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    Posted: 06 Mar 2020 at 10:39am
Does this thread already exist? Who are the promising Irish managers out there? 

Let's leave the MON, Kenny and Mick bashing or advocating aside for this. I'm more interested in the likes of Brian Barry-Murphy and Jim Goodwin. Who else is out there doing a good job?
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Mark Kennedy at Macclesfield, hard to make out if he is any good because club is a basket case. He took over from another young Irish manager Daryl McMahon who is highly rated. Last but not least the great Jim Gannon at Stockport County dragging them back up the leagues
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Ollie Horgan, only for his loyalty to Harps he'd be managing in the Champions league 
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Originally posted by PaddyDaCulchie PaddyDaCulchie wrote:

Mark Kennedy at Macclesfield, hard to make out if he is any good because club is a basket case. He took over from another young Irish manager Daryl McMahon who is highly rated. Last but not least the great Jim Gannon at Stockport County dragging them back up the leagues
Jim Gannon refused to talk to Sky because they hadn’t come to fix his Sky box. You can only respect the man after that.
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Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

Originally posted by PaddyDaCulchie PaddyDaCulchie wrote:

Mark Kennedy at Macclesfield, hard to make out if he is any good because club is a basket case. He took over from another young Irish manager Daryl McMahon who is highly rated. Last but not least the great Jim Gannon at Stockport County dragging them back up the leagues
Jim Gannon refused to talk to Sky because they hadn’t come to fix his Sky box. You can only respect the man after that.

Agreed. Hope he didnt pay the bastards either
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Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

Originally posted by PaddyDaCulchie PaddyDaCulchie wrote:

Mark Kennedy at Macclesfield, hard to make out if he is any good because club is a basket case. He took over from another young Irish manager Daryl McMahon who is highly rated. Last but not least the great Jim Gannon at Stockport County dragging them back up the leagues
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Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

Originally posted by PaddyDaCulchie PaddyDaCulchie wrote:

Mark Kennedy at Macclesfield, hard to make out if he is any good because club is a basket case. He took over from another young Irish manager Daryl McMahon who is highly rated. Last but not least the great Jim Gannon at Stockport County dragging them back up the leagues
Jim Gannon refused to talk to Sky because they hadn’t come to fix his Sky box. You can only respect the man after that.
 
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John Sheridan was at Chesterfield until recently 
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John Sheridan was at Chesterfield until recently 
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Jim Goodwin doing not bad with St Mirn.......4 irish managers in SPL at the mo
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The other three in the SPL are from the North ( Lennon , Robinson , Wright ) so Michael O'Neill at Stoke and Grant McCann at Hull would also come into it if we're talking all Ireland . And don't forget Oran Kearney ( Coleraine ) who saved St Mirren from the drop last season before falling out with the club's top brass and Mick McDermott ( Glentoran ) who has previous high level experience .
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Originally posted by nvidic nvidic wrote:

Ollie Horgan, only for his loyalty to Harps he'd be managing in the Champions league 

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Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

Originally posted by PaddyDaCulchie PaddyDaCulchie wrote:

Mark Kennedy at Macclesfield, hard to make out if he is any good because club is a basket case. He took over from another young Irish manager Daryl McMahon who is highly rated. Last but not least the great Jim Gannon at Stockport County dragging them back up the leagues
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Originally posted by Green Cockade Green Cockade wrote:

The other three in the SPL are from the North ( Lennon , Robinson , Wright ) so Michael O'Neill at Stoke and Grant McCann at Hull would also come into it if we're talking all Ireland.

The way things are going, McCann mightn't be there much longer.

Meanwhile, you've overlooked (ahem) Brendan Rodgers at Leicester and Michael Duff, currently doing very well in his first managerial job at Cheltenham Town.
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