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    27 Jul '08 19:14
    whos gonna be the first premier league manager for the chop,before
    xmas,i fancy mark hughes the city fans wont take to him,hes only
    waiting for fergie to retire😴😴😴
  2. 6yd box
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    27 Jul '08 22:56
    Originally posted by jackjones
    whos gonna be the first premier league manager for the chop,before
    xmas,i fancy mark hughes the city fans wont take to him,hes only
    waiting for fergie to retire😴😴😴
    Paul Ince
    followed by
    Kevin Keegan by christmas
  3. Swansea
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    28 Jul '08 10:37
    I'd say Curbishley or maybe Keegan, depends if they get taken over again.
  4. Bramall Lane
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    28 Jul '08 21:37
    Brian Laws at Swillsborough will be the first to go, after failing to collect a single point from the first 8 games of the season...
  5. Standard memberSmiffy
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    28 Jul '08 22:26
    Curbishley is favourite premier league manager to get the sack this season...I also fancy paul ince to go aswell i dont think he will do much at blackburn but i bet he proves me wrong now 🙂.....
  6. Joined
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    29 Jul '08 08:28
    easy, its gonna be scolari.
  7. Joined
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    29 Jul '08 09:24
    Originally posted by stellspalfie
    easy, its gonna be scolari.
    Capello, surely?

    Richard
  8. Standard memberPalynka
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    29 Jul '08 09:552 edits
    Originally posted by stellspalfie
    easy, its gonna be scolari.
    Scolari should do relatively well in his first season. He'll elect one player to burn and this human sacrifice will unite the group closely. He'll do terrible tactical decisions, but the remaining players will work hard under him.

    Then he'll stubbornly defend some players of that generation even as they start to lose form. It will become evident for everyone but him that they do not have a place in the starting XI and if Abramovich is smart he'll fire him then. If he sticks with him, it will be a disaster.

    Scolari cannot adapt. His one-dimensionality has always been his problem. He might not be bad for Chelsea having a go at this year's Champions League, but I can't see Scolari as a good league manager.

    Edit - Chelsea's transfers should help. If they offload Lampard, that would be an extra bonus. I don't see him having a spot in that midfield.
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