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Favourite player: Trevor Steven
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21 Mar 2017 11:39:28
sincerely hope not - one of the most over rated players i've ever seen and also a self confessed follower of them.
21 Mar 2017 10:49:07
Whilst I agree Murty did a great job in the interim role, Pedro is the manager now and specifically stated he wants an experienced coach with extensive local knowledge.
Murtys never been a coach before aside from
U20s so he wouldn't fit the role. If supercoop's shortlist is right I think Alex Rae should get it; he has good playing experience both sides of the border, has good coaching experience from his time at St Mirren and as a bonus is a dyed in the wool bluenose.
The blend of passion and experience from Pedro and Rae at murray park would be just what we need!
18 Mar 2017 17:21:08
I personally think there's a player in Tav - he has all the attributes of the modern wing back; quick athletic good on the ball and can score from open play and set pieces. He obv needs to work on his defensive duties but a good coach should be able to help with that.
If warbs wants him, well he signed a contract extension so should have 2.5yrs left so will have to pay top dollar for him - fed up with the number of players we let go down the years when we could hold out for some sort of few - darren mcgegor to hibs a classic example
12 Mar 2017 23:05:48
agreed fellow bears, Murty and the players deserve great credit for result and performance today - just shows what you can do with some basic tactics, organisation and togetherness, sadly lacking for too long under MW
For long periods we held our own in the game and had a few great chances - a proper poacher wld surely have stuck 1 or 2 of them in the pokey.
I just wonder what Pedro made if it all and what his plans are for a very average squad - hopefully he sees like the rest of us a whole new spine is needed espesh 2 cntr halves 2 strong cntr mids (if hyndmans loan isn't extended) a poacher and quality winger with pace sorry baz you were poor today wee man and shoved aside and lost the ball far too easily.
28 Feb 2017 21:48:26
Alex Neil sorry I don't buy that - his allegiances are well known and add that to the way he spoke about our great club with utter disdain following the Dorrans rumours last summer, it's very clear what he thinks of us.
You don't need to be a bluenose to be our manager, but I draw the line at the likes of Alex Neil
21 Mar 2017 19:56:34
have to agree with star man
baz was a brilliant player and great captain as well huge bluenose but the dressing room revolt under le guen and issues with scotland plus lack of any real coaching experience would suggest to me bringing in baz is a massive risk
I'd go with Alex Rae or bomber
16 Mar 2017 23:28:37
yeah agreed brummie - big Duffs a good call for assistant. I suggested Peter Houston but in terms of experience and 'local knowledge' he'd be a great shout regardless of his sellic connections
13 Mar 2017 21:52:38
maybe it's just me but what extensive coaching/ managing experience does barry ferguson or lee mculloch have?
being an ex player/ bluenose / rangers man won't do pedro much good when he wants to know in depth analysis on the systems hearts play or the formations dundee are likely to set up with at home - from
a coaching perspective wee barry wouldn't have a clue - we need to get over this passionate ex player rangers die hard being a good coach as it's just nonsense - i give you john greig
Id go for an experienced man like peter houston - just my opinion
25 Feb 2017 12:17:51
we need an experienced manager in place now if we have any hopes of stopping this slide. even if it's only till end of season we need someone in now and they have to be experienced be it davies mcleish or even a walter.
I personally don't think this is the right time to bring in a foreign manager like de boer or jol - we need someone who a) understands scottish football and b) the demands of managing a big club with the expectations we have as too many people under estimate both these factors to their cost.
changes needed all through the team but first of all we must defend as a team and stop conceding goals as that puts even more pressure on mis-firing strikers.
number of times hearts ross county morton dundee and ICT running through on our goal is suicide we are far too open and easy to play against - need to tighten up and toughen up
i wld bin 4-3-3 and get defenders defending 1st and foremost. i'd drop tav for hodson sit in a bit more play 1 striker (miller) and flood the midfield to help us get control of games maybe harry in beside hyndman and holt to give us bit more dig and energy.
i wldnt start garner or toral again waste of a jersey for me
17 Feb 2017 21:10:36
Well let's just see if those facts and figures are accurate Gor - I highly doubt it.
So far all we know are 'facts' by way of the statements from the club / D King and Warbs which are contradictory.
I would highly doubt DK would completely fabricate the actions of the agent who allegedly tendered resignation on all 3s behalf
Add this to Warbs alleged attempts to engineer a move to Notts Forrest (neither of which I note he has denied) whilst in gainful employment. I reckon DK will have made sure that's reasonable grounds for accepting the resignations allegedly tendered.
just my opinion but let's wait and see. If either are true I'm behind the board 100%