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View Vincehair's Profile Vincehair Flag London 30 Mar 20 9.56am Send a Private Message to Vincehair Add Vincehair as a friend

Don't know if their is a thread on this but Gareth Southgate and Chris Powell both came through our academy. I think either of them would do a good job for us. Powell lives locally, and I was impressed with the job he did for Charlton in difficult circumstances. Southgate was also pretty unfairly treated at Boro - sacked when they were 4th in the championship, which they haven't got near since.

I'd be happy with Southgate as a future manager, I think his man management is excellent and he talks a lot of sense, maybe they could come as a pair after the Euros

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View jeeagles's Profile jeeagles Flag 30 Mar 20 10.08am Send a Private Message to jeeagles Add jeeagles as a friend

Would be delighted if we could get him - but all theory for the next few year.

I think he's improved a lot since his time at Borogh and he's really left no stone unturned in looking for marginal improvements with the England team. Every aspect of the England set up has been reviewed, he's pushed forward what an international manager should be doing.

Some of the stuff he has done reminds me of Sir Clive Woodward's approach - watch building Jeruselm if you have some time on Netflix.

The last 3 England Managers have a strong palace connection, as do the last 3 managers to get a British nation to the semi-finals of a major tournament.

 

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View Willo's Profile Willo Online Flag South coast - west of Brighton. 30 Mar 20 10.38am Send a Private Message to Willo Add Willo as a friend

Originally posted by Vincehair

Don't know if their is a thread on this but Gareth Southgate and Chris Powell both came through our academy. I think either of them would do a good job for us. Powell lives locally, and I was impressed with the job he did for Charlton in difficult circumstances. Southgate was also pretty unfairly treated at Boro - sacked when they were 4th in the championship, which they haven't got near since.

I'd be happy with Southgate as a future manager, I think his man management is excellent and he talks a lot of sense, maybe they could come as a pair after the Euros

Edited by Vincehair (30 Mar 2020 10.03am)

This season, Chris Powell was appointed assistant to Alan Pardew at ADO Den Haag.

Powell made a lot of signings at Charlton, including Nick Pope from non-league Bury Town and Dale Stephens from Oldham.

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View kenbarr's Profile kenbarr Flag Jackson Heights, Queens, New York ... 30 Mar 20 2.51pm Send a Private Message to kenbarr Holmesdale Online Elite Member Add kenbarr as a friend

I certainly think Gareth Southgate would be an excellent manager for any club he chooses to go after his England tenure ends. He would be an absolute coup for Palace as he really is one of our own. He also has the gentlemanly characteristics of Roy Hodgson, which is also a plus. Both remind me of another gentleman of the old school I had the privilege of knowing, Sir (Hon) Magnus Magnusson.

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Originally posted by kenbarr

I certainly think Gareth Southgate would be an excellent manager for any club he chooses to go after his England tenure ends. He would be an absolute coup for Palace as he really is one of our own. He also has the gentlemanly characteristics of Roy Hodgson, which is also a plus. Both remind me of another gentleman of the old school I had the privilege of knowing, Sir (Hon) Magnus Magnusson.

I've always had this strange feeling of deja vu every time I see either Southgate or Hodgson, didn't realise it was the Magnus Magnusson connection - wouldn't like to see the three of them in the same room together, my brain would go into melt down

 

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Originally posted by ex hibitionist

I've always had this strange feeling of deja vu every time I see either Southgate or Hodgson, didn't realise it was the Magnus Magnusson connection - wouldn't like to see the three of them in the same room together, my brain would go into melt down

PS Mag died several years ago.

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I think, like Hodgson, Southgate wouldn't fill me with excitement.. but I would assume we would be a reliable mid table team, I think personally for me, I like mid table boredom but I want a manager with passion.

Think about it like, big sam, we would be mid table, Southgate mid table, Hodgson mid table, pulls mid table - pulis and big sam would be the more fun manager to listen to, if that makes sense.

However, Southgate would want the same project as England, at palace, or as much as he could handle and would we back that? Surely we would have to.

 


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Originally posted by jeeagles

Would be delighted if we could get him - but all theory for the next few year.

I think he's improved a lot since his time at Borogh and he's really left no stone unturned in looking for marginal improvements with the England team. Every aspect of the England set up has been reviewed, he's pushed forward what an international manager should be doing.

Some of the stuff he has done reminds me of Sir Clive Woodward's approach - watch building Jeruselm if you have some time on Netflix.

The last 3 England Managers have a strong palace connection, as do the last 3 managers to get a British nation to the semi-finals of a major tournament.

what's the Bobby Robson palace connection?

 

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View Willo's Profile Willo Online Flag South coast - west of Brighton. 31 Mar 20 11.22am Send a Private Message to Willo Add Willo as a friend

Originally posted by ex hibitionist

what's the Bobby Robson palace connection?

The current and last 2 England managers have Palace connections, Southgate,Allardyce and Hodgson.Of course another England manager with Palace connections is Terry Venables.Peter Taylor has been England caretaker manager.
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Originally posted by ex hibitionist

what's the Bobby Robson palace connection?[/quot

Last 3 England managers:- Southgate, Alladyce, Hodgson.

Last 3 British managers to reach a semi-final in 'Major' tournement:- Southgate-England 2018. Coleman-Wales 2016. Venables:- England 1996

 


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View Bangell's Profile Bangell Flag Oxford 31 Mar 20 7.15pm Send a Private Message to Bangell Add Bangell as a friend

Southgate's hardly likely to want to quit England any time soon.

 

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View kenbarr's Profile kenbarr Flag Jackson Heights, Queens, New York ... 01 Apr 20 12.56am Send a Private Message to kenbarr Holmesdale Online Elite Member Add kenbarr as a friend

Originally posted by Bangell

Southgate's hardly likely to want to quit England any time soon.

He's there through the 2022 World Cup at the very least.

 


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