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hmmm... weird indeed. Maybe some has, or think they have some inside info.

 

Hopefully Hitzfeld and Oneill are in line before him

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Filipao eh? I'd be pretty surprised to see him here tbh. Ideally, I'd love to see Hiddink or Hitzfeld.

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Does he have any experience of club mangement outside Brazil?

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He's been Portugese boss for the last 2 year...

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luiz_Felipe_Scolari

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I know, I also know they aren't a club side.

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Didn't see that bit. Thought it was an odd question from someone so learned. ;)

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Does he have any experience of club mangement outside Brazil?

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He's been Portugese boss for the last 2 year...

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luiz_Felipe_Scolari

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I know, I also know they aren't a club side.

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Didn't see that bit. Thought it was an odd question from someone so learned. :blink:

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;) Seriously though, wikipedia?

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;) Seriously though, wikipedia?

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You got a problem with wikipedia?

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People can edit it can't they?

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;) Seriously though, wikipedia?

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You got a problem with wikipedia?

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People can edit it can't they?

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Yeah, but it's been independently investigated and shown to have as few inaccuracies as the online encyclopedia Britannica which costs a bomb.

 

I think they've stopped letting anyone edit now too. It's restricted to certain specialists now.

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;) Seriously though, wikipedia?

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You got a problem with wikipedia?

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People can edit it can't they?

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Yeah, but it's been independently investigated and shown to have as few inaccuracies as the online encyclopedia Britannica which costs a bomb.

 

I think they've stopped letting anyone edit now too. It's restricted to certain specialists now.

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Ok then, I'll start using it maybe. I noticed they've removed the bit about Mendieta fighting in the Falklands War.

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;) Seriously though, wikipedia?

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You got a problem with wikipedia?

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People can edit it can't they?

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Yep - precisely how this site is now listed higher on links page than another certain forum on the Newcastle United page! :blink:

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newcastle_United_F.C.

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Was at a Man At C&A catalogue shoot this morning and can confirm that this story is bollocks. The buzz in the modelling world is that it's Le Guen all the way.

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Was at a Man At C&A catalogue shoot this morning and can confirm that this story is bollocks.  The buzz in the modelling world is that it's Le Guen all the way.

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:doubleact:

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Five Grand Bet On Scolari For Newcastle

 

WEIGHTY WAGER ON BIG PHIL TO JOIN GEORDIES.....A William Hill betting shop customer from Mancester has staked £5000 on current Portugal and former Brazil boss Felipe 'Big Phil' Scolari to succeed Graeme Souness as the next permanent Newcastle manager. 'This is the largest bet we can recall taking for a domestic managerial appointment' said William Hill spokesman after the customer, a Scottish Rangers' fan in his fifties, staked his bet when Scolari was quoted at 6/1. Hills immediately slashed him to 3/1 favourite, with Sam Allardyce at 4/1; Martin O'Neill 9/2; 10/1 Erikkson and Kevin Keegan. 'The customer claims he has backed Scolari via a process of elimination - he thinks there are good reasons why every other candidate would not want the job'

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Five Grand Bet On Scolari For Newcastle

 

WEIGHTY WAGER ON BIG PHIL TO JOIN GEORDIES.....A William Hill betting shop customer from Mancester has staked £5000 on current Portugal and former Brazil boss Felipe 'Big Phil' Scolari to succeed Graeme Souness as the next permanent Newcastle manager. 'This is the largest bet we can recall taking for a domestic managerial appointment' said William Hill spokesman after the customer, a Scottish Rangers' fan in his fifties, staked his bet when Scolari was quoted at 6/1. Hills immediately slashed him to 3/1 favourite, with Sam Allardyce at 4/1; Martin O'Neill 9/2; 10/1 Erikkson and Kevin Keegan. 'The customer claims he has backed Scolari via a process of elimination - he thinks there are good reasons why every other candidate would not want the job'

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Daft lads with alot of money then

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BIG PHIL SCOLARI STILL FAVOURITE FOR NEWCASTLE JOB....After his successful debut as part of the team in charge of Newcastle, Alan Shearer has been cut from 25/1 to 20/1 by William Hill to change his mind and become their next permanent manager.

Hills have also seen strong support for Claudio Ranieri, backed down from 40/1 to 12/1 for the job.

Portugal and former Brazil boss, Big Phil Scolari, is 5/2 favourite to become the next Newcastle manager with William Hill who also offer 4/1 Allardyce; O'Neill; 10 O'Leary; 12 Sven; Ranieri; 14 Keegan.

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Scolari is on Radio 5 live at 9am (probably after the news like, so not precisely).

 

Freddy shephard is then on at 9.30 (again, probably after the news, but let's not be pedantic about this, I mean, how can I possibly know the exact time he'll be on? I don't produce the show. I'm just passing on what I heard. If you're going to be nasty about it I'll not bother in future!)

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Scolari is on Radio 5 live at 9am (probably after the news like, so not precisely).

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Did he say owt then?

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