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8 minutes ago, santaponsasaint said:

Was down at the stadium today and bumped into Davie Longwells Dad who I know from the u20s games. He's was telling me that Davie has left Orlando and signed a 7 year deal with New York Red Bulls to manage their Academy. Good luck to him.

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Fantastic stuff. All the best to him.

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29 minutes ago, santaponsasaint said:

Was down at the stadium today and bumped into Davie Longwells Dad who I know from the u20s games. He's was telling me that Davie has left Orlando and signed a 7 year deal with New York Red Bulls to manage their Academy. Good luck to him.

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Amazing stuff, what a move that is. 

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Was down at the stadium today and bumped into Davie Longwells Dad who I know from the u20s games. He's was telling me that Davie has left Orlando and signed a 7 year deal with New York Red Bulls to manage their Academy. Good luck to him.
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Do we have a sell on clause?

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15 hours ago, munoz said:

Every manager we've had in the last 40 years and beyond have had performances like last Saturday. 

And got slated for them. Quite right too.

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David Longwell is a great guy. Anyone who has spent time in his company will have seen his passion for football and coaching. I don't know him that well at all but met a number of times over the years and he was a brilliant guy who was immensely committed to doing the best for our great club and deserves all the success he is currently experiencing.

 

Well done David and I wish you all the best in your new role and going forward in your career.

 

A bit like the talents of Stevie Mallan, Kenny McLean, Stephen and John McGinn we were lucky to have them at our great club.

 

 

 

 

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19 minutes ago, Mr Zo said:

David Longwell is a great guy. Anyone who has spent time in his company will have seen his passion for football and coaching. I don't know him that well at all but met a number of times over the years and he was a brilliant guy who was immensely committed to doing the best for our great club and deserves all the success he is currently experiencing.

 

Well done David and I wish you all the best in your new role and going forward in your career.

 

A bit like the talents of Stevie Mallan, Kenny McLean, Stephen and John McGinn we were lucky to have him at our great club.

 

 

Would love to see him back one day as manager . 

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David Longwell is a great guy. Anyone who has spent time in his company will have seen his passion for football and coaching. I don't know him that well at all but met a number of times over the years and he was a brilliant guy who was immensely committed to doing the best for our great club and deserves all the success he is currently experiencing.
 
Well done David and I wish you all the best in your new role and going forward in your career.
 
A bit like the talents of Stevie Mallan, Kenny McLean, Stephen and John McGinn we were lucky to have them at our great club.
 
 
 
 


Agree with every word here. Likewise, don't really know him, but met him enough times that we know each other by face and to say hello to through Saints events / activities. He's a great guy, and knows what he's doing. Hope he comes back to the club some day.

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Did he do that great a job?

I'm not sure - I'd say about averageish!

Good luck to him but I'm not pining for his return - he can stay the prince ower the water as far as I'm concerned.

They come & they go but we remain what we are a yo-yo team who'll win a cup competition every generation or so.

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Did he do that great a job?
I'm not sure - I'd say about averageish!
Good luck to him but I'm not pining for his return - he can stay the prince ower the water as far as I'm concerned.
They come & they go but we remain what we are a yo-yo team who'll win a cup competition every generation or so.


Is that a nationalist's generation or a unionist's generation?

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