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#1 kolon

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Posted 31 Mar 2006 - 05:41

Absolutly yes! He is very young and good tactic. The best in England. But Martin O就eill is superb too.
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Posted 31 Mar 2006 - 07:13

Absolutly yes! He is very young and good tactic. The best in England. But Martin O就eill is superb too.

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Posted 31 Mar 2006 - 07:51

Wenger by a long way

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#4 Zed

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Posted 31 Mar 2006 - 09:04

Alex Ferguson, when it becomes time to show off your silverwear, no one has won more. And, as we all know, thats what its all about, OOOOOOOOOOOOOOHhh the okey cokey
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#5 java2001e

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Posted 31 Mar 2006 - 11:12

i would say its a toss up between ferguson and wenger, i think i'd give wenger the nod.

he's a craftsman whose currently rebuilding what could be a formidable side.

he's had a seaon without a loss, and i dont expect to see that again.

and moronho of chelski obviously has a problem with him. thats probably the best reference of the lot!

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Posted 31 Mar 2006 - 11:42

Close call between Wenger and Fergy - Fergy for honours and Wenger for transfer ability - that are both tactically excellect. If you look at the money Wenger has spent to what he has brought in i would say it would be very close you rarely see him make a bad buy unlike most top flight managers.
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#7 Rob W

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Posted 31 Mar 2006 - 11:58

i would say Rafa, after all it takes talent to spend that much money without improving your team and finishing below your greatest rivals for the 1st time in years (who spent next to nothing btw)

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#8 Fatboyquim

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Posted 31 Mar 2006 - 12:08

The Manager at out local McDonalds is quite good I would recomend him to anyone, you never see any rubbish about - must be a candidate for manager of the month !! :huh: :huh: :huh:

On second thoughts, I would have to rate Davie Moyes up there - but the best Fergie by a long way. :rolleyes:

Edited by Fatboyquim, 31 Mar 2006 - 12:10.

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Posted 31 Mar 2006 - 14:07

Wenger for transfer ability

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Didn't he buy Teflon & Jeffers ?? (And Tavlaridis :unsure: )

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Posted 31 Mar 2006 - 14:10

Best:
Fergy
Moyes
Mourinho

Worse:
Benetiz
Shankly
Wenger
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Posted 31 Mar 2006 - 14:17

Davie Moyes is the one. ;) just look at epl table of Everton & you will know why :lol:
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Posted 31 Mar 2006 - 18:10

best:
fergy
wenger
morinho


best english:
allerdyce


worst:
souness
mccarthy
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#13 Ian

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Posted 31 Mar 2006 - 18:12

wenger
ferguson
moyes

most overated: moriniho, really dont see whats so good about this lad, hes a good manager but they go on like hes a fuckin tactitional genius/

worst:
surpluss
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#14 Mac

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Posted 31 Mar 2006 - 18:25

Ever or now?

Ever - Jock Stein

Now - Morinho

easy, next question.

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#15 Ian

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Posted 31 Mar 2006 - 18:26

wer did i leave my plec :P

have 10 of the bastards, cant find any of them :blink:
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Posted 31 Mar 2006 - 22:31

Didn't he buy Teflon & Jeffers ?? (And Tavlaridis :unsure: )

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Yeah and he managed to sell Teflon to some muppet for the same price??

Ok Jeffers is one and he had some dodgey defender aswell apeart from them we could be all day with Fergym Benitez bad signings!
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Posted 01 Apr 2006 - 01:12

Best ever manager was bob paisley,no question..total dominace of the league for so long..and a nice guy to boot..(met him a couple of times,not a clue what he said but seemed nice)

In todays league i still say wenger..its the style the arse play with.
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Posted 01 Apr 2006 - 10:10

Didn't he buy Teflon & Jeffers ??

yeah. but he sold us richard wright.

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Posted 01 Apr 2006 - 10:22

I think it's difficult because you don't know how Wenger, Mouriniho and Ferguson would do with no money and a struggling team. I'd probably say Wenger would be better for his ability to unearth young players. He also play's the most attractive football and the season they went unbeaten was the best football i've seen from a Premiership team. I also think Big Sam has done an amazing job at Bolton, every season they get stronger without spending money. He seems to get the best out of players that have been discarded and can also motivate older players that have won the biggest trophies on offer. I still wouldn't swop our Davey for anybody though!!!
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#20 Moyski

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Posted 01 Apr 2006 - 13:33

Martin O就eill

Moyes is in the top 10
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Posted 01 Apr 2006 - 13:44

Personally I feel that Alex Ferguson is the best manager, with pretty much every club he has won the league with, look what he did at Aberdeen. You can't achieve so much and not be the best manager.

Wenger is good, he spots potential but not all of his buys are top class. He's bought some woeful defenders and some awful goalkeepers (can't stand lemon hes the dodgiest one of the lot).

Now I'm not saying Fergy hasn't had his share of bad buys but I always look at it from a British point of view, whose done more for British football, and its blantantly Alex Ferguson.
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Posted 08 Apr 2006 - 12:39

david Moyes???? how many trophy did david Moyes won for Everton??? i don't see Everton a force in the epl at all.... :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Posted 08 Apr 2006 - 13:12

Alex Ferguson is definately the most successful manager around and its difficult to argue with his record but its not all down to success and trophies.

I'd consider Dario Gradi at Crewe to be a very good manager. He's been there since 1983 and produced a hell of a lot of quality players over the years. Crewe aren't a big club but its important to have clubs like that who allow young players to develop, especially with the Premiership how it is these days.
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#24 Bill

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Posted 08 Apr 2006 - 13:12

Wet_Dream, erm Blue_dream.........you sweaty scrotum, piss off and stop trying to start an argument. :angry:

Edited by toffeelicker, 08 Apr 2006 - 14:00.

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#25 Bill

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Posted 08 Apr 2006 - 13:15

Agree with Dario Gradi, not saying he is the Best manager, but he deserves to be with a bigger Club, the players he has produced over the years is second to none.
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Posted 09 Apr 2006 - 12:41

david Moyes???? how many trophy did david Moyes won for Everton??? i don't see Everton a force in the epl at all.... :lol:   :lol:   :lol:

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imguessing your a chelsea but hey! what have chelsea achieved over the last 10 years? NOTHING! :lol:
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Posted 10 Apr 2006 - 02:36

Agree with Dario Gradi, not saying he is the Best manager, but he deserves to be with a bigger Club, the players he has produced over the years is second to none.

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I think he'd struggle tbh at another club

Not many places now would give him the sort of control he has at crewe,got to hand it to him though,he can spot the youngsters thats for sure.
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#28 Rocco

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Posted 10 Apr 2006 - 09:44

I think he'd struggle tbh at another club

Not many places now would give him the sort of control he has at crewe,got to hand it to him though,he can spot the youngsters thats for sure.

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They are generally players who have been released by bigger clubs I think, he just lets them play and gives them a chance to fulfil their potential while getting first team experience. A lot probably don't go back to the Premiership but considering the size of the club a phenominal amount do make it.

You are right though, he probably wouldn't be suited to a big club now but that doesn't make him any less of a manager.
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Posted 10 Apr 2006 - 12:22

This one is a bit of a loaded question, what do you mean by best?. To look at success, the answer is Ferguson. If we look at who has done the best with limited resources, the list really gets long :-

Stevie Coppel
Jim Smith
Neil Warnock
Paul Jewel
Dario Gradi
Peter Taylor

With the financial backing available at Chelski, even Souness would have done well.

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#30 Claire

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Posted 10 Apr 2006 - 12:26

Definately agree with Warnock hes hero worshiped in sheffield
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Posted 10 Apr 2006 - 17:16

the good:

1) ferguson --- unmatchable track record

2) wenger --- great style of play, good at bringing through relative unknowns

3) mourhino --- think the fact he's managed to create a (double) championship winning side with the money he was given is great --- how many people said "you can't buy trophies"? he KNEW what to do with the money...

money alone = real madrid
money + a great manager = chelsea

.....the shit:

1) souness -- hope that's the back of him for good (unless liverpool want him back, then I'd love to see him again!!!)

2) o'leary -- who the f*ck are villa???

3) kevin keegan -- dumb-haired-midget-twat!!!

.....and the ugly:

1) ian dowie -- think he did a good job with palace last season, and keeping them in the play-off places shows further talent --- just look at how norwich and southampton have struggled this season.....

2) harry redknapp -- I lost a LOT of respect for him when he left southampton to return to portsmouth, but I think over the years he's been a top manager -- had west ham been able to hold on to their young talent, who knows what he might have been able to do for them...

3) martin jol -- a good record with spurs since he took over, making some astute signings (and sales!) and at last making them into a reasonably consistent team.....

........and finally:

david moyes -- I've been a huge fan of his ever since he took over, and if you look at the past 4 seasons (7th, 17th, 4th(!!!), and top half) he's clearly done a good job -- a few things bother me, however: 1) messing yobo around too often, 2) the kroldrup debacle, 3) making weir club captain this season, and 4) not telling ferguson to f*ck off......still let's hope we keep him for some time to come....
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Posted 10 Apr 2006 - 17:32

<_< david moyes ??! of course
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Posted 13 Apr 2006 - 18:48

wenger,ferguson,benitez(hate to admit it),big sam and our very own moyes,in that order!
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Posted 13 Apr 2006 - 21:39

Didn't he buy Teflon & Jeffers ?? (And Tavlaridis :unsure: )

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YEAH, AND HE ALSO BOUGHT HENRY, VIEIRA, FABREGAS, PIRES, LJUNGBERG AND MORE YOUNG TALENT THAN MOYESY -UNFORTUNATELY- COULD SHAKE A STICK AT LIKE VAN PERSIE, CLICHY ETC ETC!!

WENGER IS THE BEST IMO
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#35 Nyem

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Posted 18 Apr 2006 - 09:52

epl era - fergie...wenger never come close to match fergie in term of silverware won.

Moyes?? :D
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Posted 18 Apr 2006 - 16:20

david Moyes???? how many trophy did david Moyes won for Everton??? i don't see Everton a force in the epl at all.... :lol:   :lol:   :lol:

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What the fook is the EPL???

Not another foreign RS!??
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Posted 19 Apr 2006 - 15:29

wenger for me
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Posted 20 Apr 2006 - 11:17

as much as i hate to say it but you cant look any further than Sir Alex can you he has done it all followed by Sir Bobby Robson Has won everything you can possibly win domestically (england, spain and Portugal)

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