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Currie to Southend?

Postby Pingorock » 09 Sep 2019, 08:29

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Re: Currie to Southend?

Postby BoingBoingDazzleArmy » 09 Sep 2019, 09:32

Being linked with League 1 jobs but some people still find things to moan about him. Top young manager, we need him to stay
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Re: Currie to Southend?

Postby beesknees99 » 09 Sep 2019, 10:07

Nonsense again. DC is totally unproven. Until he achieves something here - whether it’s finishing in the top 7, or even better - higher level clubs would be unwise to take a punt.
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Re: Currie to Southend?

Postby BoingBoingDazzleArmy » 09 Sep 2019, 10:24

beesknees99 wrote:Nonsense again. DC is totally unproven. Until he achieves something here - whether it’s finishing in the top 7, or even better - higher level clubs would be unwise to take a punt.


Wow :lol:
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Re: Currie to Southend?

Postby MCB » 09 Sep 2019, 10:34

The only DC moving is Danny Cowley to Huddersfield.
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Re: Currie to Southend?

Postby hoppy » 09 Sep 2019, 10:34

beesknees99 wrote:Nonsense again. DC is totally unproven. Until he achieves something here - whether it’s finishing in the top 7, or even better - higher level clubs would be unwise to take a punt.


Lincoln City took a punt on an unproven Danny Cowley. It worked out quite well for them.
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Re: Currie to Southend?

Postby mcleod23 » 09 Sep 2019, 10:48

I wouldn't say Cowley was totally unproven. Got a small budget side in Braintree to the play-offs. That shows a degree of application over the course of a season.
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Re: Currie to Southend?

Postby becbee » 09 Sep 2019, 10:51

hoppy wrote:
beesknees99 wrote:Nonsense again. DC is totally unproven. Until he achieves something here - whether it’s finishing in the top 7, or even better - higher level clubs would be unwise to take a punt.


Lincoln City took a punt on an unproven Danny Cowley. It worked out quite well for them.


The difference being that Danny Cowley had won 3 promotions in his time at Concord Rangers, going from Essex Senior League to NLS. Then in his final season with them reaching FA Cup 1st round proper and only just missing out on Play Offs. He then went to Braintree where they finished 3rd in NL and so were in the Play Offs.
So albeit at non league level, it cannot be said that he was unproven. And Lincoln were non league when he joined them. Southend are League 1.
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Re: Currie to Southend?

Postby jerroll » 09 Sep 2019, 10:51

mcleod23 wrote:I wouldn't say Cowley was totally unproven. Got a small budget side in Braintree to the play-offs. That shows a degree of application over the course of a season.

A team that had finished higher in the league than Lincoln the previous season. Personally I wish DC gets the chance to finish the job he has started but I'm sure he is highly ambitious so Southend may appeal although they have been in relative freefall for the last 18 months.
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Re: Currie to Southend?

Postby Tuesds » 09 Sep 2019, 11:07

Doesn’t Currie live over that way? Might be why some are putting two and two together and making five (not four, I hope, as I think we’ve got half a chance of doing something this season with him in charge).

Re Cowley, his Braintree spell was indeed sandwiched by not only Lincoln but also Concord, where he showed that he knew which side his bread was buttered, and stood up for his club’s honour when we offered them what they considered to be sub-standard post-match sustenance after our FA Cup tie. He’s always moved on while still on the rise, before things go stale, so it’s no surprise that he’s hungry to move on.
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Re: Currie to Southend?

Postby BeeDeceived » 09 Sep 2019, 11:24

Currie is our biggest asset and should be protected as such.
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Re: Currie to Southend?

Postby BoingBoingDazzleArmy » 09 Sep 2019, 11:33

BeeDeceived wrote:Currie is our biggest asset and should be protected as such.


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Re: Currie to Southend?

Postby MCB » 09 Sep 2019, 12:10

BeeDeceived wrote:Currie is our biggest asset and should be protected as such.


I'm sticking my neck out and agreeing with you. Maybe not financially, but in terms of what he can do for the club in the next 3-5 years, and bringing club and fans together. And also appreciating that he has not yet had real opportunity in the transfer market.

Also, he seems to be constantly 'rated by clubs in the football league for his coaching skills' so yeh.
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Re: Currie to Southend?

Postby mcleod23 » 09 Sep 2019, 12:42

Coaching skills differ from managerial success though...let's see what happens.
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Re: Currie to Southend?

Postby Jon83 » 09 Sep 2019, 18:36

Chief reporter @ Southend Echo says no truth in the rumours re DC. Would be surprised if DC left us for anywhere in the football league at ‘this stage’ of his managerial career.
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