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Eddie B 11:11 Mon Sep 9
Cowley brothers take over at Huddersfield Town
Could see them managing the Hammers one day.

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Vexed 11:05 Tue Sep 24
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Long ball shit peddling benders

terry-h 8:17 Tue Sep 24
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The Cowleys were all pally with Bilic at the start of the game because they were big fans of the Croat for his playing career at West Ham when they were young lads. However during the game Bilic looked increasingly angered by the brothers tactics( mostly time wasting when Huddersfield were still in the game).
All was sweetness and light at the final whistle after the Baggies had won comfortably and the three ended up in a group hug. Ahhhhh.

Tomsdad 3:41 Sun Sep 22
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Know their onions you say!

terry-h 3:30 Sun Sep 22
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The Cowleys play percentage football in the Allardyce fashion. I wouldn't like to watch it but Huddersfield are a big improvement on early season form.

Sven Roeder 3:28 Sun Sep 22
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Two assists by Diangana and the LONG BALL brothers are under the pump again

Son of Sam 2:37 Sun Sep 22
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Lincoln get mullered 0-6 at home yesterday and now Huddersfield 2-1 up at West Brom, these boys know their onions

Eerie Descent 8:56 Tue Sep 10
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No doubt they're talented lads, but let's be honest, they were working with a blank canvass at Lincoln, a club that had a complete fall, and they could build from the bottom.

A lot different going into a club relegated from the Prem, they won't be getting millionaires cleaning the changing rooms, and a few bad results in a town like that the fans won't give a fuck what they've done in the community. Wish them the best of luck though, always nice to see Hammers doing well.

New Jersey 8:41 Tue Sep 10
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They have actually galvanised a City and really got involved with the community. They show a lot of class, which is a rare commodity in the football world!

Eerie Descent 7:14 Tue Sep 10
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Neck braces in Huddersfield already sold out...

Jim79 3:51 Tue Sep 10
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, 3:26 Tue Sep 10
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, 3:26 Tue Sep 10
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People need to get over themselves about long ball football. The fact is that all the best ball playing footballers gravitate up to the better teams and thus coaches have to make do with the material they’ve got and find a way to get the best out of it. And this is what the Cowley brothers have done at Concord, Braintree and Lincoln.

Now they have moved over to Huddersfield and it will be interesting to see how they do in getting that squad playing and being effective enough to avoid relegation. I can see them making Huddersfield safe from relegation but the brothers will be managing at a level new to them and they will be new to handling players a step change better than those at Concord. They are an evolving pair as coaches, learning and improving as they go, and their attention to detail will hold them in good stead. It will require Huddersfield’s owners and fans to be patient but the Crowley’s will leave no stone unturned to get success.

Browno22 3:12 Tue Sep 10
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Southend should have offered them the job a couple of years ago. Too late now, look at the state of Southend and where the Cowley's have gone. Not the smartest chariman is Ron Martin

They will struggle to even entice Sol Campbell now

RM10 2:43 Tue Sep 10
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Sven -long ball? I’m not sure I have noticed when I have watched Lincoln play

Lee Trundle 2:37 Tue Sep 10
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They'll have some Premier League dosh to play around with at Huddersfield for a good couple of seasons, so it'll be interesting to see if they change they way they set their teams out now considering they should have one of the better squads in that division.

Sven Roeder 1:46 Tue Sep 10
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Huddersfield is a Championship club with recent Premier league experience
To say they should hold out for something ‘better’ is complete nonsense
The club is on a low after relegation so with some new impetus should be quite easy to push them up the table.
If they do well there other opportunities will come.

Be interested to see if they abandon the long ball shit now that they have some Premier league players at their disposal

Grumpster 1:23 Tue Sep 10
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Only seen them in cup games against decent teams and I can't remember watching it and thinking what a long ball team they were.

Seemed to play ok stuff to me.

Eerie Descent 1:16 Tue Sep 10
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"play football according to the players and league they are playing in to get results."



Sounds familiar...

dealcanvey 12:54 Tue Sep 10
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First managed Concord Rangers on Canvey Island.

Their record at all clubs is impressive.

Jim79 12:52 Tue Sep 10
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gph, precisely. They cut their cloth accordingly and have risen from non league football to the playoff places in League 1 in 3 years and play football according to the players and league they are playing in to get results.

As i've mentioned Danny and Nicky are life long friends and i know they will evolve the way their teams play with the quality they have at their disposal on better pitches and in higher quality footballing leagues. They are not a BFS dinosaur playing percentages and i for one think they have what it takes to manage at the top in time. I will enjoy watching their continued rise and hope they fulfill their potential.

gph 12:34 Tue Sep 10
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Maybe they're pragmatists.

Perhaps they wouldn't have their teams play Allardyce-style football if they had players to fit another way of playing.

eusebiovic 12:30 Tue Sep 10
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I always had them nailed on for something like the QPR or Brentford job as soon as they became available.

Maybe Millwall is a step too far but they wouldn't be the first West Ham folk to end up huge legends at The Den 😋

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