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WHUDeano 11:48 Wed Jun 22
Next England manager
Obviously this is not really the ideal time to be starting this discussion, but I just saw a list of the next England manager odds and truly realised just how far the British manager has fallen in the game. Hodgson is probably around the same level as the other home nation teams, maybe even below O'Neil, and not seemingly able to get the best out of the attacking talent at his disposal. At the risk of sound harsh, there are times he even reminds me of Allardyce in his tactical inability to break down defensive teams and lack of ideas when attacking.

Who do you see as the next England manager? I live close to Cheltenham at the moment and was amused to hear a conversation earlier of a group of lads declaring that Bilic would make a good manager! n ITV, but next England manager....

The odds don't make for pleasant reading though:

Gareth Southgate 4/1
Alan Pardew 8/1
Gary Neville 8/1
Eddie Howe 12/1
Sam Allardyce 16/1
Brendan Rodgers 16/1
Arsene Wenger 22/1
Jose Mourinho 22/1
Garry Monk 25/1
Mauricio Pochettino 25/1
Steve Bruce 25/1
David Moyes 25/1
Guus Hiddink 25/1
Ryan Giggs 33/1
Sean Dyche 33/1
Paul Clement 33/1
Gary Rowett 33/1
Claudio Ranieri 40/1
Slaven Bilic 40/1
Mark Warburton 50/1
Neil Warnock 50/1
Martin O'Neill 50/1
Carlo Ancelotti 50/1
Roberto Martinez 50/1
Luis Felipe Scolari 50/1
Pep Guardiola 50/1
Stuart Pearce 50/1
Tony Pulis 50/1
Glenn Hoddle 50/1
Harry Redknapp 50/1
Mark Sampson 66/1
Kenny Jackett 66/1
Phil Neville 66/1
David Beckham 66/1
Manuel Pellegrini 66/1
Louis van Gaal 66/1
Tim Sherwood 66/1
Alan Shearer 80/1
John Terry 100/1
Sven-Goran Eriksson 100/1
Frank Lampard 100/1
Nigel Clough 100/1
Roberto Di Matteo 100/1
Steven Gerrard 100/1
Alex Ferguson 100/1
Vicente Del Bosque 100/1
Alan Curbishley 250/1

Replies - Newest Posts First (Show In Chronological Order)

Athletico Easthamico 10:25 Tue Jun 28
Re: Next England manager
Bilic.

cosmo smallpiece 1:01 Tue Jun 28
Re: Next England manager
Someone who actually gives a fuck and shows it on the touch line, but who also doesn't give a fuck about the FA.

Eerie Descent 12:53 Tue Jun 28
Re: Next England manager
'Eddie Howe is too young & inexperienced.'


Yep, experience is why we've been so successful with Woy.

What a load of old cunt.

claret on my shirt 12:30 Tue Jun 28
Re: Next England manager
Seriously who gives a fuck until they start picking players who deserve their places.

chad sexington 12:25 Tue Jun 28
Re: Next England manager
Howe

Jam rock Ammer 12:25 Tue Jun 28
Re: Next England manager
Get Boris Johnson in

mentor 12:25 Tue Jun 28
Re: Next England manager
Yeah, lets give it to another old cunt.

mr blue sky 12:25 Tue Jun 28
Re: Next England manager
Has to be Alex V

bruuuno 12:25 Tue Jun 28
Re: Next England manager
Fucking boltkunt could do a better job than woy

monto 12:23 Tue Jun 28
Re: Next England manager
Let Harry finally have a go.

mentor 12:21 Tue Jun 28
Re: Next England manager
You don't need experience. Roy had experience.

normannomates 12:14 Tue Jun 28
Re: Next England manager
I'd have Sean Dyce out of that list

Seriously..really rate him as a boss

PanasonicHeadphone 12:11 Tue Jun 28
Re: Next England manager
Can Pardew go the required two years (minimum) without nutting someone?

Mind you, at least the players would be less desperate to have their wives hanging about.

wurzel 12:07 Tue Jun 28
Re: Next England manager
Please not Fatty or Southgate, Pardew for me

The Stoat 12:04 Tue Jun 28
Re: Next England manager
Lump on a Fat Sam and Harry double act

WHUDeano 12:02 Tue Jun 28
Re: Next England manager
Eddie Howe is too young & inexperienced.

The only experienced English manger out there is Harry Redknapp. The rest have zero creative & attacking know how. There's no one perfect, we need a good man manager who can attack - redknapp & Southgate perhaps. But Pizza Hut Southgate? Fuck off

mentor 11:58 Mon Jun 27
Re: Next England manager
I'd give it to Eddie Howe.

WHUDeano 11:52 Mon Jun 27
Re: Next England manager
Has to be a foreigner, English managers do not have the tactical awareness of how to break down defensive teams. Like Allardyce in the Championship playing 1 man up front in a home game against Doncaster. To be successful you need to know how to be a winner, and in England we don't have any proven top level English managers. We talk of investing in grass roots football, but we need to go to the source - coaching and management. I'm not a rugby fan, but look at Jones in the rugby, the difference is ridiculous. You can have the best players in the world but with poor coaching & management you have no chance - when Rashford took the corner at the end...fuck me

Athletico Easthamico 11:45 Mon Jun 27
Re: Next England manager
Bilic.

HairyHammer 11:38 Thu Jun 23
Re: Next England manager
Pardew

Not a nice character but English enough hungry enough and Intelligent enough to do the job he is not quite yet an old goat either which will help.

And his passion too is another big positive the sore loosing Buzzard,

Spandex Sidney 11:31 Thu Jun 23
Re: Next England manager
I think Howe would be a bad choice right now for the same reason. He's good with players day to day it would seem, being the England manager is about getting together cliques of players from the clubs that pay their wages, stripping them down and somehow shaping them into an actual team to WIN, not play good football and lose. International management is knockout football.

For this reason alone, Mourinho for me.

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