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    Posted: 10 Apr 2007 at 4:48am
Anyone who has been watching Everton recently will see Lee Carsley is there or thereboauts for man of the match every match. For the last 2 seasons he has been exceptional for the toffees and has been great since been called back up by Stan (by public outcry). I really cant see why the gaffer left him out of the squad a few months back!  Theres no-one else in the Irish setup who can play that position at the moment and the only one who comes close is Stephen reid who is out for another while yet

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Gives more credence to the belief that Stan could be a lucky Manager as we prepare for Sept with renewed hope.  It was only a combination of public outcry and a long injury list that Carso got back in (cos Stan was getting all humpy about it) for the Czech game and he did a great job that night and has done quite well for us since, but he's certainly a major part of Everton's surge up the table.
 
He's limited enough on the ball, but he does the ball winning and ugly stuff well and for that reason should always be in the Irish team for the forseeable future.
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hes a favourite of the fans at Everton as hes a heart player and always gives it all, sticking the head into everything.  Few stiches the other night and 2 minutes later hes winning headers that he shouldnt be winning. I dont think hes ever really had a much respect on the international team from the fans as he gets at Everton. Like you say freewheeler, limited ability but doesnt waste it. 
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I awlays admired that he's been a tee totaller....he's an absolute ringer of the pyromanic, turetts suffering character in the tv show Shameless
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yeah good call LYA. Hes  like the grim reaper from bill and teds bogus journey aswell, quality film and quality player

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The Irish Times - Friday, February 15, 2013

EMMET MALONE, Soccer Correspondent


Coventry look to Carsley as manager Robbins leaves for Huddersfield Town


EMMET MALONE, Soccer Correspondent

Former Republic of Ireland midfielder Lee Carsley will be in charge of Coventry City’s first team for tomorrow’s game away to Bury after manager Mark Robins departed suddenly to take over at Huddersfield.

The 38-year-old becomes the fourth person this season to pick the team at the financially troubled League One outfit where he has progressed quite swiftly on the coaching front since being put in charge of the under-18s after retiring a couple of years ago.

“There’s a sense of continuity,” said Coventry chief executive Tim Fisher of the decision to put Carsley in charge. “Lee’s been around the club a while. He knows the players, having worked alongside Mark.”

The former Derby, Everton and Birmingham City star, who also had two stints as a player with Coventry, is likely to need to hit the ground running if he hopes to land the position on a longer term basis as Fisher says the process of finding Robins’ replacement has already been started.

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Top top fella. Hope it all works out for him.
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Good luck to Lee, certainly going about it the right way by coming up the ranks.  Reckon he will make a good manager Clap
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Assisting Boothroyd at Sheffield Utd since july,Would like to see him come in to the Irish set up in some capacity,Top bloke, well respected,Great knowledge of the game.
It might not suit him to leave but you'll never know till you ask.
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Originally posted by fochie fochie wrote:

Assisting Boothroyd at Sheffield Utd since july,Would like to see him come in to the Irish set up in some capacity,Top bloke, well respected,Great knowledge of the game.
It might not suit him to leave but you'll never know till you ask.


I thought David weir was Sheffield utd bos ?
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Embarrassed Whoops, Weir sorry.
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Didn't he just get a job in the England under age set up?
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Best of luck to him, g8t to have another Irish lad getting management experience..
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According to The Mail, the English FA are planning to offer Carsley a new deal after his exploits at 21s Euros. He’s currently on a rolling 12 month contract. Southgate’s current deal expires after the Euros next year I think. Not difficult to see a succession plan being put in place.

Either way, there’s a very good chance we’ve already missed the boat. His stock has soared. He’s gonna be linked with loads of PL jobs now. I think he’s less likely to go with us even if the senior job is available imminently 


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A succession plan like that would be best practice. Especially if GS is coming to the end of his tenure. Unfortunately, it would reflect the fact that our ‘plan’ by putting MM in charge, with Kenny taking over after 18 months with the U21 was not really a great idea.
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TalkSport strongly suggesting now that he’ll be our next manager.
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Originally posted by TheNumber6 TheNumber6 wrote:

TalkSport strongly suggesting now that he’ll be our next manager.


Are they? Thought they only mentioned there's interest from within the FAI to hire him rather than he's interested in taking the job.

Still think a lot of this Carsley for Ireland talk within the media started with his agent trying to drum up interest amongst clubs. But if the FA have changed their minds and now see Carsley as a possible future senior manager he'll stay with the FA.

He'll always have Ireland to fall back on in a few years if he doesn't succeed Southgate or go into club management.

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