Who would you like to be the New England Football Manager and why?
It's a pity Fabio resigned. I personally think the Judge should have brought John Terry's case forward - that way, every one would know where John Terry stood and Fabio would have never resigned.
It has to be Harry Redknapp. He's a top manager and currently leading Tottenham to a 3rd place finish. He has great experience and he's a great character and he's English.
I too think JT's case should be settled before the tournament starts. If it was a non-footballer the case would probably be settled in a month or two, not the best part of a year.
I also have mixed feelings about Cappelo's reign as England manager. He did well for the most part but he's part responsible for the woeful World Cup where the whole England team just disappointed everyone (except the German's and French, lol)
Harry R, I disagree about Terry, he is a useless captain and should never have been given the job back last time. It's about time Capello went, he is useless as well.
Harry Redknapp, no dout. He's done wonders with teams such as portsmouth and Tottenham and I think is ready to lead the national side. Not only is he a great manager OMG HE'S ENGLISH, something we have been crying out for.
by stwcar 8 years ago
The obvious candidates are Harry Redknapp or Martin O'Neill but, the talk from the FA is it must be an Englishman. Although Harry fits the bill, what about Glenn Hoddle as an alternative.My blog says why Hoddle could be the man for the job.Glenn Hoddle - The next England Manager?
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