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Derek Mcinnes
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One my favourite players. No doubt doing a great job at Aberdeen.

Looks like he’s Rangers bound but I can’t stop feeling he’ll be our manager at some point in the future !
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(12-06-2017, 02:09 PM)Geralous Wrote: One my favourite players. No doubt doing a great job at Aberdeen.

Looks like he’s Rangers bound but I can’t stop feeling he’ll be our manager at some point in the future !

Hope he is not Albion bound.
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That Rangers job is a career cul-de-sac.
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(12-06-2017, 02:18 PM)Duffmon Wrote: That Rangers job is a career cul-de-sac.

Aye, that will either make or break him and at the moment the latter is more likely
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Didn't turn up to take training today according to Talkshite
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Don't get the big love in regarding McInnes whenever the WBA job comes up. Great servant to WBA, but hasn't exactly pulled up trees in his management career. Failed at Bristol City in the Championship and now managing at a level equivalent to the third tier of English football. I hope he has success and builds a career, but he's a good way off managing at prem level IMHO.
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(12-06-2017, 02:48 PM)thr1879 Wrote: Don't get the big love in regarding McInnes whenever the WBA job comes up. Great servant to WBA, but hasn't exactly pulled up trees in his management career. Failed at Bristol City in the Championship and now managing at a level equivalent to the third tier of English football. I hope he has success and builds a career, but he's a good way off managing at prem level IMHO.
Did a great job at St Johnstone with what he had. Kept Bristol City up when a shoe in for relegation. The club were in a complete mess off the pitch and the fire fighting got too much and they got relegated year after. He has maximised what he can at Aberdeen. 

He is a brilliant  man manager from what I have read about him, with innovative  ideas on the training pitch. He is a good manager with potential to be a very good one at the highest level.
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I'm wondering why this option hasn't come to light previously to be honest.
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(12-06-2017, 02:55 PM)richbaggie Wrote:
(12-06-2017, 02:48 PM)thr1879 Wrote: Don't get the big love in regarding McInnes whenever the WBA job comes up. Great servant to WBA, but hasn't exactly pulled up trees in his management career. Failed at Bristol City in the Championship and now managing at a level equivalent to the third tier of English football. I hope he has success and builds a career, but he's a good way off managing at prem level IMHO.
Did a great job at St Johnstone with what he had. Kept Bristol City up when a shoe in for relegation. The club were in a complete mess off the pitch and the fire fighting got too much and they got relegated year after. He has maximised what he can at Aberdeen. 

He is a brilliant  man manager from what I have read about him, with innovative  ideas on the training pitch. He is a good manager with potential to be a very good one at the highest level.
I'd forgotten about St Johnstone. He did well there. Still think he needs to do a decent job at a Championship club before he gets a prem job. I know some people say Fergie went from Aberdeen to Man U but the Scottish league is so poor these days. Would love him at WBA one day, just not yet.
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(12-06-2017, 04:40 PM)thr1879 Wrote:
(12-06-2017, 02:55 PM)richbaggie Wrote:
(12-06-2017, 02:48 PM)thr1879 Wrote: Don't get the big love in regarding McInnes whenever the WBA job comes up. Great servant to WBA, but hasn't exactly pulled up trees in his management career. Failed at Bristol City in the Championship and now managing at a level equivalent to the third tier of English football. I hope he has success and builds a career, but he's a good way off managing at prem level IMHO.
Did a great job at St Johnstone with what he had. Kept Bristol City up when a shoe in for relegation. The club were in a complete mess off the pitch and the fire fighting got too much and they got relegated year after. He has maximised what he can at Aberdeen. 

He is a brilliant  man manager from what I have read about him, with innovative  ideas on the training pitch. He is a good manager with potential to be a very good one at the highest level.
I'd forgotten about St Johnstone. He did well there. Still think he needs to do a decent job at a Championship club before he gets a prem job.

Agreed.  Would like to see how he goes on at a half decent Champo club (not a basket-case as Bristol C then were).
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