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Alan Stubbs: I'm Definitely Going To Be A Coach

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I'm sure if he gets all his certificates he would do a good job, I'm not sure that DM would take him on tho, he might have to go to the lower leagues to earn his stripes. :)

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I know Alan well, he is a smashing bloke and a life long blue. If there is a place available for him in the backroom Moyes will have him as he was his type of player and a model pro otherwise Derby would have him back in a support role

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I know Alan well, he is a smashing bloke and a life long blue. If there is a place available for him in the backroom Moyes will have him as he was his type of player and a model pro otherwise Derby would have him back in a support role

 

Yeah, if there is room for him to learn the ropes at Everton he would be a great addition. Top professional and would be good role model for the youth team anyway.

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I'd take him here as a defensive coach, no doubt. He always had a very good effect on the defense, constantly talking and reassuring. I think he has really helped mold Yobo into a very good defender.

 

I would love him here as a defensive coach, but other than that I don't think he'd be that great.

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As I said earlier I know Stubbsy well, played golf with him quite a few times. He will get that defence sorted, I wouldn't be surprised if Moyes made that his first job before he starts with the reserves, he will know instinctively who is getting it wrong, and he'll tell them

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"I am going to be working mainly with Taff (Andy Holden, reserve team manager) with the reserves. I might be doing bits watching the under 18s and under 16s as well.

 

"It's a perfect move. It's a great opportunity to get my foot on the bottom of the ladder. I am at the bottom working my way up."

 

Having taken up his role this week, Stubbs explained that he has been warmly welcomed back into the fold at Finch Farm.

 

"I am really looking forward to it," he continued, "It's going to be a different challenge for me.

 

"The lads have had the usual banter; Ossie said he didn't realise we had a new kitman! But it's all quietened down now and it's great to be back amongst them."

 

:lol:

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