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Yngwie

The new manager thread

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1 hour ago, TopSix said:

Dundee sack Hartley, we get him in and send Dundee down. There's a thought... 

And why would Hartley do any better than Foran?  He's at a bigger club with players on bigger wages and yet the team he is in charge of is in free fall.  There must be something seriously wrong with the dynamics between manager and players at Dundee.

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Although Hartley does have experience, a decent track record up until recently and has demonstrated the ability to get a team promoted from the Championship.

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When you look back at the first few early pages of this thread from almost 4 years ago, its a worry that these names will be suggested again. Many were horrific options then and worse now.

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The Dundee situation goes to show once again that Inverness is the safest manager's job in football ... no amount of losses or shambolic performances is enough to require a change.

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