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Was it too good to last?

Derek McInnes is the bookies favourite to take over at Sunderland.

If there is a vacancy at Aberdeen, what's the chance of JR doing a 'Fergie' and moving on to Pittodrie?

Can St Mirren do anything to stop this from happening or should we just accept the inevitable?

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2 minutes ago, northstbuddie said:

Was it too good to last?

Derek McInnes is the bookies favourite to take over at Sunderland.

If there is a vacancy at Aberdeen, what's the chance of JR doing a 'Fergie' and moving on to Pittodrie?

Can St Mirren do anything to stop this from happening or should we just accept the inevitable?

Drew? Where are you? Warm up yer' catchphrase...

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33 minutes ago, northstbuddie said:

Was it too good to last?

Derek McInnes is the bookies favourite to take over at Sunderland.

If there is a vacancy at Aberdeen, what's the chance of JR doing a 'Fergie' and moving on to Pittodrie?

Can St Mirren do anything to stop this from happening or should we just accept the inevitable?

Moyes to Aberdeen :rolleyes:

 

Should have read all the posts first...  VivaLaDron

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McInnes has found his club/level , after failing in England before. Sunderland , over the last few years , have proven to be a difficult club to manage , massive support , but the finance to succeed at the highest level doesn't seem to be there , I think he'll stay at Aberdeen !

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42 minutes ago, northstbuddie said:

Was it too good to last?

Derek McInnes is the bookies favourite to take over at Sunderland.

If there is a vacancy at Aberdeen, what's the chance of JR doing a 'Fergie' and moving on to Pittodrie?

Can St Mirren do anything to stop this from happening or should we just accept the inevitable?

Everything was going fine until you popped up :)

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I think now Sunderland may well take the opportunity to re-build in every dept, so appointing the likes of McInnes, young, time served with some success would be in line with that. Of course there are plenty of other managers who fit that bill.

Newcastle achieved the bounce back by holding on to a very experienced, and successful European manager, Brighton followed suit by believing in the great work Houghton had done at other clubs. McInnes isnt in their 'Achievement' league, but he will be cheap!

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51 minutes ago, northstbuddie said:

Was it too good to last?

Derek McInnes is the bookies favourite to take over at Sunderland.

If there is a vacancy at Aberdeen, what's the chance of JR doing a 'Fergie' and moving on to Pittodrie?

Can St Mirren do anything to stop this from happening or should we just accept the inevitable?

Silly season at last. :clapping

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6 hours ago, northstbuddie said:

Was it too good to last?

Derek McInnes is the bookies favourite to take over at Sunderland.

If there is a vacancy at Aberdeen, what's the chance of JR doing a 'Fergie' and moving on to Pittodrie?

Can St Mirren do anything to stop this from happening or should we just accept the inevitable?

Cant see it to be honest He's never managed in the top league, and never won anything . The Fakes managers is a more likely candidate, him and John Hughs:lol:

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