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Thread: Is Alex Neil a candidate for the Scotland job?

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    And then look how it turned out.Better luck for the future David.

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    why would anyone choose to step down from Man Utd to Celtic?

    Moyes would make an excellent Scotland manager, really hope hes chosen and more so is a success.
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    Quote Originally Posted by janiejones View Post
    Alex Neil 20/1 with Sky Bet. Moyesie 7/4, Malky Mackay 7/2 and Paul Lambert 9/2 are the favourites. Darren and Alex Ferguson both at 33's. One name I didn't see quoted in the betting, Wee Billy Krankie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by raefil View Post
    why would anyone choose to step down from Man Utd to Celtic?

    Moyes would make an excellent Scotland manager, really hope hes chosen and more so is a success.
    He would, he will be and he will be....
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    I imagine AN isn't anywhere in the thoughts of the selectors. Far too inexperienced.

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    Is Alex Neil a candidate for the Scotland job?

    Quote Originally Posted by chorleythehord View Post
    David Moyes once told me when he was just starting at North End that his ambition was one day to become Scotland manager. A more likely candidate maybe?
    Bullshit. Moyes ambition was to manage in Europe at that point in his career.

    He was pulling your plonker, no one wants to end up managing Scotland unless they are demented.


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