Manager sack race 2017 / 2018

Discussion in 'General football forum' started by spanishblue, 20 Aug 2017.

  1. blueinsa

    blueinsa

    Joined:
    21 Nov 2008
    Gender:
    Male
    Occupation:
    Rag Hunter!
    Location:
    In a thread thats about to get pulled.
    To be fair the vast majority of those signings will have been based on maximum kick backs in brown envelopes rather than actually wanting them as players.
     
  2. PW

    PW

    Joined:
    21 Aug 2017
    Gender:
    Male
    What has Redknapp ever actually done to warrant this aura of supposrd greatness within the game. Unless I stand corrected other than the FA Cup with Pompey before financially ruining the club and a half decent season with Spurs he's done fuck all. They're's many managers who have surpassed his limited achievements, but get nowhere near the same amount of credit or acknowledgement as this crooked cnut.
     
  3. worsleyweb

    worsleyweb

    Joined:
    29 Sep 2009
    Occupation:
    Property Development
    Location:
    Manchester
    He had been in management about 40 years - nearly bust QPR, Southampton, Pompey and West ham and has won 1 fa cup! Lives like a king in Sand Banks and plays the loveable cockney rogue to a T.
     
  4. Southern

    Southern

    Joined:
    9 Aug 2015
    Gender:
    Male
    A little early I know, but if Koeman continues to underwhelm, cannot see the Everton board tolerating it at the end of season
     
  5. bluethrunthru

    bluethrunthru

    Joined:
    19 May 2012
    Gender:
    Male
    Occupation:
    professional underacheiver
    Location:
    seconds away from bankruptcy
    It does seem the time to sack Dutch managers in the PL too
     
  6. ZanteWeatherman

    ZanteWeatherman

    Joined:
    2 Jun 2009
    Gender:
    Male
    Location:
    Watching God's own team from "The Rock"
    Everton were absolute shite. Bye bye Billy Bunter. Two games max to save his job.
     
  7. East Level 2

    East Level 2

    Joined:
    23 Jul 2013
    Gender:
    Male
    Location:
    Manchester
    He can't keep his gob shut when asked for an opinion or interview. The media love him as he always gives them a quote. They have 24 hour rolling bollox to fill and he's always willing to contribute.
     
  8. waspish

    waspish

    Joined:
    25 Jan 2009
    Location:
    Blue Moon
    Bingo
     
  9. big phil

    big phil

    Joined:
    16 Feb 2010
    Koeman surely next. Conceded 10 goals and scored 0 in a week.
     
  10. eversince 76

    eversince 76

    Joined:
    16 May 2013
    Gender:
    Male
    Location:
    Netherlands
    Everton has had a tough fixture so far, we can agree on that. They had to start early due to European commitments. With a Thursday away trip as well this week.

    They brought in a lot of new players with 1 or 2 late arrivals. It needs time to gel with hardly time to train together. So it's not that big a surprise to me tbh. And we would've beat them if it wasn't for that ludicrous decision by the referee to sent off Walker.

    Than again the world of football is crazy. And expectations at Everton have changed, so anything can happen...
     

Share This Page