Lockhart said:

I foresee a staff clear out, a player clear out and a new manager.

The new board will restructure the club from top to bottom and we will by from lower leagues / loan from the Premier League and utilise our youth players for the next few seasons.

 

It might take 3-4 years in the Championship, but I'd rather do that and become a stable club that yo-yo up and down and carry on as we are at the moment.

I hope for this. It seems too logical for Villa though. 

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5 minutes ago, PieFacE said:

You'd turn your nose up at Moyes? In our position? 

 

Moyes would be the best appointment we could make by a million miles, don't think he would touch us though. 

Yes, I would. I think he has had his purple patch in management, I don't think he will do anything of  note ever again

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I'd take Moyes in a heartbeat. Would be happy with someone like Mick McCarthy. No nonsense and lots of experience.

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28 minutes ago, Jareth said:

I wouldn't mind Holloway, would give us a bit of excitement and he has shown he can get a club promoted.

He is a massive word removed

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We've been burned enough buying players living off past achievements let's not start doing the same with managers. Moyes, Pearson, Holloway, McCarthy are not the solution imo  

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Big Sam isn't an option. If Sunderland go down, he won't quit because he's too stubborn to accept failure, and they won't sack him because they will know he's probably one of the best out there to get them back up.

 

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Not sure about the likes of Bruce, I'd want a manager who can bring us up and stay with us for a long time.

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10 hours ago, Uppernorthstander said:

Grayson...

 

I'd rather have McLeish as manager, lambert as his assistant houllier as goalkeeper coach and then Timmy as director of football before him!

 

For what reason do you think so little of Grayson?

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2 minutes ago, OneNightInRotterdam said:

Doesn't every club? 

For sure, but I meant I don't want a promotion specialist who then moves on. Though if they get us up that would do fine...

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6 minutes ago, Jareth said:

Not sure about the likes of Bruce, I'd want a manager who can bring us up and stay with us for a long time.

Will never happen, if you can get a manger to stay with you for two seasons then  they become one of the longest serving in the league!!!

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2 minutes ago, Jareth said:

For sure, but I meant I don't want a promotion specialist who then moves on. Though if they get us up that would do fine...

Id settle for that atm!

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