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Martin or Martin?

Now that Mark has left his Mark and left us in good shape let`s wish him well.

Who`s next?

Martin Jol who Al Fayed wanted looks a good bet and Martin O`Neil cannot be ruled out either.

I would take either of the above.

What do you think?

Even Sir Roy in for a return?

Stranger things have happened!

Who would you pick?



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Writer: truth sayer ffc Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday June 3 2011

Time: 10:28AM

Your Comments

I think Martin Jol will give you the type of football you will enjoy.
oxfordspur
I'd like to see either of the Martin's.
Oldwolf
I'd love Hodgson to return, but that's not going to happen. Jol would be my preference, though I'd not complain about O'Neill.
Teddy_KGB
Any one of the three mentioned would be happily received but Martin O'Neil treated Aston Villa terribly, in effect he did to them pretty much what Mark Hughes has done to us (and Hodgson), seems the only manager with a bit loyalty out there at the moment is David Moyes! I would love Jol to be appointed as my preference
donfulham
AGREE BUT ANY MANEGER WE GET DO BAD AND THEY GET THE CHOP DO WELL AND A BIB CLUB COMES IN FOR THEM SO CAN WE EVER HAVE A LONG TERM MANEGER TO BE FAIR WE HAVE A GOOD SQUAD BUILT BY ROY SO MOST TOP GUYS WOULD DO OK BUT NOT KEEN ON MCLEAEN
truth sayer ffc
have heard mcleash s name put in the mix and grant no no no no
truth sayer ffc
have heard mcleash s name put in the mix and grant no no no no
truth sayer ffc
I am taking up a new chant, I don't know if any of you recall the old Hagar the Horrible, SKOL lager ads from the late 80's I believe, (YouTube them if you don't), but to the tune of those ads I am chanting "Jol, Jol, Jol, Jol, Jol, Jol, Jol, Jol"!
donfulham
indeed jol
truth sayer ffc
jol it is... i think (hope) he'll do well...
woodysweats
 

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