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  1. Hi Davy, Can I reserve 6 seats please if possible? Thanks
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    Next Scotland Manager ?

    A number of media outlets reporting tonight that Moyes will leave West Ham at the end of the season. Does that bring him back into it?
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    Next Scotland Manager ?

    Really hope the talk of Billic is true. Of the 4 mentioned would be top of the list by a long way.
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    Next Scotland Manager ?

    The Times newspaper saying that the SFA board are looking at Clarke. As for Smith, very much hope that’s just a nonsense story.
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    Scottish Players in action 17/18

    Also signed a new deal with Stoke as well. Good chance for him to get more first team football
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    European Nations League

    It was 15:30
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    Next Scotland Manager ?

    O’Neill wont be NI manager in a year, his own statement about it not being the right oportunity would suggest he’s waiting for the right club job, which is certainly the talk over here in Belfast. A lot of NI fans I talk to are under no illusion that they will loose him sooner rather than later. Still an utter shambles and from listening the Tom English earlier the IFA have sold us a right dummy in recent weeks.
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    Michael O Neill

    More money and even by the admision of a lot of NI fans over here he’s taken them as far as he can. Brunt, McAuley and Hughes will all retire for a start. He will no doubt see the Scotland job as a new challange with much bigger resources NI based Sun journo on Radio Ulster this morning saying he expects him to go to Scotland job. He wont just jump at the first club job. If the Sun is also to be believed there is no compensation if its another international job.
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    Michael O Neill

    There was an article like that but it was quotes from Jimmy Nicholl. He was interviewed in the Belfast Telegraph over here in October talking about his reluctance to move into club management due to the lack of control and trigger happy chairman. He will be tempted by us, I’m certain of that. NI squad getting older and dont have the structure below to back it up like we do. Though he could be a good bet for the Burnley job if Dyche goes to Everton. I personally think he will be our new manager.
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    Michael O Neill

    Fully expect SFA to make an approach in next few weeks
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    Next Scotland Manager ?

    BBC gossip saying mackay will only be in charge for this game.
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    Next Scotland Manager ?

    O'Neills attention to detail on every game is staggering, if he comes he'll bring Austin McPhee with him who does all the video analysis for NI.
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    Next Scotland Manager ?

    My NI supporting work colleagues have all accepted he would leave at the end of this campaign, the 3/4 deal he signed last year was to ensure the IFA get the right compensation. I thought Regans press conference today was also pointing away from the usual out of work suspects.
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    Next Scotland Manager ?

    Just heard Roddy Forstyh (5 live) on Radio Ulster over here. They had him on asking him about Michael O'Neill. Forsyth indicated he's the man the SFA want and that they will be prepared to pay the compensation money, spoke of bonus incentives and offering a better salary than he's on currently. Would certainly add weight to what Tom English said last night that the SFA really do need to splash the cash to get the right man. NI made about £9mil from the Euros
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    Next Scotland Manager ?

    I dont understand the negativity about Moyes (not that I'm bigging him up for the job) he got hung out to dry at United, as good a record as jose and van gal had in season 1 and compare that to what those two spent since Moyes left. Sunderland were just a clusterf**k from day one and had been on the brink for years. His stint in Spain you could argue was his worst but at least he had the balls to give it a go, many other managers would have sat on the sofa.
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