I doubt Rhead will go. 32 years old, market value dwindling with age, unless Paul Cox has maintained his erection for him.Honestly, he'd be a good appointment. Would definitely stop you conceding. I'd question how he'd get you better attacking wise but if you keep Rhead next year, you'll be definitely be challenging.
Love that username, though wrist bandage may have been more appropriate!Reckon the key difference between Cowley and Tilson is that the former is hungry for success. Tilson had already peaked by the time he turned up here.
Potentially a great appointment. Vulture-esque behaviour from the Lincoln board, but probably the most ambitious thing they have done in years. Could be good for Cowley too, going from one of the smallest budgets to a mid-size budget instead of one of the bigger ones.
Not a more passionate, hard working bloke out there. People who think he will fail are just naive. He hasn't had a bad season since he started in management there is quite nothing to suggest he will fail when he goes full time allowing him more time to work on the pitch. The sky is the limit for him right now. No surprise 4 clubs said to be interested a day after Braintree's season ended. I would take him at Southend
Why couldn't you see Cowley at Lincoln?
Played for him
Enjoys working as a PE teacher which fits in with being part-time at Braintree. Interesting to see that CrazyImp says that you lot have "tried everything else", apart from, of course, not playing hoofball. Cowley would just be a slightly better version of hoofball that you currently have.
Were you good at hoofing it then?
seems a bit of a similar situation to us with Wilkin. Except for we got Wilkin with a handful of games left and Nuneaton fell out of play-offs where as Cowley stayed at Braintree and finished in play-offs.
Interested to see how Lincoln do next season.