Jump to content

Caley Shaun

Gold Members
  • Content count

    155
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

-75

About Caley Shaun

  • Rank
    Junior League Sub

Profile Information

  • My Team
    Inverness Caley Thistle

Recent Profile Visitors

1,143 profile views
  1. Scotland's Next Permanent Manager.

    Surely some news on this in next week or 2 as its becoming a complete disgrace this process!! I mean, Wales are interviewing Ryan Giggs, Craig Bellamy and Osian Roberts next week yet we've interviewed NOBODY!!! I do think Lambert will get it.
  2. Players worth a look at

    Lewis Morgan?
  3. Scotland's Next Permanent Manager.

    Something should have happened long before now instead of the pish about Hampden lease which could happen anytime after new manager appointed. Due to incompetence of SFA we are now likely going to lose out on MON to NI.
  4. Scotland's Next Permanent Manager.

    If it isn't O'Neill then I really do expect it will be Lambert and tbh I would be happy with that, anyone but Malky would please me though tbh. Oh and I think Bilic was coy on Sunday goals programme on Sky, he says he would prefer club job over International but would never say never.
  5. Scotland's Next Permanent Manager.

    STV say/reporting that we would need to pay £500k compensation before being allowed to talk to MON so are they thinking he will take it otherwise, why ask us to pay compensation if not? Anyway, I see Cesare Prandelli has gone up to 16/1 in odds.
  6. Scotland's Next Permanent Manager.

    I see Paul Lambert is now 2nd favourite , wonder what bumped him up to 2nd favourite ahead of Alex McLeish who was favourite before a few hours ago. I echo most who say Michael O'Neill will get a club job, I see it being Aberdeen once Derek goes to Ibrox or a WBA sort of team (Pulis under severe pressure) or a top end championship team like Leeds maybe. Its Paul Lambert for me ;).
  7. Scotland's Next Permanent Manager.

    I see Sky Sports are reporting that Moyes has been offered 2 jobs lately, they say that Moyes thinks he'll be back in management soon. I reckon one of jobs offered may have been Scotland and the other being Leicester.
  8. Realistic foreign managers

    Manuel Pellegrini ;)?
  9. Scotland's Next Permanent Manager.

    Harry Redknapp has thrown his hat in the ring now I saw that on BBC :O.
  10. Scotland's Next Permanent Manager.

    I think everything is working in favour of Paul Lambert getting the job :-). I know he failed at Villa and Birmingham but his predecessors at both didn't exactly do any worse. Plus he has experience of playing abroad with Dortmund so I would like him as manager with Gary McAllister and Callum Davidson his assistants. As long as its not Malky Mackay (I see him retaining his current role after Holland match) I'm happy :-). Anyway, just saw an article saying that David Moyes is one of 5 favourites for Leicester. Still hoping that Prandelli gets a shot but he's my 2nd choice behind Lambo ;).
  11. Realistic foreign managers

    In today's Sun there is a list of potential foreigners that Mr Regan could go for, some realistic, some laughable!! The ones mentioned: Jurgen Klinsmann, ROY f***ing KEANE, Marc Wilmots, Louis van Gaal (ffs), Vladimir Weiss (the ex Slovakia manager) and Sam Allardyce. I think its more or less touting guys that have experience in International management or in RK's case, assisting an International team. I'd add Tata Martina or Laurent Blanc to the realistic options so discuss ;)?
  12. Gordon Strachan

    STV saying that the SFA will review his future at a meeting next week but BBC saying that "SFA are in no rush to make decision"
  13. I'd rather that than being shite against everyone bar Brechin!!
  14. I doubt he'd come nor do I doubt Mr Rae and co would even interview him. In reply to last post, I totally agree but you can't sack the board at every failed manager. We need a sugar daddy lol.
  15. As the title says, how long until we start to panic or start calling for Robbo's removal, now, November/December time, after new year or at the end of the season. For me, its now because he's truly lost the dressing room plus going by the courier article which has his post match interview, he sounds like he's really close to resigning. I had backed him until yesterday, losing to a part time team is just pathetic but the players are equally to blame!! Some probably will think, here he goes again, but tough, I am a fan and want my team to succeed and at the moment, we are on a slide, carbon copy of St Mirren last season at this stage, they acted and now look at them. As I said above, I think JR is on verge of resigning, not sure when but he sounds like a defeated man. As to who next, only one man, Paul Sheerin ;).
×