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Team: Bayern Munich

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03 Jul 2016 21:20:31
Have heard that we are in for a German player who is playing for Schalke 04.


1.) 03 Jul 2016 21:52:39
That not who we got pukki fae?

2.) 03 Jul 2016 22:31:27
I would guess the Russian/ German Neust├Ądter on a free transfer.

3.) 03 Jul 2016 23:04:51
Is he not away to Besiktas? Hope its Leroy Sane . . .

4.) 03 Jul 2016 23:10:30
Haha we can only hope.

5.) 03 Jul 2016 23:22:06
Donis Avdijaj maybe? Highly rated and was on loan at Stum Gratz?



13 May 2016 19:09:27
Have been told it will be one from the usual boring list eg Lennon, Keane Moyes does the board have no imagination, Please anyone but Lennon or Keane.


1.) 13 May 2016 20:09:35
If they don't hurry up the way the managerial merry-go-round is spinning, they will be left with just Lennon.
Personally I would have liked Rogers, AVB or Hiddink, but Roy Keane could be the right man at the right time for both parties as we need discipline, drive and direction.

2.) 13 May 2016 20:29:16
Keane would be great for about 4 months and then everything would fall apart as he falls out with everyone at the club.

3.) 13 May 2016 21:16:48
Said earlier that the more I think about it and listening to what lawell was sayin the more I'm convinced that Lennon will be back! Talk of moyes and Rodgers is never going to happen IMO.

4.) 13 May 2016 21:18:16
Who told you that mate.

5.) 13 May 2016 21:18:23
Why does everyone torture themselves (and everyone else who listens to the unsubstantiated rumours) by guessing who will be the new manager? Please have the patience to wait and see what will be revealed. Who knows, it may be saviour or a dud, only time will tell. And no matter what his past record may be, remember Napoleon said, "Don't give me clever generals, give me lucky ones! "

6.) 13 May 2016 22:47:46
If we did that the eds would be out of a job. Why come into a rumours site and basically tell people not to post rumours lol.

7.) 14 May 2016 00:17:37
Keane ? absolutely not, as an assistant maybe, but not head coach. Usual suspects i see, what about Martinez ? Hope more than expect someone surprising, but expect it to be Lenny, or Mr Baxter :-)

8.) 14 May 2016 02:54:54
Really can't see it being Lennon. I really hope not too.

I didn't fancy Rodgers at first but must admit I'm warming to that a bit.

I bet however it will be none of the main contenders but we shall see.

9.) 14 May 2016 08:05:06
My gut feeling since the start of this has been that we'll see NL again.

10.) 14 May 2016 08:22:24
I hope to God your wrong jimtim. I would like to see a manager come in that can take us to the next level. Someone with a proven European record someone who will excite the fans and have cultic playing the fast flowing one touch football we can play and should be playing.

11.) 14 May 2016 08:36:00
I hope I am too marco!

12.) 14 May 2016 10:24:13
The thing about Lennon is that he was a young inexperienced manager, the first time round, he is older and more experienced now, and maybe wiser, he might surprise a few people the way he manages a team now, on the other hand he might not have changed at all, but he might be worth taking a chance on.

13.) 14 May 2016 10:39:45
I'm not going to get into his personal behaviour/ problems, but Lennon's stock is at an all time low in management terms. It's lower than it was when he was a novice.

He thought he'd walk into an EPL job, and didn't. He started whoring himself for any job in England, and was getting rejected by teams like Huddersfield. He finally took a job at Bolton, a basket case of a club to be fair, but failed spectacularly.

What is it people think he learnt there? What did he learn from that failure that will improve us?

Tbh the fact he even chose to go there (same with Lambert at Blackburn) already has me questioning his decision making.

He was a decent manager for us, who got lucky across a period of time - and thought that luck was more than it ultimately was. He thought he could go on to bigger and better things (which I have no problem with) but came up short.

I have zero issue with ambition, or with wanting a new challenge. I do have a problem with someone failing elsewhere and returning, tail between his legs, as a new saviour. No thanks.

More than this, more than ANY of this, he's not a good enough manager to take us forward- and if he wasn't a former celt, he'd be laughed out of town as a potential candidate.

14.) 14 May 2016 11:36:15
Is hard to judge though, look at the great job Strachan did at Middlesborough.

15.) 14 May 2016 12:14:19
He wasn't hired based on that though, that came after. Besides, I don't think he's the way forward either.

16.) 14 May 2016 14:21:54
I don't know why we are even thinking Lennon will have a chance of getting the job, One of the ed's posted that there is NO chance of him returning after the carry on the last time.
PL states that the board decides and ed mentioned there are 2 members of the board that will not consider Lennon.

I have a feeling that they will get it right this time and bring in a manager that we can all get behind, wil the dark side back in the spl they cannot take chances.

17.) 14 May 2016 18:14:17
We need a proven European manager someone who commands respect and who the players can look upto and buy into his style of Football.

18.) 14 May 2016 20:19:16
TPP, the point I was ytryimg to makkewas that Strachan left Celtic, went down to Middlesborough, messed up, but look how well is standing went up at the Scotland job, although I'm my opinion he has never been much of a manaager.

19.) 14 May 2016 20:53:32
I wouldn't want Neil Lennon back as manager, I think that it would end up being a circus all over again.
I don't understand the argument though that says he was lucky when he was the manager here. I think the opposite was actually the case, he had a pretty good team in 2012/ 13, it wasn't his fault that the board decided to sell the likes of Wanyama, Hooper, Lesley, and Wilson, within the space of a year, that seems unlucky to me.
I think if Lennon finds himself a stable club where he can manage the team without a lot of nonsense behind the scenes, then he will do a decent job for somebody.

20.) 14 May 2016 20:59:16

I got what point you were making but what I'm saying is it's neither here nor there because the example you are using wasn't before he was Celtic Manager - so he wasn't hired inspite of it -and I don't want him post it. So it's a bum example. It would be more apt to use TM given that he hadn't done so well in his last season with WBA before we hired him, but even then, I'd say it was slightly different given his success there previously.

That's the difference here.

Take the Celtic connection out of the equation and look at NL rationally. Has he done anything of merit to get the job? What has changed since he left - other than his own managerial standing.

We aren't talking about a Moyes or a Rodgers here: both of whom were successful in the EPL before a fall from grace. We aren't even talking about a Mackay or Lambert: both of whom were successful in the Championship before a fall from grace.

We're talking about someone who's only real managerial success was at us two years ago, and even then that success isn't that impressive given the circumstances.

21.) 14 May 2016 21:41:16

I think he was lucky because his time (and consequent success) coincided with Rangers' demise.



24 Apr 2016 00:04:03
Have heard from my cousin in Germany that Fc Augsburg coach Markus Weinziel has agreed a deal to manage Celtic on a 2 year deal.


1.) 24 Apr 2016 07:09:38
Have you really though? Is your cousin close pals with him? What a load of rubbish.

2.) 24 Apr 2016 07:32:57
That would be a fantastic coup. But very unlikely.

3.) 24 Apr 2016 10:16:21
I think he's the kind of manager we hoped we were getting when RD arrived. Would be an excellent choice.

4.) 24 Apr 2016 13:48:39
I doubt we have been drawn up a list and Celtic also only do 12 month rolling contracts

Pity though seems to be a popular choice on this forum.

5.) 26 Apr 2016 22:58:27
Disastrous 2 yr term totally disastrous, I don't care if it was he top manager in the EPL . Oh sorry no top managers in EPL.




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30 Apr 2016 22:28:05
What does Desmond know about football, Keane has an atrocious record as a manager, we need a manager who has a proven European track record none of the names mentioned so far hardly excite me.




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20 Dec 2015 23:32:20
lets hope so heard than a German from a Bundesliga 2 club looks set to accept job but not until end of season, from a good source I would prefer O'Neil the Nouthern Ireland manager.




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Talking nonsense, he joined Hamburg 5 days ago




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Please, Please, No, we need someone with a proven track record it seems to me Desmond picks the man regardless of the board





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