Kinnear was my favourite stones player back in the day but seemed to fall out if love with MUFC and spent his manager career elsewhere, often being a harsh critic of us and especially our pitch. He's not the unifying force we need.
You need to get over your obsession with Kinnear, 1 win in 14 for Dover is not the kind of stats we want to bring in.
I believe he was Dover manager for slightly more then 14 matches . But let's not let the truth get in the way of your dislike of the man.
I don't dislike him, I just don't want to bring in a manager who was sacked by a club that for 45 minutes the other day we're even worse than us. What makes you think he'd be so good if he wasn't for Dover.
I posted somewhere else that Mark Yates is surely a good fit if he's happy to come to Kent. He transformed Solihull last year before getting found out in the League. Good Conference record with Kidderminster too.
Would be a good shout, better than McMahon or Kinnear IMO.
Why would we want Mark Yates as our Manager. Whilst it may appear he did well at Solihull Moors in the second half of last season one has to wonder if this was more down to Tim Flowers (Assistant at the time and now Manager) bearing in mind Solihull's current league position.
Yates was sacked after only three months at Macclesfield for playing 'hoofball' football and leaving Macclesfield adrift at the bottom of League 2.
Sol Campbell has now come in got them off the bottom using the same players but they are now playing more attractive football by keeping the ball on the ground and winning games.
I speak as a season ticket holder at both Macclesfield and the Stones so have recent experience of Yates style of football which seems to very much mirror Harry Wheeler's style. He like Harry had also lost the players support for the style of football he wanted them to play.