Sheffield Wednesday Rumours Archive December 07 2013


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07 Dec 2013 17:13:54
Stuart Pearce and steve wigley at the game today they will be signed up before Tuesday on a 2 year deal. and before you say no he wasn't I have the pictures on mi phone to prove it.

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Then put the pictures on the sightings page. X

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No he wasn't

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They both played for forest so don't put two and two together.

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07 Dec 2013 20:59:13
Glenn hoddle is on Milan's radar according to chris waddle. apprently he's cautious of the move due to lack of funds. hopefully we can lure him in he's a top manger/coach in my opinion

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Hoddle would be my no 1 preference. Sadly, he is out of work so according to MM won't be one of the ones in for the job.

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Would love that. NB

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Hoddle replaced DJ at Saints and then again at Wolves. This is the only reason people are making a link (as well as his connection to Waddle who there is also no chance of coming in as he has hardly any experience and still plays his football on a weekend) but realistically there is zero chance. The bloke runs his academy in Spain and various other things, you're not telling me that every Premier League club needing a manager since 2006 or so hasn't sounded out GH and he's not been interested, why would he suddenly jump at the chance to take over a cash strapped, relegation fighting club in the second tier? Think about it. The bloke was even linked with various national team jobs over the years, including a return to England as a coach or assistant and even in some quarters as the manager. Not likely he would drop so low when he doesn't need to.

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As ever ponty an informed and balanced post. Think it would be a great appointment but can't see it happening. Not seen anything more about Steve Coppell since he quit as dof at Crawley, think he could do a decent job.

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{Ed003's Note - Gone to Pompey as DOF }

Aye SC went to Pompey as DoF, exactly like I said he would and was slated for saying, then was slated again when I mentioned the deal had been done. And now ill get slated again here with people disagreeing that I was right (even though I was, as I generally often am). Fun and games.

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07 Dec 2013 07:48:15
Phil Parkinson, Stuart Grey, Paul Dikov, Martin Allen and Steve Evans. That's the short list.

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Your right except for Stuart Grey I believe.

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Parkinson's would be good and he might even tempt Naki Wells to follow or is that wishful thinking

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What about pearce, clear favourite with bookies?

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MM confirmed yesterday that Gray is on the list.

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07 Dec 2013 17:05:29
Todays result is your answer for a Grey, Bullen team both not good enough get a new manager and back room staff in, a clean sweep is needed, should have been warnock, we need a earthquake to get out of this mess Mr. C

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Parkinson has done wonders at Bradford wouldn't mind him getting a go tbh not too fussed about rest

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Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink is a contender

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J. F. H a great player but not heard anything about managerial qualities has anyone any info on this, I would like to hear if you have?

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Last I heard jfh was a coach at forest, bet even he wasn't impressed on saturday by us

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JFH worked his way through his badges at lower league English clubs and with the Chelsea U16 team before a brief stint as a coach at Forest. He was appointed Antwerp manager in May this year, his only manager experience. Antwerp are in the Mickey Mouse, ahem I mean Belgian Second Division, currently about 5th, doing ok but not setting the league on fire.

I would honestly say JFH is not a real contender or MM is a fool.

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