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View iron_man's Profile iron_man Flag Bristol/Leeds 07 Jan 11 4.25pm Send a Private Message to iron_man Add iron_man as a friend

Quote fubar at 07 Jan 2011 4.15pm

Quote eagles4lyf at 07 Jan 2011 4.13pm

apparently the manager has been announced according to bbs which you know its not true.
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Parish has said that round two of the interviews is today so that is a load of cack. They haven't decided yet, taking time to make the right decision for our club. Here's hoping Eddie Howe will be said decision.

 


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View Cucking Funt's Profile Cucking Funt Flag The Slimy Thoroughfare 07 Jan 11 4.41pm Send a Private Message to Cucking Funt Add Cucking Funt as a friend

Everything I've heard about Eddie Howe fills me with confidence and he is everything that a club like ours should be looking for as the foundation stone of a long term strategy.

All that worries me is that he is completely Bournemouth-shaped - all his achievements are with one club and one club only. His loyalties are firmly rooted there. Apart from looking at his evident quality achievements there, can we reasonably expect him to translate all that to us? On paper, he looks absolutely the real deal but would he struggle away from his own environment?

 


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View blockb's Profile blockb Flag Tonbridge 07 Jan 11 4.47pm Send a Private Message to blockb Add blockb as a friend

This post has been merged from a topic called 'James Scowcroft Twitter' by Hambo

Has just put up that Howe is the new manager

 

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Balthazar Flag In Hope! 07 Jan 11 4.50pm

Quote Cucking Funt at 07 Jan 2011 4.41pm

Everything I've heard about Eddie Howe fills me with confidence and he is everything that a club like ours should be looking for as the foundation stone of a long term strategy.

All that worries me is that he is completely Bournemouth-shaped - all his achievements are with one club and one club only. His loyalties are firmly rooted there. Apart from looking at his evident quality achievements there, can we reasonably expect him to translate all that to us? On paper, he looks absolutely the real deal but would he struggle away from his own environment?

Thats an excellent point Cucking. Hugely intelligent that I am (you should see the size of my spam) I hadn't thought of that.
It will be quite a transition period for him too bearing in mind that Bournemouth is the only club he's ever been at and the style, tactics, formation, etc will be different to what he is used to.
In my mind this sets a good/great manager asside from an average one. Someone that can walk into an unknown environment with players he doesn't know and still hit the ground running.


 

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I don't think that's really him.

If so:

1) Why does he only follow 8 people.
2) Why does he only have only around 170 followers.
3) Why would he know - or give a sh*t.

 


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Quote Leecpfc at 07 Jan 2011 4.51pm

I don't think that's really him.

If so:

1) Why does he only follow 8 people.
2) Why does he only have only around 170 followers.
3) Why would he know - or give a sh*t.


Kojak is right.

 


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Maybe must be a right sad case to pretend to be Scowcroft though! Time will tell but everything seems to be pointing to EH.

 

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View NEILLO's Profile NEILLO Flag Shoreham-by-Sea 07 Jan 11 4.54pm Send a Private Message to NEILLO Add NEILLO as a friend

Quote Cucking Funt at 07 Jan 2011 4.41pm

Everything I've heard about Eddie Howe fills me with confidence and he is everything that a club like ours should be looking for as the foundation stone of a long term strategy.

All that worries me is that he is completely Bournemouth-shaped - all his achievements are with one club and one club only. His loyalties are firmly rooted there. Apart from looking at his evident quality achievements there, can we reasonably expect him to translate all that to us? On paper, he looks absolutely the real deal but would he struggle away from his own environment?

Well that has to be a concern. One of the immediate issues he would face is the higher level of expectation of our fans v. those that he is used to. And given our current situation he has little margin for error - unless we're all going to be big enough to forgive him a possible relegation in the hope that he is the right manager to re-build next season from L1.

The time will come - hopefully it's now - that he has to ask himself the same question and challenge himself further.


 


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View taylors lovechild's Profile taylors lovechild Flag People's Republic of Gozo 07 Jan 11 5.03pm Send a Private Message to taylors lovechild Add taylors lovechild as a friend

If it is to be believed that Coppell is having a large hand in the decision making, then I would of thought Howe would appeal to him, as opposed to a more bullish old hand.

Coppell knew how to pick up talent from the lower leagues, so perhaps his judgement of lower league managers is also sound.

I knew nothing of Howe until his name popped up, but I'm happy to support whomever takes the hot seat.

 

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Quote Balthazar at 07 Jan 2011 4.50pm

Quote Cucking Funt at 07 Jan 2011 4.41pm

Everything I've heard about Eddie Howe fills me with confidence and he is everything that a club like ours should be looking for as the foundation stone of a long term strategy.

All that worries me is that he is completely Bournemouth-shaped - all his achievements are with one club and one club only. His loyalties are firmly rooted there. Apart from looking at his evident quality achievements there, can we reasonably expect him to translate all that to us? On paper, he looks absolutely the real deal but would he struggle away from his own environment?

Thats an excellent point Cucking. Hugely intelligent that I am (you should see the size of my spam) I hadn't thought of that.
It will be quite a transition period for him too bearing in mind that Bournemouth is the only club he's ever been at and the style, tactics, formation, etc will be different to what he is used to.
In my mind this sets a good/great manager asside from an average one. Someone that can walk into an unknown environment with players he doesn't know and still hit the ground running.



Same could be said of Chris Hughton and Keith Hill which leaves Paulo Sousa, ufffff

 

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View Lyons550's Profile Lyons550 Flag Shirley 07 Jan 11 5.18pm Send a Private Message to Lyons550 Add Lyons550 as a friend

Apparently James Scowcroft has just tweeted that its Howe. I agree regarding he (or whoever) will need to be given time; if we go down then we go down.

We MUST give the guy a chance; the foundations as far as the squad and the acadmey are 80% there; his teams play football the right way. All he needs is time.

 


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