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« Reply #20 on: February 10, 2021, 20:22:20 pm »

No worries. Really good manager who gets his teams playing attractive football. Would be great but canít see it happening
You never know, we had the England U21 manager once  Shocked
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« Reply #21 on: February 10, 2021, 20:23:18 pm »

If Brady ends up getting something out of the side he could be feasibly given a chance.

If not, the bookies have Sol Campbell as favourite and I think thatís probably the way itíll end up
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« Reply #22 on: February 10, 2021, 20:27:51 pm »

You never know, we had the England U21 manager once  Shocked

And the Wales manager 
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« Reply #23 on: February 10, 2021, 20:29:37 pm »

If Brady ends up getting something out of the side he could be feasibly given a chance.

If not, the bookies have Sol Campbell as favourite and I think thatís probably the way itíll end up

Not Sol Campbell, he saved Macclesfield like Gary Johnson saved us, a total myth!!!
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« Reply #24 on: February 10, 2021, 20:39:20 pm »

Would like to see the trio in charge, at least until the end of the season, unless it quite obviously turns into a rapid, Austin style disaster.

Other than that, fairly relaxed as to a successor...Derick Adams, C**t Holloway or John Sheridan aside!
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« Reply #25 on: February 10, 2021, 21:16:04 pm »

You never know, we had the England U21 manager once  Shocked
How about Sam Hoskins? I can see his name on a sheepskin coat one day
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« Reply #26 on: February 10, 2021, 21:18:02 pm »

Not Sol Campbell, he saved Macclesfield like Gary Johnson saved us, a total myth!!!

A small protest to KT but if Sol Campbell gets the job I will not be renewing my season ticket - in 2014 he wrote in the Times about a cup tie at Sixfields where he alleged the Northampton crowd were baying racist abuse at him - totally untrue from my view at the game with the reality as I saw it, simply being he was involved in a bit of a physical tussle and the crowd jeered him - nothing remotely racist from what I heard and certainly if there was I would be the first to condemn it. Iíve occasionally been ashamed of the behaviour of some of our fans but I can honestly say in 50 years of following home and away the number of racist incidents can be counted on one hand and limited to sad individuals - the suggestion of a crowd baying racist abuse simply does not ring true.
The man is therefore,  in my opinion and based on my presence at that game either dishonest or hard of hearing and did an unpleasant disservice to our club and fans - and also the genuine approach to drive racism out of football.
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« Reply #27 on: February 10, 2021, 22:29:31 pm »

How about Sam Hoskins? I can see his name on a sheepskin coat one day
I like the idea of the little fcuker in the dug out at least I donít have to watch him charging aimlessly around the pitch.
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« Reply #28 on: February 10, 2021, 22:35:47 pm »

Paul Tisdale might be a good shout?

Sacked by Bristol Rovers with a shocking record this season.

But generally a good manager at this level. As has been stated above, you're not going to get a manager with an umblemished record unless you pluck somebody from non-league.
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« Reply #29 on: February 10, 2021, 22:39:16 pm »

A small protest to KT but if Sol Campbell gets the job I will not be renewing my season ticket - in 2014 he wrote in the Times about a cup tie at Sixfields where he alleged the Northampton crowd were baying racist abuse at him - totally untrue from my view at the game with the reality as I saw it, simply being he was involved in a bit of a physical tussle and the crowd jeered him - nothing remotely racist from what I heard and certainly if there was I would be the first to condemn it. Iíve occasionally been ashamed of the behaviour of some of our fans but I can honestly say in 50 years of following home and away the number of racist incidents can be counted on one hand and limited to sad individuals - the suggestion of a crowd baying racist abuse simply does not ring true.
The man is therefore,  in my opinion and based on my presence at that game either dishonest or hard of hearing and did an unpleasant disservice to our club and fans - and also the genuine approach to drive racism out of football.

Yeah based on that misplaced accusation Iíd be surprised if he wanted to come here and whether weíd want him...regardless of the fact that heíd be a disaster. Weíd be warming up in ĎKick Racism out of the Cobblersí t-shirts.
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« Reply #30 on: February 10, 2021, 23:07:28 pm »

Brady aside, Joey Barton, Sol Campbell and Ian Holloway seem to be the early frontrunners with the bookies.

If Brady and co don't work out then I wouldn't want Campbell (arrogant and delusional) or Barton (a nasty piece of work and an outright scumbag).

Ollie wouldn't be a bad shout. I know he has a bit of history with us but he has a good track record (especially with Blackpool) and would at the very least provide a few good soundbites!
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« Reply #31 on: February 10, 2021, 23:11:26 pm »

Tisdale might be good, he was my choice before we got Wilder, not complaining about that though! He seems to need time to build his own style of team, have we got that time?
Campbell is of course one of the best coaches in world football, so HE says anyway! Although he would obviously be high profile there is little in his CV to back up his claims.
Barton is another high profile nutter, he might be fun.
Would love to see the in-house trio do well and if Brady still doesn't fancy the job full time Sammo has unfinished business, maybe with Rico as no.2.
Stephen Robinson is an interesting name simply because I know little about him. Did well for Motherwell and had the good sense to resign just before they signed Harry Smith! Think he prides himself on developing young players, could work well with Jon Brady?
Paul Cook is obviously a great shout if only we can afford him.
Glad I don't have to choose! over to you KT.
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« Reply #32 on: February 10, 2021, 23:37:31 pm »

Tisdale is somewhat overrated and Ian Holloway would be a disastrous appointment
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« Reply #33 on: February 11, 2021, 00:59:39 am »

I agree that Tisdale is overrated, plus he has just been sacked by a team that has the same amount of points as us. How could he possibly be an improvement?
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« Reply #34 on: February 11, 2021, 03:11:33 am »

So it starts. What criteria does everyone put on this recruitment process? If itís subjective opinion then we might as well have stuck with Curle? Time after time we jump from the frying pan into the fire. If the right candidate isnít available then keep the temporary in charge until there is? If I were a chairman I would have a top 3 candidates on my list at all times, even if we were top of the league? I do hope this is not yet another pull the trigger, invite applications and pick the best of the bunch that apply? Thatís proven to be a disaster?
Curle has been crap of late, but has anyone stated who is the best replacement and specifically why? My criteria is as follows in no particular order.

1. Attractive football.
2. A track record of building successful squads from scratch on a budget.
3. No obvious failures such as relegation.
4. No justified dismissals.
5. Affordable and available.

Whilst I wouldnít necessarily include this, living within an hour of Sixfields would also be an advantage.

If you canít tick most of those boxes it will be yet another punt into the unknown and yet more strain on the finances? Letís hope itís not another knee jerk reaction?
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« Reply #35 on: February 11, 2021, 05:46:22 am »

Paul Tisdale might be a good shout?

Sacked by Bristol Rovers with a shocking record this season.

But generally a good manager at this level. As has been stated above, you're not going to get a manager with an umblemished record unless you pluck somebody from non-league.
Carr and Wilder were successful from non-league teams.

Better the devil you know so I hope J B, Sammo and Rico are given to the end of the season, at least.

Campbell and Barton are divisive. So many on the list have failures.

I think Paul Cook would be expensive but a good choice.
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« Reply #36 on: February 11, 2021, 06:26:37 am »

So it starts. What criteria does everyone put on this recruitment process? If itís subjective opinion then we might as well have stuck with Curle? Time after time we jump from the frying pan into the fire. If the right candidate isnít available then keep the temporary in charge until there is? If I were a chairman I would have a top 3 candidates on my list at all times, even if we were top of the league? I do hope this is not yet another pull the trigger, invite applications and pick the best of the bunch that apply? Thatís proven to be a disaster?
Curle has been crap of late, but has anyone stated who is the best replacement and specifically why? My criteria is as follows in no particular order.

1. Attractive football.
2. A track record of building successful squads from scratch on a budget.
3. No obvious failures such as relegation.
4. No justified dismissals.
5. Affordable and available.

Whilst I wouldnít necessarily include this, living within an hour of Sixfields would also be an advantage.

If you canít tick most of those boxes it will be yet another punt into the unknown and yet more strain on the finances? Letís hope itís not another knee jerk reaction?


Currently manager at Dagenham & Redbridge, but fits all of the other criteria: Daryl McMahon (who would probably come with Steve Gritt as assistant)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daryl_McMahon
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« Reply #37 on: February 11, 2021, 06:32:39 am »

Jason Tindall. Plays decent football and tbh was unlikely to lose his Job at Bournemouth. Very decent Coach and may see this a chance to get back into management..

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« Reply #38 on: February 11, 2021, 07:05:30 am »

i would like to see Jon Brady given time until the end of the season.
it will take time to change from one style of football to another and for his philosophies to cone through .
Let him also choose his own team around him because Rico and Sammo have been dictated by KT .
Give the man a chance - he will be good for this club
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« Reply #39 on: February 11, 2021, 07:34:29 am »

John Brady may not want it full time as he has other working commitments outside of football apparently.
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