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So how about an "ITFC Managers XI".......? 10:01 - Oct 23 with 478 viewsBloots

.....I think this looks like a decent line up.

But I'm struggling for a keeper:

------------------------------------Keeper------------------------------------

----------------Mowbray--------Keane--------McCarthy----------------

----Burley-------------------------------------------------------Forsythe---

-----------------------Lambert----------------Magilton--------------------

-------------------------------------Robson-----------------------------------

-----------------------Royle----------------------Milburn-------------------

Subs:

Ramsey
Duncan (J)
Duncan (S)
Goddard
O'Brien

Lambert out.
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So how about an "ITFC Managers XI".......? on 10:06 - Oct 23 with 444 viewstextbackup

Keane and MICK couldn’t play alongside each other, it would be murders.

Plus, Keane was a CM

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So how about an "ITFC Managers XI".......? on 10:07 - Oct 23 with 437 viewsFixed_It

Maybe one of the Goalkeeper coaches (poetic licence)? Or Phil knows a decent kit manager apparently who could do a job...

The glass is half full!!!
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So how about an "ITFC Managers XI".......? on 10:09 - Oct 23 with 433 viewsPJH

Two International RB's in Burley and Ramsey but neither could really play anywhere else so it is really a straight choice between the two.
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You've got to work with what you've got..... on 10:09 - Oct 23 with 430 viewsBloots

So how about an "ITFC Managers XI".......? on 10:06 - Oct 23 by textbackup

Keane and MICK couldn’t play alongside each other, it would be murders.

Plus, Keane was a CM


....we can't play 4 at the back because the only LB we've got is Hurst.

He was crap and I'm not having him anywhere near the team.

Keane was more than capable of playing CB in a 3.

Balls.

Lambert out.
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I was thinking about Pullen..... on 10:10 - Oct 23 with 422 viewsBloots

So how about an "ITFC Managers XI".......? on 10:07 - Oct 23 by Fixed_It

Maybe one of the Goalkeeper coaches (poetic licence)? Or Phil knows a decent kit manager apparently who could do a job...


....but it's stretching it bit.

Lambert out.
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I went with Burley..... on 10:11 - Oct 23 with 419 viewsBloots

So how about an "ITFC Managers XI".......? on 10:09 - Oct 23 by PJH

Two International RB's in Burley and Ramsey but neither could really play anywhere else so it is really a straight choice between the two.


.....due to the formation.

Think he offers more going forward than Sir Alf.

Lambert out.
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I was thinking about Pullen..... on 10:12 - Oct 23 with 412 viewsKeno

I was thinking about Pullen..... on 10:10 - Oct 23 by Bloots

....but it's stretching it bit.


I may be wrong here but didn't Goddard act a temporary keeper a couple of times in the days before there was sub keeper on the bench?

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I went with Burley..... on 10:15 - Oct 23 with 405 viewsCornishMariner

I went with Burley..... on 10:11 - Oct 23 by Bloots

.....due to the formation.

Think he offers more going forward than Sir Alf.


I used to love watching Burley play - pure class.

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I went with Burley..... on 10:23 - Oct 23 with 389 viewsitfcjoe

I went with Burley..... on 10:11 - Oct 23 by Bloots

.....due to the formation.

Think he offers more going forward than Sir Alf.


I think you could shift Burley across to LB, get Ramsey in and stick Keane in a diamond.

I'd find room for John Wark ahead of Tony Mowbray if caretakers are included - or stick McCarthy in goal

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I went with Burley..... on 10:25 - Oct 23 with 385 viewsPJH

I went with Burley..... on 10:11 - Oct 23 by Bloots

.....due to the formation.

Think he offers more going forward than Sir Alf.


Certainly although in Alf Ramsey's playing days fullbacks rarely if ever crossed the halfway line but I understand that Ramsey was an important part of the Spurs title winning team in the early 1950's with his passing abilities from RB.
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Just because Lambert is playing..... on 10:28 - Oct 23 with 377 viewsBloots

I went with Burley..... on 10:23 - Oct 23 by itfcjoe

I think you could shift Burley across to LB, get Ramsey in and stick Keane in a diamond.

I'd find room for John Wark ahead of Tony Mowbray if caretakers are included - or stick McCarthy in goal


....we don't have to let him pick the team Joe.

Lambert out.
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So how about an "ITFC Managers XI".......? on 10:51 - Oct 23 with 331 viewsgordon

I'd put Bryan Klug in the midfield and put Roy Keane on the bench just to p*ss him off.
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As noted previously..... on 11:16 - Oct 23 with 300 viewsBloots

So how about an "ITFC Managers XI".......? on 10:51 - Oct 23 by gordon

I'd put Bryan Klug in the midfield and put Roy Keane on the bench just to p*ss him off.


....would it p*ss him off more than playing next to Mick?

We have been blessed with some excellent players as managers, shame they weren't/aren't all excellent managers though.

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As noted previously..... on 11:19 - Oct 23 with 290 viewsKeno

As noted previously..... on 11:16 - Oct 23 by Bloots

....would it p*ss him off more than playing next to Mick?

We have been blessed with some excellent players as managers, shame they weren't/aren't all excellent managers though.


Play him in goal, out of position

there would be a poetic justice to that

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So how about an "ITFC Managers XI".......? on 11:20 - Oct 23 with 290 viewslongtimefan

So how about an "ITFC Managers XI".......? on 10:51 - Oct 23 by gordon

I'd put Bryan Klug in the midfield and put Roy Keane on the bench just to p*ss him off.


Keane would have departed from the squad anyway since he wouldn’t think management were taking things seriously enough by naming deceased players
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You've got to work with what you've got..... on 11:26 - Oct 23 with 278 viewsBasingstokeBlue

You've got to work with what you've got..... on 10:09 - Oct 23 by Bloots

....we can't play 4 at the back because the only LB we've got is Hurst.

He was crap and I'm not having him anywhere near the team.

Keane was more than capable of playing CB in a 3.

Balls.


Bobby Ferguson was a LB.

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I went with Burley..... on 12:52 - Oct 23 with 234 viewsBloomBlue

I went with Burley..... on 10:25 - Oct 23 by PJH

Certainly although in Alf Ramsey's playing days fullbacks rarely if ever crossed the halfway line but I understand that Ramsey was an important part of the Spurs title winning team in the early 1950's with his passing abilities from RB.


Most players and experts said Ramsey read the game better than any other player at the time and his distributed of the ball was as good as any player. The irony given the current style is biggest criticism of Ramsey's playing style was he tried to pass it too much whereas a defender in those days was expected to simply hoof it up field.

I think a lot of Spurs fans turned against him because he overplayed it in a semi final resulting in a goal and Spurs defeat
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So how about an "ITFC Managers XI".......? on 12:58 - Oct 23 with 220 viewsPhilTWTD

David Best managed Dorchester Town and Wareham Rangers after hanging up his gloves. No other ex-keeper-managers spring to mind.
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So how about an on 13:10 - Oct 23 with 194 viewsSwansea_Blue

Andy Marshall was interim manager at Villa for at least 1 game in the FA Cup, after Lambert was sacked so plenty of nice connections. They beat Leicester 2:1, goals from bacuna and Scott Sinclair.

https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/andy-scott-marshal

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