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Curbishley Quits West Ham

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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
That is all for now
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
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#1
he deserves a crack at the england job

whats going on at manc - fergie getting ready to go - megabucks for him if olympics want him
http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/teams/m/man_utd/7596015.stm
#2
holly100
whats going on at manc - fergie getting ready to go - megabucks for him if olympics want him
http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/teams/m/man_utd/7596015.stm


Where does it say in there he is getting ready to leave, all that is is a replacement assistant for Quieroz who left. Ferguson won't be leaving till he's won at least two more titles. One to equal Liverpool's record, and then another to beat it. Unfortunately
#4
man with principles - rafa shaking in his flip flops - :-D
banned#5
Sets it up for Bilic nicely
#6
hankmarvin4
Sets it up for Bilic nicely


Just what I was thinking
#7
hankmarvin4
Sets it up for Bilic nicely


He has already ruled himself out of the job

http://sport.setanta.com/en/Sport/News/Football/2008/09/03/Prem-Bilic-on-West-Ham/

Don't be surprised to see Redknapp return with Paulo Di Canio as an assistant :thumbsup:
#8
RedIron
Don't be surprised to see Redknapp return with Paulo Di Canio as an assistant :thumbsup:


I'd be very surprised if Redknapp left Portsmouth, unless of course you want Jamie
#9
peodude
I'd be very surprised if Redknapp left Portsmouth, unless of course you want Jamie


Well don't be, he's a West Ham boy at heart and he has shown he doesn't mind returning to his old clubs. He was gutted when he got sacked here but we have a new board now and he will jump at the chance to return.

He has taken Portsmouth as far as he can and there's a hefty transfer budget here waiting to be spent by the right manager. He also hasn't ruled out returning here.

Also note the other day in an interview he said the Portsmouth fans need to raise the atmosphere like we do at Upton Park, mistake or is there more than that in it?
banned#10
It would be a step backwards to move from a club that has actually won something and finished top 6.
#11
Keegan had a love for the Geordies, and returned to his former club, promised big transfer budgets and whatever he wanted. Look how well that has gone. Hopefully Harry will learn from Keegans mistakes, and stay. If Portsmouth keep improving, and playing like they are, then it won't be long before an investor comes in for them. Then he will have as much money as he needs
#12
guv
It would be a step backwards to move from a club that has actually won something and finished top 6.


Not really, but at least West Ham are a top ten club unlike two other Premier League clubs from London.

Any club stands a chance winning the FA Cp or Carling cup, you only have to see that in our first season back up we was in the final of the FA Cup and Wigan in the Carling Cup. Portsmouth got a easy draw and a lot of luck against Manchester United this season whereas you had Arsenal field a team of reserves and Chelsea didn't turn up.

peodude
Keegan had a love for the Geordies, and returned to his former club, promised big transfer budgets and whatever he wanted. Look how well that has gone. Hopefully Harry will learn from Keegans mistakes, and stay. If Portsmouth keep improving, and playing like they are, then it won't be long before an investor comes in for them. Then he will have as much money as he needs


Keegan isn't happy with wise whereas Harry has been seen on numerous occasions scouting with Gianluca Nani

Portsmouth isn't an attractive club for investors anyway, they have a small stadium, small fan base and the land their stadium is built on is worth very little. I would be very surprised f a serious investor invested in Portsmouth as it is not a viable business move

They will not improve on last seasons finish either
#13
Di Canio has already given an interview saying he would love to come back here

http://sport.setanta.com/en/Sport/News/Football/2008/09/03/Prem-Di-Canio-on-West-Ham/
banned#14
RedIron
Not really, but at least West Ham are a top ten club unlike two other Premier League clubs from London.

Any club stands a chance winning the FA Cp or Carling cup, you only have to see that in our first season back up we was in the final of the FA Cup and Wigan in the Carling Cup. Portsmouth got a easy draw and a lot of luck against Manchester United this season whereas you had Arsenal field a team of reserves and Chelsea didn't turn up.


Haha. Who cares. Winning is what counts.

BTW - just heard a few fans on 5 live saying they hope Rednap doesn't return, saying the play under him was useless when he was there.
#15
guv
Haha. Who cares. Winning is what counts.

BTW - just heard a few fans on 5 live saying they hope Rednap doesn't return, saying the play under him was useless when he was there.


Swing and roundabouts everyone likes something different

For me though Redknapp played the sort of football West Ham did pre Curbishley, that's what we need here no more 4-5-1's

Di Canio will give us the flair we need and will be there for the fans more than anything and I wouldn't mind seeing him get a run out in the Carrlig Cup :whistling:

Harry's downfall anyway was an insistence on playing wingbacks whereas that's viable with our current squad

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