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View chris123's Profile chris123 Online Flag hove actually 07 Apr 19 11.14am Send a Private Message to chris123 Add chris123 as a friend

Originally posted by Rudi Hedman

How do you bring a new manager in with one already here who goes when he is ready?

Well just giving an example, but with a caveat of not until Roy is ready, he's earned that completely.

 

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Originally posted by chris123

Well just giving an example, but with a caveat of not until Roy is ready, he's earned that completely.

In that case the options will keep changing and Benitez may not be an option. Who knows what goes on in Benitez’s mind. Maybe he’ll not like the idea of us wanting him when Roy retires, or maybe he’ll value that loyalty for himself.

 


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View Badger11's Profile Badger11 Flag Beckenham 07 Apr 19 11.25am Send a Private Message to Badger11 Add Badger11 as a friend

Originally posted by Silverfox50

Neil Harris

Lee Bowyer just to p*ss off the clowns

I like Roy but I am worried that next season maybe a season too many for him. I don't see us spending money on fixing our obvious problems so he will have to motivate the players again possibly without Zaha and or AWB. You can only do that so many times.

The problem is there is no obvious replacement. I like Sean Dyche but we are on a par with Burnley so why would he want to come to Palace.

 


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View taylors lovechild's Profile taylors lovechild Flag People's Republic of Gozo 07 Apr 19 11.29am Send a Private Message to taylors lovechild Add taylors lovechild as a friend

Probably unlikely that he'd come here but Rudi Garcia at Marseille has a history of transforming clubs' fortunes with attractive and attacking football and would be my first choice. Given we have a strong French-speaking contingent (Sako, Sakho, Zaha, Souare) that might help any transition. Second choice for me would be somewhat of a risk in Tony Popovic. He has built up a reputation in Australia for creating fit, disciplined teams and seems to take an Allardyce approach in terms of using analytics, etc. which could help give us an edge. Downside is he has no managerial experience at a high level (aside from that brief stint as our assistant manager). Third choice would be Wagner. Huddersfield fans still speak highly of him and I think with a better squad he could do well.

 

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View black eagle.'s Profile black eagle. Flag south croydon. 07 Apr 19 12.04pm Send a Private Message to black eagle. Add black eagle. as a friend

1 Mikel Arteta,done his Apprenticeship working with pep,and was intervieweded for Arsenal job,worth a shout with Roy as director off football.

2 Rafa Benitez,looks like he could be leaving Toon and is a very good manager,has lots of connections in the game.

3 Chris Wilder at Sheff utd,tactically very good and doing a cracking job,looks like his taking them up but will be in high demand if they fall at the final hurdle.

Swansea coach is another who should be considered.

 

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Originally posted by monkey

Seen in Southwater works for the Weed

Is Alan Mullery still alive?

 

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View hastingseagle67's Profile hastingseagle67 Flag 07 Apr 19 1.59pm Send a Private Message to hastingseagle67 Add hastingseagle67 as a friend

Are Benitez and Mourinho serious suggestions? I am not mocking, but would like to understand the thought process that people would think managers of that level would come to Palace.

 


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View black eagle.'s Profile black eagle. Flag south croydon. 07 Apr 19 2.27pm Send a Private Message to black eagle. Add black eagle. as a friend

Originally posted by hastingseagle67

Are Benitez and Mourinho serious suggestions? I am not mocking, but would like to understand the thought process that people would think managers of that level would come to Palace.

So who would your three suggestions be?

 

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View davehuggins's Profile davehuggins Flag 07 Apr 19 2.41pm Send a Private Message to davehuggins Add davehuggins as a friend

Could see Rafa saying yes, done a brilliant job at Newcastle and IMO is a high quality PL manager. If he is promised funds and a good salary why not?

 

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Originally posted by black eagle.

So who would your three suggestions be?

Read the first post on the thread

 


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Originally posted by hastingseagle67

Are Benitez and Mourinho serious suggestions? I am not mocking, but would like to understand the thought process that people would think managers of that level would come to Palace.

Probably not... But I'm a bit of a dreamer.
Mourinho's new project could be to transform a club he has a soft spot for - into a world class outfit...
He's seen it, done it, and he's getting close to his twilight years, so maybe it's the right time...

 

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View PeatlingPalace's Profile PeatlingPalace Flag Peatling Leicestershire, UK 07 Apr 19 3.56pm Send a Private Message to PeatlingPalace Add PeatlingPalace as a friend

Originally posted by hastingseagle67

Are Benitez and Mourinho serious suggestions? I am not mocking, but would like to understand the thought process that people would think managers of that level would come to Palace.

Is Newcastle to Palace a different level?

I suggested Benitez because I think he has proved himself with no funds (and has obviously already done it with funds/big teams). So with our limited budget I think he could be the perfect manager and may even make players like AWB think twice about leaving

And for the record I really like Roy and think what he has achieved for us has been excellent. This is the first premier season where I have not been sweating over all the fixtures & permutations from the start of April

Ok home form has been a bit s***, but away form has been magnificent. We are Palace and I think mid table is currently our level. We wont get in the top six, so for me 7th to 10th is the target. There have been times this season when we have played the best football I have seen in my 44 Palace years

My only complaint about Roy is that he is too loyal to players not in form (e.g. Benteke or Schlupp) but he has limited options in our squad and players respect is critical for a manager.

 


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