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Chris Coleman 13:12 - Nov 19 with 1877 viewsForestGreenRovers

Seemed to jump ship far too soon to go to Sunderland.

Could Swansea have afforded him or don't they have enough to pay off Clement?

Pulis anyone?
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Chris Coleman on 14:59 - Nov 19 with 1757 viewscastlejack

I think he jumped into the Sunderland job quick, knowing the next role offered would be to manage the Swans in a few weeks, which he really didn’t want to do

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Chris Coleman on 15:08 - Nov 19 with 1736 viewsbyron

Coleman jumped as he knows he was very lucky to manage who he had with wales at a very good time. He’s an average manager who basically just got given millions of pounds to manage a sinking ship, he can’t really lose, even failure will result in millions in the bank......tough life eh

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Chris Coleman on 15:17 - Nov 19 with 1707 viewsraynor94

Another lucky break for him, he'll soon be found out again, but he'll receive another hefty pay off, so good luck to him

You give it out, you take it back it`s all part of the game

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Chris Coleman on 15:19 - Nov 19 with 1698 viewsN_T_J

Coleman has said he would NEVER manage the Swans.

About 10 years ago he said it because his family have to live in the City if he failed.
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Chris Coleman on 20:51 - Nov 19 with 1458 viewsmajorraglan

I think going to Sunderland is it a good move for him. They are a very big club who have been in a decline for a number of years, if he can’t stop the rot he will be sacked, pick up a big wad and be able to lay a lot of the blame on historic issues within the club. If he can stop the rot and keep them up, he will be hailed a success and get the plaudits. If he can keep them up this year, they will regroup next summer and be in a position to move forward.
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Chris Coleman on 21:00 - Nov 19 with 1422 viewspencoedjack

Chris Coleman on 15:08 - Nov 19 by byron

Coleman jumped as he knows he was very lucky to manage who he had with wales at a very good time. He’s an average manager who basically just got given millions of pounds to manage a sinking ship, he can’t really lose, even failure will result in millions in the bank......tough life eh


I agree

Success for them this season will be staying up which should be easily achieved with the players at his disposal relegation & it will be he took over a club in turmoil

750 k a year & a payoff if he’s sacked happy days
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Chris Coleman on 22:06 - Nov 19 with 1369 viewsbazzool

Chris Coleman on 20:51 - Nov 19 by majorraglan

I think going to Sunderland is it a good move for him. They are a very big club who have been in a decline for a number of years, if he can’t stop the rot he will be sacked, pick up a big wad and be able to lay a lot of the blame on historic issues within the club. If he can stop the rot and keep them up, he will be hailed a success and get the plaudits. If he can keep them up this year, they will regroup next summer and be in a position to move forward.


Yip true, and we,l be moving backwards
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Chris Coleman on 08:08 - Nov 20 with 1256 viewswaynekerr55

If Coleman is/was the answer then we've been asking the wrong questions

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Chris Coleman on 08:40 - Nov 20 with 1221 viewsJJJack

Chris Coleman on 14:59 - Nov 19 by castlejack

I think he jumped into the Sunderland job quick, knowing the next role offered would be to manage the Swans in a few weeks, which he really didn’t want to do


EXactly. AS he's always stated
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Chris Coleman on 08:43 - Nov 20 with 1216 viewsJJJack

Chris Coleman on 21:00 - Nov 19 by pencoedjack

I agree

Success for them this season will be staying up which should be easily achieved with the players at his disposal relegation & it will be he took over a club in turmoil

750 k a year & a payoff if he’s sacked happy days


Agreed. He can & probably will keep them out. He has little to lose and a substantial lot to gain. Taking over Sunderland is an open goal for any semi-competent manager. Apart from managing Celtic I couldn't think of an easier job in British football right now.
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Chris Coleman on 08:53 - Nov 20 with 1208 viewsGarph

Chris Coleman on 08:43 - Nov 20 by JJJack

Agreed. He can & probably will keep them out. He has little to lose and a substantial lot to gain. Taking over Sunderland is an open goal for any semi-competent manager. Apart from managing Celtic I couldn't think of an easier job in British football right now.


The Welsh FA dinosaurs were to slow to confirm Coleman’s future contract so it is to Sunderland’s advantage that they acquires the services of a very good man manager who brings out the best in the players at his disposal, this has been proven time and again with Wales!
Good Luck to you Chris, you deserve success at club level after your successful tenure as Wales best ever manager.
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Chris Coleman on 08:57 - Nov 20 with 1201 viewsJoe_bradshaw

If Coleman finds himself out of work for a spell in future and the Swans make him an offer he’ll go back on his word in the blink of an eye.

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Chris Coleman on 19:24 - Nov 20 with 1039 viewsjacabertawe

Replacements for Coleman and Symons:
Osian Roberts, Manger
Craig Bellamy, Assistant.

An excellent mix of qualities IMO.

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Chris Coleman on 20:38 - Nov 20 with 988 viewswhiterock

Chris Coleman on 19:24 - Nov 20 by jacabertawe

Replacements for Coleman and Symons:
Osian Roberts, Manger
Craig Bellamy, Assistant.

An excellent mix of qualities IMO.


Not sure on Combo, I think Bellers should be cutting his teeth like the guy at Shrewsbury
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