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Lee Clark: Gaffer in waiting?

Lee Clark: Gaffer in waiting?

Watching Huddersfield's latest butchery of opponents at the Galpharm Stadium, it seems like Lee Clark might just be earning himself a name on the 'one to watch' list when Chris Hughton is either unceremoniusly dumped or decides to make way.

As I watch Clarky's side doing a number on Wycombe today, their second six goal plus thumping in a row, it seems like we could be ignoring a man who fulfils a lot of desirable criteria for the next Newcastle boss.

Clarky has got the Terriers playing with attacking verve and passion, with some fantastically slick interplay. We got a taste of this earlier in the season in a ding-dong 4-3 cup win at SJP and saw the spikier edge in our 1-0 pre season win.

Either way there will definitely be a few sitting up and taking notice of Jigsaw's progress down in West Yorkshire.



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Writer:Ross Molyneux
Date:Saturday November 14 2009
Time: 1:59PM

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a long time off before he even considers goin to newcastle, for one he likes the backing of a chairman and the stability that provides. top bloke. top manager in the making
Terrier24
14/11/2009 19:40:00
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cant see him ever saying no to newcastle though 24
TERRIER09
14/11/2009 20:22:00
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I think if Newcastle United gives him a chance of manager then I'm sure he would take it, however Chris is our manager and we must forget any future manager and we must back Chris, he has done a great job and deserves to be where he is at the moment. We’ve went through too many managers and I think the fans have a lot to do with that, we need to give our managers time to change things around and Chris has done that very well so far.
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