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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-05-23, 12:44 pm

Sky Bet next Sunderland manager
Nigel Pearson 5/2
Kevin Phillips 4/1
Roy Keane 5/1
Aitor Karank 7/1
Derek McInnes 8/1
Slavisa Jokanovic 9/1
Alan Pardew 10/1
Carlos Carvahal 10/1
Claudio Ranieri7 12/1
Garry Monk 12/1
Kevin Ball 12/1
Ryan Giggs 12/1
Stefan Schwarz 12/1
Ally McCoist 16/1
Sean Dyche 18/1
Steve McClaren 18/1
Paul Bracewell 20/1
Paul Lambert 20/1
Phil Neville 20/1
Simon Grayson 20/1
Phil Brown 22/1
Alex Neil 25/1
David Wagner 25/1
John O'Shea 25/1
Mick McCarthy 25/1
Robbie Stockdale 25/1
Roy Hodgson 25/1
Paul Heckingbottom 33/1
Uwe Rosler 33/1
Aidy Boothroyd 40/1
Brendan Rodgers 40/1
Chris Coleman 40/1
Chris Wilder 40/1
Jaap Stam 40/1
Lee Cattermole 40/1
Martin O'Neill 40/1
Patrick Vieira 40/1
Peter Reid 40/1
Roberto Di Matteo 40/1
Steve Bould 40/1
Titus Brambles 66/1


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Post  Kipper on 2017-05-23, 12:57 pm

cyprussyd wrote:Sky Bet next Sunderland manager
Nigel Pearson 5/2
Kevin Phillips 4/1
Roy Keane 5/1
Aitor Karank 7/1
Derek McInnes 8/1
Slavisa Jokanovic 9/1
Alan Pardew 10/1
Carlos Carvahal 10/1
Claudio Ranieri7 12/1
Garry Monk 12/1
Kevin Ball 12/1
Ryan Giggs 12/1
Stefan Schwarz 12/1
Ally McCoist 16/1
Sean Dyche 18/1
Steve McClaren 18/1
Paul Bracewell 20/1
Paul Lambert 20/1
Phil Neville 20/1
Simon Grayson 20/1
Phil Brown 22/1
Alex Neil 25/1
David Wagner 25/1
John O'Shea 25/1
Mick McCarthy 25/1
Robbie Stockdale 25/1
Roy Hodgson 25/1
Paul Heckingbottom 33/1
Uwe Rosler 33/1
Aidy Boothroyd 40/1
Brendan Rodgers 40/1
Chris Coleman 40/1
Chris Wilder 40/1
Jaap Stam 40/1
Lee Cattermole 40/1
Martin O'Neill 40/1
Patrick Vieira 40/1
Peter Reid 40/1
Roberto Di Matteo 40/1
Steve Bould 40/1
Titus Brambles 66/1

No Di Canio?

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Post  Silvers on 2017-05-23, 1:04 pm

ah, but that would mean Shorty having to pay 2 salaries!   Winnit happen....   Very Happy
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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-05-23, 1:30 pm

Former Bristol City boss Steve Cotterill is under consideration for the managerial vacancies at Sunderland and Watford, HITC Sport understands.

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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-05-23, 1:50 pm

Former Scotland boss Walter Smith is advising Sunderland in their search for David Moyes’ replacement.

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Post  Kipper on 2017-05-23, 2:21 pm

cyprussyd wrote:Former Scotland boss Walter Smith is advising Sunderland in their search for David Moyes’ replacement.

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Walter Smith it is then! Wasn't Howard Wilkinson asked for advice on our managerial vacancy once?
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Post  gil t azell on 2017-05-23, 8:01 pm

Kipper wrote:
cyprussyd wrote:Former Scotland boss Walter Smith is advising Sunderland in their search for David Moyes’ replacement.

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Walter Smith it is then! Wasn't Howard Wilkinson asked for advice on our managerial vacancy once?
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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-05-23, 10:11 pm

Kevin Phillips is desperate to kick off his managerial career at Sunderland.
The local legend reckons he is ready for a crack at being a boss by succeeding David Moyes at the relegated Black Cats.
Phillips would be hugely popular at the Stadium of Light after his goal-scoring heroics for the club as a player when he won the Premier League Golden Boot in 1999-2000 – the last Englishman to win it before Harry Kane.


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Post  Nostalgic on 2017-05-23, 10:47 pm

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Post  Rovertsafc on 2017-05-24, 12:56 pm

How about Phillips and Schwarz together,both know the club young and ambitious
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cyprussyd wrote:Sky Bet next Sunderland manager
Nigel Pearson 5/2
Kevin Phillips 4/1
Roy Keane 5/1
Aitor Karank 7/1
Derek McInnes 8/1
Slavisa Jokanovic 9/1
Alan Pardew 10/1
Carlos Carvahal 10/1
Claudio Ranieri7 12/1
Garry Monk 12/1
Kevin Ball 12/1
Ryan Giggs 12/1
Stefan Schwarz 12/1
Ally McCoist 16/1
Sean Dyche 18/1
Steve McClaren 18/1
Paul Bracewell 20/1
Paul Lambert 20/1
Phil Neville 20/1
Simon Grayson 20/1
Phil Brown 22/1
Alex Neil 25/1
David Wagner 25/1
John O'Shea 25/1
Mick McCarthy 25/1
Robbie Stockdale 25/1
Roy Hodgson 25/1
Paul Heckingbottom 33/1
Uwe Rosler 33/1
Aidy Boothroyd 40/1
Brendan Rodgers 40/1
Chris Coleman 40/1
Chris Wilder 40/1
Jaap Stam 40/1
Lee Cattermole 40/1
Martin O'Neill 40/1
Patrick Vieira 40/1
Peter Reid 40/1
Roberto Di Matteo 40/1
Steve Bould 40/1
Titus Brambles 66/1
MCInnes now the favourite for the job,probably the scottish connection with Smith and Rangers
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Post  Sid MCFC on 2017-05-24, 3:22 pm

Please, please, please. Don't get Ryan Giggs No
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Sid MCFC wrote:Please, please, please. Don't get Ryan Giggs No
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Rovertsafc wrote:How about Phillips and Schwarz together,both know the club young and ambitious
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Post  Lever Malone on 2017-05-24, 4:22 pm

Sid MCFC wrote:Please, please, please. Don't get Ryan Giggs No

Why Sid? Is it because you want him as the next Man C manager?   Razz
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Post  Sid MCFC on 2017-05-24, 4:29 pm

Lever Malone wrote:
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Why Sid? Is it because you want him as the next Man C manager?   Razz
OMG affraid

It would save me £900 a year though !!
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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-05-24, 7:04 pm

Derek McInnes 8/1 wrote:
MCInnes now the favourite for the job,probably the scottish connection with Smith and Rangers

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Post  Hieronymus on 2017-05-24, 7:09 pm

Rovertsafc wrote:How about Phillips and Schwarz together,both know the club young and ambitious
This is in the Evening Chronicle tonight. I loved Schwartz when he played for us, and I know he really loved us. Might be a good option?

Sunderland hero Stefan Schwarz interested in vacant manager's job as search goes on for new boss

Former Sweden star Stefan Schwarz is keen on a return to Wearside as Sunderland search for a successor to David Moyes


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David Moyes’ resignation has left Sunderland searching for their eighth manager in less than six years, with the club’s post-war record goalscorer Kevin Phillips, and former Leicester boss Nigel Pearson, currently favourites with the bookies.
But Phillips’ former [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] teammate Schwarz, who is remembered fondly by Black Cats fans as a member of the side that secured back-to-back seventh-place finishes under Peter Reid in 2000 and 2001, is also interested in the role.
“I spent four very good years at Sunderland and it is a club that I care very much for,” said the 48-year-old who is now based in Portugal, but was a guest at the Black Cats’ final two home games of the season.
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3 Nov 2001: Muzzy Izzet of Leicester challenged by Stefan Schwarz of Sunderland  (Photo: Allsport) 

“I have played for some very big clubs in Europe and won a lot of trophies, but my time at Sunderland is right up there with any of those.
“I think I understand the mentality of the Sunderland fans, and the culture of the area.
“Sunderland teams have to have an identity, and the players need to know their duties and responsibilities to each other.
“I also know how to work with players from many different cultures, which is important in the modern game.
“Of course if the chance came to manage Sunderland, I would be very interested.”
The former Sweden international is hugely experienced as a player, having played in four of the continent’s Big Five leagues - with Sunderland and Arsenal in the Premier League, Valencia in Spain’s La Liga, Fiorentina in Italy’s Serie A, and Bayer Leverkusen in Germany’s Bundesliga - and having represented his country in two World Cups, helping them to a third-place finish in the USA in 1994.
He also speaks six languages and has contacts across Europe after working as an agent in Portugal.
As for coaching experience, he holds a FIFA Pro Licence and has previously worked in his homeland as assistant manager of Helsingborg, and as a mentor to Sweden’s U21 side, before working as an agent in Portugal.
During Schwarz’s spell with Helsingborg, they entertained Sunderland in a pre-season friendly in 2012 with Martin O’Neill’s Black Cats suffering a 2-0 defeat.
Helsingborg also played in the Champions League qualifying play-offs that year, losing out to Celtic.

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Post  gil t azell on 2017-05-24, 7:15 pm

Surely not McInnes.

Schwartz wouldnt be my 1st choice but hey if he gets it he will have my backing.
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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-05-24, 7:56 pm

NIGEL PEARSON could find himself at the centre of a North-East tug of war between Middlesbrough and Sunderland.
SunSport understands Boro chairman Steve Gibson is seriously considering his former club captain for the Riverside hotseat.


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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-05-24, 8:36 pm

Starting to quite fancy a Pearson Philips combo.

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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-05-25, 10:31 am

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

Paul Lambert



The Echo understands another Scot, Paul Lambert, is on Sunderland's radar. The 47-year-old is still in situ at Wolves but is believed to be unhappy about transfer interference and is set to leave this summer.

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cyprussyd wrote:NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

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The Echo understands another Scot, Paul Lambert, is on Sunderland's radar. The 47-year-old is still in situ at Wolves but is believed to be unhappy about transfer interference and is set to leave this summer.

He did very well for us but did bugger all before or since. Best avoided I think! like

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