Up and coming young managers - Still unproven

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Up and coming young managers - Still unproven

1.Paul Lambert
1
7%
2.Neil Lennon
0
No votes
3.Roberto Martinez
4
29%
5.Paul Ince
0
No votes
6.Eddie Howe
0
No votes
7.Paulo Sousa
4
29%
8.Roberto Di Matteo
4
29%
9.Stephen Pressley
0
No votes
10.Others
1
7%
 
Total votes : 14

Postby RED BEERGOGGLES » Tue Apr 13, 2010 4:53 pm

I reckon out of the ten I have picked at least one or two deserve to be tested on a bigger stage  ,whether they will or not remains to be seen ,as it is growing evermore apparent not many  Big clubs are willing to take a chance on untried managerial talent

There are the obvious names that stand out such as Di Matteo and Paul Ince ,but if I had to take a punt I would pick Paul Lambert from the options available he has his Norwich side playing with panache and they are currently  the most formidable team in their league and sit 8 points clear,I also like the look of the Swansea team under Paulo Sousa who also play vibrant football the way it should be played

So who in your opinion merits a seat at the top table ,who deserves a chance at transforming a Premier team  ???

Seems I have omitted No.4 by mistake
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Postby Dundalk » Tue Apr 13, 2010 7:14 pm

Di Matteo


He left the game after finishing his playing career and studying coaching and got his badges, them came back and started near the bottom and made his way up - unlike some who just jump in at the front like Zola
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Postby Igor Zidane » Tue Apr 13, 2010 8:45 pm

Like Martinez myself . Likes playing good football and has served his apprentiship well at Swansea and wigan .
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Postby LFC2007 » Tue Apr 13, 2010 9:23 pm

I can see Paulo Sousa going right to the top. I've only seen Swansea play a couple of times but one of those was against Newcastle, which they drew but dominated and just about deserved to win. They don't have very good players tbh, but they work hard and are tough to break down and that's the most effective strategy in those circumstances. Their defensive record this season is astonishingly good and that to me is a sign of a good manager. Consider too that he's had a lot of experience playing under two of the best managers in Europe (Lippi and Hitzfeld) and takes advice from Mourinho. And he speaks like he has a detailed understanding of the game.
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Postby RED BEERGOGGLES » Tue Apr 13, 2010 11:44 pm

LFC2007 wrote:I can see Paulo Sousa going right to the top. I've only seen Swansea play a couple of times but one of those was against Newcastle, which they drew but dominated and just about deserved to win. They don't have very good players tbh, but they work hard and are tough to break down and that's the most effective strategy in those circumstances. Their defensive record this season is astonishingly good and that to me is a sign of a good manager. Consider too that he's had a lot of experience playing under two of the best managers in Europe (Lippi and Hitzfeld) and takes advice from Mourinho. And he speaks like he has a detailed understanding of the game.

A good assessment mate ,I thought they played like an efficient unit against Newcastle ,Sousa seems to have that air of arrogance which all great managers seem to possess ,not actually a bad thing when its what sets you apart from the rest ,plus he was a special player
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Postby NANNY RED » Wed Apr 14, 2010 1:06 am

David Moyes is youngish
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Postby Roger Red Hat » Wed Apr 14, 2010 10:01 am

Paul Jewell - I can still see him as Liverpool manager within the next 20 years
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Postby SouthCoastShankly » Wed Apr 14, 2010 10:32 am

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Postby DaMo » Wed Apr 14, 2010 7:25 pm

Voted for Paulo Sousa from that list, but I reckon Nigel Pearson might be worth an honourable mention of some sort. I thought he did well to get Leicester City out of League One at the first time of asking, and with them currently sitting in a play-off spot, back-to-back promotions could be on the cards.
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Postby Greavesie » Wed Apr 14, 2010 10:54 pm

NANNY RED wrote:David Moyes is youngish

yeh but he's also tw@tish
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Postby maypaxvobiscum » Thu Apr 15, 2010 12:11 pm

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