Bring Macca home with Redders as assistant

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  1. Brewery stand

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    Now that could be a dream team
     
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    Why? Macca was well gone before Redders was here, and even then I don’t get the obsession with him, he was a great player for us but very so so since.
     
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    Not Redfearn.

    We'd only destroy his legacy, as happened to Hendrie.
     
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    Didn`t say they knew each other, both strong links with us, Macca is championship standard manager, Redfearn did his best work as a no 2.
     
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    Those of u wanting McCarthy i say two things. Digby and nouble. Bad judgements there.
     
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    I agree with this, and not for daft sentimental reasons. Redfearn would be an asset to any club as a No.2 or part of a coaching set up. A real man of football who just happens to have a major soft spot for Barnsley.
    And Mick McCarthy, well, I could site sentiment, but the man has pedigree, not least as a former national team manager.
    This would be my dream team and one which, if the new owners could pull off, would get many a disillusioned fan back on board.
     
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    Well you could apply that to Hecky - With Mowatt at £500k and Kpeckawa at £450k, just short of a million quid wasted
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    Macca's managed Ireland in a World Cup, and dealt firmly with Roy Keane, sending him packing..

    Championship experience in abundance.
     
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    If Macca does move to any club , rest assured he will take Terry Conner with him
     
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    oh my lord
     
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    He won't manage us.
     
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    As Red CB says, if McCarthy goes somewhere his trusted sidekick goes with him
     
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    Not really. Both deals cost next to nothing & Nouble improved a fair bit under him, nothing special but did a reasonable job for them.

    The money had dried up at Ipswich & McCarthy’s had to try & take cheap gambles on players, some have worked some haven’t.
     
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    personally don't want any ex barnsley owt to do with running our team again. i want every decision from hereon, to be a football decision. both hiring & firing. best person qualified and if they don't perform, they're out.
     
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    I like this. And if we could poach them, I'm sure one or two of the Belles would get into our first team!
     
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    Agree wholeheartedly. No time for sentiment.
     
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    Im sorry in advance for what I am about to say...

    Redfearn is a twat. Ive met him a few times and he is so up himself its unbelieveable. He has very little feelings for the club. He isnt a fan, hes leeds through and through, when hes on the radio is all negative towards barnsley. I just dont get the obsession. Yes he scored a few goals but hardly the messiah. FFS... come on lads.
     
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    Two Legends won't necessarily make a good Managerial Team. We dropped lucky with Clarke & Hunter but other than giving everyone a reason to have a massive party in Grove Street I can't see anything to suggest that Macca/Redders is the answer to our prayers.
     
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    Mick now second favourite on oddschecker. However Cowley favourite and bbc earlier said we approached Lincoln
     
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    I'd be happy with Cowley. Fits our ethos. May or may not keep us up, who knows. I think the test of that will be the quality of the players we have landed in January, a manager can set the team out & train them to some extent, but at the sharp end of the season there is a limited amount that can be done.

    I love big Mick, he's a legend, but I don't see anyone on the board or the CEO having any sentiment in the decision to appoint whoever it is.
     

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