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McCoist New Scotland Manager?

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22 minutes ago, AM1872 said:

I'd need 20-1 to part with money ;)

Just realised Moyes got his P45 too

40/1 with bet365

 

Lennon and Stubbs are shirter odds

Lambert i think will get it

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Just now, McEwan's Lager said:

 

Well which one is it then?

Neither hopefully. Moyes must be close to being the richest paid loser of a manager of all time, as for McCoist I hope he gets nowhere near it.

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That would be amazing :lol: 

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7 minutes ago, 6superbarry6 said:

Is Moyes taigy enough? for the SFA can see it being Malky McKay

Moyes played for them so why wouldn't he be "taigy enough?"

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Just now, Billy1984 said:

Moyes played for them so why wouldn't he be "taigy enough?"

Doesn't strike me as your typical bitter Rangers hating taig tho,I might be wrong 

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2 minutes ago, 6superbarry6 said:

Doesn't strike me as your typical bitter Rangers hating taig tho,I might be wrong 

He certainly had the look of a taig in his younger days. :lol:

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1 minute ago, Billy1984 said:

He certainly had the look of a taig in his younger days. :lol:

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Haha is he Willo Floods faither 😂

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1 minute ago, Billy1984 said:

He certainly had the look of a taig in his younger days. :lol:

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jesus fuck!  :lol:

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12 minutes ago, 6superbarry6 said:

Doesn't strike me as your typical bitter Rangers hating taig tho,I might be wrong 

Probably cause he grew up a Rangers fan, his Dad used to scout for us, and his Mum is from Ulster :lol: 

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8 minutes ago, Billy1984 said:

He certainly had the look of a taig in his younger days. :lol:

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That must be the photo his mum showed the burds

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12 minutes ago, 6superbarry6 said:

Doesn't strike me as your typical bitter Rangers hating taig tho,I might be wrong 

He didn’t play many games for the tims. He was a bit of a journeyman as a player, and is probably best remembered for his spells with Dunfermline and Preston NE.

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6 minutes ago, McEwan's Lager said:

Probably cause he grew up a Rangers fan, his Dad used to scout for us, and his Mum is from Ulster :lol: 

Don't know Davie Moyes family history tbf but aye that'll be why then,so nowhere near taigy enough for the Scotland job then.

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1 hour ago, McEwan's Lager said:

Moyes did a good job at Preston and Everton. He certainly did a lot better than his successors at Everton so far despite having less funds.

It's a myth that he was great at Everton. He was average.

His record in games against the top four, particularly the Merseyside derby is embarrassing.   

A talented manger would surely be able to get the best out of limited players and get the odd result against better teams. He never did that, ever. 

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14 minutes ago, McEwan's Lager said:

Probably cause he grew up a Rangers fan, his Dad used to scout for us, and his Mum is from Ulster :lol: 

Really? Never knew any of that tbf.

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7 minutes ago, 6superbarry6 said:

Don't know Davie Moyes family history tbf but aye that'll be why then,so nowhere near taigy enough for the Scotland job then.

Yeah his Dad coached and ran Drumchapel Amateurs for years. I think Jock Wallace signed him as a scout for Rangers in the 80s. 

Moyes Jr is actually on record as saying he would like to manage Rangers or celtic.

 

 

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11 minutes ago, gsa said:

It's a myth that he was great at Everton. He was average.

His record in games against the top four, particularly the Merseyside derby is embarrassing.   

A talented manger would surely be able to get the best out of limited players and get the odd result against better teams. He never did that, ever. 

I said he did a good job at Everton - not a great one.

Everton were shocking under Walter, they were on their way to relegation. Moyes kept them up and they finished 7th the next season. Then two seasons later they finished 4th, ahead of Liverpool. That was a good achievement.

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I think McCoist would be the ideal appointment.

The banter nation led  by the banter manager..

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