Just read that Big Dunc is doing his coaching badges.
So If Moyes ever left in a few years how would you feel about Big Dunc being an Everton manager (even though I think Phil Neville is our guaranteed next manager)?
Charlie Percival, Posted 14/06/2011 at 02:47:40
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1 Posted 14/06/2011 at 20:17:07
2 Posted 14/06/2011 at 20:25:17
3 Posted 14/06/2011 at 20:27:44
4 Posted 14/06/2011 at 20:27:56
5 Posted 14/06/2011 at 20:33:47
Fisticuffs with players/other managers, etc., not to mention the media, it doesn't bear thinking about.
6 Posted 14/06/2011 at 20:39:30
7 Posted 14/06/2011 at 20:49:40
8 Posted 14/06/2011 at 21:46:58
9 Posted 14/06/2011 at 22:31:23
10 Posted 14/06/2011 at 22:59:37
"I'd love it just to have someone with a bit of character at the club."
Well, that Steve Round is one charismatic motherfucker.
11 Posted 15/06/2011 at 00:21:53
Nobberoni Mancini starts to run towards him...........
go figure how different that event would end up.......a Freud throttle, a McStay headbutt or an Ince highfland fling?
12 Posted 15/06/2011 at 01:03:45
13 Posted 15/06/2011 at 09:37:09
14 Posted 15/06/2011 at 11:37:24
Phil Neville, on the other hand, may succeed because he has been in company of big personalities at United; he is a winner, he has the respect of everyone or so I can see, conducts himself well and also because more often than not it's average or quite frankly shite footballers who make the best managers not glamourous footballers.
15 Posted 15/06/2011 at 11:44:11
Don't get me wrong, I love the guy but look at it honestly:
He'd have more touchline bans than Fergie, we'd go back to hoofball, we'd have the poorest disciplinary record in the league and we'd turn into another Stoke...
Sorry, love him to bits, but no thanks...
16 Posted 15/06/2011 at 11:54:25
And one thing's for sure, every player would be a committed Evertonian, or he wouldn't get picked.
One day maybe...
17 Posted 15/06/2011 at 12:16:52
Big Dunc, in his suit on the touchline, thinks ?ah fuck it, I?m getting ready?. He comes onto the pitch, scares the shit out of two cultured Spanish centre backs, and scores a hat-trick of bullet headers as we win 3-1.
However, at the trophy presentation, he head-buts some bald Italian sitting in UEFA?s VIP area and gets a two year touchline ban.
I reckon it would be great!
18 Posted 15/06/2011 at 13:31:45
My personnel favourite moment of his was when he threw Paul Ince to the ground. To this day I still have fond memories as I despised Ince more than almost any footballer alive.
19 Posted 15/06/2011 at 13:44:28
20 Posted 15/06/2011 at 13:48:41
21 Posted 15/06/2011 at 15:07:50
22 Posted 15/06/2011 at 19:02:33
The idea of him as a coach is absurd.
23 Posted 15/06/2011 at 20:46:55
24 Posted 15/06/2011 at 22:10:30
Put it one way, it would not be boring.
25 Posted 16/06/2011 at 08:11:11
26 Posted 16/06/2011 at 09:15:48
27 Posted 16/06/2011 at 09:46:33
Emlyn Hughes (just for the controversy!!)
And these are the ones frpm the top of my head ? I am sure there must be dozens more. A great player doesn't necessarily make a great manager...
28 Posted 16/06/2011 at 11:22:17
I mean surely the fact that they had long managerial careers would argue against that, would it not?
29 Posted 16/06/2011 at 13:20:25
Jack Charlton brought an average Ireland side to the world cup Quarter Finals - hardly a poor manager.
Steve Mink #23
Stop sitting on the fence; do you like him or nott?
30 Posted 16/06/2011 at 14:57:00
31 Posted 16/06/2011 at 20:46:25
32 Posted 16/06/2011 at 23:12:53
Imagine being a player under ferguson!? Going to old Trafford with NO fear, running through a brick wall fe him knowing that he'd throw you through one if you didn't!
No doubt that he would bring fight and determination...to look to the sidelines and see the great man...
That said, do u think he has the tactical awareness? Let's he honest, he played under Walter smith, (a young) moyes (tho some of u will ask whther he has changed!)
I would love this, and thank u for a great post, but I fear that he won't have the tactical know-all.
33 Posted 16/06/2011 at 23:21:07
34 Posted 17/06/2011 at 10:31:34
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