Date: 5th June 2011 at 11:00am
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Yesterday, although I never quite got around to covering it due to circumstances of another nature, Martin Jol was the bookies favourite to succeed the departed Mark Hughes.

Today, the list of candidates, which already included Jol, Steve McClaren, Alan Curbishley and Martin O`Neil, has another name added to it.

Gus Poyet, who led Brighton to promotion from League One and into the Championship last season, has joined that list.

Poyet, who has Premier League experience as a number two to Ramos at Tottenham, has a buy-out clause of £1.2 million in his Brighton contract.

Whilst accepting he`s done a great job at the south-coast side, will his relative experience, as a number one, in the Premier League (as well as that get-out clause) have some bearing on the boards` decision?

I certainly think so!



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4 Replies to “Could Poyet Take the Job?”

  • Bad idea. Wigan once hired a cool Championship manager, look where are they now!

  • we have a good squad built by roy that takes care of its self lets hope he dose not take to many of them poyet dose not have enough priemer league experence and we doo need a big name to stear the ship

  • there’s no way that poyet is breaking his contract to be a number 2. i would say no to poyet.

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