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Before we got Rioch I wanted Dario Gradi. I think we should go for him, as we need some better PR.

Lived in Rochdale for yonks and saw a lot of Dale over the years, especially in that spell that led to first promotion from L2, as has been said, never had any money but oversaw great work in the acad

Just heard from The Bantry Club on Derby St, that a well known local sauce company have been successful in their bid, with the proviso that the new manager plays five up front. It’s a clear case

18 minutes ago, snowball said:

dont think we should appoint someone just because they played for us 

Agree, but they shouldn’t be dismissed either. Coyle might have been a failure but Sam was a huge success.

i think Nolan should be a contender.

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3 minutes ago, Blondi said:

Just typed in Kevin Nolan on twatter, looks like he's nailed on to become our next manager.🤘

I love Nolan but not keen on this, unless we have someone above him helping him

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5 minutes ago, jimmyjoojar said:

Keith Hill all day for me.

Even after that dismal run of results towards the end at Rochdale his win % average is still a v decent 39.4%.

 

I pretty much agree with you. 

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I'm in the Keith Hill camp but given this season is pretty much a free go as it were, I'm more than happy to see Nolan given a chance if it gets the fans onside and we just give it a good crack.

12 minutes ago, boltondiver said:

Such as?

Anyone but Allardyce.

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59 minutes ago, boltondiver said:

Such as?

Someone who has been there and done it and doesn't want to be hands on anymore, maybe just an advisory role such as Redknapp with Lampard last year, perhaps a Curbishley

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2 minutes ago, Belgrade Wander said:

I love Nolan, but I'd go with Keith Hill this time, he's got a lot of experience at this level

You can't really go with a young, unproven manager when you've got no squad and -11 pts

Isn't it the perfect time? We're going down so a year to build a team for next season and find your feet.

I'd argue its the perfect time for a younger manager - no pressure, no expectancy and a group of fans who are united again and not looking to criticize.

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Just now, bwfcfan5 said:

Isn't it the perfect time? We're going down so a year to build a team for next season and find your feet.

I'd argue its the perfect time for a younger manager - no pressure, no expectancy and a group of fans who are united again and not looking to criticize.

This. But with an s in criticise.  

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I think of all the possible names mentioned, Dean Holden sounds best, considering pretty much all of them are massive punts.

At least he's had almost 3 years of being at a club that doesn't spend loads, plays decent football and have been fairly successful for their size. 

Can't expect him to replicate it, but it's probably the best punt we've got if the few names mentioned are the only ones available. 

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