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kirby knitters
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Phil Brown placed on gardening leave by Southend United until a settlement can be reached.


southend statto
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with the club having already sourced a replacement, the local rag reckons on either Chris Powell or the Cowley brothers.


kirby knitters
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with the club having already sourced a replacement, the local rag reckons on either Chris Powell or the Cowley brothers.

Must say i've never heard of a manager being sent on gardening leave in these circumstances.


Whiskey Coates
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with the club having already sourced a replacement, the local rag reckons on either Chris Powell or the Cowley brothers.

Must say i've never heard of a manager being sent on gardening leave in these circumstances.


Gary Megson at Bolton Wanderers springs to mind, and Ally McCoist at Rangers? Basically suspended on full pay until compensation can be agreed.


kirby knitters
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with the club having already sourced a replacement, the local rag reckons on either Chris Powell or the Cowley brothers.

Must say i've never heard of a manager being sent on gardening leave in these circumstances.


Gary Megson at Bolton Wanderers springs to mind, and Ally McCoist at Rangers? Basically suspended on full pay until compensation can be agreed.

Remember them both but it seems a strange way of doing things because there is surely no way back for a manager that is treated this way so why not just sack him then sort out finances later which is the norm.?


Whiskey Coates
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Must say i've never heard of a manager being sent on gardening leave in these circumstances.


Gary Megson at Bolton Wanderers springs to mind, and Ally McCoist at Rangers? Basically suspended on full pay until compensation can be agreed.

Remember them both but it seems a strange way of doing things because there is surely no way back for a manager that is treated this way so why not just sack him then sort out finances later which is the norm.?


I agree it's a very strange way of doing things. Megson was out of the game for months (on full pay), before taking over at Sheffield Wednesday. Maybe Bolton couldn't afford to pay him off with a lump sum?


kirby knitters
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Must say i've never heard of a manager being sent on gardening leave in these circumstances.


Gary Megson at Bolton Wanderers springs to mind, and Ally McCoist at Rangers? Basically suspended on full pay until compensation can be agreed.

Remember them both but it seems a strange way of doing things because there is surely no way back for a manager that is treated this way so why not just sack him then sort out finances later which is the norm.?


I agree it's a very strange way of doing things. Megson was out of the game for months (on full pay), before taking over at Sheffield Wednesday. Maybe Bolton couldn't afford to pay him off with a lump sum?

And Rangers were in complete melt down when McCoist left so that is probably the answer.


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Sean O'Driscoll was put on gardening duties by Doncaster Rovers before leaving.


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Robbie Neilson leaves MK Dons by "mutual consent"



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Watford have sacked Marco Silva.

Perhaps the daftest reason in history, they’re blaming Everton!!!

They are 10th in the Premier as well


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Javi Gracia named new Watford head coach

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/42768739



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Watford have sacked Marco Silva.

Perhaps the daftest reason in history, they’re blaming Everton!!!

They are 10th in the Premier as well


Didn't they turn down £10m compo from Everton ?


richiejenn
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Pep Clotet has been sacked at Oxford United


miswell
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Watford have sacked Marco Silva.

Perhaps the daftest reason in history, they’re blaming Everton!!!

They are 10th in the Premier as well


They tapped him up, he agreed in private with them to go (after only 9 games!), Everton then made an official bid (or bids) for him before Watford said no every time. Since then he lost his focus, the players lost their focus and the form has been dreadful. At the moment the club is going to be relegated so something had to change. Everton aren't the reason but they were the catalyst.


kirby knitters
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Robbie Neilson leaves MK Dons by "mutual consent"

Replaced by former academy coach Dan Micciche.


kirby knitters
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Phil Brown placed on gardening leave by Southend United until a settlement can be reached.

Chris Powell in on 2.5 year contract.


scottywalds
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Leeds have sacked Thomas Christiansen - apparently the club want Steve McClaren to replace him.


derekn
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Bad day in Yorkshire. Stuart MacCall sacked by Bradford City.


Barnsley Dave
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Leeds have sacked Thomas Christiansen - apparently the club want Steve McClaren to replace him.

though up there it seems Paul Heckingbottom is about to leave Barnsley to take the Leeds job 4 days after signing a new contract


Barnsley Dave
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Leeds have sacked Thomas Christiansen - apparently the club want Steve McClaren to replace him.

though up there it seems Paul Heckingbottom is about to leave Barnsley to take the Leeds job 4 days after signing a new contract

Confirmed Heckingbottom has left Barnsley to join Leeds


(This post was edited by Barnsley Dave on Feb 6, 2018, 11:49 AM)


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Shaun Derry has left Cambridge United after this evenings game.


derekn
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Feb 11, 2018, 12:32 PM

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Simon Grayson is the new man in charge of Bradford City.


Ropemaker
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Grimsby and Russell Slade have parted company



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miswell
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Grimsby and Russell Slade have parted company


Not nice to see someone lost their job but 12 games without a win makes this inevitable.


Rootin' Tootin'
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I see that the WBA owner has sacked the chairman and chief exec. I don't think there should be anywhere near as many sacking s as there are, but its nearly always the manager that carries the can. The people who appoint managerial failure after managerial failure always seem immune from paying for their mistakes!

Maybe we'll start to see more sackings at boardroom level from now on...

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