Graeme Wallace examines the flaws that have dominated David Moyes’ much heralded yet deeply inconsistent managerial career.
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Alex Murray discusses the tendency for clubs and fans to want new managers to deliver strong results from the outset.
Tom Mellor on the process used to dismiss David Moyes.
Paul Little ponders the potential heirs to the throne vacated by Sir Alex Ferguson.
J Peterman discusses the excitement that comes with managers being given the bullet.
Justin Cormick discusses the managerial merry-go-round with big moves aplenty this offseason.
Damian Buxton picks then of the strangest managerial dismissals down through the years.
James Clancy looks at some of the head scratching decisions made by clubs down through the years.
A quick glance at Tony Fernandes’s twitter bio sees the internationally renowned entrepreneur and Queens Park Rangers chairman describe himself as a dreamer. Scroll a little further down and you will find him once again urging QPR supporters for patience; the message: “keep calm, we will come good.” It will seem all too familiar to […]
The catalyst of Huddersfield Town’s success has faded into coaching obscurity, writes Dave Wood.