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Poyet in talks with Sunderland!

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We have a good manager who will lead us to a mid-table finish this season, above Sunderland in the league, and so it means absolutely nothing to us.

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I can just imagine the Sunderland lads thinking "great! That facist twunt has gone! Now i can go eat my chicken Parmos with ketchup and get down the casino!"

Poyet walks through the door...

"ah noo! The new guy''s just as mad!"

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[quote user="im spartacus"]whats steve tilson up to nowadays ? [/quote][:D]

 

I think he may just about be in work but Mike Newell''s probably free...

 

 

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Be an incredibly bad mvoe for Poyet imo. Whilst I havent seen to much of what Di canio brought into at Sunderland, but there is some serious question marks over his transfers.

(Out... Brambe, Elmohamady, Graham, Kigallon, Mignolet, McClean, N''Diaye, Sessegnon)

(In Altidore, El-Hadji Ba, Borini, Cabral, Celustka, Dossena, Diakite, Giaccherini, M''rg Karlsson, Sung-yueng, Mannone, Mavrias, Roberge, Watmore )

U would argue that... Larsson, Fletcher, Johnson, as only three capable of getting in to most sides.

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Based on this quote from football365 it could be bad for Sunderland

 

"What''s unacceptable is that the manager makes fun of players. I''ve seen things here that I have never seen in my career."

Another quote from a Sunderland player outraged by Paolo Di Canio''s destructive form of man-management? No, that was Brighton winger Vicente on former boss Gus Poyet, who leads the running to be Di Canio''s replacement at Sunderland

 

 

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Hard to tell. He may get them going but have heard he''s a bit of an ego maniac and if you look at his managerial record he''s never actually achieved anything of note so I would say quite a risky appointment for them.

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Not sure but wasn''t Poyet involved in the steaming pile of sh*t which was found by Palace when they entered the Brighton away dressing room prior to the play-off second-leg - right in the middle of the floor. Wonder can only speculate on what type of regime he was running down on the South-Coast for these type of incidents to occur.

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[quote user="FleckMillwall"]Not sure but wasn''t Poyet involved in the steaming pile of sh*t which was found by Palace when they entered the Brighton away dressing room prior to the play-off second-leg - right in the middle of the floor. Wonder can only speculate on what type of regime he was running down on the South-Coast for these type of incidents to occur.[/quote]

Makes you wonder just why Brighton sacked him and not the culprit....

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There''s so many decent British managers in the lower leagues. Why is a Uruguayan with an average managerial record and a bad disciplinary record one of the favourites? What has he done to merit this?

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[quote user="Jonzey"]There''s so many decent British managers in the lower leagues. Why is a Uruguayan with an average managerial record and a bad disciplinary record one of the favourites? What has he done to merit this?[/quote]

Totally agree mate. One of those names people with limited knowledge throw around as though he is the messiah and the answer to all of our problems....

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