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Just pondering really, although obviously based on GA. Leaving aside thoughts about his special love for the club and why would he want to leave and all that stuff. I cant quite get my head around what potential opportunities are reasonably likely to present themselves to a reasonably successful Lg2 manager.
You would assume that the football world recognises that Ga is over-achieving given the resources of his club and hence is reasonably highly regarded. Three years experience, so not experienced but not a rookie, reasonably young.
What realistically would be his next step should he wish to move.
Would he be a realistic option for a championship/premier leauge yo-yo ex-club like QPR or is that more realistically the job after next.
If not that what about an average championship club, especially a local one - Reading for example are now looking for a manager - Would he be an option for that role.
Does ex-club make a real difference, so if not Reading, is Preston his only realistic option for going straight to the championship.
Would a Lg1 side that should have aspirations on challenging for Championship be the level of his next job - especially one that needs a skill he seems to hold (so In GA case, he and his team seem to be good at developing young players, is barnsley an obvious fit.
Or does he have to prove himself first in a bog standard Lg1 team - a Colchester or a Peterborough say.
Or does a Lg2 manager have to have a lg2 promotion on his CV to progress and hence is he looking at a say Luton to progress when that job comes available.