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Originally posted by zizu Kilbane zizu Kilbane wrote:

Originally posted by DC96 DC96 wrote:

I have absolutely zero faith in the FAI to make a competent and sensible decision unfortunately, and given the stayaway CEO couldn't give less of a f**k, is in breach of FAI AND Government bailout rules re: his salary, and the organisation can't even pass basic governance reforms, I fully expect some tired, lazy "big name" appointment to be made. Someone who's so clearly past it as a manager, but people know and are within our budget, so Lennon, Hughton or Bruce probably.

Christ.

I completely agree with you

I think the opposite. They will completely overcomplicate the process and drag it out unnecessarily. They will probably struggle to agree on a suitable candidate and end up with an underwhelming name at the end of it. 
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Luc Holtz? Joachim Low? Chris Coleman? Dick Advocaat? Herve Renard? Carlos Queiroz? Sombody who has been in the international game before.
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Originally posted by Het-field Het-field wrote:

Luc Holtz? Joachim Low? Chris Coleman? Dick Advocaat? Herve Renard? Carlos Queiroz? Sombody who has been in the international game before.
When I first glanced at your post I thought the first name was Lionel HutzLOL
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Originally posted by Het-field Het-field wrote:

Luc Holtz? Joachim Low? Chris Coleman? Dick Advocaat? Herve Renard? Carlos Queiroz? Sombody who has been in the international game before.

130 games and manager since 2010 with a win percentage of 23.85 % isn't bad for luc Holtz and Luxembourg.
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Originally posted by Het-field Het-field wrote:

Luc Holtz? Joachim Low? Chris Coleman? Dick Advocaat? Herve Renard? Carlos Queiroz? Sombody who has been in the international game before.

Joachim Low? Do you think he wud stoop as low as us right now with the players he worked with!! I can just see him turning up at the 1st  training session and Matt Doherty takes 3 minutes to take a throw in down the line which goes off Knights back out for another throw in. Hed get into his Mercedes and have it away on his toes. 
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Originally posted by doherty doherty wrote:

Originally posted by Het-field Het-field wrote:

Luc Holtz? Joachim Low? Chris Coleman? Dick Advocaat? Herve Renard? Carlos Queiroz? Sombody who has been in the international game before.

Joachim Low? Do you think he wud stoop as low as us right now with the players he worked with!! I can just see him turning up at the 1st  training session and Matt Doherty takes 3 minutes to take a throw in down the line which goes off Knights back out for another throw in. Hed get into his Mercedes and have it away on his toes. 

Bertie Vogts ended up managing Scotland. Those Germans like a challenge. If he could teach Doherty to cross a ball, we would all chip in and buy him a new S Class. 
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Originally posted by doherty doherty wrote:

Originally posted by Het-field Het-field wrote:

Luc Holtz? Joachim Low? Chris Coleman? Dick Advocaat? Herve Renard? Carlos Queiroz? Sombody who has been in the international game before.

Joachim Low? Do you think he wud stoop as low as us right now with the players he worked with!! I can just see him turning up at the 1st  training session and Matt Doherty takes 3 minutes to take a throw in down the line which goes off Knights back out for another throw in. Hed get into his Mercedes and have it away on his toes. 

Low would be an unbelievable appointment. I don’t for a second believe it would ever happen. I just hope that we can go beyond some of the names out there like Bruce (who in 25 years of management has won two Championship play off finals, and nothing else), Keane who has not been ‘the gaffer’ for 12 years, or Lennon who is questionable under pressure. And, what unites Keane and Lennon is the fact they are free agents and I suspect not inundated with suitors.

Of the ‘journeymen’, Hughton would undoubtedly be the best option with relatively recent international and PL management experience. But I’d like to think there might be other options.
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Originally posted by newrynyuk newrynyuk wrote:

Originally posted by Badgersboys9 Badgersboys9 wrote:

Originally posted by Baldrick Baldrick wrote:

Originally posted by Badgersboys9 Badgersboys9 wrote:

Herve would just ride all the players wives and we'd have lads dropping out all over the place.


Do the wives not get a say in this. 
Would sincerely hope so but can still see it happening.


Not a hope in hell of getting Herve Renard.  He took a 75% pay cut when he left Saudia Arabia to take charge of the French Women's team who went to this summer's Women's World Cup and have a home Olympics next summer.  What deluded fool thinks Renard will walk out on that for us?

yeah I mean imagine leaving a job in women’s football for a job in men’s. MadnessLOL
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Whoever it is going to be I would hope it's a proven manager with experience managing at the top level. 
I personally want a manager in charge who takes no BS and makes us hard to beat. I do not want any more experiments in relation to managing the Irish senior team. 
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Originally posted by zizu Kilbane zizu Kilbane wrote:

Originally posted by Maccatacca Maccatacca wrote:

[QUOTE=Stickittotheman]Wouldn't be surprised if Chris Hughton becomes available after that result for Ghana today.

Is that result not a prime example as to why he’s not up to the Ireland job?

I know you’re only saying he’ll likely become available but personally think he should be avoided.
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Replacing a failed international manager with a failed international manager might not be the way to go. Chris Coleman and Réne Havard are much better options. 

How about ex Leeds boss Josh Mersse ?
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Did anyone ever see Herve Renard as Prince Charming in Shrek 2 ?

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bruce arena

We are more likely to have the Steve Bruce arena. 
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Outside the box thinking ,, a good tactician Ralph Hasenhüttl
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Originally posted by Huggybeer Huggybeer wrote:

Outside the box thinking ,, a good tactician Ralph Hasenhüttl

Wouldn't have the money and he was a poor tactician. Never had a plan B in matches. He motivated the team well and had them playing a certain style. When this wasn't working there was no alternative...Two 9 nil defeats the proof in the pudding
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