Serious question. If we were to lose the next three games and the club make a decision to sack him, would you take Rowett back till the end of the season if it guaranteed championship football next?Well, he’s not going to resign, why would he? If you mean might JB sack Edwards then yes, that’s a possibility, but who comes in as a replacement?
Can’t see us poaching any half decent manager that’s already working. The compensation could be huge if we did that, and I don’t think we’d have the money to do it anyway. Stoke poached up and coming manager Steven Schumacher from fellow Championship side Plymouth, and look how well that’s been going for them. Plymouth are above Stoke now and doing much better since Schumacher left, and a lot of Stoke supporters are no longer enamoured with him and want him out.
So that would leave us looking for managers who are currently out of a job. Do we really want the likes of Pulis, or Warburton or Allardyce or McCarthy or Hughton? Not saying all or any of these managers are still working and would want to take us on (even if we could afford any of them), but think it’s fair to say that most of our supporters wouldn’t want them and would view them as ageing footballing dinosaurs, compared to the bright young things of McKenna, Rosenior and the like, plying their trade in the Championship and doing well for their respective clubs.