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West Brom sack Darren Moore

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They haven't looked automatic for a while so why wait until now. Ten games left and they still have a chance, slim but a chance. And play offs look good. Just a panic decision.

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Losing consecutive games to sheff utd and then being battered by leeds not only showed that they werent good enough for top 2 but that he wasnt good enough to outwit a fellow top team...which is what they'll be facing in the playoffs.

 

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If they go and appoint someone like Jokanovic and he has a 10 game run up ro prepare for the playoffs ...and win them , its could prove the correct thing to do.

 The board clearly dont trust Moore to negotiate them through a playoff situation. 

   Theyve just done what we did when we replaced Adams with Neil...just 2 months later

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Apparently Jokanovic is the frontrunner for the job. Ranieri has just got the Roma job. It just seems that the same merry go round will inevitably prevent new managers/coaches like DF and Alex Neill coming into the game.

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6 hours ago, keelansgrandad said:

Apparently Jokanovic is the frontrunner for the job. Ranieri has just got the Roma job. It just seems that the same merry go round will inevitably prevent new managers/coaches like DF and Alex Neill coming into the game.

Funnily enough, I just thought that it would be a great job for AN, who has once again shown that he is a good manager at PNE!

(And has at last shown that he has learnt how to keep a clean sheet!)

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2 hours ago, Badger said:

Funnily enough, I just thought that it would be a great job for AN, who has once again shown that he is a good manager at PNE!

(And has at last shown that he has learnt how to keep a clean sheet!)

... has he learnt not to spend a fortune on aging journeymen looking for a final pay day. 😉 (wait for it)

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11 hours ago, splendidrush said:

... has he learnt not to spend a fortune on aging journeymen looking for a final pay day. 😉 (wait for it)

Fair point - his transfers weren't always great either! I am firmly in favour of a DOF model with a longer-view look at purchases.

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51 minutes ago, Badger said:

Fair point - his transfers weren't always great either! I am firmly in favour of a DOF model with a longer-view look at purchases.

'Weren't always great' is kind.

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4 hours ago, king canary said:

'Weren't always great' is kind.

Don't know the recruitment structure at Preston but this season in particular AN seems to have done well

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19 hours ago, hogesar said:

Don't know the recruitment structure at Preston but this season in particular AN seems to have done well

You're right hoggy.

PNE/AN just missed out on the play-offs last season and I reckon there's a good chance they'll be there or thereabouts again in 10 games time

 

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19 hours ago, hogesar said:

Don't know the recruitment structure at Preston but this season in particular AN seems to have done well

Yes, but doesn't change his transfer record here.

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22 minutes ago, king canary said:

Yes, but doesn't change his transfer record here.

Does he work with a football ' Board ' at PNE similar to what he had here ?

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