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Discussion in 'Football Chat' started by wertyu, Nov 23, 2012.
Big Sam meant to be leaving the bitters this week.
He has the greatest formula ever, for a non-top manager and his bank balance would confirm this. My only surprise was that he took a job so early in the season last year.
Jim White was trolling the bitters earlier. Praising Sam to the heights for an incredible "8th place" finish.
All things considered, he did a very good job with them ....
I think Sam and David Moyes were in a similar situation, with both contracts ending just after the end of the PL... will be interesting to see if Moyes is kept, as I don't think he's got the flair that the Hammers would like (whatever about the ability).
£6m payoff for Fat Sam. Not bad for a few months work.
I am sure they will look at it as £6m well spent to stay in the league.
Crazy money but if Everton genuinely thought that they were in a relegation race then Sam has more than earned this £6 million by keeping them up. For what it's worth I think it was an easy enough job when that was the only requirement but he's got a reputation for being the go to guy in these circumstances and it's as valuable to him as a job at a top club so good luck to him. He only has to work half a season and can't really be blamed if they go down when you consider he's only being signed when there's an expectation that they will go down.
No way does fat sam get the saviour credit for this one, they were 13th when he took over, not 19th. There was never any realistic threat of them going down.
Moyes also gone from West Ham today.
What price Moyes back at Everton & Fat Sam back at West Ham in February 2019 when their respective seasons go to shit having appointed young Spanish unknown.
Everton have spent big in the last 18 months or so with no obvious improvement in the team. They were never really realistically in a relegation battle but football was dire and Everton fans do have an over inflated opinion on the status of their club. I can see them going for another glamorous continental name before reverting back to the British bulldog type again. Rinse repeat.
The obvious candidate for them should be Rafa but a lot of them won't want him to begin with so I don't see that happening.
Pardiola would be an outstanding apoointment for the ev, could you imagine the fume. Please make it happen.
When did Everton become a big club?
What colour is the sky in this reality?
LFC Transfer Room @LFCTransferRoom 32m32 minutes ago
Former Liverpool coach Pep Lijnders has been sacked as coach of Dutch side NEC Nijmegen.
He seemed well liked at melwood by players and staff alike, I wonder will klopp bring him back,
Carvalhal gone from Swansea now too
Telegraph Football @TeleFootball
Liverpool to consider offering former coach Pep Lijnders an immediate return | @_ChrisBascombe https://www.telegraph.co.uk/football...ers-immediate/
5 managers in 19 months. They are getting like Leeds now.
It never works out changing managers so often Ron