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    Quote Originally Posted by ger121 View Post
    Dunne won’t be able to find his way to Dalymount so you can count him out.
    Maybe not but the club climate officer would surely give him a lift to and from matches on his rickshaw. Reading between the lines it does seem Dunne is interested anyways based on this interview

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2 Year Contract View Post
    Maybe not but the club climate officer would surely give him a lift to and from matches on his rickshaw. Reading between the lines it does seem Dunne is interested anyways based on this interview

    https://twitter.com/vmsportie/status...hswmBcWKPuYlNQ
    The Climate officer is only allowed use the company rickshaw for off-field activities. Plus Dunne weighs a Ton anyway. I’d suggest hiring a camel or elephant but that wouldn’t fit in with our animal welfare officer or Vegan chef’s beliefs.

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    Looks like Sean O'Shea is in pole position according to the reports going around. He definitely has an interesting background in coaching if nothing else.

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    Can't see Dunne getting the job, after retiring in 2015 he settled in Monte-Carlo with his wife and kids . Unless his circumstances have changed, the travelling arrangements would not be practicable or suitable for both parties!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RealJohn91 View Post
    Looks like Sean O'Shea is in pole position according to the reports going around. He definitely has an interesting background in coaching if nothing else.
    I wouldn't be particularly impressed by his experience if I were hiring him. The stint at AIK, depending on exactly what he did there, is about the only senior level experience he has. He was running camps for kids in Dubai. He'd be a good assistant for someone maybe. Or a First Division manager.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Longfordian View Post
    I wouldn't be particularly impressed by his experience if I were hiring him. The stint at AIK, depending on exactly what he did there, is about the only senior level experience he has. He was running camps for kids in Dubai. He'd be a good assistant for someone maybe. Or a First Division manager.
    He would be high risk all right.
    He could be like Giovagnoli, who was actually surprisingly competent - got Dundalk to the group stages and won a cup, or he could be completely incapable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philosophizer View Post
    He would be high risk all right.
    He could be like Giovagnoli, who was actually surprisingly competent - got Dundalk to the group stages and won a cup, or he could be completely incapable.
    I actually like Giovagnoli. Did well at Dundalk during a pandemic and with basket case owners. The players seemed to like him too. I wonder did he ever get his badges.

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