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Re: Culverhouse -"was never staying".
« Reply #15 on: May 08, 2018, 05:25:23 PM »
Think King's Lynn need to go for a guy that's a very good coach, with local contacts. Culverhouse has implemented a style that will be attractive to players, and if the next coach can continue and deliver great coaching sessions, it will appeal to the players that are hungry (young/just released that may still have ambitions of making either league football or top of non league football) and they will want to join.

I think they could easily go for a guy that's technically a great man manager and knows plenty of contacts, but if it tends to be more journeyman arriving I think it would have a negative impact and wouldn't be great long term if club were to be promoted. The current style is better long term I feel.

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Re: Culverhouse -"was never staying".
« Reply #16 on: May 08, 2018, 05:35:06 PM »
I be the first to acknowledge that the chairman has made a few two footed tackles this season. His first full season running a club. Hopefully he will learn from the errors. I have no doubt Ian did do his bit.......( however read above.)
Mr Cleeve did what he said WITH THE TEAM hopefully other stuff will now follow.

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Re: Culverhouse -"was never staying".
« Reply #17 on: May 08, 2018, 06:48:13 PM »
I really hope the club is now in a position to attract a higher calibre of applicant than some of those mentioned.

Mills... sacked from only previous 2 jobs at Rugby (?) and Corby

Greene..... Now managing at bottom half of step 5

Taylor.... Did a great job here last time, but maybe a bit long in the tooth now.... not been involved at this level for a while

Gainsborough guy.... weren't they relegated this season ?  was sacked because of their lowly League position.

Sam G...... No experience of Management... Good Guy, but a massive risk

Like many have to say I like the sound of Simon Lappin, But would also throw another name in the hat..... How about Ryan Jarvis ?  Still much to offer as a player, but has been there  and don it as a player and played under some great Managers....  How about him with say Nigel Worthington or Micky Chapman ( his old boss at Lowestoft) ?  Micky could sure get people fired up to play.  He took Lowestoft from  Thurlow Nunn  to Conference North, with a Wembley appearance thrown in for good measure.  Great Local contacts as well

Ryan Jarvis is currently coaching a Norwich City Academy shadow squad, at under 17 I think, so he is clearly interested in coaching and has, as you say, bags of experience. I would rather have him or Lappin in charge for the continuity with Culverhouse.

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Re: Culverhouse -"was never staying".
« Reply #18 on: May 08, 2018, 06:52:27 PM »
I really hope the club is now in a position to attract a higher calibre of applicant than some of those mentioned.

Mills... sacked from only previous 2 jobs at Rugby (?) and Corby

Greene..... Now managing at bottom half of step 5

Taylor.... Did a great job here last time, but maybe a bit long in the tooth now.... not been involved at this level for a while

Gainsborough guy.... weren't they relegated this season ?  was sacked because of their lowly League position.

Sam G...... No experience of Management... Good Guy, but a massive risk

Like many have to say I like the sound of Simon Lappin, But would also throw another name in the hat..... How about Ryan Jarvis ?  Still much to offer as a player, but has been there  and don it as a player and played under some great Managers....  How about him with say Nigel Worthington or Micky Chapman ( his old boss at Lowestoft) ?  Micky could sure get people fired up to play.  He took Lowestoft from  Thurlow Nunn  to Conference North, with a Wembley appearance thrown in for good measure.  Great Local contacts as well

Who is Sam G????

Re: Culverhouse -"was never staying".
« Reply #19 on: May 08, 2018, 08:27:21 PM »
Lol.Sam Gaughran.

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Re: Culverhouse -"was never staying".
« Reply #20 on: May 08, 2018, 09:12:06 PM »
If money was no object - Eddie Howe.

However, Simon Lappin or Ryan Jarvis - or both? Could they work together? Both will have contacts and possibly some On Loan players from Norwich. AFC Bournemouth farm out some to Weymouth and other local teams.
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Re: Culverhouse -"was never staying".
« Reply #21 on: May 08, 2018, 09:16:21 PM »
Bournemouth ‘loaned’ plenty of players to Norwich in the 70s. Machin, Benson, Powell, Boyer, McDougall. To name a few, Mike  :laughcry: