We agree on that one. Bruce was sacked under circumstances similar to Mick. It's odd how being sacked seems to absolve people of shortcomings and they are back in the jobs market.
If you scratch Bruce, I'll scratch Warnock. I hope they go for someone from Europe or someone young who is unexpected. >From what Moxey says that won't be the case though. On 15 February 2012 13:53, LEESE Matthew <matthew.le...@rms.nsw.gov.au>wrote: > ** > I wouldn't be surprised if there's an announcement before the end of the > week. Mick's dismissal was not just a reaction to the game on Sunday and so > I'd imagine there's been some contact made already with likely candidates > sounded out. > > I read an interesting article flipping the 'Who would your choice of > manager be' question on its head to say 'Assume you get a call from Moxey > saying you can't pick the new manager, but you are able to give 1 name to > be scratcehd from the candidate list'. > > Given what I've seen so far as the more realistic candidates, that would > be Steve Bruce for me. > > ------------------------------ > *From:* firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] *On > Behalf Of *Steven Millward > *Sent:* Wednesday, 15 February 2012 1:47 PM > *To:* nswolves > *Subject:* [NSWolves] Timing > > When do people think we'll appoint a new manager/scapegoat? > > Presumably in the next few days so that they can take control with enough > time to get a grip before Newcastle. > > There's an interesting thread on Mol Mix about what you would do if you > were manager. The basic gist of it is that people would pick the same team > but tell them to play better. There must be more to football management > hadn't there? > > -- > Boo! Clipboard out! > > [image: Logo] > > Before printing, please consider the environment > > IMPORTANT NOTICE: This e-mail and any attachment to it are intended only > to be read or used by the named addressee. It is confidential and may > contain legally privileged information. No confidentiality or privilege is > waived or lost by any mistaken transmission to you. Roads and Maritime > Services (RMS) is not responsible for any unauthorised alterations to this > e-mail or attachment to it. Views expressed in this message are those of > the individual sender, and are not necessarily the views of RMS. If you > receive this e-mail in error, please immediately delete it from your system > and notify the sender. You must not disclose, copy or use any part of this > e-mail if you are not the intended recipient. > > -- > Boo! Clipboard out! > -- Boo! Clipboard out!