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Good luck because if you think the team USA job is preparation for the premiership your going backwards. We want the midlands to hold it head up high in the premiership not struggle & that''s what will happen to our arch rivals.
Posted 09:35 10th August 2010
I''d love to see Bradley given the chance. He has done wonders with the US team with, let''s be honest a lot of average players plus 1 or 2 good players. I think he could do a job for us. As for no prem experience everybody has to get their experience somewhere and I''m sorry to say even as a Villa fan I can''t see us going above 7th this season, money needs to be spent but Bradley has shown he can do a job with the players he''s given. Come on Randy talk to the man, get him in before Vienna and let''s get moving in the transfer market before it''s too late!!
Posted 09:33 10th August 2010
Bob who??? I have never heard of this man and do not think he is the sort of appointment we need to bring the club forward. That said I don''t know who is available that would make a hugely positive impact. First choice would have been Mark Hughes had he not gone to Fulham. Also as it is widely rumoured that O''Neill left due to a lack of transfer funds who is going to want to come in to work with the squad we currently have (minus milner) and no money to spend? bad times for Villa
Posted 09:22 10th August 2010
Bradley is a great coach but he would need a no 2 with premiership and Villa experience, maybe Southgate.
Posted 09:22 10th August 2010
That aint a bad choice at all mate..just because he has no prem experience doesnt mean he has no managerial experience at all.. lets see now.....took his country out the group stages in WC and went out on a good performance level with his team...he''s also tactically smart the way he wants his players to be an move on the pitch, and being in the prem where the players he would have at his hands, he would be sure to succeed..great choice!!!!
Posted 09:07 10th August 2010
Would love to see Bob Bradley come to Villa, he made a good name for himself in south africa and would be eager to do well in england. I would be happy with either him, Guus Hiddink or Martin Jol all good managers and i think villa need a good name to come in, don''t want someone from the championship to give them a chance were to much of a big club for that!
Posted 09:03 10th August 2010
Martin Jol or else we''ll go backwards. Bob Bradley has no premier league experience. I might as well stick in an application for the job if we are going down them roads.
Posted 08:46 10th August 2010
Erm.........................No thanks bob! Klinsmann yes!!!
Posted 08:21 10th August 2010
You do this Villa and you will be struggling in this league! This will be the most terrible appointment since the kaiser said "Yeah, pop over Adolf, i''ve got a business proposition for you!!!"
Posted 08:00 10th August 2010