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Surfinglizard 5:55 Mon Nov 27
Q: Has any former WH manager ever gone on to manage a “Bigger” club?
Was just reading Allerdyce is favourite to become Everton manager, wondered if any former WH manager has gone to a so called “bigger” club in recent history?

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british is best 1:39 Thu Nov 30
Re: Q: Has any former WH manager ever gone on to manage a “Bigger” club?
again people are confusing bigger with more sucessful .a properly funded whu would kick the arses of the second biggest clubs in north london and merseyside look over to the sexton blakes of sw6 for proof . they were considered smaller than both .they aint now .and they did it with a far smaller catchment area than west ham .

DukeofDevo 8:38 Wed Nov 29
Re: Q: Has any former WH manager ever gone on to manage a “Bigger” club?
Anybody mentioned Lou Macari went on to STOKE and CELTIC

Lertie Button 8:35 Wed Nov 29
Re: Q: Has any former WH manager ever gone on to manage a “Bigger” club?
Alan Pards Pardew - West Brom, a proper football club and West in the name

gph 3:13 Wed Nov 29
Re: Q: Has any former WH manager ever gone on to manage a “Bigger” club?
Roeder was blatantly trying to turn Newcastle into West Ham North.

First, he got claret onto their away kit. He would have got it joined by blue the following season, and then ensured that they always played shit at home, so claret and blue looked lucky.

Then it would become their home kit.

Unfortunately, he got a bit muddled up, and they played shit everywhere, and too soon...

13 Brentford Rd 11:11 Wed Nov 29
Re: Q: Has any former WH manager ever gone on to manage a “Bigger” club?
Redknapp at Spurs.
Roeder at Newcastle who were bigger at the time.
Allardyce hasn't got the Everton job yet but based on honours Everton are a bigger club too.

Swiss. 10:53 Wed Nov 29
Re: Q: Has any former WH manager ever gone on to manage a “Bigger” club?
sorry are England a club?

Rednapp at Spurs and Allardyce at Everton.

icwhs 6:36 Wed Nov 29
Re: Q: Has any former WH manager ever gone on to manage a “Bigger” club?
Allardyce =England

Darby_ 7:33 Tue Nov 28
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Darby_ 6:05 Mon Nov 27
Re: Q: Has any former WH manager ever gone on to manage a “Bigger” club?
Everton’s not really bigger. They’ve just been more successful on the field.


So apart from having about 10% of their trophies and usually far less fans they are not bigger thaj us?



Yes, Eggbert, I’ve already said they’ve been more successful on the field, but as geep said, Preston have won a lot more trophies than us too. Trophies are not how people define a club’s size.

Financially we’re richer:

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forbes%27_list_of_the_most_valuable_football_clubs

And a much bigger average attendance:

http://www.worldfootball.net/attendance/eng-premier-league-2016-2017/1/

HTHYFC.

Sven Roeder 12:27 Tue Nov 28
Re: Q: Has any former WH manager ever gone on to manage a “Bigger” club?
Glenn Roeder at Newcastle
Avram Grant at Partizan Belgrade & Ghana

Mart O 8:21 Mon Nov 27
Re: Q: Has any former WH manager ever gone on to manage a “Bigger” club?
Newcastle are bigger than West Ham (according to some on here) ?

FOMB.

Redeye 8:14 Mon Nov 27
Re: Q: Has any former WH manager ever gone on to manage a “Bigger” club?
Allardyce > England

Far Cough 8:04 Mon Nov 27
Re: Q: Has any former WH manager ever gone on to manage a “Bigger” club?
Alright then, Alan Devonshire Braintree Town

Lertie Button 7:49 Mon Nov 27
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Yes Pards at Crystal Palace

chim chim cha boo 7:49 Mon Nov 27
Re: Q: Has any former WH manager ever gone on to manage a “Bigger” club?
Fair enough Terry. I'm in with that logic.

So we all finally agree the answer to the original question is 'no'.

Let's move on, move to other threads and continue stalking, arguing about not stalking, carrying on calling each other cunts and our embittered and sometimes obviously mentally ill petty feuds and squabbling like tarts.

terry-h 6:38 Mon Nov 27
Re: Q: Has any former WH manager ever gone on to manage a “Bigger” club?
In the period Greenwood managed England, they won bugger all, whereas West Ham won the FA Cup, won promotion and were finalists in the Football League Cup.
I therefore put it to you, that Engerland were not a 'bigger club' than the Hammers at that time.

gph 6:27 Mon Nov 27
Re: Q: Has any former WH manager ever gone on to manage a “Bigger” club?
Are Preston bigger than West Ham? They certainly USED to be.

Eddie B 6:26 Mon Nov 27
Re: Q: Has any former WH manager ever gone on to manage a “Bigger” club?
Everton are bigger than WHU

Cheezey Bell-End 6:25 Mon Nov 27
Re: Q: Has any former WH manager ever gone on to manage a “Bigger” club?
Arguably Redknapp and the north London team.

gph 6:24 Mon Nov 27
Re: Q: Has any former WH manager ever gone on to manage a “Bigger” club?
The WHO apostrophe happens to you too, charley.

I feel better about mine, now

BRANDED 6:24 Mon Nov 27
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England. Twice.

charleyfarley 6:19 Mon Nov 27
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WE had a lot of ex west ham players went on to become manager's of other clubs
Malcolm Allison (Manchester City’s manager),
Noel Cantwell (Coventry City’s manager),
Frank O’Farrell (Manchester United’s manager),
John Bond (Bournemouth’s manager),
Dave Sexton (Chelsea’s manager),
Jimmy Andrews (Luton Town’s coach)
Malcolm Musgrove (Manchester United’s coach).

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