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    Smile Jos Luhukay

    Staton tweet saying one to keep an eye on for pigs job

    15 mins later from nowhere to 1/5 on Skybet

    We could have a winner

    Anyone know who the fk he is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blades58 View Post
    Staton tweet saying one to keep an eye on for pigs job

    15 mins later from nowhere to 1/5 on Skybet

    We could have a winner

    Anyone know who the fk he is?
    The best manager in the world,way better than Pep,Conte,etc etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlockD View Post
    The best manager in the world,way better than Pep,Conte,etc etc
    SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY are in talks with Dutch coach Jos Luhukay about becoming their new boss in a surprise move.

    Luhukay has spent all of his managerial career in Germany and worked for Borussia Munchengladbach and Stuttgart among others during a lengthy time in the Bundesliga.

    Sheffield Wednesday are in talks with Dutch coach Jos Luhukay about becoming their new boss in a surprise move

    Owner Dejphon Chansiri hopes to finalise the shock appointment before the FA Cup clash with Carlisle after interviewing several candidates.

    Chansiri had dreamt of big names like Andre Villas-Boas and Jose Fonseca, but he sped up the process after poor results under caretaker Lee Bullen.



    Luhukay is similar to Carlos Carvalhal with a record of moving clubs regualllrly and he is keen to succeed the Portguese coach who was sacked a fortnight ago.


    Chansiri also considered experienced German Bruno Labbadia, who is also available, but Luhukay got the nod as he fits the budget and profile.
    Last edited by blades58; 04-01-2018 at 08:24 PM.

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    who?

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    who the f **k is josh luhaky ?it gets better at the comedy club down s6 way 😃

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    What a dreadful shame they aren't going to employ Bruno Labbadia. A once in a lifetime opportunity for months of schoolboy humour, gone, just like that...

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    Porktalk in meltdown, straw clutchers trying to liken him to fellow German David Wagner who was unknown before he joined Huddersfield, before somebody pointed out that this guy’s actually Dutch like the new laydee CEO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FatherKnowsBest View Post
    What a dreadful shame they aren't going to employ Bruno Labbadia. A once in a lifetime opportunity for months of schoolboy humour, gone, just like that...
    Luhukay for some, unLuhukay for others seems a much politer play on words FKB

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    ah shes dutch enall then is she gray all fits now they will be playing total football next friday night haha !

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    Quote Originally Posted by shorehamoldboy View Post
    ah shes dutch enall then is she gray all fits now they will be playing total football next friday night haha !
    Yep It’ll be total football...but without the goals.

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    Sorry to be a party pooper but we really could have done with the b a s t ards coming to the Lane managerless. Let's just wait and see before taking the pi s s.
    Wilder was f u c k all very recently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seanbeanstattoo View Post
    Sorry to be a party pooper but we really could have done with the b a s t ards coming to the Lane managerless. Let's just wait and see before taking the pi s s.
    Wilder was f u c k all very recently.
    They still might be managerless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrayBlade View Post
    They still might be managerless.
    Hope so Gray.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrayBlade View Post
    Porktalk in meltdown, straw clutchers trying to liken him to fellow German David Wagner who was unknown before he joined Huddersfield, before somebody pointed out that this guy’s actually Dutch like the new laydee CEO.
    She's Belgian

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    Quote Originally Posted by Holden_C View Post
    She's Belgian
    Belgian,Dutch. They're all the bloody same aren't they.
    Thank God for Brexit.

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    You have to realise at SW is that they are using the “head coach” system like they do abroad.
    In England we have managers who basically control everything, they buy and sell players and work with a budget.

    However at SW they have a Committee that decide which players are bought and old.
    Whoever is brought in has little influence and simply coach and pick the team.

    This continental style instantly rules out loads of potential managers who want insist on more control.

    It doesn’t surprise me that they’d want to choose a foreign yes man, who is told what players he can have and his job is to simply coach them and employ tactics. Their Chairman is power mad and it’ll probably all end in tiers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by almostsignedmaradona View Post
    You have to realise at SW is that they are using the “head coach” system like they do abroad.
    In England we have managers who basically control everything, they buy and sell players and work with a budget.

    However at SW they have a Committee that decide which players are bought and old.
    Whoever is brought in has little influence and simply coach and pick the team.

    This continental style instantly rules out loads of potential managers who want insist on more control.

    It doesn’t surprise me that they’d want to choose a foreign yes man, who is told what players he can have and his job is to simply coach them and employ tactics. Their Chairman is power mad and it’ll probably all end in tiers.
    Very true. Doyen decide who the pigs sign. And long may that continue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FatherKnowsBest View Post
    What a dreadful shame they aren't going to employ Bruno Labbadia. A once in a lifetime opportunity for months of schoolboy humour, gone, just like that...
    Are they how folk with a stammer say p i ss flaps? Or does the extended wording depict them as being just like John Waynes saddlebags?

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    It doesn’t surprise me that they’d want to choose a foreign yes man, who is told what players he can have and his job is to simply coach them and employ tactics. Their Chairman is power mad and it’ll probably all end in "flattened" tiers.
    Corrected for you Sir....
    Yup esp when rust bucket falls down...

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    Quote Originally Posted by almostsignedmaradona View Post
    You have to realise at SW is that they are using the “head coach” system like they do abroad.
    In England we have managers who basically control everything, they buy and sell players and work with a budget.

    However at SW they have a Committee that decide which players are bought and old.
    Whoever is brought in has little influence and simply coach and pick the team.

    This continental style instantly rules out loads of potential managers who want insist on more control.

    It doesn’t surprise me that they’d want to choose a foreign yes man, who is told what players he can have and his job is to simply coach them and employ tactics. Their Chairman is power mad and it’ll probably all end in tiers.
    Which committee is that ASM? I thought they sacked them all not long after the committee was formed. Remember Roeder and the gang? Rumour has it Carlos wasn't happy so the Chanser got shut.

    Not sure who this committee is now, other than it consists of The Chanser, Chansiri and Tuna man

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