SORRY BLUES!!! Stu has to go. Whos Next?

Sorry to say thisand I know I will get some stick for this. Stuart Pearce is a great block but as a life long city fan I have to say its time to go. The question is who should replace such a legend? I have had 15 names given to me by fellow Bules. Wot do U think. Paul Simpson (Preston) Danny Wilson (Hartleypool) Chris Coleman (Fulham) Jim Gannon (Stockport) Brian Horton (Out Of Work) Tommy Wright (Ballymena) Andy Morrison (Worcester City) Uwe Rösler (Viking F.K) Mike Newell (Luton Town) Shaun Goater (Bermuda Hogges) Paul Dickov (Manchester City) Bruce Arena (Redbull Newyork) Frank Farina (Queensland Roar) Ken McKenna (TNS) David Pace (Droylsden)

Asked By: Alex C - 3/7/2007
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Coco the clown is free I think? Leave pearce alone he's doing a massive job :-)
Answered By: mrhoppy22 - 3/7/2007
Additional Answers (7)
He's just brought in Kenny Jacket (ex Swansea manager), so I'm afraid it's all downhill from now.
Answered By: pontoise - 3/7/2007
Paul Dickov would make an intresting manager. Not sure how good he wuld be but might be worth takeing a risk with if psycho cant turn things around
Answered By: murphman777 - 3/7/2007
Like YOU, I am, ALSO, a life-long Citizen, - having been through "GOOD" times, AND "BAD", - and, I say THIS... More
Answered By: tammipup - 3/7/2007
u think man city very easy to manage???
Answered By: sam - 3/8/2007
I think he has to go not alot has changed since keegan left in fact its has got worse but I would sack him in the summer look at west ham they sacked thier manager and it got worse. At leasted when keegan was here we had anelka who could score goals. Peace is a good person but as a manager hes not. As for that list... More
Answered By: Manc 07 - 3/9/2007
Paul Simpson only
Answered By: Manny - 3/11/2007
If you want, you can borrow Curbishley on a full time basis.
Answered By: hammers - 3/11/2007
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