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sunshine1875
10-06-2009, 03:47 PM
What is the latest?

Hibernian - Hughes confirmed
Celtic - Mowbray confirmed 17th June
Aberdeen - McGhee confirmed 12th June
Falkirk - vacant, looks like Eddie May along with Elvis
Motherwell - vacant, possibly Butcher / Malpas
Hertz - possible vacancy if Shaba walks
St. Johnstone - possible vacancy if McInnes is tempted by possible West Brom vacancy:greengrin

Have I missed any? Could be over half the premier league will have new managers.

jgl07
10-06-2009, 03:52 PM
What is the latest?

Hibernian - Hughes confirmed
Celtic - Mowbray preferred, but gone quiet
Aberdeen - McGhee preferred, but gone quiet
Falkirk - vacant, too early to call
Motherwell - future vacancy if McGhee goes
Hertz - possible vacancy if Shaba walks
St. Johnstone - possible vacancy if McInnes is tempted by possible West Brom vacancy:greengrin

Have I missed any? Could be over half the premier league will have new managers. What's the latest with the Celtic / Dons appointments?
You have missed:

Hamilton if Billy Reid goes to Motherwell or Falkirk.

St Mirren if McPherson goes to Falkirk or Motherwell.

sunshine1875
10-06-2009, 03:58 PM
You have missed:

Hamilton if Billy Reid goes to Motherwell or Falkirk.

St Mirren if McPherson goes to Falkirk or Motherwell.

:dizzy: yes, there could be a few more - Levein to Herttz if Shaba walks

Jack
10-06-2009, 04:01 PM
Well, with all the chatting Ally McCoist has been doing in the media over the season and Wattie having just won the league, it wouldn’t surprise me if McCoist took over at Greyskull.

It would also allow the ‘V’ pair to come back into the team ‘under new management’, play until Christmas, and then Rankers sell at top price.

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10-06-2009, 04:09 PM
:dizzy: yes, there could be a few more - Levein to Herttz if Shaba walks


That would surprise me, honestly.

But I have hopes that the Unwashed will fail to get Mowbray, and have to approach Motherwell for McGhee....

I'm glad we did the job quietly and quickly, and without any obvious disrespect towards Falkirk.

It means we can sit back now and watch the fun.

Let the games begin! :devil:

jgl07
10-06-2009, 04:42 PM
:dizzy: yes, there could be a few more - Levein to Herttz if Shaba walks
You have got to be joking.

Levein fled like a scalded cat as soon as Romanov appeared on the horizon.

He let it be know that he would never work with an owner who was signing players.

ancienthibby
10-06-2009, 04:42 PM
That would surprise me, honestly.

But I have hopes that the Unwashed will fail to get Mowbray, and have to approach Motherwell for McGhee....

I'm glad we did the job quietly and quickly, and without any obvious disrespect towards Falkirk.

It means we can sit back now and watch the fun.

Let the games begin! :devil:

But, since his time at FirPark, McGhee has proved himself to be a complete harlot, so.............
he should be going to Greyskull!!:devil:

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10-06-2009, 04:44 PM
But, since his time at FirPark, McGhee has proved himself to be a complete harlot, so.............
he should be going to Greyskull!!:devil:


DayJah VOOH.

It'll be MoJo all over again, again. :rolleyes:

Hibby70
10-06-2009, 06:24 PM
What if

McGhee takes the Aberdeen job
Jeffries takes the Falkirk job
McPherson takes the Killie job
McInnes takes the West Brom job
Shabba takes any job

It would be like runaround (without Mike Reid obviously)

It would also leave the Jumbos with Tango man or Mixu

sunshine1875
12-06-2009, 03:51 PM
Now updated.......


What is the latest?

Hibernian - Hughes confirmed
Celtic - Mowbray preferred, but gone quiet
Aberdeen - McGhee confirmed 12th June
Falkirk - vacant, too early to call
Motherwell - vacant, possibly Butcher / Malpas
Hertz - possible vacancy if Shaba walks
St. Johnstone - possible vacancy if McInnes is tempted by possible West Brom vacancy:greengrin

Have I missed any? Could be over half the premier league will have new managers. What's the latest with the Celtic appointment?

sunshine1875
17-06-2009, 09:12 PM
Now updated............


What is the latest?

Hibernian - Hughes confirmed
Celtic - Mowbray confirmed 17th June
Aberdeen - McGhee confirmed 12th June
Falkirk - vacant, looks like Eddie May along with Elvis
Motherwell - vacant, possibly Butcher / Malpas
Hertz - possible vacancy if Shaba walks
St. Johnstone - possible vacancy if McInnes is tempted by possible West Brom vacancy:greengrin

Have I missed any? Could be over half the premier league will have new managers.

O'Rourke3
17-06-2009, 10:23 PM
Good shout at a change at Der Hun. With TM at Celtic and the promise of some spending Wattie could easily decide he's rubber ducked, change his mind and invent some form of allergy that "forces" him to retire. Leaving Super Swally to get out played and out maneuvered by a rejuvenated 'Tic.:agree:

Of course no-one but us foresees the rise of the might Cabbage (1st) or the emergence of one season wonders St Johnstone (RU) leaving TM in his usual 3rd place.:devil:

Moulin Yarns
18-06-2009, 05:18 AM
Talking to a Saint Johnstone fan at work, if McInnes goes his preferrence would be John McGlynn fron Raith, I suggested the dream team reunites, McGlynn and Frail. Under the circumstances, quite successful in the past.

ScottB
18-06-2009, 12:33 PM
Think Smith will hang around at least till the end of their Champions League campaign, then may well move upstairs as it were...

sunshine1875
11-01-2010, 07:56 PM
Updated with season's changes to date.

Hibernian - Hughes confirmed
Celtic - Mowbray confirmed 17th June
Aberdeen - McGhee confirmed 12th June
Falkirk - vacant, then filled by Eddie May along with Elvis
Motherwell - vacant, then filled by Gannon who left, now temporary by Brown
Hertz - possible vacancy if Shaba walks
D.Utd - vacant, with Levein off to Scotland
Kilmarnock - vacant with JJ off 11th January
Rangers - Smith possibly on his way.

Wasn't wrong when I said "could be over half the premier league will have new managers". Have I missed anyone?

jacomo
11-01-2010, 11:58 PM
Surely it's insane for Killie to part company with Jumbo n Bully now, with the Arabs and Well also looking for a new manager? These three will be competing with each other, especially as none of them have the money to employ someone under contract elsewhere.

Glad we're not in that position!

sunshine1875
29-01-2010, 05:03 PM
Updated - only Smith, McInnes, Reid and McPherson still in the same job since the end of last season


Updated with season's changes to date.

Hibernian - Hughes confirmed
Celtic - Mowbray confirmed 17th June
Aberdeen - McGhee confirmed 12th June
Falkirk - vacant, then filled by Eddie May along with Elvis
Motherwell - vacant, then filled by Gannon who left, now temporary by Brown
Hertz - vacancy now Shaba sacked
D.Utd - vacant, with Levein off to Scotland
Kilmarnock - Calderwood temp until end of season with JJ off from 11th January
Rangers - Smith possibly on his way.

Wasn't wrong when I said "could be over half the premier league will have new managers". Have I missed anyone?

sunshine1875
25-03-2010, 07:11 PM
It has been some season for managerial changes. I make it 11 changes during the season so far.

Updated again - only Smith, McInnes, Reid and McPherson still in the same job since the end of last season.



Updated with season's changes to date.

Hibernian - Hughes confirmed pre-season
Celtic - Mowbray confirmed 17th June, sacked 25th March, Lennon in temp charge
Aberdeen - McGhee confirmed 12th June, but jacket on a shoogly peg
Falkirk - vacant, then filled by Eddie May along with Elvis, May sacked 11th Feb, Elvis in temp charge until end of season.
Motherwell - vacant, then filled by Gannon who left, now Craig Brown
Hertz - Shaba sacked 29th Jan, replaced by Jumbo Jim
D.Utd - Levein off to Scotland in December 2009, replaced by Houston
Kilmarnock - Calderwood temp until end of season with JJ off from 11th January
Rangers - Smith possibly on his way at season end.

sunshine1875
12-05-2010, 09:45 AM
With the season now almost over, I cannot recall one with so many managerial changes. Yogi is now the 4th longest serving manager having only joined Hibs in the summer. And by the start of next season he could be at least the 2nd longest serving if Smith decides to call it a day and either Reid or McInnes leave their clubs. Amazing!

We also end the season with four managers on a temporary basis - Lennon, Calderwood, Houston and Brown. It will be interesting to see how all this pans out.

Updated with season's changes to date.

Hibernian - Hughes confirmed pre-season, looks certain to be at ER next season
Celtic - Mowbray confirmed 17th June, sacked 25th March, Lennon in temp charge, Celtic now looking for Mowbray's replacement
Aberdeen - McGhee confirmed 12th June, but jacket on a very shoogly peg
Falkirk - vacant, then filled by Eddie May along with Elvis, May sacked 11th Feb, Elvis in temp charge until end of season, now confirmed in post.
Motherwell - vacant, then filled by Gannon who left, now Craig Brown on a temporary basis
Hertz - Shaba sacked 29th Jan, replaced by Jumbo Jim
D.Utd - Levein off to Scotland in December 2009, replaced by Houston on a temporay basis until end of the season
Kilmarnock - Calderwood temp until end of season with JJ off from 11th January
St. Mirren - vacant, McPherson sacked on 11th May
Rangers - Smith possibly on his way at season end due to Rangers financial problems
Hamilton - Reid has done well and could be tempted away for a better offer
St. J - McInnes has done well and could be tempted away for a better offer