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Grayson appointed Leeds manager

Discussion in 'Molineux Mix Archive' started by cannockwolves, Dec 23, 2008.

  1. cannockwolves

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  2. sy king

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    shut that door.....
     
  3. wolvesman

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    Apricot Lil and Slack Alice as assistants perhaps.
     
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  5. haden-wolf

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    Everard will be defensive coach! One for the teenagers this thread eh
     
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    Will certainly stiffen them up at the back.

    Or something like that. :rolleyes:
     
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    Great news, I hope now that Leeds can get some consistency and really push on into establishing themselves as a mid-table League 1 outfit.
     
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    just shows how much grayson thinks of himself , dropping down a division , he'll be out of a job come may !
     
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    If you were managing a below average Championship side and knew you had no funds to take them to the next level and league 1 side Wolves offered you the job to be their manager im assuming you would not take it then?
     
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    not being funny mate but leeds utd are hardly big spenders these days , they might be a massive name but they're no better than blackpool playing wise
     
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    They don't need to be big spenders, they're in League One with a squad good enough for the bottom half of the Championship.

    Leeds are an infinitely bigger club than Blackpool, it's not difficult to see which one will be higher in the Football League in three years. In 1999, Bradford got promoted to the Premier League while Man City scraped into the playoffs in Division Two (as was). Which one was the bigger club?
     
  12. haden-wolf

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    cannock, in answer to your question

    I think in this case it might, he did a good job for them and got a fair amount out of some fairly ordinary players with no money. He'd been there a while i think so hopefully we catch them still in the unsettled phase
     
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    But you still didnt answer my question.
     
  14. sy king

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    you want the truth... you cant handle the truth.............
     
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    "When the opportunity came to come here I couldn't wait to be involved as quickly as possible," Grayson told the Leeds website.

    It's a massive club and close to my heart, having played here before and supporting the club. The size and the ambition is obviously an attraction as well.

    I had a great time at Blackpool. I had a great rapport with the fans and the board. I certainly wouldn't have dropped down a division for any other club and I feel this is the next stage of my managerial career.

    I know there is an expectancy level and it's a challenge I'm looking forward to."
     

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