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Lampard 3/1 19:28 - Dec 8 with 3957 viewskizaitfc

Considering it is something most have written off including myself there seems to be a chance of it happening.

Obviously tough to know with bookies odds as I suspect the market isn't particularly big so may be the case a £20 shifts the price significantly.

Personally I'd be happy with Warnock, Manning or Lampard

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Lampard 3/1 on 19:30 - Dec 8 with 3023 viewsjas0999

Wasn’t he 16/1 earlier?
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Lampard 3/1 on 19:33 - Dec 8 with 2971 viewssaffers12

It's more than 20 quid to move that price, the article will have made that change
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Lampard 3/1 on 19:34 - Dec 8 with 2951 viewsellaandred

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Lampard 3/1 on 20:06 - Dec 8 with 2664 viewsHARRY10

Wasn't Redknapp at evens at one stage

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Lampard 3/1 on 20:08 - Dec 8 with 2644 viewsZXBlue

Why on earth are people excited about this prospect?

He has an average record with derby and a reaosnable record with a club vastly more resourced than we will ever be, but was shown up almost instantly by the new manager when replaced.

Nothing to suggest he has greater credentials than any other young manager, Just a name.
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Lampard 3/1 on 20:09 - Dec 8 with 2619 viewsJ2BLUE

Lampard 3/1 on 20:08 - Dec 8 by ZXBlue

Why on earth are people excited about this prospect?

He has an average record with derby and a reaosnable record with a club vastly more resourced than we will ever be, but was shown up almost instantly by the new manager when replaced.

Nothing to suggest he has greater credentials than any other young manager, Just a name.


That is harsh IMO

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Lampard 3/1 on 20:11 - Dec 8 with 2593 viewsNorfolkBlue1

Lampard 3/1 on 20:08 - Dec 8 by ZXBlue

Why on earth are people excited about this prospect?

He has an average record with derby and a reaosnable record with a club vastly more resourced than we will ever be, but was shown up almost instantly by the new manager when replaced.

Nothing to suggest he has greater credentials than any other young manager, Just a name.


In an ideal world we need a young and upcoming manager with potential to grow with us.

One thing we cannot compromise on (based on last nights evidence) is that it needs to be someone that the players have no option but to respect and listen to.

Lampard is one of the only candidates that ticks both of these boxes
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Lampard 3/1 on 20:12 - Dec 8 with 2568 viewswkj

Lampard 3/1 on 20:09 - Dec 8 by J2BLUE

That is harsh IMO


Im a bit unsure of the hype myself in all honesty. He may come good, he may not - but I don't see how people have such an assured view that he's the most qualified candidate.

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Lampard 3/1 on 20:15 - Dec 8 with 2528 viewsJ2BLUE

Lampard 3/1 on 20:12 - Dec 8 by wkj

Im a bit unsure of the hype myself in all honesty. He may come good, he may not - but I don't see how people have such an assured view that he's the most qualified candidate.


Did a good job at Derby IMO.

Was building something at Chelsea. Most of his signings have come good and he brought through the youngsters. Tuchel is obviously exceptional so everyone has forgotten Lampard's contribution. Really think he will end up a very decent manager and has already proven he could do a job here (IMO).

Don't think he would come though to be honest.

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Lampard 3/1 on 20:18 - Dec 8 with 2488 viewswkj

Lampard 3/1 on 20:15 - Dec 8 by J2BLUE

Did a good job at Derby IMO.

Was building something at Chelsea. Most of his signings have come good and he brought through the youngsters. Tuchel is obviously exceptional so everyone has forgotten Lampard's contribution. Really think he will end up a very decent manager and has already proven he could do a job here (IMO).

Don't think he would come though to be honest.


It worries me that he might be a bit too... money reliant? It was reported that he didn't like us the first time because of available resources ... I am worried that success with him could come with a massive cost - Like Harry Redknapp.

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Lampard 3/1 on 20:20 - Dec 8 with 2461 viewsjayessess

Lampard 3/1 on 20:18 - Dec 8 by wkj

It worries me that he might be a bit too... money reliant? It was reported that he didn't like us the first time because of available resources ... I am worried that success with him could come with a massive cost - Like Harry Redknapp.


Well, someone who succeeds with money would be an upgrade right now...

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Lampard 3/1 on 20:21 - Dec 8 with 2447 viewsLord_Lucan

Lampard 3/1 on 20:15 - Dec 8 by J2BLUE

Did a good job at Derby IMO.

Was building something at Chelsea. Most of his signings have come good and he brought through the youngsters. Tuchel is obviously exceptional so everyone has forgotten Lampard's contribution. Really think he will end up a very decent manager and has already proven he could do a job here (IMO).

Don't think he would come though to be honest.


Nor do I if I had to put my shirt on it but they may be able to sell the project to him.

It’s not all about someone’s coaching capabilities, these days it sadly seems that it’s also about whether the players can be bothered to accept the manager.

We are in a crazy situation - as is football in general, it’s widely held these days that a manager can come in a rip the squad up. How many times can you rebuild to suit the manager - it’s bloody ridiculous.

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Lampard 3/1 on 20:22 - Dec 8 with 2405 viewswkj

Lampard 3/1 on 20:20 - Dec 8 by jayessess

Well, someone who succeeds with money would be an upgrade right now...


fair point, I wont complain if we do get him- I support every manager until i can't anymore - i just think we're setting ourselves up for disappointment if we're expecting miracles from him.

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Lampard 3/1 on 20:23 - Dec 8 with 2400 viewsJ2BLUE

Lampard 3/1 on 20:18 - Dec 8 by wkj

It worries me that he might be a bit too... money reliant? It was reported that he didn't like us the first time because of available resources ... I am worried that success with him could come with a massive cost - Like Harry Redknapp.


That was under Evans. Would you have taken the job in his position? Thankless task.

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Lampard 3/1 on 20:25 - Dec 8 with 2356 viewswkj

Lampard 3/1 on 20:23 - Dec 8 by J2BLUE

That was under Evans. Would you have taken the job in his position? Thankless task.


TBF I would have, but I doubt I would have lasted very long. I don't much care to manage football clubs that don't have comfy bucket seats on the bench.

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Lampard 3/1 on 20:25 - Dec 8 with 2323 viewsNthsuffolkblue

Lampard 3/1 on 20:11 - Dec 8 by NorfolkBlue1

In an ideal world we need a young and upcoming manager with potential to grow with us.

One thing we cannot compromise on (based on last nights evidence) is that it needs to be someone that the players have no option but to respect and listen to.

Lampard is one of the only candidates that ticks both of these boxes


I am not sure that is the correct takeaway from last night. We were poor last night. We have been poor a lot ever since Cook took us on. Indeed, we put in some performances like that before Cook too. The impact of Cook going may have been part of the reason for last night but I think it also said McGreal with Dyer is no Gill nor Klug for organising and motivating a team.

Someone like Manning is proving he can organise a team at MK Dons. Maybe he hasn't shown he can build the team in the first place but neither has Lampard to be fair. Players will play for and respect a manager who manages them well. Keane did not work and you won't get a bigger name than he was. It is about management skills and Manning appears to have them. Other managers out there will too.

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Lampard 3/1 on 20:27 - Dec 8 with 2290 viewsjayessess

Lampard 3/1 on 20:21 - Dec 8 by Lord_Lucan

Nor do I if I had to put my shirt on it but they may be able to sell the project to him.

It’s not all about someone’s coaching capabilities, these days it sadly seems that it’s also about whether the players can be bothered to accept the manager.

We are in a crazy situation - as is football in general, it’s widely held these days that a manager can come in a rip the squad up. How many times can you rebuild to suit the manager - it’s bloody ridiculous.


I mean, John McGreal was a premier league footballer, none of our current squad are likely to achieve what he did in football either.

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Lampard 3/1 on 20:28 - Dec 8 with 2262 viewswkj

Lampard 3/1 on 20:11 - Dec 8 by NorfolkBlue1

In an ideal world we need a young and upcoming manager with potential to grow with us.

One thing we cannot compromise on (based on last nights evidence) is that it needs to be someone that the players have no option but to respect and listen to.

Lampard is one of the only candidates that ticks both of these boxes


"In an ideal world we need a young and upcoming manager with potential to grow with us."

Young and hungry is a buzzword. We went that route with Paul Hurst, and that started the next chapter of our decline.

We need one thing and one thing only right now, someone that knows what they're doing.

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Lampard 3/1 on 20:29 - Dec 8 with 2234 viewsZXBlue

Lampard 3/1 on 20:28 - Dec 8 by wkj

"In an ideal world we need a young and upcoming manager with potential to grow with us."

Young and hungry is a buzzword. We went that route with Paul Hurst, and that started the next chapter of our decline.

We need one thing and one thing only right now, someone that knows what they're doing.


And preferably someone who knows the division and how to employ the players and skill levels available within it...
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Lampard 3/1 on 20:31 - Dec 8 with 2200 viewswkj

Lampard 3/1 on 20:29 - Dec 8 by ZXBlue

And preferably someone who knows the division and how to employ the players and skill levels available within it...


I think you're right - time to get Steve Evans in?

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Lampard 3/1 on 20:35 - Dec 8 with 2157 viewsNorfolkBlue1

Lampard 3/1 on 20:28 - Dec 8 by wkj

"In an ideal world we need a young and upcoming manager with potential to grow with us."

Young and hungry is a buzzword. We went that route with Paul Hurst, and that started the next chapter of our decline.

We need one thing and one thing only right now, someone that knows what they're doing.


It’s not really a buzzword, and I didn’t say hungry.

It means someone who is in touch with modern football and doesn’t have a low ceiling of potential.
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Lampard 3/1 on 20:42 - Dec 8 with 2097 viewsPhilTWTD

Don't think there's much chance in it happening.
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Lampard 3/1 on 20:43 - Dec 8 with 2066 viewswkj

Lampard 3/1 on 20:42 - Dec 8 by PhilTWTD

Don't think there's much chance in it happening.


Given the last time you said that, I will get the "Welcome Frank" banners sewn up.

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Lampard 3/1 on 20:50 - Dec 8 with 1961 viewsIllinoisblue

Lampard 3/1 on 20:42 - Dec 8 by PhilTWTD

Don't think there's much chance in it happening.


Any obvious front runner, Phil? Appleton or Pearson?

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Lampard 3/1 on 20:51 - Dec 8 with 1929 viewswkj

Lampard 3/1 on 20:50 - Dec 8 by Illinoisblue

Any obvious front runner, Phil? Appleton or Pearson?


Also, any sense of time line - I know they didn't seem like the were going to rush anything, but last night surely moved the needle up on the urgency front.

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