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Premier league manager sackings

Postby Trampas » Mon Sep 11, 2017 11:55 am

De boer gone already.

He can't be blamed for the multiple of misses yesterday.

I see he has Sammy lee is in staff. Hadn't a hope with that fart around

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Re: Premier league manager sackings

Postby tso » Mon Sep 11, 2017 12:19 pm

Guaranteed win now on Saturday (always happens :lol: )

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Re: Premier league manager sackings

Postby Crompton » Mon Sep 11, 2017 12:37 pm

Mental decision, unless De Boer offered his resignation.

:baseball:

Just spent a massive fee on a CB to sure the defence up, he hasn't started a game yet. I thought they played some decent stuff yesterday, on another day they could of won 4-0.

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At the 47-year-old's unveiling in June, chairman Steve Parish said: 'There were 37 managers on the shortlist. I talked to all of them and said 'we need an evolution over a period of time'.

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Re: Premier league manager sackings

Postby Crompton » Mon Sep 11, 2017 12:55 pm

Breaking News:

Steve Parish pockets £24.6m from bookmakers after landing a number of massive bets for Frank De Boer being the first Premier League manager to be sacked.

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Re: Premier league manager sackings

Postby Trampas » Tue Oct 17, 2017 3:55 pm

Leicester City sack manager Craig Shakespeare after one Premier League win in eight

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Re: Premier league manager sackings

Postby 7lb claimer » Tue Oct 17, 2017 7:12 pm

Trampas wrote:Leicester City sack manager Craig Shakespeare after one Premier League win in eight


Didn't see that coming. Coont who missed the transfer deadline by 14 seconds probably still there :whatever:
So he didn't get his big signing through board room incompetence, he inherited an ageing defence, and the club is mid table in reality anyway. Thai owners are clueless. Big Sam to the rescue :lol:

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Re: Premier league manager sackings

Postby Crompton » Tue Oct 17, 2017 7:14 pm

3 words

fking Mental Decision!

To the owners, I hope you go down!

You hired the coont and only a few months ago gave him a 3 year deal!!!!!

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Re: Premier league manager sackings

Postby Trampas » Wed Oct 18, 2017 11:01 am

Crompton wrote:3 words

fking Mental Decision!

To the owners, I hope you go down!

You hired the coont and only a few months ago gave him a 3 year deal!!!!!


Depends on the sacking clause.

Pardew was 8 year deal but only 1 year pay off I think

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Re: Premier league manager sackings

Postby Crompton » Wed Oct 18, 2017 11:05 pm

Leicester didn't look like a team in crisis or he had lost the players.

If we check their results this season.

Played superb v Arsenal first game of the season, switched off a couple of times and lost the game. Weren't disgraced against Liverpool or Chelsea.

Next run of games in the Prem: Swansea, Everton and Stoke. I'd of been seeking 5pts + from those games plus progress in the League cup v Leeds.

Unless it had gone massively downhill he should of got to Xmas. Try and be mid / top half of the table and playing some good football. I think winning the Premiership has deluded the owner(s).

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Re: Premier league manager sackings

Postby Trampas » Mon Oct 23, 2017 1:44 pm

Ronald Koeman: Everton sack manager after Arsenal defeat

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Re: Premier league manager sackings

Postby Crompton » Mon Oct 23, 2017 1:44 pm

Koeman gone.

Hero to Zero in 6 Months.

Biggest mistake not replacing Lukaku with somebody even half decent.

3 Numbers 10's no real wingers or pace.

Must have someone lined up, its can't be Moyes surely not.

Sean Dyche?
Eddie Howe?
Arsene Wenger?

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Premier league manager sackings

Postby Trampas » Mon Nov 06, 2017 1:40 pm

Bilic gone.

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Re: Premier league manager sackings

Postby Crompton » Mon Nov 06, 2017 7:56 pm

Can actually see the sense in this. He’s brought some right average run of the mill players in and got nothing from them.

Marco Cantbearsedovic being one. Bet Mark Hughes drove him down there in the summer and forged his signature on the contract.

Unlucky in a couple of games and dogshit in others. I doubt very much Moyes will be a welcomed signing. Should try for Ranieri or maybe pull all the stops out and get John Barnes.

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Re: Premier league manager sackings

Postby Crompton » Tue Nov 07, 2017 6:55 pm

West Ham co-owner David Gold insists David Moyes is "the best man available at this time" following his appointment as the club's new manager.

There’s a massive vote of confidence. We couldn’t get who we wanted so you will have to do until someone we want becomes available.

Loving some of the twitter responses today.

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