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#11
(11-14-2017, 01:22 PM)SausEggBagel Wrote: It's a yes from me. But he'll more than likely go Rangers if wanted club football.

Seems about right. Think a Prem club too big a leap for him.
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#12
No from me a boring SNOOZE appointment.

That's what it is like, pressing the snooze button on your phone after years of zZzzz with Pulis. Prolonging the sleep, low energy appointment.

We need to WAKE UP.

#MAGA - Make Albion Great Again
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#13
(11-14-2017, 03:18 PM)TheOddOne Wrote: No from me a boring SNOOZE appointment.

That's what it is like, pressing the snooze button on your phone after years of zZzzz with Pulis. Prolonging the sleep, low energy appointment.

We need to WAKE UP.

#MAGA - Make Albion Great Again

Whi is you zing fresh wake up appointment then?
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#14
(11-14-2017, 03:36 PM)Derek Hardballs Wrote:
(11-14-2017, 03:18 PM)TheOddOne Wrote: No from me a boring SNOOZE appointment.

That's what it is like, pressing the snooze button on your phone after years of zZzzz with Pulis. Prolonging the sleep, low energy appointment.

We need to WAKE UP.

#MAGA - Make Albion Great Again

Whi is you zing fresh wake up appointment then?

Rangnick or Koeman for me. Rangnick pref, chuck money at him he will come.
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#15
It’s a no from me.
I’d take Martin O’Neill mind if he fancied another crack at club management, on condition that twat Keane didn’t come with him though.
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#16
(11-14-2017, 04:18 PM)Baggie66 Wrote: It’s a no from me.
I’d take Martin O’Neill mind if he fancied another crack at club management, on condition that twat Keane didn’t come with him though.

I must admit, when I originally mentioned M O'Neill, I was swayed by Evans's eulogising, I hadn't considered twat Keane .. I didn't think it through  Confused
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#17
rangnick said he wanted to come to us but then asworth left
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#18
(11-14-2017, 04:18 PM)Baggie66 Wrote: It’s a no from me.
I’d take Martin O’Neill mind if he fancied another crack at club management, on condition that twat Keane didn’t come with him though.

I'm surprised you'd see O'Neill as an attractive proposition. 

He was seen as almost as big a dinosaur as Pulis when we were looking for a replacement in 2013. He didn't pull up any trees at Sunderland, chickened out of the Europa League with Villa in exactly the same way Pulis did with us, and generally plays dull football. He's McLeish on springs.

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#19
Michael O'Neill plan B this week was GMac as centre forward......
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#20
(11-14-2017, 03:38 PM)TheOddOne Wrote:
(11-14-2017, 03:36 PM)Derek Hardballs Wrote:
(11-14-2017, 03:18 PM)TheOddOne Wrote: No from me a boring SNOOZE appointment.

That's what it is like, pressing the snooze button on your phone after years of zZzzz with Pulis. Prolonging the sleep, low energy appointment.

We need to WAKE UP.

#MAGA - Make Albion Great Again

Whi is you zing fresh wake up appointment then?

Rangnick or Koeman for me. Rangnick pref, chuck money at him he will come.

Can't see Rangnick, now Director of Football.
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