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    Re: Managerial Comings & Goings

    Yeah but most on young British talent, it is fair to say he had done a great job there.

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    Re: Managerial Comings & Goings

    Obviously bollocks and will never happen. Villa would be a step down for him anyway.

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    Bollocks, Stoke always appear to get a new managers first game. Can't decide what's better, new manager or new signing syndrome.


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    pre-pair for a sacking mid-week, Cobblers legend and manager Ian Sampson is expected to go after the 4 losses in a row, 20th in the league and terrible result today.
    Aparently Ian Atkins is set for a return
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    Re: Managerial Comings & Goings

    I don't know whats more shocking, that news or your spelling and grammar.

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    Re: Managerial Comings & Goings

    Wouldn't be too surprised if Strachan was gone from Boro soon.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikk View Post
    Wouldn't be too surprised if Strachan was gone from Boro soon.
    I can see the headlines in the paper a month after he gets the boot, Boyd: Bring me Home Gers!

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    I'm willing to take a bet up with anyone that Boyd will be pleading with Rangers to take him back.

    Fuck 'um.

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    Re: Managerial Comings & Goings

    Big Sam sacked

    Blackburn Rovers have announced that Sam Allardyce has been sacked as part of the 'wider plans' of the club's new owners.

    The former Ewood Park manager has departed the 13th-placed Premier League side along with assistant Neil McDonald, and first-team coach Steve Kean has filled the void for the 'immediate future'.

    There had been rumours about Allardyce's position after The Venky's Group, Blackburn's owners, recently completed a takeover of the Premier League club.

    It was reported that the ex-Bolton and Newcastle boss was unhappy that large sums of money would not be made available for transfers in January.

    A statement on Blackburn's official website read: "The Venky's Group, owners of Blackburn Rovers Football Club, has today confirmed the departure of manager Sam Allardyce and assistant manager Neil McDonald with immediate effect.

    "First-team coaching duties will be taken on by Steve Kean (currently first-team coach) for the immediate future.

    "We have taken this decision as part of our wider plans and ambitions for the club.

    "We would like to put on record our thanks to Mr Allardyce for his contribution to Blackburn Rovers Football Club."

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    Another manager who was doing a decent job sacked.

    The lack of patience from owners these days is staggering.



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    Re: Managerial Comings & Goings

    There's something going on here, IMO

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    Another shocker, then again he always comes across as a bit of a dick to me so my sympathy is not the same as was for Chris Hughton

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    Re: Managerial Comings & Goings

    Benitez axed by Inter
    Former Liverpool boss shown the door by European champions



    Sky Sports News understands Rafa Benitez has been sacked from his post as Inter Milan manager after just six months in charge.

    The former Liverpool boss was only appointed by the Serie A giants in the summer but has failed to impress during his time in Italy.

    Benitez was handed the unenviable task of following in the footsteps of Jose Mourinhoafter the former Chelsea chief secured an unprecedented treble of the UEFA Champions League, Serie A and Coppa Italia titles.

    The 50-year-old has seen his side struggle in league action this season and they are currently seventh in the Serie A standings, 13 points adrift of leaders AC Milan, although they do have two games in hand.

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    Inter's defence of their European crown has also stuttered as they finished second in Group A behind Tottenham and suffering a miserable 3-0 defeat at the hands of Werder Bremen in their final group fixture.

    A meeting with Bayern Munich, who Mourinho's Inter defeated in the Champions League final last summer, was on the cards in the last 16, but there will be a new man at the helm for that fixture in February.

    Benitez was understood to be on borrowed time after his outburst in the wake of the Club World Cup success when he called on club president Massimo Moratti to back him in the transfer market if they wanted him to stay as coach.

    Moratti has pointedly refused to stand by the Spaniard following his explosive comments and it now appears his patience has run out.

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    Can't say im surprised


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    Re: Managerial Comings & Goings

    Brian Laws has resigned at Burnley and Darren Ferguson has been sacked by Preston. Ironically, both got their jobs in January.
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    Re: Managerial Comings & Goings

    Andddddd its Official


    Hodgson leaves Liverpool
    Reds decide to replace Hodgson with Dalglish




    Roy Hodgson has left Liverpool with Reds legend Kenny Dalglish put in charge until the end of the season at Anfield.

    Hodgson found himself under intense pressure at Liverpool following the disappointing 3-1 defeat to Blackburn in midweek.

    Liverpool are languishing in 12th spot in the Premier League and are sitting just four points above the drop zone.

    The 63-year-old refused to answer questions on his future following the defeat at Ewood Park and speculation over his future intensified after his pre-match media briefing on Friday was cancelled.

    Liverpool's owners Fenway Sports Group (FSG) have reportedly been looking at their possible options for a managerial change for over a week and they have now decided to act.

    They had intended to see out the season with Hodgson before reassessing the situation but recent results - defeats to Blackburn and Wolves - and the deteriorating relationship with fans and associated falling attendances have prompted a rethink.

    The club have turned to former player and manager Dalglish to take up the reins for the rest of the campaign and try and rescue a wretched campaign for the Merseyside titans.

    Dalglish, who wanted to return as manager before the appointment of Hodgson in the summer, will now take charge of the side for this weekend's FA Cup showdown with arch-rivals Manchester United at Old Trafford.

    In a statement on the club's website, the club's principal owner John Henry said: "We are grateful for Roy's efforts over the past six months, but both parties thought it in the best interests of the club that he stand down from his position as team manager.

    "We wish him all the best for the future."

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    Hodgson admitted he was sad and disappointed to have left Liverpool after conceding the last few months had been some of the most challenging of his career.
    "Being asked to manage Liverpool football club was a great privilege," he said.

    "Any manager would be honoured to manage a club with such an incredible history, such embedded tradition and such an amazing set of fans.

    "Liverpool is one of the great clubs in world football. I have, however, found the last few months some of the most challenging of my career.

    "I am very sad not to have been able to put my stamp on the squad, to be given the time to bring new players into the club in this transfer window and to have been able to be part of the rebuilding process at Liverpool.

    "The club has some great, world-class players, with whom it has been a pleasure to work and I wish the entire squad well for the rest of the season.

    "I thank those with whom I have built up a close working relationship at the club for their loyalty and support during very testing times, and finally of course to the Liverpool fans, your passion and dedication to the club will see Liverpool at the top of the game once more."

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    Henry believes Dalglish is the right man to take charge of the club at such a difficult time.
    "We are delighted that Kenny Dalglish has agreed to step in and manage the team for Sunday's FA Cup tie at Old Trafford and for the remainder of the season," added Henry.

    "Kenny was not just a legendary footballer, he was the third of our three most successful managers - three giants. We are extraordinarily fortunate and grateful that he has decided to step in during the middle of this season."

    Chairman Tom Werner said: "No one who cares for this great club has been happy with the way this season has unfolded and we have examined options and considered at length what is best for us going forward.

    "Kenny will bring considerable experience to the position and provide management and leadership for the rest of the season."

    Source: SkySports


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