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next manager - bigdavethemaddog - 24-11-2020

at it looks like JR is on his way then who is the next person in the hotseat?

promote from within? up and coming local coach/manager? does Alex fancy a go himself considering its the only job at the club he hasnt/doesnt already do?


RE: next manager - Andrew B - 24-11-2020

As I wrote on other thread, Steve Coterill. Did well at C********m, managed Championship Clubs. Been in bad health, now wants to get back into football. Must have quite a few contacts.
   Likes developing young players. If we could afford him/if he would be interested.


RE: next manager - Neil - 24-11-2020

Needs to be someone who the players are impressed by to keep them happy.


RE: next manager - Si Robin - 24-11-2020

If you're offering more money than Bath, you could do a lot worse than Jerry Gill. Relatively local and someone a lot of Robins fans were touting before Duff was appointed.


RE: next manager - Citygull - 24-11-2020

(24-11-2020, 12:22 PM)Neil Wrote:  Needs to be someone who the players are impressed by to keep them happy.
Agreed. And vice-versa: last thing we want is someone who starts rebuilding the team disrupting what they've achieved so far.  Having said that, Tim Flowers doesn't seem to have found a job since Macclesfield went belly up.  Assuming Daly Gunning and Carline (and anyone else who's played under him) approved, he's be a high profile appointment.

PS- it's official https://www.gloucestercityafc.com/news/james-rowe-leaves-gloucester-city/
Adie Mings and Tom Webb assisting!


RE: next manager - Kengreen - 24-11-2020

I believe Marc Richards and Chris Todd are on the shortlist.


RE: next manager - SHANDY LOVE MACHINE - 24-11-2020

I don't think Cotterill would ever come here. He'd think we were beneath him, and even if he saw this as a challenge why would he want to risk a reputation after having earned his stripes and secured higher level management. He would never want to tarnish his deity status at the Robins either.

Mark Yates, on the other hand, might be more interested


RE: next manager - Prorsum Semper - 24-11-2020

(24-11-2020, 12:58 PM)Si Robin Wrote:  If you're offering more money than Bath, you could do a lot worse than Jerry Gill.  Relatively local and someone a lot of Robins fans were touting before Duff was appointed.
Bath are second bottom, no thanks!!


RE: next manager - OldDirtyGlasses - 24-11-2020

Citygull Wrote:Agreed. And vice-versa: last thing we want is someone who starts rebuilding the team disrupting what they've achieved so far.  Having said that, Tim Flowers doesn't seem to have found a job since Macclesfield went belly up.  Assuming Daly Gunning and Carline (and anyone else who's played under him) approved, he's be a high profile appointment.

PS- it's official https://www.gloucestercityafc.com/news/james-rowe-leaves-gloucester-city/
Adie Mings and Tom Webb assisting!
Good shout with Tim Flowers, him & Jake Cole as a team- keepers union.
Mingsy again showing why he should be DoF.


RE: next manager - Prorsum Semper - 24-11-2020

No chance that Cotterill will come to City.
There must be a list of out of work managers somewhere?