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New manager wanted: Swansea City FC

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As the title states, Swansea City FC are due to lose their manager to Wigan and Dave Whelan and his pies. Any decent suggestions welcomed Read More
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
As the title states, Swansea City FC are due to lose their manager to Wigan and Dave Whelan and his pies.

Any decent suggestions welcomed
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
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#1
Gareth Southgate?



Please!!!!!
#2
gordon strachan is available:whistling:
#3
borolad94
Gareth Southgate?



Please!!!!!


erm...no thanks :oops:

see you next season
#4
any suggestions for us? sounds like west brom are losing tony mowbray to celtic :(
#5
Alan Pardew
#6
gary speed
#7
tony adams
#8
emhaslam
any suggestions for us? sounds like west brom are losing tony mowbray to celtic :(


Alan Curbishly?
#9
peodude
Alan Curbishly?


i'd take him - but would still prefer TM :(
banned#10
Roberto Mancini or Roy Keane :D:D
#11
supersonic1013
Roberto Mancini or Roy Keane :D:D

Roy Keane or Paul Ince,
both applied for the Brighton job,
#12
scousekop
Roy Keane or Paul Ince,
both applied for the Brighton job,


Um, I don't think Roy Keane applied for the Brighton job considering he is Ipswich manager.

HTH.
#13
The JFK
Um, I don't think Roy Keane applied for the Brighton job considering he is Ipswich manager.

HTH.

I stand corrected:oops:
#14
So much for promises Mr Martinez 'i'll never leave this club'
#15
t0mm
So much for promises Mr Martinez 'i'll never leave this club'


That's similar to what Brendan Rodger's said last week. I guess the chance to manage such a glorious club like Reading was too good an opportunity to turn down. :-D
#16
Paul Tisdale would be a decent and realistic replacement.
#17
The JFK
That's similar to what Brendan Rodger's said last week. I guess the chance to manage such a glorious club like Reading was too good an opportunity to turn down. :-D


after they couldnt get ferguson...

i reckon speed will go for it, learnig his trade at sheffield as coach atm with blackwell.....leeds crew
#18
t0mm
So much for promises Mr Martinez 'i'll never leave this club'


You would not believe some of the things people have written about him. I live in hope that he will stay and maybe an 11th hour hitch will fcuk things up for the move to Wigan - but its not going to happen.

Paulo Di Canio, Roberto Di Matteo or Chris Coleman (Swansea boy, born and bred)

Paul Ince - I think not

West Brom will have a job replacing TM - good luck there
#19
He is a lying Judas and I will never forgive him.

He sold us the dream and then ******ed off when the cash was wafted in front of his nose.
Wigan FFS. Have some ambition Roberto!

I know they say no man is bigger than the club but when that man then comes back and rapes the place for the entire coaching staff and best players (as he will), then that isn't true.

Odd that the announcement isn't going to be made until Wednesday. It's so he can convince his backroom staff to join him and for terms to be agreed with them I guess.

Not that I'm bitter or anything.

SWANSEA TILL I DIE!
#20
sideshow Bob
#21
And if Chris Coleman gets appointed I'm not renewing my season ticket.
Boring boring football and we'll be relegated :viking:
#22
damaje73
You would not believe some of the things people have written about him. I live in hope that he will stay and maybe an 11th hour hitch will fcuk things up for the move to Wigan - but its not going to happen.

Paulo Di Canio, Roberto Di Matteo or Chris Coleman (Swansea boy, born and bred)

Paul Ince - I think not

West Brom will have a job replacing TM - good luck there
ince is a top manager. blackburn was a tough job for anyone, and he's proven at MK.

swansea should take mccall . .
#23
dave jones
#24
intenso100
dave jones


Not funny. We don't want a fat Gary Glitter :p
#25
BlasterLad;5420992
Not funny. We don't want a fat Gary Glitter :p

lol :), i heard young Jordi Cruyff , been linked :whistling:
#26
intenso100
lol :), i heard young Jordi Cruyff , been linked :whistling:


So many names are being touted about. Cruyff is good friends with Martinez (he's godfather to Jordi's kids I believe) and wrote the foreword to his autobiography (which I have now shredded :thumbsup: )

I think the Falkirk manager John Hughes is most likely.

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