2019/20 shan off the gaffa race

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Lads, there's no shot we appoint a manager just sacked from rock bottom can't buy a win Blyth, come on, don't do this to me.

Where's Gary Breadbin at, heard even he's not interested things are that bad.
I know it's hard to believe but apparently that's what we're getting and Sweens won't be part of the set up.
 

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I'm hearing that Nelse has been interviewed, and is likely to be offered something, assistant (to Miller?) if not gaffer. But you know what the rumour mill is like, especially in a small town like ours. It doesn't take much for some made up.bollocks to gain legs (if that isn't biologically unlikely)
 

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Sweens to Edgeley Park?
Obviously.

Like you say could all be bollocks, some of the info I occasionally get is good and others just mates who keep in touch but i think this one has legs.

No fucker is interested and it's hard to understand why except that people maybe don't fancy working with the owner...
 

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I know it's hard to believe but apparently that's what we're getting and Sweens won't be part of the set up.
I,d rather have Monkhouse, who is known as the Rochdale roundhouse.

liked Monkhouse, always got your monies worth.
 

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Count Cleeve has sunk his teeth into Culverhouse and got rid. They were doing shite but isn't a legend there or something?
 

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Count Cleeve has sunk his teeth into Culverhouse and got rid. They were doing shite but isn't a legend there or something?

The NL owner most likely to make himself manager?
 

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The NL owner most likely to make himself manager?

Quite possibly, apparently already behind a number of signings so heaven only knows. Fanbase is split as Culverhouse had built up an awful lot of goodwill and without a viable budget we were always going to struggle, that said the results (and performances) meant he was using up that goodwill in bucket loads and Aldershot was the final straw for many. Whoever we do appoint has a hell of a job on their hands - poor squad and minimal resources to make changes and then relegation will almost certainly a switch back to part time with more upheaval it won't be for the faint hearted.
 

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Cleeve will probably do it himself.
Apparently evidence has come to light that he once managed a team in the 1920s. Strangely he doesn't appear to have aged a day...
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NL fans rejoice as Hartlepool dont raid a team down here for their new manager, and have gone for the U23 Manager route instead, replacing Challinor with ex player and prev. Middlesbrough U23 Manager Graeme Lee
 

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NL fans rejoice as Hartlepool dont raid a team down here for their new manager, and have gone for the U23 Manager route instead, replacing Challinor with ex player and prev. Middlesbrough U23 Manager Graeme Lee

Aye despite the baked apple at Halifax PLEADING through the press for us to swoop in we've went elsewhere.
 

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Rusk vibes.
Big time but both highly regarded here. Hope we give them a fair shot and if it isn't working, The Vic doesn't return to its completely toxic best.

Nelson's record at Blyth makes for solid slit your wrists reading, has to be said.
 

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Do they only ever appoint obscure Premier League footballers from the mid 90s?

The sort of crap players you'd get over and over again in Merlin sticker collections.

Chris Bart-Williams next I reckon.
 

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Not sure where it puts us in terms of our level at the time but Widdrington was a very good player for us a good few years ago and you could tell then he would make a decent coach/manager. I can’t be arsed looking but was he at Salisbury for a bit in a coaching role?
 
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Do they only ever appoint obscure Premier League footballers from the mid 90s?

The sort of crap players you'd get over and over again in Merlin sticker collections.

Chris Bart-Williams next I reckon.

Whats Tim Breacker and Andrea Silenzi doing now?
 
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Not sure where it puts us in terms of our level at the time but Widdrington was a very good player for us a good few years ago and you could tell then he would make a decent coach/manager. I can’t be arsed looking but was he at Salisbury for a bit in a coaching role?

He managed Salisbury at Conference Level when they had Matt Tubbs
 

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