So who's in the mix for next WFC manager?

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Re: So who's in the mix for next WFC manager?

Postby Stoney Ground » Sat May 11, 2019 10:32 am

attic wrote:My lords, Tim Fuell hosting that show too. He was the Yeading fan who used to lurk on our old mailing list. Built him a PC in the late 90s. Was an Intel Pentium 200mhz classic with 32mb RAM. Cost an arm and a leg too. You need more spec than that to type a single letter these days!

Still have the job sheet. Nothing to do with rain manism...


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Re: So who's in the mix for next WFC manager?

Postby Windermere Bore » Sat May 11, 2019 10:43 am

Dean Brennan was one of the few players I regarded as a basketcase. Prone to genuinely losing his rag, without good reason, in situations that damaged the team. It was like he's from Crumlin. Maybe he's matured. Most young hotheads grow out of that.
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Re: So who's in the mix for next WFC manager?

Postby Dave Reader » Sat May 11, 2019 10:52 am

Stoney Ground wrote:
attic wrote:My lords, Tim Fuell hosting that show too. He was the Yeading fan who used to lurk on our old mailing list. Built him a PC in the late 90s. Was an Intel Pentium 200mhz classic with 32mb RAM. Cost an arm and a leg too. You need more spec than that to type a single letter these days!

Still have the job sheet. Nothing to do with rain manism...


You need to get out more, stoatism at it’s finest

Brilliant.....LOl
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Re: So who's in the mix for next WFC manager?

Postby BornundertheElmslie » Sat May 11, 2019 11:40 am

Stoney Ground wrote:Interesting insight to Dean Brennan, worth a listen.

https://audioboom.com/posts/7257048-10t ... ners-but-l


Blimey. It does give a different perspective on his situation. Fair play to him for being so honest, it goes to show how perceptions from the outside can be so wrong.
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Re: So who's in the mix for next WFC manager?

Postby Elmslie Ender » Sat May 11, 2019 11:56 am

BornundertheElmslie wrote:
Stoney Ground wrote:Interesting insight to Dean Brennan, worth a listen.

https://audioboom.com/posts/7257048-10t ... ners-but-l


Blimey. It does give a different perspective on his situation. Fair play to him for being so honest, it goes to show how perceptions from the outside can be so wrong.


Does put a different perspective on it for sure. He does live in Newark, Notts, I think. Not sure how that works, but obviously did at Hemel.
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Re: So who's in the mix for next WFC manager?

Postby attic » Sat May 11, 2019 2:12 pm

Do we really want a manager who's probably further away than BW? Surely there are decent candidates from within a 30 mile radius?

If we're going to go longer distance then Kevin Wilkin is surely on the radar? He'd probably want a 7-8k budget tho. Obviously the issues with managers from afar is their pool of contacts.
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Re: So who's in the mix for next WFC manager?

Postby Waltons Left Boot » Sat May 11, 2019 5:40 pm

Tim Fuell......Now there's a name I haven't heard in a long time.
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Re: So who's in the mix for next WFC manager?

Postby craigw87 » Sun May 12, 2019 7:38 am

craigw87 wrote:Rod Stringer? Steve King? Ian Allinson? Gary Waddock? No idea what their contract situation is although the latter is currently out of work.

Can't personally see GW dropping down to NLS level.


As i put in the other thread here are some names i've thought of.


Anthony Gale
Luke Tuffs
Dean Brennan
Neil Baker/John Underwood- Slough Joint bosses
Drax Hippolyte
Steve Conroy
Nikki Bull
Lee Allinson


Thought of two other names as well. Brad Quinton ex Braintree and Enfield boss
Kevin Wilkin of Brackley. Turned down the job in 2017, would we go back for a 2nd time to get him?
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Re: So who's in the mix for next WFC manager?

Postby The Guvnor » Sun May 12, 2019 9:29 am

Now that I've had a bit of time to look around to see who I'd fancy I would go for Gary Waddock whilst he's available. West London boy, very experienced manager and knows the National League. Of course he may not be interested but I would be trying to put as an attractive package as possible to him to test his resolve. He's also been used to working with average budgets at Aldershot from what I understand so wouldn't be expecting the world. If I was chairman that would be my number 1 target.
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Re: So who's in the mix for next WFC manager?

Postby charlie » Sun May 12, 2019 10:32 am

What not frequent visitor and West London old boy... Alan Devonshire
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