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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-11-29, 4:32 pm

Managers are appointed then manager s are sacked.

But in many cases it's the same names who seem to go round and round,not long ago you could add Redknapp and McClaren to the list and maybe age has caught up with Redknapp so Moyes has filled the vacancy.

They get the jobs because they are seen as the safe pair of hands, so safe that they all get sacked again in the end.

It's a funny old game.

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Post  Nostalgic on 2017-11-29, 5:32 pm

I think their pedigree is they are seen as a different pair of hands that can provide a short term solution to some clubs problems when their premier survival is seen as in danger. Withe the exception of Everton, the great divide in football between the haves and the survivors is getting wider and those clubs who cannot afford to write-off millions on bad buys are becoming a thriving market.  The one I cannot understand is the WBA one and I am now glad we got Coleman.

It will be interesting to see who are battling relegation next April.

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Post  cyprussyd on 2017-11-29, 5:47 pm

Hopefully Coleman will succeed and be here for years. I doubt he will be an attraction to the top 6 but there are probably two dangers if he succeeds in the future. Swansea his home town and London with his wife being a Sky sports presenter.

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Post  Nostalgic on 2017-11-29, 6:00 pm

cyprussyd wrote:Hopefully Coleman will succeed and be here for years. I doubt he will be an attraction to the top 6 but there are probably two dangers if he succeeds in the future. Swansea his home town and London with his wife being a Sky sports presenter.
Had he hung a few more days his future could have been so much different so hopefully he sees us as a challenge he can achieve.  On the other hand maybe Bairn and Short did a huge selling job to him and we could be good for each other if he turns us around quickly.

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