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    Benitez sacked...

    Should we be concerned? Have to admit...I am.

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    Nah, Rooneys got too much class, he's already shown in his first managerial job more class than other managers when clubs came calling, don't let me down now Wayne

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    Has he got the required coaching badges?

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    Doesn't he negate the need for badges if he has a qualified assistance?
    Don't see him going now, not so confident in the summer though.

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    He doesn’t need the required badges to work in tandem with Duncan Ferguson who does have them.
    Imagine he could be appointed at some joint level and work towards them for next season.
    Can’t imagine Everton’s players being quite so neglectful in terms of effort with Ferguson and Rooney to answer to and, unlike Benitez, they would have the backing of the fans.
    Hope it doesn’t happen and the return of Martinez appears to seem slightly more likely, but it’s a concern and I didn’t expect to say that this time last season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ramAnag View Post
    He doesnít need the required badges to work in tandem with Duncan Ferguson who does have them.
    Imagine he could be appointed at some joint level and work towards them for next season.
    Canít imagine Evertonís players being quite so neglectful in terms of effort with Ferguson and Rooney to answer to and, unlike Benitez, they would have the backing of the fans.
    Hope it doesnít happen and the return of Martinez appears to seem slightly more likely, but itís a concern and I didnít expect to say that this time last season.
    That is OK for the championship, I believe unless someone can say otherwise that the requirements are much stricter in the prem. Yes Rooney could join as a coach, but could not be manager without the required coaching qualifications, so Ferguson would have to be manager, so don't see Rooney going for that.

    According to the rules one needs to hold the FA Level 5 (UEFA Pro) qualification to be a manager in the prem league, I'm certain Rooney doesn't ahve that qualification. I can find no indication that a manager without it would be allowed to become a manager as long as he had an assistant with the qualification.

    Not that I see Everton making the appointment anyway, it would be a big risk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by swaledale View Post
    That is OK for the championship, I believe unless someone can say otherwise that the requirements are much stricter in the prem. Yes Rooney could join as a coach, but could not be manager without the required coaching qualifications, so Ferguson would have to be manager, so don't see Rooney going for that.

    According to the rules one needs to hold the FA Level 5 (UEFA Pro) qualification to be a manager in the prem league, I'm certain Rooney doesn't ahve that qualification. I can find no indication that a manager without it would be allowed to become a manager as long as he had an assistant with the qualification.

    Not that I see Everton making the appointment anyway, it would be a big risk.
    Would imagine it would depend on how it’s ‘sold’ to Rooney.
    I really hope you’re right...but given that Everton appear to have become synonymous with spending and appointment ‘risk’ I doubt that last aspect is a factor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swaledale View Post
    That is OK for the championship, I believe unless someone can say otherwise that the requirements are much stricter in the prem. Yes Rooney could join as a coach, but could not be manager without the required coaching qualifications, so Ferguson would have to be manager, so don't see Rooney going for that.

    According to the rules one needs to hold the FA Level 5 (UEFA Pro) qualification to be a manager in the prem league, I'm certain Rooney doesn't ahve that qualification. I can find no indication that a manager without it would be allowed to become a manager as long as he had an assistant with the qualification.

    Not that I see Everton making the appointment anyway, it would be a big risk.
    I don't understand why these rules are in place, it's not like an unqualified coach is putting someone's life at risk. It's a form of discrimination

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramshank72 View Post
    I don't understand why these rules are in place, it's not like an unqualified coach is putting someone's life at risk. It's a form of discrimination
    Whether it makes sense for someone of Rooney’s vast playing ability and experience to have to gain additional certification is certainly debatable. One thing it equally certainly isn’t though is ‘discrimination’.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramshank72 View Post
    I don't understand why these rules are in place, it's not like an unqualified coach is putting someone's life at risk. It's a form of discrimination
    To protect players. Unqualified coaches can come up with sessions that are detrimental to a player. Pushing them too far.

    The role of a Manager these days isn't just on the pitch either. The "higher" qualifications include business and accounting parts to help a gaffer understand that side of the job. They include man management as well and other things FIFA, UEFA and the FA find important for the physical and mental well being of players.

    It's not discrimination.

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