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    Posted: 11 Sep 2013 at 9:25pm
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With all the individual threads on the different managers being mentioned thought I'd start a consolidated thread and discuss what's happening in the Market as of now.

Martin O'Neill's price has stayed static however McDermott's price has fallen sharply whilst Mick McCarthy and Roy Keane's price has risen.
Rene Muelensteen's name has been quietly mentioned a few times and at 41/1 is a really good shout at this moment.
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Hasn't rene muelensteen failed badly as a manager. Ok I know he only lasted 10 days in the last job but some people are coaches and some are managers. I think if rene was to get the job then a director of football akin to what bobby robson did for us would be required.

As has been said on other threads we are likely to be second seeds going into the euro 2016 qualifying draw therefore I firmly believe we shouldn't take a risk on someone like rene and go with a safe pair of hands like Mccarthy. We have a great opportunity to qualify next time round...lets not take risky decisions and blow it.
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absolutely what ColemanY2K said.


Qualification for Euro 2016 is ours for the taking - even if the new format is introduced.

Therefore a safe candidate all the way.

Trialling Rene is too risky an experiment. Tried and trusted only please JD.

Edited by rolo - 11 Sep 2013 at 9:54pm
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Have had a cheeky euro on:
 
Mick McCarthy
Roy Keane
Rene Mulenstein
Marcelo Bielsa
Guus Hiddink
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Can't see anyone outside the top 5 getting the job except from Rene.. McDermott is a strange one for me he's newly appointed at Leeds, why are his odds so low?
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How many people felt Trap would get the job the last time around? Good chance that our next potential  manager might not even be on the list.
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Originally posted by coyne coyne wrote:

Can't see anyone outside the top 5 getting the job except from Rene.. McDermott is a strange one for me he's newly appointed at Leeds, why are his odds so low?

Id say its Because he attends most if our home games, and also because he's spoken many times of his ambition to manage us one day, But, it won't be for a while yet
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What happened Philipe Troussier? Has he gone off us now CryIts not a good managers list without him being on it Thumbs Down

You'd think given the sterotypical names on that list he'd still be high up there ffs
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Originally posted by colemanY2K colemanY2K wrote:

Hasn't rene muelensteen failed badly as a manager. Ok I know he only lasted 10 days in the last job but some people are coaches and some are managers.

How can someone fail badly in 16 days? The club changed its direction and strategy and sold all it's best players and got ridof the manager. Wrong place wrong time IMO
I do agree though that some people will coach some will manage, but I think someone deserves a little bit more than 16 days to prove themselves

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Criteria is definitely out of work manager.
To be honest I think it will be o'neill. He has a devent recird, irish and great man manager. he knows the team. i'd have me reservations about his tactics and hunger but it also is a bit logical seeing as he is abailable. He is also the attractive name for the fair weather fans who have turned their back on Ireland but would be intrigued with o'neill given the role and may come back.
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Originally posted by t_rAndy t_rAndy wrote:

Criteria is definitely out of work manager.
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Most definetley.
 
FAI cant afford to pay off Trap and then buy another manager out of a contract.
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As has been said previously Jupp Heyneckes has to be worth a shout. Not working either so no contract to buy out and O'Brien has said he'll put up the $$$ again
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Originally posted by Denis Irwin Denis Irwin wrote:

As has been said previously Jupp Heyneckes has to be worth a shout. Not working either so no contract to buy out and O'Brien has said he'll put up the $$$ again

Jupp Heynckes is retired.. There's more chance of having Trap back than him. Dead
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Good odds for Fenlon, lots of people at Hibs calling for him to be sacked. He'd be within the FAI's budget too.
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Originally posted by t_rAndy t_rAndy wrote:

Criteria is definitely out of work manager.
To be honest I think it will be o'neill. He has a devent recird, irish and great man manager. he knows the team. i'd have me reservations about his tactics and hunger but it also is a bit logical seeing as he is abailable. He is also the attractive name for the fair weather fans who have turned their back on Ireland but would be intrigued with o'neill given the role and may come back.

I would put my house on O'Neill getting it. I will be absolutely shocked if he doesn't.
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Originally posted by ShamtheRam ShamtheRam wrote:

Have had a cheeky euro on:
 
Mick McCarthy
Roy Keane
Rene Mulenstein
Marcelo Bielsa
Guus Hiddink
Am I missing something? Bielsa is not on the above list. Cue one self-deluded, pseudo Argentine meltdown.
Checked PP just now. Betting suspended. Might be just an overnight thing.

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Originally posted by Gibboisback Gibboisback wrote:

who is this rene guy and what club was this 16 days thing lads?

Sorry didn't see your post at first but I'll answer.

Took over Anzhi Machalaka but was sacked after 16 days after failing to register a win and their billionaire owner had enough of the likes of Rene, Eto and Willian on outrageous money with no return. 



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