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Tykeoldboy
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Feb 13, 2018, 1:40 PM

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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...


I don't like to see anyone sacked but this does make a refreshing change.


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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...


I don't like to see anyone sacked but this does make a refreshing change.

Alan Pardew must be feeling a little insecure now that the people who appointed him have been given the elbow. One league win in his three months there probably won't help either.


kirby knitters
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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

And Barnsley have appointed Portugese Jose Morais in his place.


Barnsley Dave
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Feb 16, 2018, 2:52 PM

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I can see the bus being parked as I typeWink


Ropemaker
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Feb 17, 2018, 8:49 PM

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Fleetwood sack Uwe Rosler



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Part-Timer
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Feb 22, 2018, 3:29 PM

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Fleetwood sack Uwe Rosler

Replaced by John Sheridan.


burgesshillbee
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Feb 25, 2018, 11:28 PM

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Peterborough have sacked Grant McCann


oxpete
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Feb 26, 2018, 3:44 AM

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Peterborough have sacked Grant McCann


Confirmation, if it were needed, that even managers who are doing their job fairly well aren't safe from being sacked by knee-jerk chairmen or put under pressure by impatient supporters.

Peterborough are presently just four points off a play-off place with two games in hand, and they've only lost one of their eight league matches played in 2018 (admittedly, they've drawn six). On top of that, they won 3-1 away at Aston Villa in the FA Cup, so it has hardly been a bad period for them. And Grant McCann has been a long-serving loyal servant to the club, both on and off the pitch.

I'm presently reading the book 'I Believe In Miracles' by Daniel Taylor, about the first three or four years of Brian Clough's reign as manager of Nottingham Forest. In Clough's seventeen fixtures managed in his first season, Forest won only three. And in the forty-one fixtures he managed throughout 1975, Forest won just eleven. His predecessor - Allan Brown - had won fifteen at the same stage. If Forest had shown then the sort of impatience and lack of class that Peterborough have done here, I doubt that Clough would've even kept his job long enough to win them the promotion he did in 1977.

On the positive side, I'm going to guess that Grant McCann won't be out of work for too long.





Tykeoldboy
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Brian Clough was a different era to the panic sacking owners of today. Howard Kendall (Everton) had reached the bottom of the barrel in 1982 but they stuck with him and he won 2 titles, the FA Cup and the ECWC. ALex Ferguson, everyone knows how close he came to the sack in 1990


Ropemaker
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Feb 26, 2018, 4:31 PM

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Now up to 33 changes, 31 clubs, for the season, unless I've missed one:

Prem (8): C Palace, Leicester, Everton, West Ham, WBA, Swansea, Stoke, Watford
Champ (8): Birmingham, Sunderland, Hull, Middlesbrough, Sheff W, Nottm F, Leeds, Barnsley
L1 (11): Northampton, Oldham, Gillingham, Bury (2), Southend, MK Dons, Oxford, Bradford, Fleetwood, Peterborough
L2 (6): Chesterfield, Port Vale, Barnet (2), Cambridge, Grimsby



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Part-Timer
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Feb 27, 2018, 6:36 PM

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Steve Evans has resigned as manager of Mansfield Town. Now I wonder why he has done that? Tongue


burgesshillbee
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Feb 27, 2018, 7:54 PM

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If he does end up at Peterborough can only see it ending in tears at some point. Peterborough Chairman +Barry Fry + Steve Evans + Paul Raynor = Trouble.


leohoenig
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Feb 28, 2018, 12:13 PM

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If he does end up at Peterborough can only see it ending in tears at some point. Peterborough Chairman +Barry Fry + Steve Evans + Paul Raynor = Trouble.


And lo and behold, the new manager of Peterborough is....
Steve Evans.



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bagman
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Feb 28, 2018, 7:47 PM

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David Flitcroft: Mansfield set to appoint Swindon manager as boss.


bagman
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Grimsby Town: Michael Jolley named as new manager of League Two club


PhilN
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Mar 3, 2018, 7:07 PM

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I understand Steve Cotterill has left Birmingham City.


kirby knitters
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I understand Steve Cotterill has left Birmingham City.

Now confirmed. Gary Monk on way in.


PhilN
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Mar 4, 2018, 11:42 AM

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Good luck to Gary Monk but with our squad I'd be suprised if Pep Guardiola could keep us up!


Steelback
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Mar 4, 2018, 4:16 PM

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Guardiola only manages teams with billions to spend so well never really know how wonderful a coach he actually is. Id like to see him do what Ranieri did at Leicester, as that WAS an achievement.



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kirby knitters
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Good luck to Gary Monk but with our squad I'd be suprised if Pep Guardiola could keep us up!

Pep has gone to Blues as well!!! Pep Clotet, as his assistant who was also with him at Swansea and Leeds.


PhilN
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Good luck to Gary Monk but with our squad I'd be suprised if Pep Guardiola could keep us up!

Pep has gone to Blues as well!!! Pep Clotet, as his assistant who was also with him at Swansea and Leeds.

Yes the one who was such a success at Oxford!


scottywalds
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Mar 5, 2018, 9:34 PM

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Good luck to Gary Monk but with our squad I'd be suprised if Pep Guardiola could keep us up!

Pep has gone to Blues as well!!! Pep Clotet, as his assistant who was also with him at Swansea and Leeds.

Yes the one who was such a success at Oxford!


Many coaches are better assistants, than managers.


kirby knitters
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Good luck to Gary Monk but with our squad I'd be suprised if Pep Guardiola could keep us up!

Pep has gone to Blues as well!!! Pep Clotet, as his assistant who was also with him at Swansea and Leeds.

Yes the one who was such a success at Oxford!


Many coaches are better assistants, than managers.

Michael Appleton is highly thought of at Leicester in that role and he quit at Oxford as manager to take it.Sly


jon b
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Mar 6, 2018, 2:03 AM

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Good luck to Gary Monk but with our squad I'd be suprised if Pep Guardiola could keep us up!

Pep has gone to Blues as well!!! Pep Clotet, as his assistant who was also with him at Swansea and Leeds.

Yes the one who was such a success at Oxford!


Many coaches are better assistants, than managers.


Maybe his role as assistant is just to give the pep talks.


bagman
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Dutch legend Patrick Kluivert in talks to become new Oxford United manager .

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