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    Quote Originally Posted by Redad View Post
    There's no pressure at Burton, from the fans or owner, slightly different situation at Forest

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    They also have much less quality than us and are doing well to stay outside of the relegation zone.

    To be fair to Clough I don't think he's doing a bad job there. Bad result today but Wigan might have gained some confidence from last week.


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    Nobody with a half decent reputation would choose to work for Forest as things stand. Who couldn't afford to turn Forest down?

    Nigel Adkins
    Mark Robins
    Who else?


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    Quote Originally Posted by BryanRoy22 View Post
    They also have much less quality than us and are doing well to stay outside of the relegation zone.

    To be fair to Clough I don't think he's doing a bad job there. Bad result today but Wigan might have gained some confidence from last week.
    I agree, he should stay where he is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BryanRoy22 View Post
    They also have much less quality than us and are doing well to stay outside of the relegation zone.

    To be fair to Clough I don't think he's doing a bad job there. Bad result today but Wigan might have gained some confidence from last week.
    He's not done a bad job anywhere


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    Because the next manager hasn't been announced yet it is starting to look horribly like they've lost the dressing room.

    Only a matter of time before they have to go to save us from disaster.


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    Jermaine Jenas


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    Quote Originally Posted by Francis Benali (on loan) View Post
    Nobody with a half decent reputation would choose to work for Forest as things stand. Who couldn't afford to turn Forest down?

    Nigel Adkins
    Mark Robins
    Who else?
    What's Steve Clarke and Brian McDermott doing these days?

    Otherwise I completely agree with your general point Francis, which is why I make no apology for quoting my earlier post from Monty thread.......

    Quote Originally Posted by Otis Redd'un View Post
    Quite frankly, what other manager with any sort of reputation to preserve would even give us a second glance now? The fact that Rowett has now firmly distanced himself from the position is a clear demonstration of this.

    Only a very desperate, "fuck it, I'll give it a go" regular on the manager-go-round is likely to be remotely interested.



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    Quote Originally Posted by VlAndy!mir Stojkovic's death stare View Post
    Jermaine Jenas
    FTW




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    Quote Originally Posted by VlAndy!mir Stojkovic's death stare View Post
    Jermaine Jenas
    Jermaine Pennant as assistant.

    The two Jermaines. We'd be so cool.


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    Nigel with Scott Gemmell as his assistant, It'll work


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bangerz View Post
    FTW

    Calm down, Chris Brown.


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    Brian Deane as interim with Steven Gerrard to start in July.


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    How about Uwe Rosler?

    Nice guy, rough time at Leeds but great job everywhere else. Currently managing in the lower leagues, so poach-able


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    Cant see a UK Based manager coming in. Seriously, how many games would he get? Scapegoat is a scapegoat. I'm thankful that a decent man will have his credibility in tact, and no, im not talking about Fawaz here


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    Pearson ?


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    Di Canio.

    We'd definitely go down but at least we'd get to witness the spectacle of him and Fawaz mudwrestling next to Lady Bay Bridge


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    Quote Originally Posted by OLDMANRED View Post
    Nigel with Scott Gemmell as his assistant, It'll work
    I seriously can't see him leaving a stable, well-run club like Burton to work for an unstable owner at a club with no structure.

    Even in the extremely unlikely event that he would work for al-Hasawi in normal circumstances, I still can't see him jumping ship and leaving Burton in the lurch.


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    What about Alex Neil if he gets the boot this weekend?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bangerz View Post
    Di Canio.

    We'd definitely go down but at least we'd get to witness the spectacle of him and Fawaz mudwrestling next to Lady Bay Bridge
    My money would be on Di Canio.

    You just know there'd be low blows, eye gouging and ear biting.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BryanRoy22 View Post
    Rowett has already ruled himself out because he doesn't want to work with Fawaz.
    Pardew could do so much better but then he's just as self destructive as Billy Davies. He'd probably walk out after a couple of weeks.

    There really is very little choice out there and we have a decent, respectable manager already here, who is putting up with the shit like not many would. It's time to just get behind him and give him backing with transfer funds then re-assess in May.
    Looking at his interview on the BBC match report there is no money -

    "We now have to plan quickly to strengthen the squad. Decisions have to be taken now, instead of two or three days before the deadline. It is difficult because we do not have any money but I need to know exactly what I can I can plan and decide. I have targets but I do not know my budget. I need to have a meeting with the chairman for some advice on what we can do together."



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    Quote Originally Posted by I'm Red Till Dead View Post
    Looking at his interview on the BBC match report there is no money -

    "We now have to plan quickly to strengthen the squad. Decisions have to be taken now, instead of two or three days before the deadline. It is difficult because we do not have any money but I need to know exactly what I can I can plan and decide. I have targets but I do not know my budget. I need to have a meeting with the chairman for some advice on what we can do together."
    Doesn't sound good, does it?

    At least he recognises things have to move quickly now in terms of signings, rather than panic buying 2 days before the deadline. Whether he'll be given the chance to plan is another matter.

    It appears the poor bloke has had zero contact from the prospective new owners or Fawaz.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BryanRoy22 View Post
    They also have much less quality than us and are doing well to stay outside of the relegation zone.

    To be fair to Clough I don't think he's doing a bad job there. Bad result today but Wigan might have gained some confidence from last week.
    Coming into the season on a high.... whereas we are a club massively in decline.....momentum is a beautiful thing


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    Quote Originally Posted by Francis Benali (on loan) View Post
    Brian Deane .
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    Quote Originally Posted by BryanRoy22 View Post
    Jermaine Pennant as assistant.

    The two Jermaines. We'd be so cool.
    As that's unlikely it's hardly germane is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    Coming into the season on a high.... whereas we are a club massively in decline.....momentum is a beautiful thing
    True. Psychologically it's so important in sport.

    But I think we also had a feel good factor at the start of the season with an exciting foreign manager coming in. Everyone was behind it.

    But we had the wind taken out of our sails with the usual bollocks behind the scenes. I don't think it was as much as losing Burke's quality that was the big problem, but everyone was pumped up together and that seems to have been the turning point. Burke was a bit part of the positivity factor and I believe the players and the manager were mentally affected by the shock, when they'd been given assurances otherwise.

    Montanier has had to try and get everyone back on track and it's not been easy. Everyone would have expected a takeover to have happened much sooner, too. None of it has helped.


 

 

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