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Vignal Gregory Leaves the club


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1 minute ago, Double Blue said:

I wonder if he fancies managing in the future. Heard good comments about him in his role at Dens 

Wouldnt be surprised to see him managing in the lower leagues. Shame as he seemed very well regarded.

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1 minute ago, QuesoGrande said:

I did wonder if he meant Nelms with that. Just a naming error. Not as interesting as a conspiracy theory that he hates Nelms tho 😉
 

Just when eh thought, JN was making the right noises, to get back on the right side of DFC Fans :happyyes:

IT LOOKS LIKE HE MAY BE BACK TO THE PLACE HE KNOWS BEST...Friendess, Lowly and Unloved :tears:

Not at all John, eh think eh love ye again:chaplin:

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12 hours ago, Prince Buster said:

The Chairman?

 

12 hours ago, QuesoGrande said:

I did wonder if he meant Nelms with that. Just a naming error. Not as interesting as a conspiracy theory that he hates Nelms tho 😉
 

Tim Keyes is the Chairman, Nelms is CEO so he didn't directly thank Nelms so conspiracy theory is well and truly on! 

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Never really bought into the Gregory Vignal stuff tbh. Left back with spells at some big clubs and around 150 games, a few France U21 caps and a handful of UEFA coaching badges. In terms of management experience he was U18 coach here, had a spell coaching the reserves and up to a year managing Rangers Women. 

Not trying to do the guy a disservice as by all accounts he seems like a great guy I'm just not sure why he's been elevated to the status that he has by some with even calls for him to be considered for the first team managers position here after GB's departure.

All the best to they guy though and hopefully he goes on to fullfil his aims and ambitions.

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