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52 minutes ago, marn11 said:

Spoke to a member of the coaching staff last night. Don't get your hopes up regarding Roy. 

I think we know enough about CFG to say that we can be almost 100% certain that the first thing we will know about our new coach is when he is actually announced.

I don't think I've seen a leak from inside CFG yet.

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1 hour ago, jw1739 said:

I think we know enough about CFG to say that we can be almost 100% certain that the first thing we will know about our new coach is when he is actually announced.

I don't think I've seen a leak from inside CFG yet.

I think the players leaked on all of us on the weekend.

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What would people think of Ante Milcic finally be given a go?

I know he has not been a senior coach before, but the blokes pretty much done everything else outside of it.

 

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Ante is still contracted to FFA for another year, FFA would want to be paid to release him. If the circumstances were different I'd be happy to have him but we need someone with proven head coaching ability and man management abilities

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7 minutes ago, belaguttman said:

Ante is still contracted to FFA for another year, FFA would want to be paid to release him. If the circumstances were different I'd be happy to have him but we need someone with proven head coaching ability and man management abilities

At the end of last season I might have accepted that he could do the job, but IMO this season has proved (once again) that our next manager has to have the experience and qualities that Bela mentions. We also need at least one assistant who can and will stay with the club long enough to actually learn something and hone his man-management skills. Our turnover in assistants has been appalling.

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Mark Rudan. 3 seasons coaching Sydney United and already won 2 NSW Premier league titles and 2 Australian Championships and now in his fourth season. 

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1 minute ago, Tony999 said:

Mark Rudan. 3 seasons coaching Sydney United and already won 2 NSW Premier league titles and 2 Australian Championships and now in his fourth season. 

Left end of last year, but returned 3 or 4 weeks ago and they have won every game since.

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3 minutes ago, Tony999 said:

Mark Rudan. 3 seasons coaching Sydney United and already won 2 NSW Premier league titles and 2 Australian Championships and now in his fourth season. 

Fuck Mark Rudan. Can go eat a big dick for all I care for him. 

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I'll go knock on the door of CFA Melbourne tomorrow to see what I can figure out. Hold tight.

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30 minutes ago, Jimmy said:

I'll go knock on the door of CFA Melbourne tomorrow to see what I can figure out. Hold tight.

Make sure when your getting info you rock up with a Volksy.

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Yeh fuck Rudan but when MR Rudan brings your team to the title you will be kissing his behind.

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19 hours ago, johnno cpfc said:

Stuart Pearce being touted around at the moment and he was a former Man City player some years ago anyone Keen?

 

Is he going to bring Beanie as his assistant? 

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Would love nothing more than to hear the echoes of "Psycho Psycho" ringing around the ground if Pearce came to us. 

Also gets my vote for Manager most likely to walk over and snot Kevin one on the snout.

Had a dodgy spell at Forest though and wasn't up to it.

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7 hours ago, belaguttman said:

From the latest David Squires cartoon in the Guardian

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So good!!!!

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My prerequisite for a manager, like before city took over heart, is that the manager has been successful before and has a winning mentality. 

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On 26/04/2017 at 9:37 PM, jw1739 said:

At the end of last season I might have accepted that he could do the job, but IMO this season has proved (once again) that our next manager has to have the experience and qualities that Bela mentions. We also need at least one assistant who can and will stay with the club long enough to actually learn something and hone his man-management skills. Our turnover in assistants has been appalling.

we need someone that can bring some discipline into the squad and manage some of the egos.  some of the on field shit from players has been gross.

experience. structure. discipline. all much needed desperately.

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Posted (edited)

38 minutes ago, jw1739 said:

U have got a fair point it belongs here. A very crucial decision that could change melbourne city to make it a champion worthy team. And maybe with the right coach it will be perhaps an asian champions league title one day. All these coaches have coached in europe (or been coached by Barcelona) and while some have been very successful in europe. They will all be better coaches than Valkanis, Aloisi and JVS.

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Still pissed I have to wait over 1.5 years to see us in asia

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Posted (edited)

1 hour ago, jw1739 said:

Speculation on behalf of SBS, at least someone actually put their name to this article unless the last SBS click bait article that we'd signed Jamie Maclaren. i can't see them recycling failed City coaches or hiring Man U legends. The thought of Alan Pardew hardly fills me with excitement either but the gist of the article, that we are the limp softcock team of the League is spot on

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56 minutes ago, belaguttman said:

Speculation on behalf of SBS, at least someone actually put their name to this article unless the last SBS click bait article that we'd signed Jamie Maclaren. i can't see them recycling failed City coaches or hiring Man U legends. The thought of Alan Pardew hardly fills me with excitement either but the gist of the article, that we are the limp softcock team of the League is spot on

But lets say that CFG are now starting to realise that we are a "softcock" team, does that necessarily lead to change? One can only hope.

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39 minutes ago, IssySG said:

But lets say that CFG are now starting to realise that we are a "softcock" team, does that necessarily lead to change? One can only hope.

We all hoped that would have happened 3 seasons ago, the problem has been obvious since Heart Season 2

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I want Roy Keane

Given Roy's propensity for growing a beard when things turn sour, I can't wait to see how big this beard becomes once he works out what kind of a screwed up club culture he's walked into.

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12 minutes ago, Cloughie said:

I want Roy Keane

Given Roy's propensity for growing a beard when things turn sour, I can't wait to see how big this beard becomes once he works out what kind of a screwed up club culture he's walked into.

 

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That would be a picture of him on Day 2 at MCFC

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Would take Roy Keane anyday, he wouldn't take any shit from noone, and probably deck Muscat in the derby.

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I'll take any of the two Roys

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TC posted just the other day on Instagram a photo of himself playing against Roy Keane ... coincidence? Maybe not.

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Roy Keane is a thug. While certainly prefer English style coach, not sure I want a thug to be our manager. We have victards for that.

But, of course, considering the dire situation we are in, fuck it, I would take Kean if he can make a difference.

 

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18 minutes ago, MXG said:

Roy Keane is a thug. While certainly prefer English style coach, not sure I want a thug to be our manager. We have victards for that.

But, of course, considering the dire situation we are in, fuck it, I would take Kean if he can make a difference.

 

Wouldn't you love to hear Roy eviscerate Muscat in his press conferences though? 

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Cahill and Sorensen doing their C License. 

 

Just saying.

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Would prefer Pearce, but should we get Keane fuck it'd be funny to be a fly on the wall of the CFG coaches conference given the Keane Vieira history

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Posted (edited)

As a Forest fan for 35 years who saw Pearce many times in his prime, I'm potentially ecstatic.

He was pretty good manager with England Under 21s but got the Man City job far too early.  We might be perfect for him.

Plus he's a big Sex Pistols / Ramones / Clash fan. 

(Did You Know?: When Psycho (as all Forest fans know to call him, even to this day) was England captain, Johnny Lydon got him to introduce the Sex Pistols on to the stage at their first reformation gig in London.)

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4 hours ago, CityWildcat said:

As a Forest fan for 35 years who saw Pearce many times in his prime, I'm potentially ecstatic.

He was pretty good manager with England Under 21s but got the Man City job far too early.  We might be perfect for him.

Plus he's a big Sex Pistols / Ramones / Clash fan. 

(Did You Know?: When Psycho (as all Forest fans know to call him, even to this day) was England captain, Johnny Lydon got him to introduce the Sex Pistols on to the stage at their first reformation gig in London.)

There's a few of us Tricky Trees about the club!

I'd donate my left nut to the rissole factory to hear the old Psycho chant echo around AAMI park. 

 

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Roy Keane would eviscerate the soft underbelly of the club and devour the entrails in front of the playing group. The culture would be purged and a rebuild could begin.

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57 minutes ago, Torn Asunder said:

Roy Keane would eviscerate the soft underbelly of the club and devour the entrails in front of the playing group. The culture would be purged and a rebuild could begin.

Yes, he'd fix the culture but we also want someone who is a good coach

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Pearce seems a good option... Pardew a big no. A terrible coach/manager and a right royal piece of shit of a person.

 

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