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Get Tony Pulis to help if serious about staying in the PL

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I agree with sgncfc, give Farke an assistant like Graeme Jones to work with. Daniel seems to have trouble getting the right players actually playing together but not his fault with Webbers purchases. If you don't have the correct tools the job becomes much harder to execute

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1 hour ago, sgncfc said:

 

Howe won't leave the south coast again.

I bet he would if some 'big' club offered him a massive contract.  Howe thinks very highly of himself (too highly IMHO) which is why he turned down Celtic.  I very much doubt he would come to NCFC.

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Too late.  Even if Pulis got us a 0-0 in every game (and let's face it, we'd take that right now) we'd still go down.

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Pullis?! Never! Looks like Newcastle are getting Unai Emery but if given the option of Pullis, i'd rather have **** Emery. Ooh you are awful.

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2 hours ago, spencer 1970 said:

Pullis?! Never! Looks like Newcastle are getting Unai Emery but if given the option of Pullis, i'd rather have **** Emery. Ooh you are awful.

The dream management team 

Emery, with Kinnear as assistant 

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“I think that season and working under Pulis helped me a lot, changed the way I approached the game, I realised I had to be a bit more aggressive.” Patrick Bamford.

“I can’t speak highly enough of Tony,” says Bamford “Working under Tony helped me a lot, it changed the way I approached the game and made me realise I had to be a lot more aggressive.” Patrick Bamford.

I think Pulis would help make Sargent a better player.

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Pulis also got the best out of Ben Gibson leading to his £15m sale to Burnley:

Gibson said: "You know what he brings - organisation and structure. He's pulled everyone together and galvanised the club if you like.

“He has everyone heading in the one direction and working hard for him, the club and for themselves. He's been great. You can speak with him but you certainly know who is boss and the work he demands. His methods are clear and the lads enjoy working for him.”

"we want to thank Ben, an absolutely fantastic professional," Pulis said "In the six months I've had at this football club he's as good a professional as I've ever worked with and I spoke to Sean Dyche and Dychey's got a real, top, top player."

 

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4 hours ago, Thingy said:

Pulis also got the best out of Ben Gibson leading to his £15m sale to Burnley:

Gibson said: "You know what he brings - organisation and structure. He's pulled everyone together and galvanised the club if you like.

“He has everyone heading in the one direction and working hard for him, the club and for themselves. He's been great. You can speak with him but you certainly know who is boss and the work he demands. His methods are clear and the lads enjoy working for him.”

"we want to thank Ben, an absolutely fantastic professional," Pulis said "In the six months I've had at this football club he's as good a professional as I've ever worked with and I spoke to Sean Dyche and Dychey's got a real, top, top player."

**** me, you've got to have taken a leave of your senses to suggest a manager who last led anyone to Premier League survival in 2016. His last job he didn't even last two months, and his job before that bottled it in the play offs and then couldn't even get into the play offs after that.

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As we are witnessing, a very different managerial approach is required when trying to survive in the Premier League with players who are physically and skillfully inferior to the opposition, than when we were twice promoted from the Championship with the most skillful squad of players.

We lack the defensive basics of organisation, discipline and structure. Pulis is synonymous with providing those to a team. He has had tough jobs and yet has never been relegated as a player, coach or manager.

 

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14 minutes ago, Thingy said:

As we are witnessing, a very different managerial approach is required when trying to survive in the Premier League with players who are physically and skillfully inferior to the opposition, than when we were twice promoted from the Championship with the most skillful squad of players.

We lack the defensive basics of organisation, discipline and structure. Pulis is synonymous with providing those to a team. He has had tough jobs and yet has never been relegated as a player, coach or manager.

 

Pulis has a track record but I’m not sure you’re being ambitious enough. I considered Ron Atkinson for a moment but then realised that John Beck is available and at just 67 clearly has a good few years left. If we could secure him and then install Dave Bassett and Joe Kinnear as advisers, there can be little doubt that we’d scrap, fight and show loads of passion. It’s a holy triumvirate. Delia won’t have the bottle though and will look for a cheap option. I’ve already told you it’s Russell Martin…

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I don’t want Pulis but I do agree we need a coach with better organisational skills and a bit more of a fighter. Neil puts it very well in his recent interview. The things Farke is good at getting his teams to do are not necessarily the things that are most important for a bottom half premier league team 

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Russell Martin wouldn't be a cheap option, we'd have to buy out his contract as well as his staff. But he wouldn't come anyway. Why should he? He's building up a reputation as a progressive coach for himself and Swansea look like they might be kicking on a bit now. They're a good club, perfect for him at the moment infact. He isn't going to want to come back here and have all the expectation and divided opinion he'd get from day one. He and Norwich are done and dusted, the twin testimonial with Wes was closure for both from both ends.

The job he'll really want is Brighton. If he continues to impress as does Potter, with the latter moving onwards and upwards in the next year to eighteen months, that's where Martin will end up. 

 

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On 02/11/2021 at 14:28, Jim Smith said:

Although they actually ended up with 24 points (I think) despite not winning a game til January so he actually got them going in the second half of the season. 

Despite not winning a game until January? So you support replacing a manager who hasn't won a game at the start of November with a manager who didn't win a game until January?

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