News: Hans Backe Out as NYRB Head Coach (Official)

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  1. MasterShake29

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    No surprise here.
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    So who are some of the candidates? Petke himself? Steve Nicol? Someone well known like Redknapp?
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    Was there anything serious to those McAlister rumors?


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    Hope not. I don't want him.
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    Petke start his coach career influenced for the RBNY Scandinavian, so, I don't think he will be a good idea, Nichols Is a 45mm burned cartridge, coaching for so many years a unsuccessfully team like the REVs, but I will prefer him instead of McAllister, but again, I think that will be the capped rooster for

    Andy Roxburgh that was appointed as the new sporting director......
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    Tony Adams!!!!
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    I'd rather have McAllister.
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    I'd love to have Nicol.
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    How about Sigi Schmidt? I think he might get the axe..
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    He's won 3 trophies in 4 years, they'd be stupid to can him. But, if they do, I'd take him in a heartbeat.
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    For some reason I think he's going to be fired. Seattle hasn't won squat in the postseason and I think they view that as the next step, they don't want any more open cup trophies lol. I remember there were rumors of him possibly getting canned last season..
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    Nicol or Sigi would be great. Honestly anyone from MLS with considerable success would be great. We need a coach who has worked in MLS before.

    For me I think Nicol would be the obvious choice. He had done well with the Revs and I would love to see how he would do with the squad we have.
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    I've always liked former Dallas and Puerto Rico and current Carolina coach Colin Clarke. He was the manager of PR when they beat Los Angeles in the CCL.
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    Not only did he do well with the Revs, but he did well through scouting and development because Kraft had the pocket book tied up with the Patriots.

    I'd love to see what he can do when the purse strings are a little looser.
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    Edit : I'm clearly blind

    FWIW, I forget if the reviews from Dallas were positive or negative
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    Seattle would be stupid to get rid of him. Pretty much every team would take him in a heartbeat.

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