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Save Pearce from England job

On the day when there is much speculation that Alan Curbishley is the front runner to become the new England manager, the results of our own web poll show that although most Blues think Pearce could step up to become national team manager, even on a part time basis, but they don't want him to and would prefer him to concentrate on the City managerial hotseat.

We asked: 'Could Psycho do the City and England job together?' and the response was:



Yes - piece of cake: 12%

Yes - but rather he didnt: 64%



Not Sure: 4%

No Way: 20%



My own view is that the England job doesn't need a full time coach.

Would I like to see Psycho as manager?

I guess the answer is absolutely yes...... but not just yet, as he's our best chance in years of doing something with the club, and we don't want to blow this chance.






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Date:Sunday March 12 2006

Time: 1:35PM

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i think its too early for psycho to be england manager, a couple of years and he will be the dogs though
vertigo_red
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24/03/2006 23:52:00

Cannot agree more with you vertigo. With experience and his passion, he could be the man.
FEn_100
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29/04/2006 16:10:00

 

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