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I don't see the analogy to be honest. If he comes he'd be as big a risk as most other potential candidates - including Rangnick who most people would be gutted to miss out on even though they had never heard of him a week ago. If Steve Clarke gets the job then he has the potential to be a great manager. More importantly, a great West Brom manager. I think we must admit that as fans most of us don't have the best access to knowledge about who is respected within the football world.
We all need to remember we are employing a head coach and not a manager. Clarke fits the bill. Hope it is RR though.
He doesnt fit my bill but who am i
This from twitter:@WBAFCofficial: Work on the ticket office phone system will continue over night & we will post an update in the morning. Apologies for any inconvenienceI hope Ralf hasn't been ringing the ticket office by mistake!
Who got the Belgium job then, cant see any news.
He doesnt fit my bill but who am i. Can someone tell me where his super record at the top come from.He had a decent time at Chelsea with the special one but hes failed ever since
With the Belgium job sorted, i can see RR being appointed by the weekend, just a hunch no inside info.
What did happen to Gary Wilmotts
steve clarke now favorite (10/11) with skybet. Seriously who is betting on the guy to get his odds down??
Absolute tosh, fingers crossed it is. The blokes not even been mentioned for Norwich or Swansea so i don't believe for a minute
We will see Mr Russell.
We're hiring a manager in all but name - there's a huge difference between a coach and manager\head coach\boss\gaffa\whatever you want to call him. By that reckoning Terry Connor would fit the bill.
Can i put Ian Holloways name forward again, he aint been mentioned for a while