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    IF SOL BAMBA HAD NOT LEFT CARDIFF CITY THIS SUMMER ...

    ... he could have been manager much sooner than even he could have thought?

    StT.
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    Re: IF SOL BAMBA HAD NOT LEFT CARDIFF CITY THIS SUMMER ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve the Tea View Post
    ... he could have been manager much sooner than even he could have thought.

    StT.
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    He must have been devastated the way he was treated. Would he even consider becoming our manager? Probably not. A terrible waste of talent. Short termism...again.

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    Re: IF SOL BAMBA HAD NOT LEFT CARDIFF CITY THIS SUMMER ...

    What makes you think he would be a good manager.

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    Re: IF SOL BAMBA HAD NOT LEFT CARDIFF CITY THIS SUMMER ...

    Quote Originally Posted by IanD View Post
    He must have been devastated the way he was treated. Would he even consider becoming our manager? Probably not. A terrible waste of talent. Short termism...again.
    Run like a league one club

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    Re: IF SOL BAMBA HAD NOT LEFT CARDIFF CITY THIS SUMMER ...

    Quote Originally Posted by 2b2bdoo View Post
    What makes you think he would be a good manager.
    Gut instinct

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    Re: IF SOL BAMBA HAD NOT LEFT CARDIFF CITY THIS SUMMER ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Dorcus View Post
    Gut instinct
    Fair enough.
    I don't see it myself.

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    Re: IF SOL BAMBA HAD NOT LEFT CARDIFF CITY THIS SUMMER ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Dorcus View Post
    Gut instinct
    Plus...resilience, experience, charisma. He has a good brain on him and is approachable. The sort of ex player players would look up to and respect. More likely he will make a move into TV punditry though.

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    Re: IF SOL BAMBA HAD NOT LEFT CARDIFF CITY THIS SUMMER ...

    Nice guy, a decent pro

    would make a decent Coach imho

    not sure on a manager though, sometime you have to be tough, otherwise the changing room runs itself ( Dave Jone )

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    Re: IF SOL BAMBA HAD NOT LEFT CARDIFF CITY THIS SUMMER ...

    Quote Originally Posted by IanD View Post
    Plus...resilience, experience, charisma. He has a good brain on him and is approachable. The sort of ex player players would look up to and respect. More likely he will make a move into TV punditry though.
    But that describes many other players who go into coaching and management. Not many make it to the top sadly.

    Ex players are often better off at starting their coaching career lower down the leagues.

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    Re: IF SOL BAMBA HAD NOT LEFT CARDIFF CITY THIS SUMMER ...

    If Bamba had not left this summer we'd be spending even more money on a player who doesn't play.

    Currently we have manager who is vastly experienced and is not performing well and you'd replace him with a person who has no experience whatsoever? Not even coaching at a junior level, but he'd be well liked. I'm afraid Bamba has to 'learn the ropes' first. Bellamy would be a better option, at leats he has coached youngster and gone to Belgium and coached U23s and 1st team. Not sure if he'd be welcomed back though, and he says he's not well at the moment.

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    Re: IF SOL BAMBA HAD NOT LEFT CARDIFF CITY THIS SUMMER ...

    Quote Originally Posted by IanD View Post
    He must have been devastated the way he was treated. Would he even consider becoming our manager? Probably not. A terrible waste of talent. Short termism...again.
    Given that hes on a player contract at Boro why should the club have given a 36 year old a contract extension?

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    Re: IF SOL BAMBA HAD NOT LEFT CARDIFF CITY THIS SUMMER ...

    I love Sol Bamba but why would we want him to be our manager?

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