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andyocpfc 12-07-2020 03:28 PM

Next manager saga
 
Its becoming clear after 5 straight defeats and probably 8 by the time the season ends its time for a freshen up and a change.

Roy has done a tremendous job but its not working anymore so we must look forward and thank him for his time and achievements.

Whos (realistically) next for you?

Thefunkymonk 12-07-2020 03:30 PM

Not even the summer. Now. No point hanging onto Roy now.

Id go Dyche, hes a semi safe option and has done wonders with Burnley.

cpfcfan1 12-07-2020 03:32 PM

Roy will still be here

TennesseeKing 12-07-2020 03:33 PM

I would go for Dyche, but I can see it being Howe.

Latvian 12-07-2020 03:36 PM

Dyche might be on another European tour. He won't wanna think about coming here at least until he sees where Burnley finish. Why would he swap jobs anyway? Sideways step at best!

hulkster 12-07-2020 03:39 PM

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Originally Posted by TennesseeKing (Post 15299557)
I would go for Dyche, but I can see it being Howe.

I reckon Howe as well. Would take Thomas Frank or David Wagner straight away though. We've done our dash with English managers. Need a completely new approach and some new foreign talent on the playing side.

If we can't attract the Brentford manager or give a manager another shot at the PL, then we might as well pack up and go home.

RisZero 12-07-2020 03:39 PM

Confident I wouldnt get on with Dyche at a BBQ or something but also confident he would have us playing consistently, safely, and within our budget so probably him

Dont see on what planet it could be Howe after this season

...Id take Jose :P

Thefunkymonk 12-07-2020 03:42 PM

We have been generally awful this season. Roy plays one way and we only seem to win through moments of individual brilliance by the likes of wilf rather than Roys style of play. Roy doesnt play to the squads strengths yet people on here think hes the messiah. I like Roy, and he worked miracles after the FdB debacle.. but the last season/Season and half have been dire.

We need fresh face, fresh approach, one that has ability to change tactics.

I think Dyche should be the one. Think hed do wonders with us to be honest.

chateauferret 12-07-2020 03:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by andyocpfc (Post 15299536)
Its becoming clear after 5 straight defeats and probably 8 by the time the season ends its time for a freshen up and a change.

Roy has done a tremendous job but its not working anymore so we must look forward and thank him for his time and achievements.

Whos (realistically) next for you?

When the tesm names came up at the bottom of the screen my cat jumped up and her paw landed on the word "Riedewald". Based on that performance one could argue that she's better at setting our midfield up than Hodgson is.

GB2506 12-07-2020 03:45 PM

Dyche all day long! The most sensible and least radical change. Howe Im still not sold on and it would be a huge change in style and philosophy and we just dont have the players for it.

Jon_C-Pal 12-07-2020 03:48 PM

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Originally Posted by chateauferret (Post 15299592)
When the tesm names came up at the bottom of the screen my cat jumped up and her paw landed on the word "Riedewald". Based on that performance one could argue that she's better at setting our midfield up than Hodgson is.

Your cat is also better at picking out a Palace player than the players themselves.

alanlee11 12-07-2020 03:48 PM

If we lose the next three, Roy has to go.

I'm more worried about the squad, this group has such a small amount of ability with the actual football.

orp pisshead1 12-07-2020 03:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Thefunkymonk (Post 15299587)
We have been generally awful this season. Roy plays one way and we only seem to win through moments of individual brilliance by the likes of wilf rather than Roys style of play. Roy doesnt play to the squads strengths yet people on here think hes the messiah. I like Roy, and he worked miracles after the FdB debacle.. but the last season/Season and half have been dire.

We need fresh face, fresh approach, one that has ability to change tactics.

I think Dyche should be the one. Think hed do wonders with us to be honest.

Last season where we got 49 points yeah ? :D.
Cooper would be my choice with Roy moving upstairs to advice if needed.

CP-RJW 12-07-2020 03:52 PM

I'm Roy in, but if he did go, Dyche would be unlikely but excellent.

Not the biggest Howe fan but he wouldn't be the worst.

Thomas Frank not a bad suggestion.

Jose Borderlas has been talked about on here before. I see very little reason why he'd leave Getafe for us, but he'd be an interesting appointment.

Dlm 12-07-2020 03:58 PM

Why would any PL manager make the switch the palace?

They'll get no financial support in the transfer market and we will turn on them the moment we start losing games

Unless Parish gives a committment to spend BIG then we will not see a new manager next season

RisZero 12-07-2020 03:59 PM

Does Frank come with Benrahma

Malarkey 12-07-2020 03:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by alanlee11 (Post 15299603)
If we lose the next three, Roy has to go.

No no no. He NEEDS to go now.

bigend1 12-07-2020 04:02 PM

I am definitely unhappy when I watch palaver now. It’s a Awful to watch. I think we would scrape survival again under Roy next season however and a change is a risk.

Dyche would be ok. Sam would be great. Anyone else is increasing risk

I worry we’d end up with Coleman though and be missing Roy

Nostrils 12-07-2020 04:05 PM

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Originally Posted by cpfcfan1 (Post 15299551)
Roy will still be here

I do wonder whether the Americans feel the same way as I expect Parish does. If they don't, he may still be under pressure.

3 games left of the season to get the players motivated and drop those not performing. I hope he does it because with a better squad he can get us playing good football, but we've been worryingly predictable since being safe.

Thefunkymonk 12-07-2020 04:06 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bigend1 (Post 15299641)
I am definitely unhappy when I watch palaver now. Its a Awful to watch. I think we would scrape survival again under Roy next season however and a change is a risk.

Dyche would be ok. Sam would be great. Anyone else is increasing risk

I worry wed end up with Coleman though and be missing Roy

If Coleman is even in the frame then Id give up :supergrin:


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