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Terry Robinson

Discussion in 'Sheffield United' started by Jagielka, May 17, 2007.

  1. Jagielka

    Jagielka Bigger than you

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    This man terrifies the living shit out of me.

    Why this person has the job he has I don't know. Today's words of wisdom:

    McCall, nah, you can bugger off, you have no experience, I mean what is a few years being assistant manager, what do you know about the club?

    Coleman, nah, we must write off him, not that he ever publically showed any interest, because he hasn't had any Championship experience, we definately don't want any Premiership managers here.

    We want someone like Peter Reid (NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!! :eeek), Bryan Robson (OHHH JESUS ****ING CHRIST NO :eeek) or even Dave Bassett (WHAT ARE YOU ON ****ING CRACK?? LETS TURN THE CLOCK BACK 20 YEARS??? SERIOUSLY??) to come in.

    Ohh dear god. :no:
     
  2. Martinho

    Martinho UTB FTO

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    It is worrying I have to admit. Why turn Coleman down like that? :no:
     
  3. Escafeld

    Escafeld defunct like third lanark

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    Let's hope he's thrown a smokescreen ..

    a long shot hoping that I know but it's the only rational explaination I can think of for the utter rubbish he was spouting earlier.
     
  4. ccfctommy

    ccfctommy Basket Case Club

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    Peter Reid hasn't seriously been linked to the job has he?

    I read his comments on Teletext and i thought it was bizzare, i thought McCall was a shoe in and saying Coleman hasn't the right experience was wierd.
     
  5. Escafeld

    Escafeld defunct like third lanark

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    To be fair, Robinson in his interview, was suggesting the type of manager that was being considered for the job & threw in the names of those mentioned above to illustrate his point.
     
  6. rednwhitebertie

    rednwhitebertie Registered User

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    He's a nutter Mr Robinson even parked his car in curry's car park at Charlton with Kevin Blackwell rather than at The Valley.

    He's on our board why wasnt he taking advantage of his position and parking at the ground, who knows
     
  7. Daz_Blade

    Daz_Blade Registered User

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    I said the other day I wouldn't be surprised if we went for Robson, he's got a track record of getting clubs out of this league. I still wouldn't want him though.

    I would have liked United to have a look at George Burley, it's a long shot but I like him and think he would be good for us.
     
  8. Dangerous_Si

    Dangerous_Si Back to the abyss

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    Been on sabbatical from football since the shocker on sunday, just not had any stomach for it all week:cry:

    Now i come back and Terry 'Negotiator' Robinson is on his soapbox, who's idea was it to let this numpty talk to the media.

    My personal preference for manager would be Coleman i think, but i would put my money on it being Robson, not sure what i think about it though, done this division before, a big name that could attract a good calibre of player, might not be a total disaster.

    We'll see anyway.
     
  9. IJY14

    IJY14 Herald the future

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    Coleman would be a good person for the job and also Reid, Coleman can sort a team out which isn't much value/performance to great players and can also spot bargins. Fulham never really had any good players apart from Boa Morte and Malbranque and they finished in a healthy league position in the last few seasons.
     
  10. RichBlade

    RichBlade "na na na na..."

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    I just hope and pray it's King Kev who has the final say and not this plonker.
     

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