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    What if?

    Rhetorical question time,but what if Eddie howe was sacked,would you take him on as manager or keep mowbray?
    For me I would go for howe but he would be the only one,who I would consider changing managers for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robinrover View Post
    Rhetorical question time,but what if Eddie howe was sacked,would you take him on as manager or keep mowbray?
    For me I would go for howe but he would be the only one,who I would consider changing managers for.
    Never been sure about Howe. Wasted 10's of millions at Bouremouth.
    I'd prefer they chose a young lad like Ainsworth who is a local lad. With ambition.

    Or Gerrard. Who would be a good up and coming manager. Trouble is, we won't have a penny. So would not really be able to attract anyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robinrover View Post
    Rhetorical question time,but what if Eddie howe was sacked,would you take him on as manager or keep mowbray?
    For me I would go for howe but he would be the only one,who I would consider changing managers for.
    Never been sure about Howe. Wasted 10's of millions at Bouremouth.
    I'd prefer they chose a young lad like Ainsworth who is a local lad. With ambition.

    Or Gerrard. Who would be a good up and coming manager. Trouble is, we won't have a penny. So would not really be able to attract anyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by champs95 View Post
    Never been sure about Howe. Wasted 10's of millions at Bouremouth.
    I'd prefer they chose a young lad like Ainsworth who is a local lad. With ambition.

    Or Gerrard. Who would be a good up and coming manager. Trouble is, we won't have a penny. So would not really be able to attract anyone.
    Ainsworth would be wierd for me having known him in his younger days..

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    I've seen Bournemouth three times since the restart. I can't believe they're coming down.
    They look far better than any team in our Division - and certainly superior to Villa!
    In terms of managers, I'd have preferred Hughton, but I wouldn't be unhappy with Howe.
    If I had to pick anyone now, I'd go for Damien Johnson.
    We are going to be using a lot of players he knows in detail, and I'm sure he will go somewhere as a manager in the next two years.
    It's a total lottery, anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saxo1man41 View Post
    Ainsworth would be wierd for me having known him in his younger days..
    Where you in his band?

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    Quote Originally Posted by champs95 View Post
    Where you in his band?
    A bit tenuous.. he was the boyfriend of a female pal of my mine at the time.

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    I get the feeling with Ainsworth,he will be like nathan jones at luton.
    Went to a "apparently" big club in stoke and massively failed,went back to Luton and did a great job in keeping them up.
    I am not sure it would work with us and I am also thinking a promote from within with Johnson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saxo1man41 View Post
    A bit tenuous.. he was the boyfriend of a female pal of my mine at the time.
    She will've been FIT!! Hook me up Sax

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    Quote Originally Posted by champs95 View Post
    She will've been FIT!! Hook me up Sax
    Aye she weren't too shabby..!

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