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Goncharenko - Went to Russia like most people in that region do but it seemed there was too much politics at Kuban and he was sacked after 12 games or something. Still only 37 so will get a club soon no doubt!

Riddersholm - 42, worked with Danish youth prior to this job. Got Midtjylland competing with a basically one club league and in the CL and this season is running away with the league.

Wanchope - 38, Recently appointed head coach after winning the Copa CentroAmerica as Interim manager so maybe an unrealistic target. Was assistant with Costa Rica for 4 years.

Tapia - 37, Won the Clausara for the first time in 5 years with a record number of goals. He's a local hero though so again maybe slightly unrealistic.

Garitano - 39, took Eibar from the 3rd tier of Spanish football to La Liga and is looking likely to keep them up this season against all the odds as Eibar is the smallest city in La Liga history. Hailed for his attitude towards how he plays against Real/Barca. Potentially a very exciting manager.

Vitoria - 44, won the League cup with both Pacos Ferreira and Guimaraes, been at the club for 4 years now.

Santos - 35, highly rated in Brazil (Tim Vickery recommends), he done well at Curitiba then was sacked unfairly went to Bahia and struggled before being begged back to Curitiba.

Another one I seen mentioned by somebody else was Thomas Tuchel which would be a very good shout.

I just think these types of managers are ones we should be looking at. Thinking outside the box. For those saying they are horrible choices, Mark Warburton and Cathro aren't exactly miles better than them.

When i first seen the list it read like a Mexican drug cartel but respect is due for your knowledge in this area

Heard Stale Stensaas is highly regarded as youth coach at Rosenberg and may well be one for the future..

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Souness has a dodgy heart, he is done with management.

Even if he didn't have a dodgy heart I can't believe people think that after nearly a decade out the game he'd be tripping over himself to give up a probable seven figure sum job with Sky to come and manage the shit we have at the club just now.

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Even if he didn't have a dodgy heart I can't believe people think that after nearly a decade out the game he'd be tripping over himself to give up a probable seven figure sum job with Sky to come and manage the shit we have at the club just now.

You never know mate money aint everything and lets be honest hed still be well paid if he had to join us despite sayin hed come in and help for free! A would love it Kevin Keegan style if Souness comes to Ibrox again

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Approach Cathro, Adkins, Warburton, ask them for their input and thoughts. Magath I'd listen to what he's got to say on the matter and I'd also open it up to applicants, I imagine the likes of Mcall, Davies, etc would apply and I'd be more than happy to invite them in for a chat too. Pick the best one, who is the more open to a progressive style of football and has the credentials to back it up.

Appoint new gaffer by next week, go up via playoffs, pump Celtic. Job done.

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You never know mate money aint everything and lets be honest hed still be well paid if he had to join us despite sayin hed come in and help for free! A would love it Kevin Keegan style if Souness comes to Ibrox again

The same Kevin Keegan thats won fuck all as a manager?

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The same Kevin Keegan thats won fuck all as a manager?

I don't think he was comparing them as managers tbh.

I think he brought Keegan up purely as a play on his use of the phrase love it.

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When i first seen the list it read like a Mexican drug cartel but respect is due for your knowledge in this area

Heard Stale Stensaas is highly regarded as youth coach at Rosenberg and may well be one for the future..

Christ, remember him?! Had to google him to remember his face! Not a bad shout.

I think out of my names, Garitano, Jemez, Goncharenko, Weinzierl and Tuchel would be my top 5. Still intrigued by Cathro and wouldn't be disappointed with Warburton/Weir.

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Where is Allardyce going?

His contract is up at the end of the Season and it doesn't look like it'll be renewed. I'm not saying it is fact, just a guess.

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Howe got homesick at Burnley when he went there. No chance.

I think the homesick line is a bit of nonsense to be honest.

I really doubt he's going to stay in the South of England his whole entire life.

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His contract is up at the end of the Season and it doesn't look like it'll be renewed. I'm not saying it is fact, just a guess.

Ah! fair enough. Thought you knew something. If Big Sam did leave West Ham not sure he'd be right for us.

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Ah! fair enough. Thought you knew something. If Big Sam did leave West Ham not sure he'd be right for us.

Definitely not. :lol:

Maybe he'll change his name and get the Real Madrid job.

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I think the homesick line is a bit of nonsense to be honest.

I really doubt he's going to stay in the South of England his whole entire life.

Maybe it is but it's something that will follow him, rightly or wrongly, until he proves he can be successful elsewhere. He does seem very impressive from a few articles I've read. We definitely someone like him.

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Definitely not. :lol:

Maybe he'll change his name and get the Real Madrid job.

Ah! fair enough. Thought you knew something. If Big Sam did leave West Ham not sure he'd be right for us.

Add to that the fact that he is one of the highest paid managers in the premier league, and the 13th highest paid manager in the world at £2.95m per year.

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