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How many clubs looking for new managers. Its that time of the year again.
Is it best to option look fort clubs to look outside or should clubs look within?

FBC (Louth) - Posts: 101 - 01/11/2016 20:51:40    1930773

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Replying To FBC:  "How many clubs looking for new managers. Its that time of the year again.
Is it best to option look fort clubs to look outside or should clubs look within?"
Depends on finances per club.

Frederick (Louth) - Posts: 474 - 01/11/2016 22:33:46    1930800

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Replying To FBC:  "How many clubs looking for new managers. Its that time of the year again.
Is it best to option look fort clubs to look outside or should clubs look within?"
Mochtas, Finbarrs, Stabannon, John Mitchels from what I hear, there are probably more.

Unless you have an in house club legend that everyone respects and has been away from the squad for a few years then you have no choice only to hire an outside man or else be faced with mutiny and disaster

Mesut (Louth) - Posts: 42 - 02/11/2016 08:31:34    1930822

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O connells, Glyde, O Rats and Possibly Dreadnots too!!

LOUTHBOYO (Louth) - Posts: 216 - 02/11/2016 18:52:21    1930991

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Replying To LOUTHBOYO:  "O connells, Glyde, O Rats and Possibly Dreadnots too!!"
What is the average wage for club managers in Louth?

Mesut (Louth) - Posts: 42 - 03/11/2016 10:21:47    1931101

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Manager of my club last year, has been in and around Louth club football managing for at least 7/8 years, was with a Drogheda club this year

€70 a night training and €50 per game!

This man hasnt won 1 trophy and keeps getting jobs!

Its madness

DundalkGael (Louth) - Posts: 858 - 03/11/2016 13:29:55    1931207

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70 euro a night for training and 50 euro per game is serious money but seems to be the average paid........works out bout roughly 8000 if your season was from early January until october!!! Im sure other clubs have paid less or much more. anyone more info on this?

LOUTHBOYO (Louth) - Posts: 216 - 03/11/2016 17:24:01    1931282

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Replying To LOUTHBOYO:  "70 euro a night for training and 50 euro per game is serious money but seems to be the average paid........works out bout roughly 8000 if your season was from early January until october!!! Im sure other clubs have paid less or much more. anyone more info on this?"
Back in the 90's I know a Former Dublin Star got £100 a night/Game from a mid Louth Club!

MR (Louth) - Posts: 2570 - 04/11/2016 15:56:09    1931576

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Replying To LOUTHBOYO:  "O connells, Glyde, O Rats and Possibly Dreadnots too!!"
Are Dreadnots changing again, how long has the current management team been in place? Any other Senior clubs changing. The money been spoken about is a lot for small clubs in a small county, one could only imagine the money being paid in the likes of Dublin,Mayo and Kerry to club managers at this rate it is becoming a vocation.

FBC (Louth) - Posts: 101 - 05/11/2016 09:00:13    1931756

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Speaking of new managers, does anyone know of any teams who are actually on the pitch training for next year already?

S.M (Louth) - Posts: 88 - 14/11/2016 08:19:35    1934050

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Replying To S.M:  "Speaking of new managers, does anyone know of any teams who are actually on the pitch training for next year already?"
There's hardly any point in the SOM's stopping at this point is there?!

Mesut (Louth) - Posts: 42 - 14/11/2016 09:30:54    1934063

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Colm O'Rourke's views on managers in S.I.was interesting. How many clubs in Louth advertised the job?

19616609 (Louth) - Posts: 1389 - 14/11/2016 09:58:08    1934070

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Replying To 19616609:  "Colm O'Rourke's views on managers in S.I.was interesting. How many clubs in Louth advertised the job?"
19616609 it is interesting that the last couple of years that clubs have advertised vacancies on social media such as nosebook.

OLLIE (Louth) - Posts: 12199 - 14/11/2016 11:30:37    1934092

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Replying To Mesut:  "There's hardly any point in the SOM's stopping at this point is there?!"
Same as our own Club , St Colmcilles in Meath , eventually this has to take its toll on players . Seen this last year with Ratoath this year , when by winning the Leinster Intermediate competition , they were tired at the end of this years senior campaign . While on the form may I wish Colm Nally best wishes when he takes up his selector role within your county set up , top man and a pure class act , future county manager !

cilles man (Meath) - Posts: 142 - 14/11/2016 13:10:20    1934131

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Replying To cilles man:  "Same as our own Club , St Colmcilles in Meath , eventually this has to take its toll on players . Seen this last year with Ratoath this year , when by winning the Leinster Intermediate competition , they were tired at the end of this years senior campaign . While on the form may I wish Colm Nally best wishes when he takes up his selector role within your county set up , top man and a pure class act , future county manager !"
Everyone said that about SOM after they won the leinster in 14, they didn't collapse, they went to the sfc final the nxt year and then went all the way this year and still going. Not having any lads feature prominently with county team has probably helped. If Job and one or two of their main players were playing with county team consistently they may have found it alot harder. If anything, the long seasons have them battle hardened.

LU.ABU (Louth) - Posts: 120 - 14/11/2016 14:49:31    1934164

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Ollie does that means it smells

19616609 (Louth) - Posts: 1389 - 14/11/2016 20:58:39    1934243

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Replying To 19616609:  "Ollie does that means it smells"
Yes 19616609. Smells like Gossip.

OLLIE (Louth) - Posts: 12199 - 14/11/2016 21:55:10    1934254

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Replying To Mesut:  "There's hardly any point in the SOM's stopping at this point is there?!"
Clans and Roche back training in DKIT tonight

gerry (None) - Posts: 53 - 15/11/2016 21:59:03    1934532

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Replying To gerry:  "Clans and Roche back training in DKIT tonight"
absolute madness! Any wonder why young lads are joining Rugby/Soccer clubs in their droves!

DundalkGael (Louth) - Posts: 858 - 16/11/2016 17:55:20    1934777

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It's possible that a lot of Clubs will have 30/35 sessions done before their first meaningful competitive games of 2017. The game to training ratio is not funny anymore. It makes no sense to ask an 18/19 year old club player to be ran like a dog on a Sunday morning all through Winter, Xmas and College exam times. This culture will drive away the social aspect of football. It knocks the fun out of it altogether.

S.M (Louth) - Posts: 88 - 20/11/2016 13:53:34    1935559

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