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Next manager 14:19 - Nov 29 with 4683 viewsitfcjoe

Who do you appoint? With premise that it has to be realistic.

I’ve made feelings pretty clear on here with regards to those I’m Not averse too but if I had to go for one it would be

Danny Cowley

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Next manager on 14:21 - Nov 29 with 1950 viewsWD19

I really, really hope it can be Cook.

Ideally retaining a strong Ipswich connection through the youth team and some backroom roles.

#FOPRP

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Next manager on 14:22 - Nov 29 with 1929 viewsSomethingBlue

It's Cowley by a street.

(My unrealistic shout: Freddie Ljungberg as manager, with the Bergkamp consortium that was looking at L1 clubs pre-Covid buying Evans out. We can dream)
[Post edited 29 Nov 2020 14:22]

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Next manager on 14:22 - Nov 29 with 1913 viewsDarkblue

I'm fully on board with Cowley but my gut feeling tells me it will be Paul Cook.
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Next manager on 14:22 - Nov 29 with 1911 viewsSuperblue95

Cook

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Next manager on 14:23 - Nov 29 with 1894 viewsgazzer1999

No outsiders, has to be ITFC connections from past or present. Then when we can sing in the grounds you know what the song will be.
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Next manager on 14:24 - Nov 29 with 1880 viewsNthsuffolkblue

Personally I would look for Liam Rosenior or Gerard Nash and ensure they have someone experienced as a mentor.

I think we need to ensure it is the right type of person. All the average experienced stock we have gone with in the past has repeatedly failed and seen us slide.

If we appointed Cowley or Cook, I would support them and hope they succeed but their appointments would feel little different to Hurst, Lambert or any of the others really.

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Next manager on 14:25 - Nov 29 with 1878 viewsWD19

Next manager on 14:23 - Nov 29 by gazzer1999

No outsiders, has to be ITFC connections from past or present. Then when we can sing in the grounds you know what the song will be.


“We are family!?”

#FOPRP

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Next manager on 14:25 - Nov 29 with 1875 viewsle2blue

Next manager on 14:22 - Nov 29 by SomethingBlue

It's Cowley by a street.

(My unrealistic shout: Freddie Ljungberg as manager, with the Bergkamp consortium that was looking at L1 clubs pre-Covid buying Evans out. We can dream)
[Post edited 29 Nov 2020 14:22]


Can’t you use your Arsenal connections to make this happen? Let them know we’d happily welcome them :)
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Next manager on 14:25 - Nov 29 with 1875 viewsDubtractor

Next manager on 14:21 - Nov 29 by WD19

I really, really hope it can be Cook.

Ideally retaining a strong Ipswich connection through the youth team and some backroom roles.


This would be my choice too.

Wouldn't be averse to the Cowleys though. In different circumstances I'd be up for giving Dyer a chance, but WAY too much at stake this season and I think we need a manager with a proven pedigree.

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Next manager on 14:26 - Nov 29 with 1862 viewsbrushhand

how about skuse and chambers, they keep telling us how much they love the club!!!
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Next manager on 14:27 - Nov 29 with 1845 viewsgazzer1999

Shock announcement it's going to be Paul Lambert for the next 4 years.
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Next manager on 14:27 - Nov 29 with 1843 viewsIpswichKnight

I’d be happy with the Cowleys or appointing from within with Keiron or Nash. Gave up on the idea of Cook when his name was mentioned on R5 yesterday in relation to Derby he will happily wait for a championship club to come along.
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Next manager on 14:28 - Nov 29 with 1832 viewskeighleyblue

George Burley. Yes, really.
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Next manager on 14:29 - Nov 29 with 1819 viewsPositivelyPortman

Next manager on 14:21 - Nov 29 by WD19

I really, really hope it can be Cook.

Ideally retaining a strong Ipswich connection through the youth team and some backroom roles.


Genuine question, and not solely pointed at you.

What is the thinking behind Cook as manager?
What does he bring to the table?
He’s not been successful at any club as a manager.

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Next manager on 14:29 - Nov 29 with 1811 viewswkj

Internal - Nash with Dyer
External and Available - Cowley
External and employed - David Artell

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Next manager on 14:29 - Nov 29 with 1815 viewsNthsuffolkblue

Next manager on 14:27 - Nov 29 by IpswichKnight

I’d be happy with the Cowleys or appointing from within with Keiron or Nash. Gave up on the idea of Cook when his name was mentioned on R5 yesterday in relation to Derby he will happily wait for a championship club to come along.


If we hurry up and act, Derby can appoint Lambert.

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Next manager on 14:29 - Nov 29 with 1813 viewsKeno

Dyer and Burley

Heart ruling head

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Next manager on 14:31 - Nov 29 with 1802 viewstrncbluearmy

Decent suggestions but all similar in nature to previous disastrous appointments

Combination of GB and kerion for me, I trust them
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Next manager on 14:31 - Nov 29 with 1799 viewsWD19

Next manager on 14:29 - Nov 29 by PositivelyPortman

Genuine question, and not solely pointed at you.

What is the thinking behind Cook as manager?
What does he bring to the table?
He’s not been successful at any club as a manager.


For me it is proven capability and playing style. The kind of genuine football coach who can build a style and lower league team capable of passing Manchester City off the pitch.

#FOPRP

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Next manager on 14:31 - Nov 29 with 1803 viewsNthsuffolkblue

Next manager on 14:27 - Nov 29 by gazzer1999

Shock announcement it's going to be Paul Lambert for the next 4 years.


Imagine if Monday morning there was a press conference announced and then when it finally happened the news was:

















Lambert has signed a further 3 year extension.

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Next manager on 14:32 - Nov 29 with 1784 viewsJ2BLUE

Danny Cowley or Paul Cook.

I think I would lean Cowley if I could choose. Always comes across well when he speaks.

I don't want Dyer to get it. Changed my mind on that one. I love Dyer and one day I want him as our manager but not now. It's not a job for a first timer and we've seen with Magilton that sections of the fan base will soon turn on one of our own.

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Next manager on 14:33 - Nov 29 with 1758 viewswkj

Next manager on 14:32 - Nov 29 by J2BLUE

Danny Cowley or Paul Cook.

I think I would lean Cowley if I could choose. Always comes across well when he speaks.

I don't want Dyer to get it. Changed my mind on that one. I love Dyer and one day I want him as our manager but not now. It's not a job for a first timer and we've seen with Magilton that sections of the fan base will soon turn on one of our own.


I agree with your opinion and reasoning for Dyer. Kind of similar to why I don't want to see Burley back - It would hurt seeing the crowd turn on them if it so happened.

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Next manager on 14:35 - Nov 29 with 1746 viewsDubtractor

Next manager on 14:29 - Nov 29 by PositivelyPortman

Genuine question, and not solely pointed at you.

What is the thinking behind Cook as manager?
What does he bring to the table?
He’s not been successful at any club as a manager.


Eh?

Got Chesterfield promoted from L2, got Portsmouth promoted from L2 and nearly from L1. Got Wigan promoted from L1, kept them in the Championship 2 seasons (apart from the off field shenanigans relegating them. All while playing entertaining football.

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Next manager on 14:36 - Nov 29 with 1743 viewsCrayonKing

I'm on the Cowley bandwagon too. Thought they were harshly treated by Huddersfield and we'd be a good club for them to bounce back at. Local(ish) connection is a bonus too.

Also seemed to understand at Lincoln how important the club was to the local community and vice versa. This is vital at a club which doesn't really have any public faces other than the manager, and an invisible owner who makes very little effort at community relations.
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Next manager on 14:36 - Nov 29 with 1739 viewsgazzer1999

Next manager on 14:29 - Nov 29 by PositivelyPortman

Genuine question, and not solely pointed at you.

What is the thinking behind Cook as manager?
What does he bring to the table?
He’s not been successful at any club as a manager.


Neither was Sir Bobby before he came to us. But I agree with you on this one, the same people who had never heard of Hurst were clamouring for him. M E. gave everyone what they asked for up and coming manager, hungry lower league players, the rest they say is history. he will not listen to anyone on here again and will stick with Lambo for the next 4 years and hope for the best.
Do we really know what's going on inside the club? M E spends loads of money to keep it afloat, and I guess since his businesses all rely on the general public he has more to worry about than just little old ITFC. All this nonsense about ME selling up he may just decide he can't afford to keep funding us and we end up in liquidation again. We do need to be careful what we wish for.
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