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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote admin Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17/November/2017 at 21:35
Originally posted by Baz Baz wrote:

Coleman has left Wales for Sunderland...his backroom team is set to follow him...Sunderland though? I'd have no issue if it was a big job...but Sunderland? Even Adders manager told them to go away LOL

You have no idea how scared I am that he will be off to a bigger team than us for many more times his current salary at some point Cry

Norwich City away tomorrow. Not won there in 80 years, Norwich 4 defeats in a row and us 7 points from our last 9. Best chance in years?

Huge week doesn't cover it for us. Away at our bogey ground, tuesday home to Cardiff with best defensive record in the league gunning for automatic promotion and next saturday dinner home to Leeds in our big local derby. I'd take 5-6 points now.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Baz Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17/November/2017 at 21:46
It's natural to move on though Adders, but he's doing the right thing in staying where he can develop further...plus as long as you beat Leeds who cares about the other results LOL

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote #Heel Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17/November/2017 at 23:48
Coleman at Sunderland is a non-issue

The squad needs some significant investment and they just dont have the money to spend

I've got no doubt they will survive in that league but theyll finish in the bottom half and then when he has no money in the summer to start a rebuild job - hell be away
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Managerial suicide from Coleman, could have held on for a few weeks and took a lower Prem side instead.

Wales had Bale as a stand out player plus Ramsey and Allen. Coming together every couple of months massively motivated to play for their country, he won't get that at Sunderland, I think he's going to get found out.


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Originally posted by DangerZone DangerZone wrote:

Managerial suicide from Coleman, could have held on for a few weeks and took a lower Prem side instead.

Wales had Bale as a stand out player plus Ramsey and Allen. Coming together every couple of months massively motivated to play for their country, he won't get that at Sunderland, I think he's going to get found out.

Surely after the job he had done with Wales he'd have been considered for the Everton role

Maybe hes thinking theres no pressure - because he cant do any worse than where they are now and theyve spent no money where as theres massive pressure at Everton given the money theyve spent
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got to be honest, I would never have thought Wolves would be looking so likely to be leading the table come Christmas as they do now. it's been quite something to watch and just hope that any mid-season hump they go through this year isn't so severe as to cost them completely.
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