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John Terry as manager anyone? 00:14 - Dec 27 with 2050 viewskizaitfc

I have previously thought we need an experienced manager who knows how to get a team defending and attacking effectively.

But now think maybe a gamble could be what we need.

Played under some great managers, currently working with a very good manager at Villa and seems to want to try his hand at managing as I believe he has been mentioned for Derby job.

Question would be would he come to league 1? Probably not unfortunately

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John Terry as manager anyone? on 00:23 - Dec 27 with 1704 viewsIllinoisblue

I’d rather have Hurst back.

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John Terry as manager anyone? on 00:35 - Dec 27 with 1689 viewsbournemouthblue

He did pretty well when he managed Chelsea?

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John Terry as manager anyone? on 00:45 - Dec 27 with 1678 viewsJDB23

I was thinking about who could potentially be a realistic manager that is completely under the radar and Gareth Barry came to mind. Vast experience at the top level, played under many managers, played for teams in all kinds of situations and must have a tonne of contacts.

Not sure if he is even looking to go into management but think if someone wanted to take a gamble they could do a lot worse.
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John Terry as manager anyone? on 01:01 - Dec 27 with 1664 viewsJimmyJazz

I would see the problem for any well known player looking to step into management in League 1 being the wage cap, it suits someone who would be confident they can coach the players and youngsters that come with a current squad.

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John Terry as manager anyone? on 07:00 - Dec 27 with 1526 viewsBlueBadger

Well he IS very famous.

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John Terry as manager anyone? on 07:41 - Dec 27 with 1488 viewssolemio

You are not just appointing a football manager. You are appointing a man. He is not a human being I would want anywhere near our club. If you saw the recent Anton Ferdinand programme on television you will know why.

Also I can see no footballing reason for appointing him.
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John Terry as manager anyone? on 07:45 - Dec 27 with 1481 views26_Paz

Interesting one. Was clearly a good leader as a player. Has some coaching experience now. As you say a gamble but could be just what we need.
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John Terry as manager anyone? on 07:55 - Dec 27 with 1471 viewsKeno

If we are going down that route than Kieron Dyer for me

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John Terry as manager anyone? on 08:02 - Dec 27 with 1456 views26_Paz

John Terry as manager anyone? on 07:55 - Dec 27 by Keno

If we are going down that route than Kieron Dyer for me


Pros for Terry - more of a natural leader, connections in the top flight for loans etc
Pros for Dyer - knows the club, knows the young players coming through (which lets be honest any manager will work closely with as we won’t sign many people)
Both lack a little experience ... either would be a gamble but one I’d happily take right now!
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John Terry as manager anyone? on 08:16 - Dec 27 with 1430 viewsshamboy

I am struggling to think of a bigger scumbag in the recent history of the game.
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John Terry as manager anyone? on 08:23 - Dec 27 with 1400 viewsLesta_Tractor

I'd prefer Sol Campbell

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John Terry as manager anyone? on 08:35 - Dec 27 with 1382 viewsArnoldMoorhen

John Terry as manager anyone? on 08:16 - Dec 27 by shamboy

I am struggling to think of a bigger scumbag in the recent history of the game.


Lee "Let's just stick to the incident in the fast food restaurant that he did actually get found Guilty for" Bowyer

Michael "Go and break that kids legs instead of mine" Chopra

Ben "Here's my elbow, oh dear now your head is broken" Thatcher

We have form, unfortunately.
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John Terry as manager anyone? on 08:52 - Dec 27 with 1360 viewsTieDyedIn95

He'd walk into a job in the Championship and we couldn't afford anywhere near what he'd want in terms of wages.

A name like that is going to want a club with some resources to play with, like Lampard had at Derby he's not going to want to come to Ipswich and be forced to play academy products from a system that's not produced any top quality players since the early 2000's and a group of senior pros who were arguably part of the worse side to ever play in the Championship.

Until we fix that we're going to be barrel scraping for managers for years to come, Evans will appoint Dyer, it wont go well and we'll be told it was all our fault.

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John Terry as manager anyone? on 11:11 - Dec 27 with 1206 viewsJeanManuelThetis

Has everyone forgotten he is a massive racist? He shouldn't be allowed to be working in football or have any public platform.
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John Terry as manager anyone? on 11:15 - Dec 27 with 1191 viewsCoco

John Terry as manager anyone? on 11:11 - Dec 27 by JeanManuelThetis

Has everyone forgotten he is a massive racist? He shouldn't be allowed to be working in football or have any public platform.


I think that’s the appeal for some people

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John Terry as manager anyone? on 11:26 - Dec 27 with 1168 viewsMedwayTractor

John Terry as manager anyone? on 07:41 - Dec 27 by solemio

You are not just appointing a football manager. You are appointing a man. He is not a human being I would want anywhere near our club. If you saw the recent Anton Ferdinand programme on television you will know why.

Also I can see no footballing reason for appointing him.


That's just what I remember thinking when i heard we'd got Roy Keane, look where that got us.

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John Terry as manager anyone? on 12:07 - Dec 27 with 1097 viewseireblue

The more important question is, will he still be wearing his Chelsea kit for the team photos?
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John Terry as manager anyone? on 12:50 - Dec 27 with 1053 viewsParky

There is near to no chance John Terry would leave Villa as assistant to come manage in League One. I would bet on him getting a Championship gig soon, if he’s to leave at all.

Somebody who has impressed me with their analysis and intelligence recently is Jermaine Jenas. Not sure if he’s even done any coaching, or interested in managing. - Just somebody I have been impressed with the way he speaks.
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John Terry as manager anyone? on 12:53 - Dec 27 with 1047 viewslazyblue

We are in League 1! We will not get a big name again.
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John Terry as manager anyone? on 12:54 - Dec 27 with 1040 viewsMonkeyAlan

I'd take him. These girls need a kick up the @rse.
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John Terry as manager anyone? on 12:58 - Dec 27 with 1037 viewsJ2BLUE

Why?

There are loads of former players looking for their first chance.

To overlook the likes of Dyer who is here already for someone like Terry makes zero sense.

Thankfully it has zero chance of happening.

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John Terry as manager anyone? on 13:30 - Dec 27 with 989 views26_Paz

John Terry as manager anyone? on 12:50 - Dec 27 by Parky

There is near to no chance John Terry would leave Villa as assistant to come manage in League One. I would bet on him getting a Championship gig soon, if he’s to leave at all.

Somebody who has impressed me with their analysis and intelligence recently is Jermaine Jenas. Not sure if he’s even done any coaching, or interested in managing. - Just somebody I have been impressed with the way he speaks.


Think he’s firmly on the TV route. Even presenting some no football stuff now, don’t think he’s interested
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John Terry as manager anyone? on 14:34 - Dec 27 with 882 viewsRedX

Follow the Brentford model.

Go foreign.
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John Terry as manager anyone? on 14:36 - Dec 27 with 871 viewsBlueBadger

John Terry as manager anyone? on 08:35 - Dec 27 by ArnoldMoorhen

Lee "Let's just stick to the incident in the fast food restaurant that he did actually get found Guilty for" Bowyer

Michael "Go and break that kids legs instead of mine" Chopra

Ben "Here's my elbow, oh dear now your head is broken" Thatcher

We have form, unfortunately.


Jimmy 'lets take a problem gambler out drinking at a casino and then take this piss for the rest of my contract' Bullard?

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John Terry as manager anyone? on 14:55 - Dec 27 with 832 viewsronnyd

John Terry as manager anyone? on 14:34 - Dec 27 by RedX

Follow the Brentford model.

Go foreign.


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