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Originally posted by Four-Four-Two Four-Four-Two wrote:

Originally posted by avfc avfc wrote:

Originally posted by kevincronin2000 kevincronin2000 wrote:

Originally posted by Green Man Green Man wrote:

Just looked at the odds for next Ireland manager, grim stuff.

Roy Keane fav, followed by Andrews, Duff and Robbie Keane. Then Stephen Bradley and Michael O'Neill.


Realistically Micheal O'Neill will be out of our budget should the job come up.  Paul Cooke has been linked with the English womens post would be my choice.

Paul Cook. 

Good shout. Went from LoI and proved himself at multiple levels in England. A steady progression. 

I imagine he would have managable salary expectations too. 



achieved a modicum of kennys success in the league of ireland, so clearly a tinpot manager using your own logic on kenny



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Has the ego, has the cojones, would jump at it

Would be a great boost for the League of Ireland as well

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You would get worse choices then Roy Keane. Hipsters will tell you “the modern game has moved on” but by god it would be entertaining if nothing else and he mightn’t have them playing tiki taka but it wouldn’t be hoof ball either. 

Keane took Sunderland from the bottom of the Championship to the PL with a rather average group of players this argument that he’s a tactically hopeless dimwit I have never bought completely either. 

Ipswich of course it didn’t exactly fire but then again Ipswich are a basket case club in general who bar a good year or two under Mick Mack himself have floundered finishing mid table in League 1 last year and the same potentially this year. 

People might laugh as they have this Alan Patridge type image of Keane but far worse managers have managed and are currently managing in international football I guarantee you that.


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The most nothing story to ever involve the ireland team and some are looking at a replacement for the manager whos only been in the job a few months.... slow news day anyone  LOLLOLLOL

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Originally posted by Four-Four-Two Four-Four-Two wrote:

achieved a modicum of kennys success in the league of ireland, so clearly a tinpot manager using your own logic on kenny

I'm not that knowledgeable about the LOI, in fact pretty much the diametric opposite, but could it be said he had less time than Kenny in the LOI; Sligo were in dire financial straits for some of the time and he did get them into Europe (although not as far as Kenny).

Certainly he has done fairly well in very difficult circumstances at Sligo and also at Wigan. Sadly a manager who is able to work in extremely challenging situations, ironically including financial situations, would be a good fit for the FAI right now.
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Originally posted by kevin100 kevin100 wrote:

You would get worse choices then Roy Keane. Hipsters will tell you “the modern game has moved on” but by god it would be entertaining if nothing else and he mightn’t have them playing tiki taka but it wouldn’t be hoof ball either. 

Keane took Sunderland from the bottom of the Championship to the PL with a rather average group of players this argument that he’s a tactically hopeless dimwit I have never bought completely either. 

Ipswich of course it didn’t exactly fire but then again Ipswich are a basket case club in general who bar a good year or two under Mick Mack himself have floundered finishing mid table in League 1 last year and the same potentially this year. 

People might laugh as they have this Alan Patridge type image of Keane but far worse managers have managed and are currently managing in international football I guarantee you that.


Keane bought the title at Sunderland.  They bought about 10-12 players when he took over and they had the biggest budget in the division
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Originally posted by Left foot Left foot wrote:

The most nothing story to ever involve the ireland team and some are looking at a replacement for the manager whos only been in the job a few months.... slow news day anyone  LOLLOLLOL

 

Agreed just adding to the topic for the sake of it. 😂😂
I don’t want Kenny sacked btw think he deserves time and still fancy him to make a job of us.
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Originally posted by kevin100 kevin100 wrote:

You would get worse choices then Roy Keane. Hipsters will tell you “the modern game has moved on” but by god it would be entertaining if nothing else and he mightn’t have them playing tiki taka but it wouldn’t be hoof ball either. 

Keane took Sunderland from the bottom of the Championship to the PL with a rather average group of players this argument that he’s a tactically hopeless dimwit I have never bought completely either. 

Ipswich of course it didn’t exactly fire but then again Ipswich are a basket case club in general who bar a good year or two under Mick Mack himself have floundered finishing mid table in League 1 last year and the same potentially this year. 

People might laugh as they have this Alan Patridge type image of Keane but far worse managers have managed and are currently managing in international football I guarantee you that.


Keane bought the title at Sunderland.  They bought about 10-12 players when he took over and they had the biggest budget in the division

Ya what big name players did he buy?? If it was that easy everyone would be able to do it.
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What are we doing here, just naming even sh*ter managers to what we have at the minute or what?
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What are we doing here, just naming even sh*ter managers to what we have at the minute or what?
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Originally posted by Trap junior Trap junior wrote:

Originally posted by kevin100 kevin100 wrote:

You would get worse choices then Roy Keane. Hipsters will tell you “the modern game has moved on” but by god it would be entertaining if nothing else and he mightn’t have them playing tiki taka but it wouldn’t be hoof ball either. 

Keane took Sunderland from the bottom of the Championship to the PL with a rather average group of players this argument that he’s a tactically hopeless dimwit I have never bought completely either. 

Ipswich of course it didn’t exactly fire but then again Ipswich are a basket case club in general who bar a good year or two under Mick Mack himself have floundered finishing mid table in League 1 last year and the same potentially this year. 

People might laugh as they have this Alan Patridge type image of Keane but far worse managers have managed and are currently managing in international football I guarantee you that.


Keane bought the title at Sunderland.  They bought about 10-12 players when he took over and they had the biggest budget in the division

Ya what big name players did he buy?? If it was that easy everyone would be able to do it.


Didn;t say BIG name players but he brought ina  sh*t load of good Championship players

Dwight Yorke, Ross Wallace, Liam Miller, Graham Kavanagh, Stan Varga, David Connolly, Andy Reid, Carlos Edwards, Stern John, Anto Stokes and many more
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Originally posted by Trap junior Trap junior wrote:

Originally posted by doherty doherty wrote:

Originally posted by Trap junior Trap junior wrote:

Originally posted by kevin100 kevin100 wrote:

You would get worse choices then Roy Keane. Hipsters will tell you “the modern game has moved on” but by god it would be entertaining if nothing else and he mightn’t have them playing tiki taka but it wouldn’t be hoof ball either. 

Keane took Sunderland from the bottom of the Championship to the PL with a rather average group of players this argument that he’s a tactically hopeless dimwit I have never bought completely either. 

Ipswich of course it didn’t exactly fire but then again Ipswich are a basket case club in general who bar a good year or two under Mick Mack himself have floundered finishing mid table in League 1 last year and the same potentially this year. 

People might laugh as they have this Alan Patridge type image of Keane but far worse managers have managed and are currently managing in international football I guarantee you that.


Keane bought the title at Sunderland.  They bought about 10-12 players when he took over and they had the biggest budget in the division

Ya what big name players did he buy?? If it was that easy everyone would be able to do it.


Didn;t say BIG name players but he brought ina  sh*t load of good Championship players

Dwight Yorke, Ross Wallace, Liam Miller, Graham Kavanagh, Stan Varga, David Connolly, Andy Reid, Carlos Edwards, Stern John, Anto Stokes and many more

Most of those players were bog standard. 
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Originally posted by Roberto Baggio Roberto Baggio wrote:

What are we doing here, just naming even sh*ter managers to what we have at the minute or what?
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Originally posted by kevin100 kevin100 wrote:

You would get worse choices then Roy Keane. Hipsters will tell you “the modern game has moved on” but by god it would be entertaining if nothing else and he mightn’t have them playing tiki taka but it wouldn’t be hoof ball either. 

Keane took Sunderland from the bottom of the Championship to the PL with a rather average group of players this argument that he’s a tactically hopeless dimwit I have never bought completely either. 

Ipswich of course it didn’t exactly fire but then again Ipswich are a basket case club in general who bar a good year or two under Mick Mack himself have floundered finishing mid table in League 1 last year and the same potentially this year. 

People might laugh as they have this Alan Patridge type image of Keane but far worse managers have managed and are currently managing in international football I guarantee you that.


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Originally posted by doherty doherty wrote:

Originally posted by Trap junior Trap junior wrote:

Originally posted by doherty doherty wrote:

Originally posted by Trap junior Trap junior wrote:

Originally posted by kevin100 kevin100 wrote:

You would get worse choices then Roy Keane. Hipsters will tell you “the modern game has moved on” but by god it would be entertaining if nothing else and he mightn’t have them playing tiki taka but it wouldn’t be hoof ball either. 

Keane took Sunderland from the bottom of the Championship to the PL with a rather average group of players this argument that he’s a tactically hopeless dimwit I have never bought completely either. 

Ipswich of course it didn’t exactly fire but then again Ipswich are a basket case club in general who bar a good year or two under Mick Mack himself have floundered finishing mid table in League 1 last year and the same potentially this year. 

People might laugh as they have this Alan Patridge type image of Keane but far worse managers have managed and are currently managing in international football I guarantee you that.


Keane bought the title at Sunderland.  They bought about 10-12 players when he took over and they had the biggest budget in the division

Ya what big name players did he buy?? If it was that easy everyone would be able to do it.


Didn;t say BIG name players but he brought ina  sh*t load of good Championship players

Dwight Yorke, Ross Wallace, Liam Miller, Graham Kavanagh, Stan Varga, David Connolly, Andy Reid, Carlos Edwards, Stern John, Anto Stokes and many more

Most of those players were bog standard. 


He also got Jonny Evans and Danny Simpson from Utd on loan which I didnt include.  Overall he got about 16 players in from the time he took over in late august to the end of the Jan window
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