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PostSubject: Hallet on the search for Del Boys replacement   Hallet on the search for Del Boys replacement EmptyMon May 06, 2019 11:52 am

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Chairman Simon Hallett wants to see Plymouth Argyle appoint a ‘modern, forward-thinking manager’ as soon as possible.

The club are drawing up a shortlist from ‘dozens’ of applicants who will be interviewed by a panel from the board of directors.

Hallett has not ruled out appointing someone who is working for another club even though there would be cost issues to that in terms of financial compensation.

He also admitted Argyle would be looking for someone with a lot of the qualities that Derek Adams brought to the role.

Adams had much success at the club after his appointment in 2015 but their dramatic slide into the League One relegation zone towards the end of the season led to him losing his job.

Now the main priority for Hallett is to find the successor to Adams ahead of what promises to be a very busy close season.


Hallett told Plymouth Live: “We have established a very clear process for the search.

“We have had a number of applications that will be churned through the process and we hope, obviously, to appoint the new manager as soon as possible.”

The United States-based businessman was at Home Park on Saturday as Argyle’s relegation to League Two was confirmed on the final day of the season.

The Pilgrims beat Scunthorpe United 3-2 but finished in the drop zone, below AFC Wimbledon and Southend United, who both survived, on goal difference.

Hallett held a meeting before the game with key club personnel who will be heavily involved in the search for the new manager.

“We will appoint a panel from the board,” said Hallett. “We have not quite decided who that will be, but that’s towards the end of the process.

“They will do the interviewing of the shortlist that we are in the process of culling from a long list now.

“It will be led by Zac Newton, our head of HR, by Andrew Parkinson, our new CEO, and by Michael Dunford, our new vice-chairman. So it will be a mixture of board and staff.

“I should also add we will be taking input from other people who know about football around the club.

“So there will be input from people like (first team coach) Kevin Nancekivell and Ian Roscrow, our new head of recruitment.

“He has been around the traps a long time and knows a lot of these figures.

“For informal advice around the edges of the process, we have got a couple of contacts that we think will be extremely helpful, but it would be unfair of me to name them.”

Hallett made it clear that Argyle would consider candidates who were employed elsewhere, as well as those currently out of work.

He said: “If the right guy was at another club and it wasn’t appallingly expensive we would certainly consider it. I don’t want to say more than that.

“When we think about the necessary qualifications of the new manager one of them is that he be affordable.

“But I haven’t got a crisp definition of affordable for you. I don’t have one myself.”

Hallett explained what criteria Argyle would be working to in their search for the successor to Adams.

He said: “I think we are looking for a lot like Derek gave us.

“The way I like to think about it in these circumstances, when you are making this kind of decision, is there are a list of characteristics that you absolutely must have.

“There are a bunch of things that are desirable, and you should have quite a lot of those. There are a bunch of things that are undesirable, and you shouldn’t have any of those.”

Hallett said: “On the things that are necessary are obvious things like must relocate to Plymouth and must have proper coaching badges.

“Then under the necessary but softer issues, we want somebody who accepts that the role is not just to manage the first team.

“It is to integrate into the rest of the club, to integrate the players into the club and to be part of Only1Argyle, so that would be very important.

“We want somebody who is forward-thinking, so a kind of modern football manager, not the old school kick the players until they work harder.

“I don’t think it’s the way to go. How you manage football teams and football clubs has changed.

“We have learned a lot from other sports. Football has been slow to adopt some of the data analytics, and so on, that have been so effective in sports like baseball and basketball.”

Pressed on when a decision on the new manager could be made, Hallett stated: “I don’t want to be tied to a date but we have got to do this as soon as this possible.”

It has been a turbulent few days for Argyle, with the departures of Adams and assistant boss Paul Wotton followed by a particularly painful relegation.

The aim for the club’s majority shareholder is to bring some stability to Home Park.

Hallett said: “I wanted to be the kind of owner and chairman who had a relationship with a manager that lasted for decades.

“Clearly that is now thrown out of the window and it’s more turmoil at Argyle, which I find distressing. We want stability and forward progress here.

“My goal, clearly, has to be stabilise quickly and maintain that stability for a long time.”

Lets see if he now walks the walk
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PostSubject: Re: Hallet on the search for Del Boys replacement   Hallet on the search for Del Boys replacement EmptyMon May 06, 2019 12:33 pm

Mook wrote:
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Chairman Simon Hallett wants to see Plymouth Argyle appoint a ‘modern, forward-thinking manager’ as soon as possible.

The club are drawing up a shortlist from ‘dozens’ of applicants who will be interviewed by a panel from the board of directors.

Hallett has not ruled out appointing someone who is working for another club even though there would be cost issues to that in terms of financial compensation.

He also admitted Argyle would be looking for someone with a lot of the qualities that Derek Adams brought to the role.

Adams had much success at the club after his appointment in 2015 but their dramatic slide into the League One relegation zone towards the end of the season led to him losing his job.

Now the main priority for Hallett is to find the successor to Adams ahead of what promises to be a very busy close season.


Hallett told Plymouth Live: “We have established a very clear process for the search.

“We have had a number of applications that will be churned through the process and we hope, obviously, to appoint the new manager as soon as possible.”

The United States-based businessman was at Home Park on Saturday as Argyle’s relegation to League Two was confirmed on the final day of the season.

The Pilgrims beat Scunthorpe United 3-2 but finished in the drop zone, below AFC Wimbledon and Southend United, who both survived, on goal difference.

Hallett held a meeting before the game with key club personnel who will be heavily involved in the search for the new manager.

“We will appoint a panel from the board,” said Hallett. “We have not quite decided who that will be, but that’s towards the end of the process.

“They will do the interviewing of the shortlist that we are in the process of culling from a long list now.

“It will be led by Zac Newton, our head of HR, by Andrew Parkinson, our new CEO, and by Michael Dunford, our new vice-chairman. So it will be a mixture of board and staff.

“I should also add we will be taking input from other people who know about football around the club.

“So there will be input from people like (first team coach) Kevin Nancekivell and Ian Roscrow, our new head of recruitment.

“He has been around the traps a long time and knows a lot of these figures.

“For informal advice around the edges of the process, we have got a couple of contacts that we think will be extremely helpful, but it would be unfair of me to name them.”

Hallett made it clear that Argyle would consider candidates who were employed elsewhere, as well as those currently out of work.

He said: “If the right guy was at another club and it wasn’t appallingly expensive we would certainly consider it. I don’t want to say more than that.

“When we think about the necessary qualifications of the new manager one of them is that he be affordable.

“But I haven’t got a crisp definition of affordable for you. I don’t have one myself.”

Hallett explained what criteria Argyle would be working to in their search for the successor to Adams.

He said: “I think we are looking for a lot like Derek gave us.

“The way I like to think about it in these circumstances, when you are making this kind of decision, is there are a list of characteristics that you absolutely must have.

“There are a bunch of things that are desirable, and you should have quite a lot of those. There are a bunch of things that are undesirable, and you shouldn’t have any of those.”

Hallett said: “On the things that are necessary are obvious things like must relocate to Plymouth and must have proper coaching badges.

“Then under the necessary but softer issues, we want somebody who accepts that the role is not just to manage the first team.

“It is to integrate into the rest of the club, to integrate the players into the club and to be part of Only1Argyle, so that would be very important.

“We want somebody who is forward-thinking, so a kind of modern football manager, not the old school kick the players until they work harder.

“I don’t think it’s the way to go. How you manage football teams and football clubs has changed.

“We have learned a lot from other sports. Football has been slow to adopt some of the data analytics, and so on, that have been so effective in sports like baseball and basketball.”

Pressed on when a decision on the new manager could be made, Hallett stated: “I don’t want to be tied to a date but we have got to do this as soon as this possible.”

It has been a turbulent few days for Argyle, with the departures of Adams and assistant boss Paul Wotton followed by a particularly painful relegation.

The aim for the club’s majority shareholder is to bring some stability to Home Park.

Hallett said: “I wanted to be the kind of owner and chairman who had a relationship with a manager that lasted for decades.

“Clearly that is now thrown out of the window and it’s more turmoil at Argyle, which I find distressing. We want stability and forward progress here.

“My goal, clearly, has to be stabilise quickly and maintain that stability for a long time.”

Lets see if he now walks the walk
Hallet talks a good game, but its worrying that he wants another Adams type manager, thats the last thing we need Surely!
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PostSubject: Re: Hallet on the search for Del Boys replacement   Hallet on the search for Del Boys replacement EmptyMon May 06, 2019 2:05 pm

sufferedsince 68 wrote:
Mook wrote:
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Chairman Simon Hallett wants to see Plymouth Argyle appoint a ‘modern, forward-thinking manager’ as soon as possible.

The club are drawing up a shortlist from ‘dozens’ of applicants who will be interviewed by a panel from the board of directors.

Hallett has not ruled out appointing someone who is working for another club even though there would be cost issues to that in terms of financial compensation.

He also admitted Argyle would be looking for someone with a lot of the qualities that Derek Adams brought to the role.

Adams had much success at the club after his appointment in 2015 but their dramatic slide into the League One relegation zone towards the end of the season led to him losing his job.

Now the main priority for Hallett is to find the successor to Adams ahead of what promises to be a very busy close season.


Hallett told Plymouth Live: “We have established a very clear process for the search.

“We have had a number of applications that will be churned through the process and we hope, obviously, to appoint the new manager as soon as possible.”

The United States-based businessman was at Home Park on Saturday as Argyle’s relegation to League Two was confirmed on the final day of the season.

The Pilgrims beat Scunthorpe United 3-2 but finished in the drop zone, below AFC Wimbledon and Southend United, who both survived, on goal difference.

Hallett held a meeting before the game with key club personnel who will be heavily involved in the search for the new manager.

“We will appoint a panel from the board,” said Hallett. “We have not quite decided who that will be, but that’s towards the end of the process.

“They will do the interviewing of the shortlist that we are in the process of culling from a long list now.

“It will be led by Zac Newton, our head of HR, by Andrew Parkinson, our new CEO, and by Michael Dunford, our new vice-chairman. So it will be a mixture of board and staff.

“I should also add we will be taking input from other people who know about football around the club.

“So there will be input from people like (first team coach) Kevin Nancekivell and Ian Roscrow, our new head of recruitment.

“He has been around the traps a long time and knows a lot of these figures.

“For informal advice around the edges of the process, we have got a couple of contacts that we think will be extremely helpful, but it would be unfair of me to name them.”

Hallett made it clear that Argyle would consider candidates who were employed elsewhere, as well as those currently out of work.

He said: “If the right guy was at another club and it wasn’t appallingly expensive we would certainly consider it. I don’t want to say more than that.

“When we think about the necessary qualifications of the new manager one of them is that he be affordable.

“But I haven’t got a crisp definition of affordable for you. I don’t have one myself.”

Hallett explained what criteria Argyle would be working to in their search for the successor to Adams.

He said: “I think we are looking for a lot like Derek gave us.

“The way I like to think about it in these circumstances, when you are making this kind of decision, is there are a list of characteristics that you absolutely must have.

“There are a bunch of things that are desirable, and you should have quite a lot of those. There are a bunch of things that are undesirable, and you shouldn’t have any of those.”

Hallett said: “On the things that are necessary are obvious things like must relocate to Plymouth and must have proper coaching badges.

“Then under the necessary but softer issues, we want somebody who accepts that the role is not just to manage the first team.

“It is to integrate into the rest of the club, to integrate the players into the club and to be part of Only1Argyle, so that would be very important.

“We want somebody who is forward-thinking, so a kind of modern football manager, not the old school kick the players until they work harder.

“I don’t think it’s the way to go. How you manage football teams and football clubs has changed.

“We have learned a lot from other sports. Football has been slow to adopt some of the data analytics, and so on, that have been so effective in sports like baseball and basketball.”

Pressed on when a decision on the new manager could be made, Hallett stated: “I don’t want to be tied to a date but we have got to do this as soon as this possible.”

It has been a turbulent few days for Argyle, with the departures of Adams and assistant boss Paul Wotton followed by a particularly painful relegation.

The aim for the club’s majority shareholder is to bring some stability to Home Park.

Hallett said: “I wanted to be the kind of owner and chairman who had a relationship with a manager that lasted for decades.

“Clearly that is now thrown out of the window and it’s more turmoil at Argyle, which I find distressing. We want stability and forward progress here.

“My goal, clearly, has to be stabilise quickly and maintain that stability for a long time.”

Lets see if he now walks the walk
Hallet talks a good game, but its worrying that he wants another Adams type manager, thats the last thing we need Surely!


It could also mean someone who can work on a shoestring budget, that is how I read it.

Interesting for him to say that Argyle will consider going for a manager employed by another club.
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PostSubject: Re: Hallet on the search for Del Boys replacement   Hallet on the search for Del Boys replacement EmptyMon May 06, 2019 3:11 pm

Cant be bothered to read the waffle, just want to know if they have a five year contract and includes director of football role.
Let's hope not.
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PostSubject: Re: Hallet on the search for Del Boys replacement   Hallet on the search for Del Boys replacement EmptyMon May 06, 2019 4:13 pm

Plenty of chatter suggest a certain individual is/was asking far too much for a 2 year contract. I hope that is not the case and Hallett needs to think very carefully.
This club needs a dynamic name the slighest suggestion that some on the list are seriously being considered is appalling.
Can Hallett actually be worse than Brenr
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PostSubject: Re: Hallet on the search for Del Boys replacement   Hallet on the search for Del Boys replacement EmptyMon May 06, 2019 4:30 pm

We have to be realistic, a good few on the original list might've considered joining argo as a league one club but not as a league two club, plus of course the contract needs to be enticing enough for the likes of Holloway or Cocko who won't be in a rush to drop down a division I'd have thought.
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PostSubject: Re: Hallet on the search for Del Boys replacement   Hallet on the search for Del Boys replacement EmptyMon May 06, 2019 4:40 pm

harvetheslayer wrote:
Plenty of chatter suggest a certain individual is/was asking far too much for a 2 year contract. I hope that is not the case and Hallett needs to think very carefully.
This club needs a dynamic name the slighest suggestion that some on the list are seriously being considered is appalling.
Can Hallett actually be worse than Brenr

Thought you said Holloway was the man and you were over the moon?

Your brother is certain it's Cocko coming over on free chat.

Probably be Betty the tea lady.
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PostSubject: Re: Hallet on the search for Del Boys replacement   Hallet on the search for Del Boys replacement EmptyMon May 06, 2019 5:14 pm

I'm expecting Kieth Curle on a twenty year contract. At least with that sorted the board can divert their attention to the important stuff at the club.
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PostSubject: Re: Hallet on the search for Del Boys replacement   Hallet on the search for Del Boys replacement EmptyMon May 06, 2019 6:01 pm

We ll get a disaster mark my words.
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