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Who would people like to see/not see considered or appointed?

 

For me, I'd like to see Phil Parkinson considered. Not an expert on Bradford, but he seems to be doing a very good job there. Promotion to League 1, got them to the cup final, and now they're around the play-offs in League 1.

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As VB said I wouldn't be surprised if Mike Phelan was to become our manager, especially with Peter Kenyon working away behind the scenes.

 

I've got a strange(bad) feeling that Alex McLeish will be a front runner.

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Di Matteo has tonight siad he would not mind managing outside the PL and with the Kenyon link he is I believe our next Manager

I could see this working as he at least wants to play the right way (didnt he follow Mogga at WBA)

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SkyBet

 

Tony Pulis 2/1

Nigel Clough 8/1

Karl Robinson 14/1

Alex McLeish 14/1

Martin O'Neill 14/1

Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink 16/1

Stuart Pearce 16/1

Gareth Southgate 16/1

Roberto Di Matteo 16/1

Paolo Di Canio 20/1

Nick Barmby 20/1

Phil Parkinson 25/1

Gary Megson 25/1

Roy Keane 25/1

Neil Warnock 25/1

Peter Reid 33/1

Alan Curbishley 33/1

Graeme Souness 33/1

Juninho 50/1

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