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Thread: Norwich podcast interviews warniola

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    Norwich podcast interviews warniola


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    Quote Originally Posted by caytonmiller View Post

    Why not?....he is going to be their next manager anyway.

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    Farke off?

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_idiotb_stardson View Post
    Why not?....he is going to be their next manager anyway.
    He will indeed and in the not so distant future

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    What a thoroughly decent genuine man Warney is..good luck to the lad whatever he does because there's not many of his type left unfortunately.

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    I don't think he will go anywhere for a while yet. He isn't the type of bloke who would uproot his settled family to chase the golden ticket. Or at least I dont think he is 🤔😂

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    Norwich are a similarly run club to The Millers. The owners are as loyal as they can be in this business.

    The podcast is a half hour listen but Warney is a joy to listen to. Whether or not the Canaries job is offered to him or not, hes proven at a L1 level and maybe Could do well higher still if he was able to have a Championship budget. That is unlikely with the Millers, I know, so hopefully he stays with Rotherham.

    It would be a big risk to put him in the Premiership but Norwich in the Championship would be a fitting test for him and the club would have a budget that gives him a better than average fighting chance to do well at that level.

    Hes doing a good job now and how great is that given hes such a nice bloke. Genuine.

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    There was an interview with Tony Stewart on 5Live on Sat at about 1.30pm and he and the Presenter and guests were really singing The praise of PW.
    5Live knew a lot about PW and his methods and were very impressed

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000ffgb

    It should be at about 1hr 34mins
    Last edited by flourbasher; 17-02-2020 at 03:49 PM.

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    Just spent a lovely 30 minutes listening to Paul Warne. Might not always agree with him as a manager but can't fault him as a person.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_idiotb_stardson View Post
    Why not?....he is going to be their next manager anyway.
    Don't rule out Russell Martin at MKD who has the advantage of being a recent ex-player. He's also doing a good job of improving the Dons

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