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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-11-05, 12:54 am

There have been claims that few would want the job at a club in crisis with no scope to make major signings to strengthen.
But that is not the case, with a number of managers in and out of jobs telling the Starsport that they want to take charge.
Former Sunderland boss Peter Reid, 61, would not hesitate to return.
He is currently assisting Paul Cook at promotion-chasing Wigan Athletic.
Former Sunderland striker Ally McCoist, 55, also wants it. He is a season ticket holder and was interviewed before Grayson was appointed.
And there are a host of other candidates, including former Rangers and Aston Villa boss Alex McLeish, 58, Southend’s Sunderland-supporting manager Phil Brown, 58, and Shrewsbury’s up-and-coming boss Paul Hurst, 43. Former Boro manager Aitor Karanka is also on the list.

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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-11-05, 12:55 am

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ALLY McCOIST tops Sunderland supremo Martin Bain’s hitlist of managerial targets. Ex-Black Cats striker McCoist has been out of management since being axed by Rangers in 2014. But he is chief exe…

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Post  gil t azell on 2017-11-05, 5:48 am

If Martin Bain gets his way and Ally fails surely Mr.Bain has to goas well.

Wouldnt be my 1st choice but if he gets it so be it.  Personally think we need a complete pscyho over there who can take control of the players.
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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-11-05, 8:26 am

gil t azell wrote:If Martin Bain gets his way and Ally fails surely Mr.Bain has to goas well.

Wouldnt be my 1st choice but if he gets it so be it.  Personally think we need a complete pscyho over there who can take control of the players.
What is Stuart Pearce doing these days?

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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-11-05, 11:11 am

Looking more and more like Mr McCoist

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Post  paddocklad on 2017-11-05, 11:26 am

Huge gamble no English football management experience never mind fizzy pop football, he last rangers when the going got tough and they started to play better teams, Pearson for me, don't like him that much as a person but would deffo sort out our shower of s***e
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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-11-05, 11:30 am

paddocklad wrote:Huge gamble no English football management experience never mind fizzy pop football, he last rangers when the going got tough and they started to play better teams, Pearson for me, don't like him that much as a person but would deffo sort out our shower of s***e
McCoist does not inspire me and surely we have learned that risks dont work for us.

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Post  gil t azell on 2017-11-05, 11:49 am

paddocklad wrote:Huge gamble no English football management experience never mind fizzy pop football, he last rangers when the going got tough and they started to play better teams, Pearson for me, don't like him that much as a person but would deffo sort out our shower of s***e

Good shout paddock. Horrible bloke but would take no crap from the shower of sh*te currently purporting to be footballers over there.
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