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The Managerial Merry-go-round - Wilder leaves Sheff Utd


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Oh man, can you image if they have 4 managers again in one season  :lol:

 

Bit like us in the relegation season, as long as it ends up with the same result.

 

Could very well end up that way. Think about that disjointed dressing room right now, A LOT of new faces, language difficulties, Boss gone, new man coming in with different agenda, turmoil, turmoil, turmoil.

 

This only works if they appoint the wrong man, we went down becasue we appointed JFK. The John Mclane of football, the wrong man in the wrong place at the wrong time :lol:

 

That analogy is shit given how McClane is a badass that keeps coming out on top in any situation thrown at him.

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Oh man, can you image if they have 4 managers again in one season  :lol:

 

Bit like us in the relegation season, as long as it ends up with the same result.

 

Could very well end up that way. Think about that disjointed dressing room right now, A LOT of new faces, language difficulties, Boss gone, new man coming in with different agenda, turmoil, turmoil, turmoil.

 

This only works if they appoint the wrong man, we went down becasue we appointed JFK. The John Mclane of football, the wrong man in the wrong place at the wrong time :lol:

 

That analogy is s*** given how McClane is a badass that keeps coming out on top in any situation thrown at him.

 

 

Kinnear is more like skeletor, talks it up, surounded by mongers and always loses. Keeps coming back and talking it up.

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Ok strike that last post :lol:

 

:lol: 38 seconds

 

Jol/Holloway next, can't really see it being anyone else. Moyes could be in danger if they were Chelsea. But they're not.

Think it's Holloway/Hughton myself.

 

Jol has an opportunity to buy time, with Fulham's next 3 fixtures being winnable (Cardiff(H), Stoke(H), Palace(A)) whereas I can see Norwich being likely to slip into the bottom 3 after theirs (Stoke(A), Chelsea(H), Arsenal(A)) and simply not recover. Palace have So'ton(A), Liverpool(A) and Fulham(H) and I can't see them moving out of the relegation zone either.

 

 

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Oh man, can you image if they have 4 managers again in one season  :lol:

 

Bit like us in the relegation season, as long as it ends up with the same result.

 

Could very well end up that way. Think about that disjointed dressing room right now, A LOT of new faces, language difficulties, Boss gone, new man coming in with different agenda, turmoil, turmoil, turmoil.

 

This only works if they appoint the wrong man, we went down becasue we appointed JFK. The John Mclane of football, the wrong man in the wrong place at the wrong time :lol:

 

That analogy is shit given how McClane is a badass that keeps coming out on top in any situation thrown at him.

 

Oh sorry the Mr Bean of football better ?

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Not sure what palace hope to achieve by sacking holloway.  They are what they are. It would make no sense.

A manager with a clue.

 

Hmmm.  They seem to be hard to come by.

 

He's bought a sack load of players with seemingly no first team in mind. He played cameron Jerome on the left of a front 3 on the weekend. He's bought 3-4 wide forward and he's played Jerome there instead. Bought 14 players but no CB's. They play with little tempo or pressing. 

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If Hughton doesn't pick things up, he'll be soon be gone with the amount of money he's spent.

 

Aye.  Arsenal, Man U and Man City are 3 of their next 4.

 

Soz Chris.  You're done for.

 

:snod:

 

Nice bloke, but not a PL manager imo. He's done well to carve a managerial career for himself but think he's hit his heights with Norwich, think he'll step down a level once he goes from this.

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