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      Best post-war manager of all time

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      Salavaria
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      Best post-war manager of all time
      Apr 26, 2020 12:42:15 pm
      The BBC running a poll on this. Slur Alex is winning at the moment. We're represented by Shanks, King Kenny and Sir Bob. I voted Paisley. Bit of fun, but somebody needs to stop Fergie running away with it!

      https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/52371056
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      Re: Best post-war manager of all time
      Reply #1: Apr 26, 2020 02:25:12 pm
      Alf Ramsay can do one. Luckily he was managing after the war otherwise that linesman would have probably ruled the third goal out!  ;D
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      Reply #2: Apr 26, 2020 02:29:47 pm
      Ferguson will win that vote, because what he did will have stuck more in people's minds with it being recent. Tbf also no other manager since has got anywhere close to winning the league for the mancs ;)
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      Reply #3: Apr 26, 2020 02:30:20 pm
      Always think these things are pointless as they're just weighed by club bias
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      Reply #4: Apr 26, 2020 02:37:18 pm
      The absolute greats for me are Shankly, Busby, Stein and Paisley.

      Gentlemen and what they did for British football won't be matched.
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      Reply #5: Apr 26, 2020 02:45:16 pm
      It's a pointless argument. Sir Alex will definitely run away with it. 13 League titles alone is enough to put him top of that list
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      Reply #6: Apr 26, 2020 02:50:43 pm
      It's a pointless argument. Sir Alex will definitely run away with it. 13 League titles alone is enough to put him top of that list

      But three Europan cups during his time makes Paisley better!

      Still a lot to learn young one.

      Plus btw we don't have ultras on the kop, scallies yes, ultras no!!  ;)
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      Reply #7: Apr 26, 2020 03:29:51 pm
      The absolute greats for me are Shankly, Busby, Stein and Paisley.

      Gentlemen and what they did for British football won't be matched.

      Always laugh at the fact Busby used to play & Captain Liverpool

      A good wind up to remind the mancs that the road which leads up to their stadium is named after a Liverpool captain
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      Reply #8: Apr 26, 2020 03:40:40 pm
      Always laugh at the fact Busby used to play & Captain Liverpool

      A good wind up to remind the mancs that the road which leads up to their stadium is named after a Liverpool captain

      Wasn't until he died tbh a lot of Liverpool fans my age cottoned on to the fact Busby played and captained the reds.

      Liverpool made a concerted effort as there was a national minutes silence for Busby and didn't want divvies ruining it. Bits in the proey & echo about Busby.

      A lot of older reds also mentioned how he was great mates with Shankly and if we sullied Busby's memory, we were sullying Shankly's memory etc etc.
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      Reply #9: Apr 26, 2020 03:41:57 pm
      Bit of a big window 70 odd years no?  These dumb ass journos need to pick another war as a time stamp,maybe post 'sticking it to the argies, old boy' should be the mark now?
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      Reply #10: Apr 26, 2020 03:50:24 pm
      Bit of a big window 70 odd years no?  These dumb ass journos need to pick another war as a time stamp,maybe post 'sticking it to the argies, old boy' should be the mark now?

      Don't you mean "Gotcha" like the rags headline after the sinking of the Belgrano.
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      Reply #11: Apr 26, 2020 06:31:46 pm
      Voted for Bob obviously, in his short time as Manager he won the lot, hero.
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      Reply #12: Apr 26, 2020 07:57:29 pm
      But three Europan cups during his time makes Paisley better!

      Still a lot to learn young one.

      Plus btw we don't have ultras on the kop, scallies yes, ultras no!!  ;)


      Guess it depends on what a person values more. If you asked someone who had a better previous season Klopp or Pep, it would depend on what they value more: 1 Champions League or a treble, Beating PSG, Bayern and Barca or dominating England domestically.
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      Reply #13: Apr 26, 2020 10:46:10 pm
      It's a pointless argument. Sir Alex will definitely run away with it. 13 League titles alone is enough to put him top of that list

      Wouldn’t say that. It took him a long time to achieve that. It’s certainly not at the level of Bob wining 6 leagues and 3 European cups in 9 years.

      Fergie will win it, hands down and it’s a pointless poll to even be running because a lot of people seem to have forgotten football existed before the Premier League and Fergie dominating it.
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      Reply #14: Today at 01:11:59 pm
      Fergie wins these things as if there isn't a debate to be had. Sure, he was a great manager domestically. His longevity is pretty unique, his ability to build excellent teams almost seamlessly over two decades is a great achievement. Yet his record in Europe is really bad considering the number of years he competed, the funds he had and the pulling power of the club. Nor did he evolve football in any way, create any particular style for others to follow.
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      Reply #15: Today at 01:16:56 pm
      As much as I hate to admit it it probably is Ferguson. to win that many titles and regenerate the team so many times is quite incredible when you think about it.

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