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View cROYdonrogers's Profile cROYdonrogers Flag Leamington Spa 10 Nov 23 7.19am Send a Private Message to cROYdonrogers Add cROYdonrogers as a friend

I think top 10 would be good enough. That was Roy's aim for this season and if achieved I think he would walk away head held high.

 

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View Painter's Profile Painter Flag Croydon 10 Nov 23 8.09am Send a Private Message to Painter Add Painter as a friend

Originally posted by Eagle Black.

I hope not.

Why don’t you want us to have a great season?

 

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View Willo's Profile Willo Flag South coast - west of Brighton. 10 Nov 23 8.23am Send a Private Message to Willo Add Willo as a friend

Originally posted by Lanzo-Ad


I think 7th or 8th would be a great season with our resources.

Such an outcome would be stupendous and perhaps unexpected by many, but alas I cannot see us ending the season in such a lofty position.


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View PatrickA's Profile PatrickA Flag London 10 Nov 23 9.12am Send a Private Message to PatrickA Add PatrickA as a friend

If we finish 7th or 8th I think Roy should get the England job back.

 

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View NEILLO's Profile NEILLO Flag Shoreham-by-Sea 10 Nov 23 9.24am Send a Private Message to NEILLO Add NEILLO as a friend

It’s funny, the number of times that supporters on here have complained about a lack of succession planning by the club, and here we are with a possibility that is what is happening with Paddy.

Personally I have mixed feelings should Paddy be appointed.

He’s certainly a ‘ Palace Man ‘, and I’d love to see him succeed. You could argue that the risk of giving him the job is similar to that when Bournemouth made Gary O’Neill manager in terms of experience. O’Neill’s prior role was Liverpool U23 coach I believe.

And Paddy will have the benefit of working with Roy and Ray this season.

But would a more experienced man be the answer ? A lot depends on who the candidates are next summer……

 


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View Badger11's Profile Badger11 Flag Beckenham 10 Nov 23 9.35am Send a Private Message to Badger11 Add Badger11 as a friend

Originally posted by NEILLO

It’s funny, the number of times that supporters on here have complained about a lack of succession planning by the club, and here we are with a possibility that is what is happening with Paddy.

Personally I have mixed feelings should Paddy be appointed.

He’s certainly a ‘ Palace Man ‘, and I’d love to see him succeed. You could argue that the risk of giving him the job is similar to that when Bournemouth made Gary O’Neill manager in terms of experience. O’Neill’s prior role was Liverpool U23 coach I believe.

And Paddy will have the benefit of working with Roy and Ray this season.

But would a more experienced man be the answer ? A lot depends on who the candidates are next summer……

I would love to see a successful manager comes through the ranks but so far I have seen little to indicate that this would not be a big risk.

Paddy has been in charge for 2 games? We did not play well in either.

Parish is cautious I would be surprised if he risked all in appointing Paddy. This is the problem with succession planning it sounds alright in theory.

Ironically it may work better at a top 6 club even though they can afford the best managers.

Arteta took over a good Arsenal team if he had failed the worst case scenario is that Arsenal would have had a nothing mid table season. The payers they had would see them though.

For Palace to stay up each year we need solid performances fromm nearly all our players. FDB showed how fragile we are with the wrong manager.

 


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View Putitout's Profile Putitout Flag Oxford 10 Nov 23 10.03am Send a Private Message to Putitout Add Putitout as a friend

Originally posted by Badger11

I would love to see a successful manager comes through the ranks but so far I have seen little to indicate that this would not be a big risk.

Paddy has been in charge for 2 games? We did not play well in either.

Parish is cautious I would be surprised if he risked all in appointing Paddy. This is the problem with succession planning it sounds alright in theory.

Ironically it may work better at a top 6 club even though they can afford the best managers.

Arteta took over a good Arsenal team if he had failed the worst case scenario is that Arsenal would have had a nothing mid table season. The payers they had would see them though.

For Palace to stay up each year we need solid performances fromm nearly all our players. FDB showed how fragile we are with the wrong manager.

Agree with all of this. For me Paddy would be a last resort. If all else had failed. Most here want the club to not just survive but , move upwards , that is going to be difficult enough , and if it’s to happen it needs experienced hands . In fact as we know only to well it needs experienced hands to just keep the status quo.

 

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BrentisBack Flag Beckenham 10 Nov 23 3.04pm

Originally posted by NEILLO

It’s funny, the number of times that supporters on here have complained about a lack of succession planning by the club, and here we are with a possibility that is what is happening with Paddy.

Personally I have mixed feelings should Paddy be appointed.

He’s certainly a ‘ Palace Man ‘, and I’d love to see him succeed. You could argue that the risk of giving him the job is similar to that when Bournemouth made Gary O’Neill manager in terms of experience. O’Neill’s prior role was Liverpool U23 coach I believe.

And Paddy will have the benefit of working with Roy and Ray this season.

But would a more experienced man be the answer ? A lot depends on who the candidates are next summer……

Both Paddy and Gary O'Niell have had the valuable exprience of managing in the world famous Tandridge league as well.

 

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View Lanzo-Ad's Profile Lanzo-Ad Flag Lanzarote 10 Nov 23 3.14pm Send a Private Message to Lanzo-Ad Add Lanzo-Ad as a friend

Originally posted by Badger11

I would love to see a successful manager comes through the ranks but so far I have seen little to indicate that this would not be a big risk.

Paddy has been in charge for 2 games? We did not play well in either.

Parish is cautious I would be surprised if he risked all in appointing Paddy. This is the problem with succession planning it sounds alright in theory.

Ironically it may work better at a top 6 club even though they can afford the best managers.

Arteta took over a good Arsenal team if he had failed the worst case scenario is that Arsenal would have had a nothing mid table season. The payers they had would see them though.

For Palace to stay up each year we need solid performances fromm nearly all our players. FDB showed how fragile we are with the wrong manager.

The problem is Parish is cautious so is it more of a gamble to bring in someone who wants to change things around or stick as much to the status quo as possible.

 


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View grumpymort's Profile grumpymort Flag US/Thailand/UK 10 Nov 23 9.19pm Send a Private Message to grumpymort Add grumpymort as a friend

Everton sack Dyche Palace offer him the job or it will be Southgate.

I don't like how Pardew is hanging around either I do wonder if he has some sort of role in the background

Palace have a track record of going after the same people they have on list and SP loves people who has a connection with the club.

ANother issue is I don't believe many people are lining up for the job why would they very limited resources plus lack of ambition.

 


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View Eaglecoops's Profile Eaglecoops Flag CR3 11 Nov 23 9.04am Send a Private Message to Eaglecoops Add Eaglecoops as a friend

David Moyes. His contract is up this season and the rumours are he will be going. As much as I dislike him, he’d probably be a good fit.

 

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View Zaha127's Profile Zaha127 Flag 11 Nov 23 9.18am Send a Private Message to Zaha127 Add Zaha127 as a friend

Even though he was at Brighton Graham Potter would make a lot of sense. It would be a good appointment next summer. He can get Palace into Europe (Conference League) with players like Eze, Olise and Franca.

However, I think investment is also required Palace still need to buy a few more players e.g. new RB and clinical striker at least. They have never replaced AWB at RB and have not had a clinical striker in a long time.

Edited by Zaha127 (11 Nov 2023 9.20am)

 

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