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Who?

Pearcie
2
11%
Allardyce
4
21%
Curbishley
1
5%
McLaren
1
5%
Jewell
0
No votes
O'Neill
1
5%
Gus Hidink
6
32%
Other
4
21%
 
Total votes : 19

Postby renegade_angel » 25 Jan 2006, 17:26

I gotta agree with sambrox, El Tel was a good England manager and could still do a good job for us now.
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Postby dinsfire » 25 Jan 2006, 23:30

Terry Wogan
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Postby JedHawk » 25 Jan 2006, 23:38

dinsfire wrote:Terry Wogan


Nil points.

I recommend Ronnie Moore.
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Postby User removed » 26 Jan 2006, 15:18

Vote Souness!
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Postby lutha89 » 26 Jan 2006, 20:53

I'll be surprised if he makes it past the 2nd round tbh


I know what you're saying but it's true, this is the best chance since 66.
Why you say, this is why

Robinson - Growing into a world class keeper
Neville - Never really liked him but he does a job
Terry - One of the best defenders in the world
Ferdinand - Good
Ashley Cole - Best Left Back in world
Beckham - Having a storming season in La Liga
Gerrard - One of the best players in the world
Lampard - Same as above
Cole - Good, bit selfish sometimes
Rooney - Unbelievable talen, if he turns it on he could well be the player of the tournament.
Owen - When he's on form one of the most lethal finishers in the world.

So practically we have a team full of world class talent.

Also we're English, we always think we're going to win!
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Postby mike397 » 26 Jan 2006, 22:07

You also need that kind of optimism to give the team the kind of support needed to lift their confidence.
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Postby Crow555 » 27 Jan 2006, 11:46

Fair enough I can accept that. But you could have the best players in the world but have a hopeless manager and well sadly you do. Ericcson is hopeless tactics wise and if the England team do win, it won't be cause of him.

Besides, I can hardly talk. The Republic of Ireland just hired Staunton as manager. No major tournaments for the next 6-8 years then there either.
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Postby User removed » 27 Jan 2006, 11:57

I'll agree with your points Lutha, but if one of those players were to get injured, say Rooney, who would cover for him...


Peter Crouch? In my opinion Peter Crouch is the biggest load of s**t I've ever seen in an England shirt.
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Postby Crow555 » 27 Jan 2006, 11:59

But what a tall muffin eh? :wink:
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Postby lutha89 » 27 Jan 2006, 12:34

Agreed Erikson is not such a good manager. And i know Crouchie isn't brilliant but he does the job for the mighty reds most of the time.
He's got a good touch and definately provides another option, especially for Owen.
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Postby Beats12 » 27 Jan 2006, 15:19

The_Hun1 wrote:Sir Alex Ferguson, a born and proud scot's man from glasgow managing the national team of england, aye that will be right!!

Is that a pig flying i see???


Im sure that Ferguson has officially stated that the only reason he would take the England job would be to destroy the team.
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Postby The_Hun1 » 28 Jan 2006, 17:34

Im sure that Ferguson has officially stated that the only reason he would take the England job would be to destroy the team.


Doesn't the team do that to a certain desgree all by themselfs, go into the lead then fall asleep and give away comical goals, then lose on penalty's

Bare witness to portugal 2004, brazil 2002, don't even think they made it out of the group in 2000, got stuffed by argentina in 1998, lost on penalties to germany in 1996, didn't qualify for 1994 and got dumped by the swedes at 1992 and lost to germany on the magic penalties in the semi final of the world cup.


I hear that the italian's still have a moutain rescue team searching for the ball that waddle blasted over the bar in the semi finals high up in the alps when he took his moon kick.
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Postby wassy2k » 28 Jan 2006, 18:04

The_Hun1 wrote:Im sure that Ferguson has officially stated that the only reason he would take the England job would be to destroy the team.


Doesn't the team do that to a certain desgree all by themselfs, go into the lead then fall asleep and give away comical goals, then lose on penalty's

Bare witness to portugal 2004, brazil 2002, don't even think they made it out of the group in 2000, got stuffed by argentina in 1998, lost on penalties to germany in 1996, didn't qualify for 1994 and got dumped by the swedes at 1992 and lost to germany on the magic penalties in the semi final of the world cup.


I hear that the italian's still have a moutain rescue team searching for the ball that waddle blasted over the bar in the semi finals high up in the alps when he took his moon kick.


Stuffed by Argentina? Robbed by the ref more like.
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Postby lutha89 » 28 Jan 2006, 20:01

I just can't believe they are considering Big Phil Scolari for the job, f**k his managerial skills, he's the guy who managed Brazil and Portugal to victories over us in World cup 2002 and Euro 04 respectively.
I can't forgive him for that.
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Postby GhostHunterUk » 29 Jan 2006, 19:04

Allardyce For me, Or Pearce.
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