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Postby archebuld2 » 27 Apr 2006, 00:17

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Postby User removed » 27 Apr 2006, 00:28

Great choice, though from what i have heard he won't even discuss it till after Portugal have been knocked out the World Cup.
And with the FA promising a replacement before the tournament starts, makes you think they may of exchanged handshakes under the table.

I'd def be happy with him.
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Postby shaf_j » 27 Apr 2006, 00:34

I have heard that unoficialy he has excepted but won;t do anything till fter the World Cup (just incase England win and they want Sven, yeah right :roll: )
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Postby csdaveuk » 27 Apr 2006, 14:38

Aye, he'll have accepted - they're not likely to offer the job to someone who's going to turn them down. It'd be too embarassing.

As for a good choice? My heart wants a local lad but he's a good manager, with a decent pedigree.

I can see it now... The Final, England v Brazil... Heskey and P Neville get a recall.
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Re: FA offer England job to Scolari

Postby User removed » 27 Apr 2006, 23:38

archebuld2 wrote:FA offer England job to Scolari.

Good choice?


I think so...

But the bigger question is what is 'archbuld2' doing in the sports forum ? :shock:
Rarely, if ever see you here ! Have you suddenly taken an interest in sport ?
Or are you approaching a mid-life crisis and feel the need to do everything at least once ? :D
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Re: FA offer England job to Scolari

Postby archebuld2 » 28 Apr 2006, 00:21

AGuru wrote:
archebuld2 wrote:FA offer England job to Scolari.

Good choice?


I think so...

But the bigger question is what is 'archbuld2' doing in the sports forum ? :shock:
Rarely, if ever see you here ! Have you suddenly taken an interest in sport ?
Or are you approaching a mid-life crisis and feel the need to do everything at least once ? :D


This is my second post in the sports forum. My first was a question about whether or not Scolari was a good choice.

Hey, I can go wherever I so wish within these boards. Just because I don't take a massive interest in sport, doesn't mean I'll avoid it.

The choice of the FA to approach a non-English manager yet again is very interesting.
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Re: FA offer England job to Scolari

Postby User removed » 28 Apr 2006, 00:32

Okay, myself i think there are not any real good international experienced English candidates for the English job.
I'm surprised they have gone for a Brazilian coach, but he seems to be a passionate disciplined sort of guy which is great.
Hopefully he won't take any nonense and drop Golden balls if needed.

With regards too nationality of a coach, i feel the best man for the job rather than a persons passport should be the deciding factor.

Perhaps he can rub some of the Brazilian magic on the English team.
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Postby GhostHunterUk » 28 Apr 2006, 18:45

BREAKING NEWS

Luiz Felipe Scolari has sensationally withdrawn his interest in becoming England's next coach.

http://home.skysports.com/list.asp?hlid ... ut+of+race
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Postby deedee87 » 28 Apr 2006, 20:14

snigger.
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Postby User removed » 29 Apr 2006, 19:30

GhostHunterUk wrote:BREAKING NEWS

Luiz Felipe Scolari has sensationally withdrawn his interest in becoming England's next coach.



Gee, what a mess ?
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Postby User removed » 29 Apr 2006, 23:55

I bet he's glad he didn't take it now :cry:
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