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charleyfarley 7:46 Mon Jan 14
Wagner leaves Huddersfield
Sam Allardyce has emerged as the new favourite to replace under-pressure Huddersfield Town boss David Wagner.

The much-traveled former England manager is available at odds as short as 4/1 and leads the way ahead of the likes of David Moyes (9/1) and Alan Pardew (10/1).

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BerlinIron 11:50 Wed Jan 16
Re: Wagner leaves Huddersfield
Anyone know why Curbishley can't get another job in management or has he just had enough?

geoffpikey 7:27 Tue Jan 15
Re: Wagner leaves Huddersfield
Because Wagner WANTED to leave?

Chairman basically said he needed time out. Flogging a dead horse can't be good.

, 7:21 Tue Jan 15
Re: Wagner leaves Huddersfield
It's disappointing to see Wagner go but it seems it was by mutual agreement. Dyche took Burnley up to the EPL [ a similar small club like Huddersfield ] and they lasted just one season going immediately down. Dyche and Burnley have stuck together coming back up immediately and still surviving in the EPL.

Begs the question as to why Huddersfield did not stick with Wagner.

Lato 6:58 Tue Jan 15
Re: Wagner leaves Huddersfield
3 Former West Ham Managers, why night throw in Bilic as well?

Alfs 6:55 Tue Jan 15
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boltkunt 5:41 Tue Jan 15

I didn't know that. Yes, honourable indeed. Rare in this game, too.

Russ of the BML 6:49 Tue Jan 15
Re: Wagner leaves Huddersfield
He probably realised that he could go and get a decent job for a bigger club that has more money to spend in a nicer place that can give him a better chance of not getting his arse kicked most weeks.

boltkunt 5:41 Tue Jan 15
Re: Wagner leaves Huddersfield
Alfs, he went to them as the club would never sack him , very honorable in my opinion.

Alfs 2:03 Tue Jan 15
Re: Wagner leaves Huddersfield
The bloke has made Huddersfield over £200 million by getting them promoted and then avoiding relegation in a league way out of their league. He should have been given the keys to the city, not sacked (by mutual consent).

Sven Roeder 12:14 Tue Jan 15
Re: Wagner leaves Huddersfield
He surrendered

Leonard Hatred 12:09 Tue Jan 15
Re: Wagner leaves Huddersfield
Apparently he jacked it in rather than being sacked.

yngwies Cat 11:49 Mon Jan 14
Re: Wagner leaves Huddersfield
He's my doppelgänger.

Sven Roeder 11:35 Mon Jan 14
Re: Wagner leaves Huddersfield
For you Vagner zer season iz over

Tomsdad 11:28 Mon Jan 14
Re: Wagner leaves Huddersfield
What were the board expecting. It is always going to be a struggle to stay up whoever the manager is!

Westham67 11:27 Mon Jan 14
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Lily Hammer 7:55 Mon Jan 14

That was the first thing that came to mind when I read BFS was taking over

zebthecat 11:21 Mon Jan 14
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Lily Hammer 7:55 Mon Jan 14

Yes, yes and thrice YES!

zebthecat 11:20 Mon Jan 14
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cholo 8:47 Mon Jan 14

Arf!

They had to do something. Perhaps the Walrus can finally get relegated, shame for Huddersfield if so but it would make me smile.

geoffpikey 10:10 Mon Jan 14
Re: Wagner leaves Huddersfield
Rushing to Yorkshire?

For WAGNER'S job, just give em a RING and they'll CYCLE there. Cheers.

terry-h 9:17 Mon Jan 14
Re: Wagner leaves Huddersfield
Moyes,Pardew and the walrus all rushing to Yorkshire. First one to arrive gets the job unless the fans stone him to death.

DaveT 9:08 Mon Jan 14
Re: Wagner leaves Huddersfield
cholo
That's a blast from the past. Maybe they'll sign Joe Hart

Alex G 8:50 Mon Jan 14
Re: Wagner leaves Huddersfield
Just saw this on the BBC website, and what can you say apart from what a guy. His daughters will be missed too...

https://twitter.com/twitter/statuses/945308496421113856

arsene york-hunt 8:48 Mon Jan 14
Re: Wagner leaves Huddersfield
Is this the Twilight of the Gods?

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