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Thread: Is Cardiff City's 'potential' an attraction?

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    Is Cardiff City's 'potential' an attraction?

    To the next manager.

    • Capital city
    • Recent top flight experience
    • Support base

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    Re: Is Cardiff City's 'potential' an attraction?

    Crowds averaging 20K in the championship and 30K in the premiership.
    For many managers we are a very good option. We don’t have to appoint someone from the “bargain basement”

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    Re: Is Cardiff City's 'potential' an attraction?

    Quote Originally Posted by Forest Green Bluebird View Post
    To the next manager.

    • Capital city
    • Recent top flight experience
    • Support base
    Wednesday are bigger than us and can't get a manager

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    Re: Is Cardiff City's 'potential' an attraction?

    Quote Originally Posted by Forest Green Bluebird View Post
    To the next manager.

    • Capital city
    • Recent top flight experience
    • Support base
    Pay Cheque every month and a tidy contract. Most people in football don't give a ****.

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    Re: Is Cardiff City's 'potential' an attraction?

    We are an attractive proposition to out of work managers with no chance of a PL job.

    Maybe to a lot of lower league managers.

    To attact a decent name theyd want substantial funds. Thats why we are not in the least bit an attractive option to the likes of Eddie Howe.

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    Re: Is Cardiff City's 'potential' an attraction?

    Quote Originally Posted by WJ99mobile View Post
    Wednesday are bigger than us and can't get a manager
    Not sure I agree with that point given their points deduction this season.

    Their fan base is probably top 10 in the country however.

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    Re: Is Cardiff City's 'potential' an attraction?

    Of course Cardiff City is an attraction.

    There are a handful of unemployed managers who can afford to pick and choose and wait for the plumest job (Howe may be one) but most good managers will look at Cardiff - stadium, financial backing, twice in Premier League in last decade, size of fan base - and see a major attraction.

    Any worth their salt, with self belief, should expect to push for promotion in the next year or two.

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    Re: Is Cardiff City's 'potential' an attraction?

    Quote Originally Posted by Forest Green Bluebird View Post
    To the next manager.

    • Capital city -----------Council ruining the city
    • Recent top flight experience---------------Yo Yo club
    • Support base-------------maybe 10,000 season tickets before lockdown

    Not looking so great, is it

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    Re: Is Cardiff City's 'potential' an attraction?

    Quote Originally Posted by jon1959 View Post
    Of course Cardiff City is an attraction.

    There are a handful of unemployed managers who can afford to pick and choose and wait for the plumest job (Howe may be one) but most good managers will look at Cardiff - stadium, financial backing, twice in Premier League in last decade, size of fan base - and see a major attraction.

    Any worth their salt, with self belief, should expect to push for promotion in the next year or two.

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    Re: Is Cardiff City's 'potential' an attraction?

    Whether Cardiff is an attraction or not the job certainly is. 300-500k pa possibly, any manager would be interested, unless they are rich enough not to want it.

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