the rebels got the same kind of forum, proboards. maybe redlloyd thinks this is theirs. ha ha we got the spoils of worthing rebellion and if he takes us to brazil i may be tempted to go over there and buy every englishman i see some beer. cheers
Post by prettyreckless on Dec 19, 2010 22:48:29 GMT 8
^ I agree. Haha
He's lifted the team to great heights. I hope we keep him long enough - this stupid plan of Martinez to replace him and revamp the whole team is unnecessary and counterproductive to what we've so far established. He's clearly brought a lot to the table, and it's only fit for him to keep his job.
Post by kodamarancher on Dec 31, 2010 11:36:58 GMT 8
just an inquiry...(http://soccernet.espn.go.com/columns/sto....=global&cc=5739 )the locals know that, no matter how hard they work in training, they will be replaced when the foreign players come in..so they are eventually planning to drop the locals...
Hey, I brought back this thread up again. Glad to tell you that Coach Simon is finishing up his AFC "A" coaching license course in Manila, before returning to Indonesia next week.
We're glad he's stepping up the game now.
Anyway, here's an interesting article about him:
FROM SUSSEX TO MANILA...AND BACK AGAIN[/color] by James Goyder (18 Feb 2011) James Goyder meets Simon McMenemy, who packed more into 2010 than most people manage in a decade.
2010 was not a vintage year for English managers. Roy Hodgson and Steve McClaren are the latest to fall by the wayside with the quest to find a homegrown successor to Fabio Capello looking increasingly doomed due to the dearth of qualified candidates.
One English manager whose reputation has been significantly enhanced over the course of the past 12 months is Simon McMenemy. He began the year as assistant manager at Worthing Town in the Isthmian League Division One South and ended it by taking the Philippines to the semi finals of the AFF Suzuki Cup, the second leg of which was witnessed by an incredible 88,000 fans.
As footballing stories go this is one of the most incredible you are ever likely to hear but it is not just about one man’s extraordinary ascent up the managerial ladder, it is also about how an entire nation learned to love the beautiful game.
delubyo69: huh...bakit binawi ata?
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myers: pinoy, any livecommentary for Global Manila - AirForce game?
May 23, 2013 20:17:42 GMT 8
Caz: Malditas goal disallowed. FT THA 1-0 PHI
May 23, 2013 23:10:42 GMT 8
stealthStriker: The goal never went in daw... just a clerical error. false alarm.
May 24, 2013 10:21:28 GMT 8
stealthStriker: *the ball i mean
May 24, 2013 10:21:43 GMT 8
stealthStriker: Thai's goal was an offside according to ph malditas coach. if you see the match report, the Thai's really struggled, and they're are playing physical as shown by those 4 yellow cards. Well just like their Mens NT.
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