Tony Adams' new job


#21

I was about to type that exact post. :smile:


#22

Thank you, Oliver. In my opening post I was suggesting that IF he came here, not as manager, but in some capacity on the training ground, he might instill a bit of ‘steel’ in some of the team, a quality that’s been lacking to a large extent.


#23

Just tuned into a bit of Adrian Trollham and his line on this one is that Isco and co should be made to apologise to Adams in person :laughing:

What piffle


#24

Would it have been more respectful if they at least asked for a ribena? :santi2:


#25

If he can’t give Granada steel then what would he do here on the training ground.


#26

He could give Theo a boot up the hole for starters


#27

Well, there’s no one here doing much ‘steeling’ at the moment as far as I can tell. You’d think Bouldy would being doing a bit more than impersonating a fucking Toby Jug.


#28

And Maybe show him some line-dance moves also! :arteta:


#29

Isco does have a point, though:


#30

If anything, in that photo Isco looks like the dude from short circuit.


#31

What’s ‘steeling’ anyway. A lot of our players came from rough backgrounds.


#32

:joy:


#33

Why?

I loved Tony Adams the player, but as a manager the guy is a complete farce. How the fuck does he keeps getting offers?


#34

Good luck. Do they want to get relegated again?


#35

I don’t really like Tony Adams so I hope he does end up joining Sunderland and completely flopping as a manager for about the 5th time


#36

have to wonder also what sort of players would he honestly be able to attract or even coach properly. If a players sees his coaching efforts from those Vids for the last team would he think yeah i think i will want this guy nurturing me and making me a better player. As soon as another team comes forward they would be gone!


#37

id like to see the big man at Sunderland tbh. Not so confident in anything other than it being a hilarious trainwreck, but IMAGINE the scenes if Ranieri Leicester 2.0


#38

Hopefully 1 of his managerial stints are successful. He’s all talk but no action.


#39

They’ll get over it once they see the paycheck.