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Discussion in 'Football Chat' started by wertyu, Nov 23, 2012.
Yep last week I though Lambert was the new Swansea Manager.
Evertonians don't seem happy at all with Big Sam. The initial buzz well and truly gone.
Delighted, friend of mine that supports that shower was disgusted when he was announced as he felt it was a sign of no ambition only stay out of a relegation battle.
Given the way things were going for them, they needed saving so he was just the man for them.
I'd have thought that with the couple of new signings this window, their fans would be a little more positive, but I suppose I have to remember who we are talking about here
The British managers who piss and moan about foreign managers arent exactly doing their reputations any favours lately.
Pardew, Moyes and big sam all in charge of teams playing pure muck.
I was expecting a post saying Alan Pardew had got the bullet when I seen this thread bumped .
But that's the thing, its not just lately though is it? They've been managing like that for years yet keep getting straight back into another job once they get the sack from one team.
Pardew, Moyes and Sam(not going to happen obs) to get relegated would be ideal this season.
Presumably Marco Silva will be in place by the weekend.
If they'd wait a few weeks the could have Pardew or Big Sam in the hot seat, that's 9 sacked now this season already in PL the manager Merry go round continues
Its amazing that Pellegrino lasted as long as he did.
1 win in 17 league games. Their next league match is West Ham and they just cant afford to lose that one.
The only thing I can see maybe saving them from the drop is how bad the 2 teams (writing off West Brom) directly below them have been - but Palace have Zaha back and he makes them tick.
Southampton have City, Chelsea and Arsenal left still to play.
Palace have us, and the rest are lower half teams. Their games against Stoke, West Brom will be massive for them.
Stoke have us, Spurs and Arsenal. Hard to see them surviving.
They would unlikely go for Pardew even if he was relieved of his duties tomorrow and Allardyce's job is safe until the Summer at least. Time isn't exactly on their side either. Silva made a great effort in keeping Hull up last season and probably would have been successful if given the job a few weeks earlier.
I was being sarcastic, you know the way these same shite managers, keep getting the sack yet keep getting hired by teams inPL fighting for survival
If the stories that were coming out in the summer about how Pellegrino wanted to sell Van Dijk and reinvest the money were true,then I feel sorry for him.The likes of LeTissier are using hindsight now to say it was the wrong decision but there was never going to be any need for hindsight,Southampton keeping a CB worth 60m+ who was desperate to leave,while the manager hadn't got the funds to strenghten what he saw as more important areas was always plain stupid.That they'd sell him in January was a very predictable outcome even if how badly the initial mistake would bite them on the ass wasn't,and Les Reed is as much to blame for where they find themselves as Pellegrino. In a roundabout way Jurgen Klopp meeting Van Dijk in Blackpool could be part of the reason for Southampton getting relegated,but only because they let pride cloud their judgement on what was best for the club and when you consider both Klopp and Van Dijk ended up with what they wanted anyway,it only adds to how stupid the initial stance was.
Might have been a master stroke by Klopp to get the feeder club into the Championship so we can hopefully pick up their players for a bit cheaper going forward. Klopp is always one step ahead of the game.
Surely if Southampton go down so too will our transfer bill.
Mark Hughes been touted for the Saints Job.
Rodgers would be a good choice for Southampton.
Don't think he'd go near it tbh, well below his level in his opinion
Shocker - Pardew gone from West Brom.
Cant see much point in that tbh. 6 games to go, as nailed on to be relegated as its possible to be, so lets put the coaches in charge.