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Old 13-02-2012, 16:59
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New Manager Summary Thread.

Given all of the threads about the various candidates for the manager position, I figured I'd try and pull it together to make it easier for people to navigate.

The greyed out names are one's that have (apparently) ruled themselves out.
(i) = Interview confirmed by media.

If you see interesting media Stories with pudits backing a particular candidate or pictures of people at Wolves - post them up here and I'll collate them.

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Latest betting updates here.

Here's the complete list of names that have been mentioned in realtion to the managers job, click a link it'll take to the relevant thread.

Top 5 Favorites (22nd Feb):

1. Lee Clark.
2. Gus Poyet.
3. (i) Steve Bruce.
4. Roy Keane.
5.

Others:

Michael Appleton.
Nigel Adkins.
Sam Allardyce.
Rafa Benitez.
Andre Villas-Boas.
Steve Bull.
Nigel Clough.
Jody Craddock.
Colin Cameron.
Steve Coppell.
Billy Davies.
Paulo Di Canio.
Alan Curbishley.
Stuart Baxter.
Darren Ferguson.
Dougie Freedman.
Ruel Fox.
Simon Grayson.
Avram Grant.
Ruud Gulliet.
Sven Goran Eriksson.
Ian Holloway.
Chris Hughton.
Paul Ince.
Paul Jewel.
Kevin Keegan.
Brian Laws.
Neil Lennon.
Paul Lambert.
Gary Mabbut.
Stuart McCall.
Gary McAllister.
Brian McDermot.
David Moyes.
Alex Rae.
Peter Reid.
Brendan Rodgers.
Karl Robinson.
Jamie Rednapp.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Teddy Sheringham.
Graham Souness.
Jean Tigana.
Gianluca Vialli.
Neil Warnock.
Ray Wilkins.
Gianfranco Zola.

Other Others:

Best name category.
Wolfgang Wolf. Managing Hansa Rostock in Bundesliga Div 2.
John De Wolf: Managing VV Sliedrecht in Holland.

Polls.
Molineux Mix: Our New shortlist Poll.
Molineux Mix: Poll: 'The we want... Poll'
Express & Star: Poll: Who should be the next Wolves Manager?.

External Views & Links:
BBC Sport: Wolves need experienced new boss says chief Jez Moxey.
Express & Star: Morgan admits Curbishly is a contender.
Express & Star: Ray Wilkins 'That would be lovely'.
Reading Chronicle: Reading silent over McDermot.
Express & Star: Online fans give thumbs down to Bruce.

Who's backing who?
Sky Sports News: Don Goodman Backs Ian Holloway.
Express & Star: Ron Atkinson backs Warnock and Strachen.
Express & Star: Bully would go for Big Sam.
Express & Star: Savage backs Bruce.

Related Threads:
The Thanks Mick Thread
Available Managers thread
Wolves keen to land Bruce

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Old 13-02-2012, 17:06
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Brilliant stuff San Fran - but where's Michael Appleton? The Pompey fans are raving about him and they're going into admin. They looked very organoised the other night against Blackpool and played some great stuff on the break.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Appleton

Who knows they may throw Greg Halford as a bonus.
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Old 13-02-2012, 17:08
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cant beleive nobody has mentioned KEVIN KEEGAN
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Old 13-02-2012, 17:10
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Brilliant stuff San Fran - but where's Michael Appleton? The Pompey fans are raving about him and they're going into admin. They looked very organoised the other night against Blackpool and played some great stuff on the break.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Appleton

Who knows they may throw Greg Halford as a bonus.
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cant beleive nobody has mentioned KEVIN KEEGAN
I've put Appleton on the list, Keegan is on there SouthBank_Bully
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Great thread, wil definitely be checking this thread out for the latest information rather than trawling through numerous threads.
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Sorry Sanfran only just got message
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I mentioned Neil Lennon in one of the threads......
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I mentioned Neil Lennon in one of the threads......
Added - post the link.
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Added - post the link.
http://www.molineuxmix.co.uk/vb/show...14#post1293714 post #49
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zola ?? not been mentioned anywhere ??
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Old 13-02-2012, 18:14
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stuart_Baxter
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Looks like were going for experience then,

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/17019094
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Old 13-02-2012, 18:17
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Well done SFW, good idea.
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Old 13-02-2012, 19:51
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I've split the list up - let me know who the top 5 favorites are and I'll keep them seperate.
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If you see any other fan 'Polls' out there let me know and I'll collate them here too.
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Old 13-02-2012, 20:33
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I've heard Ian Holloway being linked and an experienced manager with Liverpool connections is Graham Souness (not my choice but if he wants to come back into management I'm sure he would be contacting Morgan so worth considering).

I'd actually like to see a young exciting manager maybe someone like Di Canio with Wilkins or Curbishley as his No. 2. Even give Gary Neville a shot. He seems to know what he's talking about on Sky (even if he is a little dull). That said he would be a fool to turn down what could be the start of a good broadcasting career.
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Old 13-02-2012, 21:07
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I've heard Ian Holloway being linked and an experienced manager with Liverpool connections is Graham Souness (not my choice but if he wants to come back into management I'm sure he would be contacting Morgan so worth considering).

I'd actually like to see a young exciting manager maybe someone like Di Canio with Wilkins or Curbishley as his No. 2. Even give Gary Neville a shot. He seems to know what he's talking about on Sky (even if he is a little dull). That said he would be a fool to turn down what could be the start of a good broadcasting career.
I've added Holloway and Souness onto the list - thanks Super Ted.
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Old 13-02-2012, 21:19
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http://www.oddschecker.com/football/...manent-manager

Scroll down to the bottom if you want to know the best odds on Diego Maradona becoming the next Wolves manager!
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Old 14-02-2012, 07:24
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Looking at Oddschecker this morning it seems to be between Curbishley, Bruce, and Warnock, so Curbishley every time for me.
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Old 14-02-2012, 09:31
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Has anybody mentioned Alex Rae?

Did a really good job at Dundee a year or so ago and I'm sure he was restricted money wise because of administration?!

Fans live him, knows the clubs, seems the motivational type?
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Old 14-02-2012, 12:27
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Unequivocally Curbishley.

He has a strong record, he has proven he can do what we want him to do, but what puts him above the rest for me and bears similarity to why we appointed Mick, is that he has a point to prove. As the excellent 5 Live podcast outlined, time isn't on his side in regards spending much longer outside the game, it seems he has a lot to lose whereas, and I may be being unfair, I'm less convinced about the other realistic contender Steve Bruce.

Warnock, not in a million years, he's almost similar to Mick but minus the charm and intelligence. I lived in Huddersfield in the mid 90s and went to many a game when he was in charge there and had many Town supporting mates, it wasn't pretty on or off the pitch. Avoid like the plague.
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Old 14-02-2012, 15:11
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Thats fair enough about Warnock but you saw that in the 90s! Almost 20 years ago! Im sure he has changed a lot since then and he has got promoted to the Premiership twice which isn't bad going! Still not for me though, I agree.
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Has anybody mentioned Alex Rae?

Did a really good job at Dundee a year or so ago and I'm sure he was restricted money wise because of administration?!

Fans live him, knows the clubs, seems the motivational type?
was also at the game sunday
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Old 14-02-2012, 15:41
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Old 14-02-2012, 16:07
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I'm adding new names all the time - if you see pictures of any of them at Molineux can you post the links on here and I'll make a note that they're likely being interviewed for the position.
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Old 14-02-2012, 16:22
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Good shout.

I wanted him when MM was appointed. He'd always said he'd love to manage Wolves, but no PL experience.
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Old 14-02-2012, 16:23
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Phil Brown spotted in Asda this afternoon, weighing up a multibuy offer on Piz Buin.
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Old 14-02-2012, 16:46
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Phil Brown spotted in Asda this afternoon, weighing up a multibuy offer on Piz Buin.
That got me thinking about a Phil Brown Ian Holloway dream team, I doubt there could be a pairing worse than that...
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1 manager that hasn't been mentioned much is malkay Mackay at Cardiff, another very good young manager that would be a good signing.

I hope Moxey has already asked Norwich for perission to speak to Lambert, Can't see it really but would be good.
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Old 14-02-2012, 20:34
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Phil Brown spotted in Asda this afternoon, weighing up a multibuy offer on Piz Buin.
We never seem to get it right with foreign signings though.
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