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Kevin Muscat 20:16 - Dec 7 with 3980 viewsKeithHaynes

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Quits his role at JI League club, last game next Wednesday which is the end of the season. One source is saying it’s not for the Swans job, another states it ‘might be’






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Kevin Muscat on 20:40 - Dec 7 with 3568 viewsRhonddaSwans

That would be exciting if he come here.

Funny that joey barton isn't in the running for any jobs at the moment.

He beat us pre season with rovers.

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Kevin Muscat on 20:53 - Dec 7 with 3522 viewsKeithHaynes

Kevin Muscat on 20:40 - Dec 7 by RhonddaSwans

That would be exciting if he come here.

Funny that joey barton isn't in the running for any jobs at the moment.

He beat us pre season with rovers.


He’s busy stamping his sexist credentials on Twitter.
Nobody should employ him again, he’s a nutter.

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Kevin Muscat on 21:20 - Dec 7 with 3429 viewsunion_jack

Kevin Muscat on 20:40 - Dec 7 by RhonddaSwans

That would be exciting if he come here.

Funny that joey barton isn't in the running for any jobs at the moment.

He beat us pre season with rovers.


Well the bad news is that it’s likely our next appointment won’t be on that list🥴

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Kevin Muscat on 22:13 - Dec 7 with 3298 viewsRhonddaSwans

Kevin Muscat on 20:53 - Dec 7 by KeithHaynes

He’s busy stamping his sexist credentials on Twitter.
Nobody should employ him again, he’s a nutter.


ffs he hasn't has he?

I don't use twitter the place is toxic.

He won't get a job in the uk again.
Why would any out of work manager do this?
He might be struggling with drugs/alcohol?

on a scale of one to ten how bad?

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Kevin Muscat on 22:14 - Dec 7 with 3296 viewsRhonddaSwans

Kevin Muscat on 21:20 - Dec 7 by union_jack

Well the bad news is that it’s likely our next appointment won’t be on that list🥴


Who do you fancy for the job mate?

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Kevin Muscat on 22:36 - Dec 7 with 3226 viewsunion_jack

Kevin Muscat on 22:14 - Dec 7 by RhonddaSwans

Who do you fancy for the job mate?


I haven’t got a name but I want a good tactician as I’ve said in another thread. Someone who can make the side less predictable on the pitch and get the best out if the players we have.

Not a lot to ask surely?

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Kevin Muscat on 22:45 - Dec 7 with 3194 viewsKeithHaynes

Kevin Muscat on 22:36 - Dec 7 by union_jack

I haven’t got a name but I want a good tactician as I’ve said in another thread. Someone who can make the side less predictable on the pitch and get the best out if the players we have.

Not a lot to ask surely?


I think Eric Ramsay is the right one if we have the usual punt and hope.
But him, Brian Murphy and Chris Davies are all at top premier league clubs earning a salary that will make Coleman wince. Murphy would be on the lowest but Davies is being mentored by the spurs boss and Ramsay is now training the first team with some decent progress.

What would you do ?

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Kevin Muscat on 22:58 - Dec 7 with 3149 viewsonehunglow

Kevin Muscat on 20:53 - Dec 7 by KeithHaynes

He’s busy stamping his sexist credentials on Twitter.
Nobody should employ him again, he’s a nutter.


Great family the Bartons

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Kevin Muscat on 07:40 - Dec 8 with 2935 viewsBryanSwan

Kevin Muscat on 22:13 - Dec 7 by RhonddaSwans

ffs he hasn't has he?

I don't use twitter the place is toxic.

He won't get a job in the uk again.
Why would any out of work manager do this?
He might be struggling with drugs/alcohol?

on a scale of one to ten how bad?


He also decided to call his brothers racially aggravated murder a little scrap which lost him 17 years of his life.

Don't think its drugs/alcohol, the bloke is just an utter utter scumbag. One which we now thankfully will not have to see in the game again.

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Kevin Muscat on 08:27 - Dec 8 with 2860 viewsunion_jack

Kevin Muscat on 22:45 - Dec 7 by KeithHaynes

I think Eric Ramsay is the right one if we have the usual punt and hope.
But him, Brian Murphy and Chris Davies are all at top premier league clubs earning a salary that will make Coleman wince. Murphy would be on the lowest but Davies is being mentored by the spurs boss and Ramsay is now training the first team with some decent progress.

What would you do ?


Yeah, it’s a tough one for them😂

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Kevin Muscat on 09:19 - Dec 8 with 2793 viewsonehunglow

Kevin Muscat on 07:40 - Dec 8 by BryanSwan

He also decided to call his brothers racially aggravated murder a little scrap which lost him 17 years of his life.

Don't think its drugs/alcohol, the bloke is just an utter utter scumbag. One which we now thankfully will not have to see in the game again.


I was working in the Huyton area when that murder came about.
I could say much but trust me,no club,no organisation wants Joseph Barton around.
Born rotten,nurtured evil and he revels in it .
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Kevin Muscat on 09:56 - Dec 8 with 2742 viewsjack247

Kevin Muscat on 22:45 - Dec 7 by KeithHaynes

I think Eric Ramsay is the right one if we have the usual punt and hope.
But him, Brian Murphy and Chris Davies are all at top premier league clubs earning a salary that will make Coleman wince. Murphy would be on the lowest but Davies is being mentored by the spurs boss and Ramsay is now training the first team with some decent progress.

What would you do ?


Honestly, I’d probably go for it.

Russell Martin, Steve Cooper and Graham Potter are all far higher profile than they were when they came to us and than Davies, Ramsay and Murphy are now. Ok Michael Duff isn’t, but he wasn’t here long and he failed.

They may all be happy to spend their careers as assistants at elite clubs and if they are, fair enough. If they’ve got ambitions of being managers, the Championship is a great opening gig.
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Kevin Muscat on 10:07 - Dec 8 with 2725 viewsonehunglow

Kevin Muscat on 09:56 - Dec 8 by jack247

Honestly, I’d probably go for it.

Russell Martin, Steve Cooper and Graham Potter are all far higher profile than they were when they came to us and than Davies, Ramsay and Murphy are now. Ok Michael Duff isn’t, but he wasn’t here long and he failed.

They may all be happy to spend their careers as assistants at elite clubs and if they are, fair enough. If they’ve got ambitions of being managers, the Championship is a great opening gig.


It’s whether they want to be number 2 s or the main man .
Sometimes,it’s best to test yourself and go for it.
If they were to fail,they would be taken back into the football family

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Kevin Muscat on 10:11 - Dec 8 with 2716 viewsjack247

Kevin Muscat on 10:07 - Dec 8 by onehunglow

It’s whether they want to be number 2 s or the main man .
Sometimes,it’s best to test yourself and go for it.
If they were to fail,they would be taken back into the football family


Absolutely. If you’re that highly rated by Postecoglou and Rodgers, you’re never going to struggle to get back in.

Honestly don’t think we would have made an official approach without some kind of encouragement from Davies.
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Kevin Muscat on 10:16 - Dec 8 with 2706 viewsonehunglow

Kevin Muscat on 10:11 - Dec 8 by jack247

Absolutely. If you’re that highly rated by Postecoglou and Rodgers, you’re never going to struggle to get back in.

Honestly don’t think we would have made an official approach without some kind of encouragement from Davies.


It would give us a massive most.
However,a good win yesterday would beg the question would he be suitable or indeed want it

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Kevin Muscat on 10:59 - Dec 8 with 2612 viewsOptimisticJack

Must be our main target surely?
We should pull out all the stops to get Muscat.
Please make it happen.

Optimisticjack

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Kevin Muscat on 12:50 - Dec 8 with 2457 viewsKeithHaynes

Kevin Muscat on 10:59 - Dec 8 by OptimisticJack

Must be our main target surely?
We should pull out all the stops to get Muscat.
Please make it happen.


We’ve been told he is looking for an appointment, and his options are open, however, Sunderland or Swansea ?

He wouldn’t turn down a role in coaching in the Premier League.

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Kevin Muscat on 13:57 - Dec 8 with 2375 viewsOptimisticJack

I believe Muscat has his final match in Japan on Wednesday.
If he shows the slightest interest in coming here then Coleman and Watson should get on the next plane to Japan and meet him face to face.
( Hope this is already the case).

Optimisticjack

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Kevin Muscat on 17:12 - Dec 8 with 2205 viewsRhonddaSwans

Kevin Muscat on 07:40 - Dec 8 by BryanSwan

He also decided to call his brothers racially aggravated murder a little scrap which lost him 17 years of his life.

Don't think its drugs/alcohol, the bloke is just an utter utter scumbag. One which we now thankfully will not have to see in the game again.


🥶 Aw heck ah well not linked to the Swans so crack on joey ...

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Kevin Muscat on 23:37 - Dec 8 with 2072 viewsjackrmee

Kevin Muscat on 10:59 - Dec 8 by OptimisticJack

Must be our main target surely?
We should pull out all the stops to get Muscat.
Please make it happen.


Davies for me

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Kevin Muscat on 00:45 - Dec 9 with 2033 viewsOptimisticJack

Somehow I can't see Daniel Levy allowing Davies to leave without significant compensation. I fear complications but hope I'm wrong.
Muscat is effectively now a free agent but who knows what his immediate plans are.
Both are exciting prospects for me.

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Kevin Muscat on 00:54 - Dec 9 with 2025 viewsJoesus_Of_Narbereth

Muscat is as much a scumbag as Barton. A player who routinely threatened other players that he would break their legs only to often carry through with the promise leaving one player lucky not to have his leg amputated according to the surgeon who had to perform four operations to save it.

It’s a resounding no effing thanks from me. I don’t want this sort of pond life anywhere near my football club.

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Kevin Muscat on 07:09 - Dec 9 with 1944 viewsjackrmee

Kevin Muscat on 00:54 - Dec 9 by Joesus_Of_Narbereth

Muscat is as much a scumbag as Barton. A player who routinely threatened other players that he would break their legs only to often carry through with the promise leaving one player lucky not to have his leg amputated according to the surgeon who had to perform four operations to save it.

It’s a resounding no effing thanks from me. I don’t want this sort of pond life anywhere near my football club.


Nowhere near Barton’s league mun.
Roy Keane ended someone’s career deliberately too. As did I’m sure, geezers like Norman Hunter, our own Tommy Smith, Chopper Harris, and even Wales’ beloved Vinnie Jones.

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Kevin Muscat on 11:14 - Dec 9 with 1821 viewsOptimisticJack

Kevin Muscat on 00:54 - Dec 9 by Joesus_Of_Narbereth

Muscat is as much a scumbag as Barton. A player who routinely threatened other players that he would break their legs only to often carry through with the promise leaving one player lucky not to have his leg amputated according to the surgeon who had to perform four operations to save it.

It’s a resounding no effing thanks from me. I don’t want this sort of pond life anywhere near my football club.


The style of his teams most certainly don't reflect this type of character.
Most of us can be guilty of stupid things we have done in our younger days for which we regret and are not proud of.

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Kevin Muscat on 11:18 - Dec 9 with 1814 viewsonehunglow

Kevin Muscat on 07:09 - Dec 9 by jackrmee

Nowhere near Barton’s league mun.
Roy Keane ended someone’s career deliberately too. As did I’m sure, geezers like Norman Hunter, our own Tommy Smith, Chopper Harris, and even Wales’ beloved Vinnie Jones.


When Vinny was playing fir Wales,it was a tough watch .

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