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If Hurst is to go who do we want?

Gary Brabin would be the ideal, short term, cheap option for the rest of the season.

Neil Aspin, Gary Mills, Justin Edinburgh, Richard Money, Graham Westley, Dave Penney, Martin Allen,  Chris Wilder would all be ambitious appointments but would take a lot of tempting.

We will hear Paul Trollope, Micky Adams and Ronnie Moore floating around but for me we want a manager who has non league experience just for the simple reason any manager who has been promoted out of this division has a few years experience in non league before getting out of the division.

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steve burr wouldn't be to hard to get away from chester I don't think, did well at kiddy by playing good football and can always spot a player but has not done to well at chester but I like him.

Ronnie moore a good shout but don't think he would fancy it here tbh.


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Wouldn't be averse to Ronnie Moore if he'd come here


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Neil Aspin, Gary Mills, Justin Edinburgh, Richard Money, Graham Westley, Dave Penney, Martin Allen,  Chris Wilder would all be ambitious appointments but would take a lot of tempting.
Stating the obvious, but the ones I've highlighted are at league 2 clubs, no offense but why on Earth would they want to come here at all? If we had millions to spend then yeah maybe, but we haven't.

Gary Mills, and definitely Martin Allen for sure woudn't come here, he's got the best chance of adding a promotion to his CV as champions of the conference premier.


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steve burr wouldn't be to hard to get away from chester I don't think, did well at kiddy by playing good football and can always spot a player but has not done to well at chester but I like him.

Ronnie moore a good shout but don't think he would fancy it here tbh.


Moore is 61, does he know much about this level of football? Also not sure his style of football would be appreciated at Town but he'd be in the mix for me. He was sacked at Tranmere for a £2 acca. Burr has been offered the Town job, or an interview at least and declined so he can do one.
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If Hurst is to go who do we want?

Gary Brabin would be the ideal, short term, cheap option for the rest of the season.

Neil Aspin, Gary Mills, Justin Edinburgh, Richard Money, Graham Westley, Dave Penney, Martin Allen,  Chris Wilder would all be ambitious appointments but would take a lot of tempting.

We will hear Paul Trollope, Micky Adams and Ronnie Moore floating around but for me we want a manager who has non league experience just for the simple reason any manager who has been promoted out of this division has a few years experience in non league before getting out of the division.



All other things being equal I would probably go for Dave Penney. He did an excellent job at Doncaster and knows lower leagues football. The question mark would be - why is he nowadays only assistant manager at Southend?



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Steve burr for me


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My money's on the mighty mariner.

He's cheap and knows the club inside out.

Looking forward to his interviews with Hullberside.


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With Ronnie Moores recent troubles I hope we keep away. Although he had 2 promotions 16 years ago he hasn't done much since and he doesn't have conference experience which I think is key. Can you name me a manager from the conference who has been a success without having at least 1 year of non league experience before going into a job. John Still and Richard Money both had plenty of experience in the conference before getting promoted last year. Justin Edingburugh had 6 years before he got promoted at Newport. Paul Cox had 6 years at Eastwood before getting promoted. Steve had 8 years. Gary Mills,  Chris Wilder, John Coleman all had plenty previously before being successful at this level. I would keep away from Burr, he assembled a decent squad for that one season which Kiddy almost did it but Hurst has got us to the play-offs twice which Burr has only done once.
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This thread shows our lack of realistic options - depressing.
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