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Could Sunderland come in for Harris?
22 October 2017 14:44 Post ID: #1558320
GeroniMO
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I Hope they will go for a 'big name' someone like Coleman or Strachan, but Harris is getting rave reviews and would be cheap. Lets face facts Grayson is fucking dog shit and will take them down, sure they will get rid soon.
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22 October 2017 14:52 Post ID: #1558324 - in reply to #1558320
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I would imagine that they'd look at Neil Harris and decide that is what they should do - get their own version. Ie A Sunderland legend who knows the club inside out and can get the fans back on side and united.

That or a big name, out of work manager - Nigel Pearson perhaps.

Doubt they'd go for Harris or even think about him.
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22 October 2017 15:15 Post ID: #1558332 - in reply to #1558320
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I might be getting confunkled as don't get the opportunity to talk about this for five hours on a match day but we used to liken Harris thinking to Teddy, which is a bit strange considering his non management, yet always believed Harris would make a great manager because of his game insight as a player.

I don't doubt there is some american football aspect at play at the Den, with defence and offence working separately however finding a player that can be a manager, especially a sole player from the same club, is not that easy. Bomber, fucking chopper, can take Millwall up. Up to him if he wishes to forsake such a fantastic opportunity just to take some shit norvern side up over that of legendary in the book for eternity at the Den status.

Seriously, have a fucking laugh.

Just saying...

I fucking hated dennis wise towards the end, midget cunt. He'd be good for Sunderland.
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22 October 2017 15:16 Post ID: #1558333 - in reply to #1558320
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"Harris would be cheao"

Returnofthetank, would harris be cheap?

"No fuck off."

There's your answer.
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22 October 2017 15:18 Post ID: #1558334 - in reply to #1558320
Supreme MO
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Big Sam surely.
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22 October 2017 18:02 Post ID: #1558355 - in reply to #1558320
MOjo
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Cant see Harris going anywhere. The other mans grass isnt always greener. Its cut throat out there and Neil at least knows what he has to work with here.
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22 October 2017 18:40 Post ID: #1558360 - in reply to #1558320
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He won't go anywhere because he knows the success he has had so far is mainly because of his relationship with the club. He has the respect of the players and knows how the club works. A few more seasons here, gaining experience, will make him much more of a target for other clubs.
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22 October 2017 19:02 Post ID: #1558365 - in reply to #1558320
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Can see Harris getting us promoted within three seasons. He could not do that anywhere else.
Harris and Millwall go together.
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22 October 2017 19:32 Post ID: #1558367 - in reply to #1558360
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tony_dolby - 22/10/2017 18:40

He won't go anywhere because he knows the success he has had so far is mainly because of his relationship with the club. He has the respect of the players and knows how the club works. A few more seasons here, gaining experience, will make him much more of a target for other clubs.


This is what i said in the summer when the possibility of bomber being a target fot bigger clubs was mentioned. I don't think he'd want to go anywhere at the moment. Others said 'of course he'll go if he gets offered a big contract' - but i honestly think bomber is shrewd enough to want to stay put for the foreseeable.
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