Don't you love a good No.2

#1

Working under the assumption that Keates isn’t getting his P45 anytime soon, who would you get in as an Assistant Manager to join him on the touchline?

Someone to add more tactical nous? Someone to play “bad cop”? Someone looking to make their first step into management?

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#2

Dean Smith, Roberto Martinez, Jose Mourinho, Richard Money, Paul Merson, Ole Gunnar Sokskjaer, David Moyes, Par Cederqvist, Jesus Christ. It doesn’t matter. We’m goin’ down.

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#3

Dunno , you might be on to something there .

If Jesus Christ is indeed available and he told the players what their jobs were , in say a 4 2 3 1 formation and said he and his old man were counting on them to do those jobs well OR ELSE , we might see a very motivated team on Saturday .

Got to be worth a shot .

Might entice more families in too , as any bad language should soon disappear

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#4

Swifty?

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#5

I’d go for someone with a bit of passion and wouldn’t cost much.

Dancing Kev fits the bill

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#6

Dancing Kev

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#7

Just as I was typing :joy:

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#8

Spooky, great minds thinking alike LOL

I bet you by a nanosecond

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#9

Has to be Roy Keane :joy:

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#10

Think i’d leave Keates to struggle on his own …so would he if you asked him i bet :rofl:

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#11

might get some decent crosses in

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#12

If he could part the Uric Sea in the Gents at half time it would be a miracle

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#13

Haven’t we already got 1 Saviour of Walsall FC?

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#14

Garry Pendrey :wink:

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#15

Sumo, Dancing Kev & Swifty would do a better job

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#16

I would bring O. J. Simpson’s attorney in, as he knows how to build a good defence even when it looks like a hopeless case.

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#17

All the penalties would be nailed on.

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#18

Better crosses too.

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#19

Just give it Mitch Candlin, give the poor lad something to do.

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#20

We’d never run out of food…

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