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Justin Edinburgh

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Only if he's good enough.

That reply surely deserves a sarcastic response for stating the obvious! But I'll just say that having an ex-player as manager adds a little extra interest to the situation. He remains on my "list of candidates" for the position of manager.
 

Rob1920

Manager⭐
Joined
Jan 28, 2008
Messages
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If Newport go up I doubt he'd see us as a step up. Havent they got some lottery winning multi-millionaire owner? They'll probably be one of the stronger sides in L2 next year if they get there..
 

chapperzUK

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If Newport go up I doubt he'd see us as a step up. Havent they got some lottery winning multi-millionaire owner? They'll probably be one of the stronger sides in L2 next year if they get there..

That's true, won £45 million on the lottery, so another club coming up that has a fair bit of backing.
 

KiwiRob

First XI
Joined
Aug 6, 2010
Messages
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I think Justin Edinburgh has already demonstrated he is a great manager, and I am amazed that Ron Martin was apparently unaware of that.
 

Southend Pier

Manager
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I think Justin Edinburgh has already demonstrated he is a great manager, and I am amazed that Ron Martin was apparently unaware of that.

Justin Edinburgh is an intersting one. Don't doubt he derserves a stint managing in a side in the FL but he probably wouldn't entertain Ron if he is serious at wanting to succeed. In our circumstances in what blights us it'll be tough for him to succeed here and if and when goes pear shaped his career would be at risk. In a way like Tilson possibly regretted not moving when he could only to be sucked in and weighed down with the negatives which has cost him.
 

Mick

Life President
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Oct 28, 2003
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I think Justin Edinburgh has already demonstrated he is a great manager, and I am amazed that Ron Martin was apparently unaware of that.

"Edinburgh also owns two Toni & Guy hair salons with his business partner, Jim Shaw"

Surely, indeed, Ron would be aware of this man's management credentials !
 

Tampa Blue

Director⭐
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Apr 14, 2007
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If Newport go up I doubt he'd see us as a step up. Havent they got some lottery winning multi-millionaire owner? They'll probably be one of the stronger sides in L2 next year if they get there..

I don't think that there are many employed Managers out there who would see us as a 'step up' whilst we are in our current state of limbo.
 

southend4ever

I used to play a little.
Joined
Oct 24, 2003
Messages
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Good luck to my mate's brother Lee Minshull who is playing for Newport County. Another Wembley appearance for him! Well done Justin.
 
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