posted by The Galloping Major at
12/07/2006 04:49:00 PM
You are the other candidates do you think? Think Steve Nichol would be interested?
By TheBusbyBoy, at 5:06 PM
I am flabbergasted. This was publicized as a done deal, an afterthought that he already accepted the position. Don't think Nichol has the pedigree quite yet. Houiller,Peckermen, Quierez are rumoured to be in the mix but I say bring back Bora! Maybe we can nick Staunton away from the FAI ;)Whoever gets the job is going to be dealing with ghost of Klinzi...BTW - can some of you more blog savy folks tell me why the soccernet link doesn't work. Driving me bonkers, kinda like Super Fan Gulati!
By The Galloping Major, at 5:18 PM
Get red of the www in your link. I know it looks like this:http://soccernet.espn.go.com/news/story?id=394971&cc=5901but the link is actually pointing to this:http://www.soccernet.espn.go.com/news/story?id=394971&cc=5901
By TheBusbyBoy, at 7:04 PM
I meant...get rid of
Surprised by this but know none of the particulars - did Jurgen lead them on? This week it seemed certain the position was to be filled by him - what ruined it? Jurgen could have had a cushy job, no-one expects the US to be any good in 2010 and it has to be less pressure than he faced as coach of the hosts in 2006.... Would love to know more. Bring on the usual suspects - Sven/Steve Nicol (I'd crack up at that)/Phillip Troussier....
By Simon Burke, at 11:50 AM
"no-one expects the US to be any good in 2010"Sorry Simon, you are obviously aware of project 2010. Please educate yourself before posting in future.
By TheBusbyBoy, at 1:43 PM
I thought that changed to Project 3010? Once Rosicky's second goal went in I am sure Arena changed the 2 to a 3...
By Simon Burke, at 1:47 PM
I am talking about America's plan to win the World Cup in 2010 - but you are just being ridiculous.
By TheBusbyBoy, at 3:08 PM
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