Discussion in 'Bulletin Board' started by Dyson, Nov 10, 2019.
If not, why not?
Bring him home.
Because he is a club legend with an appalling managerial record that most would hate to see ruin his reputation at the club.
He categorically would not turn this situation around, rather have someone I don’t care about fall on their sword.
We're not recruiting managers we're recruiting a coach to oversee a group.
I don't think anyone can turn it around either.
Just tried to bet him for job and it says suspended on his price
There’s definitely a lot lining up to suggest it’s true. He posted a classic picture on twitter too.
Damn shame if it happens, mind.
When you look at his managerial record if he had been anyone else (unconnected with the club) would you want him.
Another car crash waiting to happen.
Part of me would love it. Until a match happened.
Maybe. But at least it'd be our car crash rather than some no mark who doesn't give a sh1t.
Doesn’t matter who gets the job. The players aren’t good enough for the league they are playing in. Some will be in 2 to 3 years some won’t ever be. It’s not their fault though, it won’t be the managers either.
You can get a bet freely on sky bet for Neil
Yep but he was 4-1 on paddy power and 5/2 on sky bet
Exactly. Nothing to lose and everything to gain - a uniting figure, someone who cares & understands the place & lets not forget one with a very good record coaching at Leeds.
Redfearn & Eaden. Dream team.
Couldnt think of a worse appointment another legend status ruined.
He’s wandered from job to job with no attachment to anything. The last thing we need right now.
You’ve either lost your mind or are trolling. He had 33% with a good Leeds team, 23% in a more comparable role at Rotherham, 0% at Northwich, 20% at Scarborough.
The only outcome of his appointment is the tarnishing of the reputation of a legend.
Show me someone who's worked in football for twenty years that hasn't?
The romantic notion is great. The realistic one is it’s another disaster but can’t be any worse than what’s going on at the moment.
'A good Leeds team'
In pure disarray under Cellino, bringing through the young lads he'd brought up through the club & launching careers before being sold down the river.
And, as I keep saying, we're after a coach not a manager so all facts/figures of his past 'management' roles means nowt.
Exactly my point.
I really hope not. I cannot sit in the Ponty and hear someone slag-off Neil Redfearn. I just can't. I'll go batshit mental.
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