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    Posted: 25 May 2010 at 2:50pm
Has just said on SSN that he has put his cv in for the Ireland U21 post.
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Nice bloke, not sure of his managerial credentials though. But someone like him or Aldridge and his ilk is the way forward I reckon.
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Originally posted by FiremanDan FiremanDan wrote:

Nice bloke, not sure of his managerial credentials though. But someone like him or Aldridge and his ilk is the way forward I reckon.
but someone like him or Aldridge

What a scouser ??? Jimmy Tarbuck or Jimmy Corkhill so !
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Originally posted by johnnycee johnnycee wrote:

Originally posted by FiremanDan FiremanDan wrote:

Nice bloke, not sure of his managerial credentials though. But someone like him or Aldridge and his ilk is the way forward I reckon.
but someone like him or Aldridge

What a scouser ??? Jimmy Tarbuck or Jimmy Corkhill so !
 
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I reckon they might be as qualified as Don Givens or maybe Jason for that matter ! Top bloke, manager hmmmm doubtful !
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To be fair a job at 21 level would be a good learning curve for him. Would be happy enough for someone like him to take over. Too many people thinking we should have coppell or curbishly managing the u 21's! We're not made of money!

I'd compare it to Stuart pearce being the 'engerland 21 coach..don't think he had any prior coachig experience and did a good job..good luck to trigger if he does get it
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I would like to see aldo or jason get it
 
I'd compare it to Stuart pearce being the 'engerland 21 coach..don't think he had any prior coachig experience and did a good job..good luck to trigger if he does get it
 
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Stan had no real prior coaching experience when he came in and look how that turned out !!!

Im fairness both Aldo and Jason were legends as players but so was Stan.

Id like a European coach with all the qualifications to get the younger guys used to playing a non-Irish/English style of football, teach composure, concentration and technique at an earlier age. Im not expecting miracles but the U21 situation has needed a serious overhaul for decades, Don Givens and Maurice Setters, Jaysus ! We never get results and constantly under perform against the lesser teams while getting hammered by the better ones.
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In fairness, it couldnt get much worse.
 
Aldo for me. Out of the management game a while but he'd do a fine job imo and no issues getting players respect Thumbs%20Up
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Originally posted by Gaz Gaz wrote:

To be fair a job at 21 level would be a good learning curve for him. Would be happy enough for someone like him to take over. Too many people thinking we should have coppell or curbishly managing the u 21's! We're not made of money!

I'd compare it to Stuart pearce being the 'engerland 21 coach..don't think he had any prior coachig experience and did a good job..good luck to trigger if he does get it


Think he coached elsewhere though, City... something... or other..
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Originally posted by Bob Hoskins Bob Hoskins wrote:

Originally posted by Gaz Gaz wrote:

To be fair a job at 21 level would be a good learning curve for him. Would be happy enough for someone like him to take over. Too many people thinking we should have coppell or curbishly managing the u 21's! We're not made of money!

I'd compare it to Stuart pearce being the 'engerland 21 coach..don't think he had any prior coachig experience and did a good job..good luck to trigger if he does get it


Think he coached elsewhere though, City... something... or other..
 
 
Was he helping out with the coaching of Tranmere reserves at one point ?
 
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Trigger was with Tranmere alongside Barnes not so long ago and that turned out to be a complete and utter disaster. Not so sure if he should be given the job based on little to no experience whatsoever. The 21s could probably do with an experienced head that would give them some sort of stability.....i couldnt see Jason providing that.
 
That Dutch lad, the technical director or whatever, surely he should be able to get him someone half decent. Sure he used to go to the 21s training sessions with Don and just sit there and watch. Havent really heard of him doing fook all else...
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Trigger is a legend hope he gets the job his heart is in the right place

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we all love trigger.and i do think its important to keep ex players like trigger involved in irish football but ive said in on another thread that the man i would like to see get the 21 jod is steve heighway.
played for ireland which i always think is important.
played at the highest level for liverpool so would have the respect of players from the start.
has a proven history of player development and running an academy at liverpool.
has a good scouting network and profile in the game.
has no baggage that i know off ala don givens with players
could act as the mentor for a trigger,breen,sadlier in the management set up.
would not cost the earth and i hope would like the job.
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Originally posted by domo domo wrote:

Trigger is a legend hope he gets the job his heart is in the right place


so is mine and so was Don Given's -

sure we might as well give the job to Freewheeler the self proclaimed number one Irish Fan.  
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Originally posted by Bob Hoskins Bob Hoskins wrote:

Originally posted by domo domo wrote:

Trigger is a legend hope he gets the job his heart is in the right place


so is mine and so was Don Given's -

sure we might as well give the job to Freewheeler the self proclaimed number one Irish Fan.  
 
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Originally posted by Honey Monster Honey Monster wrote:

Trigger was with Tranmere alongside Barnes not so long ago and that turned out to be a complete and utter disaster. Not so sure if he should be given the job based on little to no experience whatsoever. The 21s could probably do with an experienced head that would give them some sort of stability.....i couldnt see Jason providing that.
 
That Dutch lad, the technical director or whatever, surely he should be able to get him someone half decent. Sure he used to go to the 21s training sessions with Don and just sit there and watch. Havent really heard of him doing fook all else...
 
In all fairness Barnes couldn't manage to get off the dart.
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Aldo is not in the running for it and I spoke to him directly about it.
Triggs defo wants it -
 
As stated above a young up and coming european coach could help the development of these players.
     
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