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alan shearer says no

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by dougierovers (U9885832) 11 June 2008
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so fellow rovers fans big al officially says no to the job. well leaves us with big sam, maclaren, [both unthinkable] ince etc and the one im hoping for dick advocatt. He is the man to take us forward. so what do we think of shearer saying no? personally i think i he's holding out for the newcastle job. Realistically though if he wants to go into management it should be the sooner the better for his sake. I would have been pleased to see him back at ewood but perhaps he should do an ince and start at lower levels. Ideally though it would be great to him as our new managers no2. anyway enough waffling as im shattered, where do we go now??

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posted Jun 12, 2008

Lingardo, grow up.

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posted Jun 12, 2008

Think Shearer is happy with just sitting on the sofa saying nothing of any note and getting paid, rather than having to do a real job.

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posted Jun 13, 2008

shearer had his chance at Newcastle to learn about management but bottled out,so he is not going to change his mind now.He is like most of the so ,called experts on the tv,no hopers. I wish Blackburn all the best in getting a new manager,lets hope their heads rule and not get caught out with bad ideas.

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posted Jun 13, 2008

just remember that mcclaren took middlesbrough to a Carling cup win and two years in the uefa cup,getting into the final.Has for the England job he could only play those players he was left with,it was the press that got rid of him,when he tried to bring in new players,but the new England manager is now doing this,with the same players maclaren wanted.I would say to Blackburn that mcclaren is worth a try.

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posted Jun 13, 2008

wtf i disagree with anyone who says mclaren and management are a gd idea especially at Rovers,
he ought to try his luck somewhere along the lines of Wisbeach or Great Yarmouth as they are as talented as him

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posted Jun 13, 2008

mindsensational is a miss spelling for such a stupid comment,why bother trying to write such a childish remark about a game you seem to no nothing about.lets hope that Blackburn have a bit more brains ,and get a manager that can do the job.

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comment by Ohound (U5480169)

posted Jun 14, 2008

Shearer is a bottler when it comes to management. Good player does not =good manager and he knows that-why do you think Hansen has never become a manager-for all his analysis he knows that it takes more than that-wish Shearer had taken the reins at Newcastle just to show them how lucky they were to have big sam laugh -as for Macca-yah if you want to play championship football next year you will pitcgh for that.

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posted Jun 15, 2008

McClaren is absolutely useless. How can anyone try to defend him over his failures with the England squad. We are talking about a squad which boasted 8 players starting the Champions League final! If he can't even qualify them for the Euro's he doesn't deserve to coach schoolkids!

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comment by pmstar (U13691997)

posted Apr 4, 2009

He is know at Newcastle hehehe

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