Eddie Howe
#1
Gone.
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#2
Not surprising. He won't be unemployed for long. Bristol City are still looking for a manager for starters.

Howe has written an open letter about it:

https://www.afcb.co.uk/news/club-news/op...ddie-howe/
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#3
I’d imagine he’d hold out for a PL job. I’d say his stock is still high enough for someone like Villa or Newcastle to give him a shot.

Or Palace if they decide to move on from Roy.
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#4
Going to be an interesting one imo.

Last time he left he didn’t do too well.

Considered by many as a future England manager, but could it be a case of his face fitting in only one place
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#5
Pulis to Bournemouth??
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#6
I don't suppose Bournemouth will be back any time soon. 'Twill be interesting to see if Eddie Howe can succeed elsewhere. Seems a jolly decent fellow - which might be a colossal disadvantage in football.
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#7
Remember this day when Eddie put us out the cup.

https://www.worldfootball.net/report/fa-...ch-albion/
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#8
(08-01-2020, 08:42 PM)Kit Kat Chunky Wrote: Pulis to Bournemouth??

Paul Cook maybe.
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#9
He’s a very good manager, but every manager has a shelf life with any one club. To take Bournemouth from League 2 to the Premier League and keep them there for 5 years was a phenomenal achievement.

As well as Palace, Villa and Newcastle, West Ham would be another club should seriously consider whether hiring Howe with a 5-year plan would be a better option than their current manager.
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(08-01-2020, 09:21 PM)dublinalbion Wrote:
(08-01-2020, 08:42 PM)Kit Kat Chunky Wrote: Pulis to Bournemouth??

Paul Cook maybe.

He is a good a manager
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