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    Will Dyche get the interview

    Will he go if asked to be considered, one thing I would say is that these jobs at clubs like Newcastle won’t always be there ,
    I’m a little unsure this time if he’s asked I think he might speak to them.
    Mike Ashley’s wet dream isn’t it a manager who makes it work regardless of funding.

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    I'd certainly go if I was Dyche.. He would probably get a board that would let him spend a bit of money .. A massive club Newcastle,just waiting for someone like a Dyche to turn them around..

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    Doubt its a job SD would be interested in with Ashley in charge,its been said one of the main factors in Benitez not staying was the lack of control over team affairs he had. it will be a Avram Grant type yes man who gets that gig.

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    Quote Originally Posted by army88 View Post
    Will he go if asked to be considered, one thing I would say is that these jobs at clubs like Newcastle won’t always be there ,
    I’m a little unsure this time if he’s asked I think he might speak to them.
    Mike Ashley’s wet dream isn’t it a manager who makes it work regardless of funding.
    More Chance of Mike Ashley being the manager himself!!,....Come on Can you imagine Dyche playing Hoofball at Newcastle ??

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    S.D is perhaps somewhere in the list for the job....though not before the likes of Mourinho - Pardew - Hughes - Keane - Howe - Arteta - Monk and....Mr Magoo.




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    SD is happy at Burnley. He knows the gig. He's paid well and he has full control. Now can we please buy someone?

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    I think Sean going to Newcastle is the least of our worries. Sean's a manager, Newcastle are looking for a manager, but that's as close a link as there is, and the only one. It just isn't going to happen, they're still looking for the next Kevin Keegan, not the next Sam Allardyce.

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    I think its a perfect fit for him.He will never get a chance at a top 6 club from his current position but if he can replicate relatively the results at BFC at a massive club like NUFC with a higher budget than BFC then it could take him to the next level.
    Top six would surely follow if he could bring success to Tyneside especially if he could do better than Benitez.
    For Ashley it is erection material-a manager who can bring success on a shoestring and much cheaper than Benitez or any other big name until he finds a buyer for the club.He is an even bigger tight arse than Garlick so Dyche would suit his ambitions.
    Only losers would be BFC and Newcastle fans.We would lose our best manager that I can remember and NUFC would probably get hoofball week in week out.
    Last edited by ClaretinBudapest; 25-06-2019 at 10:26 AM.

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    That's a totally depressing scenario CiB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Bedlington Terrier View Post
    That's a totally depressing scenario CiB.
    I know, fancy somebody even more tight arsed than Garlick.

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    Odds on SD to Newcastle have gone from 33-1 in to 20-1. Come on own up who has put 50p on him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sinkov View Post
    I think Sean going to Newcastle is the least of our worries. Sean's a manager, Newcastle are looking for a manager, but that's as close a link as there is, and the only one. It just isn't going to happen, they're still looking for the next Kevin Keegan, not the next Sam Allardyce.
    Harsh; but we might be sharing the same view.

    There is a part of me that isn't looking forward to "same as same as" next season.

    And SD will give us "same as".

    And it will be Plan A with Plan B changing a forward like for like or changing a midfielder but not changing tactics--and not having the personnel with whom to change tactics--even if he could (which I doubt).

    But one day (soon?) we will have to because we will drop out of the Prem.

    Last year our free to air, one game per week, channel in Australia did not showcase Burnley at all (or if it did it was once).

    Because they get it too. Burnley vacillates between downright boring having the fewest shots on goal or goalmouth incidents (at the opposition end, I should add).

    People admire Burnley like you might admire the swimmer who comes in last in a school swimming comp.

    So, if our lack of player progress stops at the Manager and he is happy to not bother the Board and the Board are happy that he doesn't knock on the door wasting more of the precious dosh (because he does) then I would welcome a Newcastle approach if only to break the cycle.

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    Having worked at St. James's Park, many years ago when Keagan was their manager. If Sean Dyche were to become their manage it would be interesting to hear the view of NUFC fans when they started to play hoof ball.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vintage Claret View Post
    Having worked at St. James's Park, many years ago when Keagan was their manager. If Sean Dyche were to become their manage it would be interesting to hear the view of NUFC fans when they started to play hoof ball.
    I think most of the Toon fans I know would love this sort of "hoof ball"?

    https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q...0BE0&FORM=VIRE

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    That was just fantastic to watch and iF only we could get Brady and Defour back to that level.

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    I think that's unlikely Casper and I would have thought replacements would already be training at Gawthorpe?

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    If Sean goes to Newcastle I'll do a naked pole dance on a lamp standard in Burnley centre.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1959_60 View Post
    If Sean goes to Newcastle I'll do a naked pole dance on a lamp standard in Burnley centre.
    That should keep the shops empty!

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    I don't know BT....

    It would "light up" the whole town

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Bedlington Terrier View Post
    I think most of the Toon fans I know would love this sort of "hoof ball"?

    https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q...0BE0&FORM=VIRE
    So would we BFC fans, it just we don't see it too often. When we play like that we look a completely different team, I hope for more of that style of football.

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