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13 Nov 2017 21:21:22
Can't believe some people want big Eck back in. Seems like a lovely guy but he inherited a decent team and did ok. Have you ever heard him talk. He can hardly string a sentence together. How could he possibly inspire a team to play above themselves. By all accounts his training methods leave a lot to be desired as well. Tactically no clue. 🙈.

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13 Nov 2017 22:37:57
I don't know if big eck is the best manager out there for us but bloody hell "don't know how he could inspire players? " He managed to inspire players last time, he managed to inspire the Scotland team when he managed them. How on earth would you know what his training methods were like? You best pals with former players?

14 Nov 2017 07:41:08
I tend to agree with blue teach I’m not saying he couldn’t inspire the players but when he is doing the tv analysis he is incoherent and all over the place. This may be a bit of nerves but I truly believe we need a manager who can actually coach players to play better, more consistent football. Michael O’Neill for me is similar to McInnes, both have achieved very little in the game and both represent a risk of failure as with any appointment. My preference would be Gio van Bronckhorst, but I think he would need a transfer kitty to be tempted and wouldn’t come until next summer.

14 Nov 2017 10:14:25
Big Eck would have had the job before Pedro but turned up to the interview pissed! Yes the man is Rangers but he is an alky and not right for the job.

14 Nov 2017 10:15:55
Wee_bear

Think anyone taking the job would want a transfer kitty otherwise it’s only going to end up one way

14 Nov 2017 13:03:39
blue berry listen mate he didn't inspire anyone last time he inherritted a great team and within a few season he had us finnishing third so naw he can't and walter smith done the hard work at scotland before eck ruined us again

14 Nov 2017 13:10:10
Agreed sparky but Gio would want a bigger budget than say a McInnes or an O’Neill I think as he would want to spend to compete on a European level and in doing so enhance his reputation further. McInnes would just be looking to be best of the rest I think. (Where we are now)

14 Nov 2017 21:41:32
McLeish didn't motivate/ inspire? Eh? The treble, that 3-2 cup final win against Celtic, last 16 of champions league? Not saying he's the answer to all our problems but he'd have been better than the loafman and pedro.







 

 

 
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