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[Albion] Liam Rosenior - Next Brighton manager?



holybanjo

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Mar 2, 2020
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I know I’ll probably get criticised for the timing of this but it doesn’t really matter. The reality is that whilst De Zerbi has committed his future at the club and we all want him to stay as long as possible, there is no guarantee that next season we qualify for Europe again and in that scenario it would seem likely that RDZ moves on. I’m sure the club have already got a shortlist for their next manager based on a variety of scenarios. The most likely is that we get to the knockout rounds and maintain our top 10 status. This all depends on recruitment and injuries of course.

One candidate who has emerged recently and has spoken in glowing terms about RDZ is Liam Rosenior at Hull. Now we all know that Hull have hardly set the Championship alight this season but next season they are a team to watch under him.

I think a De Zerbi disciple with links to the club and someone without a big profile is a very Brighton kind of appointment in the future. He seems to be very intelligent in the way that he talks about what RDZ has done I have no doubt that with these comments he has put himself in that shop window with this future in mind!
 














ElectricNaz

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Jan 23, 2013
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Honestly he has to be on the shortlist. Also keen to see how Russel does at Saints with I guess a bit of money behind him. Got a defined playing style, just had no money for anything there.

At Championship level you can almost look past results and look at the bigger picture, ie are all players on board, are they implementing it etc. If they aren't good enough to succeed, then that can be either the manager being too single minded (problem), or lack of funding meaning the manager is hamstrung a bit (no problem).
 


PILTDOWN MAN

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Hugo Rune

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Feb 23, 2012
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Hopefully it’ll be him next.

Amazing human being (look at the Steele embrace after the City match, Jason thinks so too!).

He probably needs 4 or 5 years of successful management and studying RDZ etc to get the job. Hopefully we’ll have RDZ at the helm of our team for that period of time as a minimum term while we wait for Liam to get the right experience.
 


Tom Hark Preston Park

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Jul 6, 2003
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I know I’ll probably get criticised for the timing of this but it doesn’t really matter. The reality is that whilst De Zerbi has committed his future at the club and we all want him to stay as long as possible, there is no guarantee that next season we qualify for Europe again and in that scenario it would seem likely that RDZ moves on. I’m sure the club have already got a shortlist for their next manager based on a variety of scenarios. The most likely is that we get to the knockout rounds and maintain our top 10 status. This all depends on recruitment and injuries of course.

One candidate who has emerged recently and has spoken in glowing terms about RDZ is Liam Rosenior at Hull. Now we all know that Hull have hardly set the Championship alight this season but next season they are a team to watch under him.

I think a De Zerbi disciple with links to the club and someone without a big profile is a very Brighton kind of appointment in the future. He seems to be very intelligent in the way that he talks about what RDZ has done I have no doubt that with these comments he has put himself in that shop window with this future in mind!
Hi Liam :wave:
 




Bozza

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Jul 4, 2003
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Surely Nathan Jones. He's got the links to the club, Premier League management experience and done the job once for us already.
We'll need to move fast - he'll be back at Luton for the 739th time at Christmas when they panic at being adrift at the bottom of the league.
 








Albion in the north

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Jul 13, 2012
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Ooop North
Going back to the OP. Why does it "seem likely" that RDZ would move on? Not sure I ever really understand people posting with that kind of certainty. He may move, he may want the challenge. Who knows? Only RDZ I would suspect. Unless the thread starter is RDZ of course.
 


Icy Gull

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Jul 5, 2003
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Surely Nathan Jones. He's got the links to the club, Premier League management experience and done the job once for us already.
I have to assume that is very tongue in cheek!!

Nathan must be spitting feathers, how ironic that he jumped ship, helped Saints get relegated and the team he walked away from twice are now PL.

Anyone who suggests he should be anywhere near the Albion again must have a bit of Palace DNA coursing through their veins :lolol:
 


SeagullsoverLondon

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Jun 20, 2021
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We'll need to move fast - he'll be back at Luton for the 739th time at Christmas when they panic at being adrift at the bottom of the league.
Bozza I think your right. I suspect ruthless Tony will give RdZ the heave go after today's game, like he did to CH, stating he doesn't believe Roberto can take us further, and that Nathan is the man for the job.
 








Cheshire Cat

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Russell Slade has unfinished business.

As has Martin Hinchlewood
 


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