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  • Chesterfield have just appointed Gary Caldwell as their new Manager

    Very strange move by someone who won this League impressively last season with Wigan... If he then gets Chesterfield relegated this year it could be instant undoing of his reputation

    It shows how desperate sacked managers are to get back into the game, with so few jobs available, not helped my foreign owners going for foreign coaches. That's why however idiotic your owner is (us, Coventry, Blackpool etc) you'll always get loads of applications for any vacancy...
  • Chesterfield have just appointed Gary Caldwell as their new Manager

    Very strange move by someone who won this League impressively last season with Wigan... If he then gets Chesterfield relegated this year it could be instant undoing of his reputation

    it's a right scrap all through our division, indeed all divisions .. like last Saturday, any team can win against any other (Bury 5-Posh 1 for example, Walsall put 4 past the Blades) ..
    I would not be surprised if Chesterfield avoid relegation .. as you say Caldwell did well (lol) last season albeit with a strong squad .. managers nowadays hate being out of work and most will take any role however 'risky' .. look at someone like Sheridan or Wilson, always working and been sacked more times than a hundredweight of spuds
  • http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/38730773

    Notts County sacked Sheridan in December for his behaviour to the referee. Completely unacceptable language, though quite handy for the club as I presume it enabled them to sack him for gross misconduct, and pay no compensation...
    In the referee's report, Ilderton said Sheridan repeatedly swore at fourth official Matthew Donohue and also threatened to "knock him out".

    Hardy added: "Comments of the type made by Mr Sheridan were utterly appalling and wholly unacceptable, completely undermining the community spirit and focus we are striving to develop here.

    "It was our decision to terminate the contract based on what I read in the referee's report regarding the incident.

    "In light of the recent disclosure of the referee's report, I thought it appropriate to communicate the exact reasons behind the course of action we took."
  • The fact that we had just lost 10 games on the bounce had nothing to do with it.

    If we had just won the last 10 games I can assure you we would have sacked Sheridan anyway.
  • Owen Coyle has "resigned" from Blackburn Rovers

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/39044853
  • Owen Coyle has "resigned" from Blackburn Rovers

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/39044853

    expect Nigel Pearson in there soonest
  • Sutton goal keeping coach binned

    #piegate
  • Owen Coyle has "resigned" from Blackburn Rovers

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/39044853

    Another crackpot club.
    See you in L1 next season.
  • Owen Coyle has "resigned" from Blackburn Rovers

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/39044853

    Another crackpot club.
    See you in L1 next season.
    With any luck we will.
  • We need to get rid of Karl now so that we can also say goodbye to Congo Chris before next summer revolving door of players.
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  • http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/39053428

    Tony Mowbray the new manager of Blackburn

    Having previously managed Coventry, he knows all about dysfunctional clubs...
  • http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/39053428

    Tony Mowbray the new manager of Blackburn

    Having previously managed Coventry, he knows all about dysfunctional clubs...

    Jesus wept, it truly is a merry go round when it comes to managers. What the hell is Mr Personality going to bring to the party at Blackburn? I doubt he will be there at the start of next season.
  • Mowbray and Blackburn are a perfect match. A joyless c*** of a manager running a joyless club.
  • 1StevieG said:

    Robinson and Charlton are a perfect match. A joyless c*** of a manager running a joyless club.

    corrected for you ;-)
  • 1StevieG said:

    Robinson and Charlton are a perfect match. A joyless c*** of a manager running a joyless club.

    corrected for you ;-)
    To be fair, when you walk out of the Valley, at least you're in London, whereas when you walk out of Ewood Park, you're in Blackburn!
  • Martin Allen sacked by Eastleigh. Lucky Nugent took his job at Barnet last week.
  • http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/39053428

    Tony Mowbray the new manager of Blackburn

    Having previously managed Coventry, he knows all about dysfunctional clubs...

    He shouldn't be managing "clubs like" Blackburn
  • Martin Allen sacked by Eastleigh. Lucky Nugent took his job at Barnet last week.

    Ronnie Moore was doing ok with Eastleigh, around the top 7/8, then they appointed Allen and tumble down the table.

    Seems like a lower league version of Birmingham with Rowett/Zola.
  • http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/39232229

    Alex Neil sacked by Norwich. Strange timing, maybe the owners have written off this season and want to get the next guy in as soon as possible
  • http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/39232229

    Alex Neil sacked by Norwich. Strange timing, maybe the owners have written off this season and want to get the next guy in as soon as possible

    Was given the vote of confidence in January.

    Not sure about that decision personally. Probably pays the price for not signing a top striker for two seasons in a row.
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    Alex Neil sacked by Norwich. Strange timing, maybe the owners have written off this season and want to get the next guy in as soon as possible

    Local radio saying it's strange because he held his usual, pre-match, press conference today and spoke about summer signings.

    Speculating that the guy they're after may not be available for much longer, hence the sacking.

    Club have also said that they are having a 'restructuring', so talk of Warburton coming in as Director of Football although Rowett is the early favourite to take over.
  • edited March 2017

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/39232229

    Alex Neil sacked by Norwich. Strange timing, maybe the owners have written off this season and want to get the next guy in as soon as possible

    Has implications for us and Decan Rudd. Neil had frozen him out, now he may have another chance.
  • edited March 2017
    Kap10 said:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/39232229

    Alex Neil sacked by Norwich. Strange timing, maybe the owners have written off this season and want to get the next guy in as soon as possible

    Has implications for us and Dec land Rudd. Neil had frozen him out, now he may have another chance.
    A lot of Norwich 'folk' rate Rudd above Ruddy.

    And if I had got the unnecessary dogs abuse that he did at Northampton last week I would be more than happy to do one.
  • Kap10 said:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/39232229

    Alex Neil sacked by Norwich. Strange timing, maybe the owners have written off this season and want to get the next guy in as soon as possible

    Has implications for us and Decan Rudd. Neil had frozen him out, now he may have another chance.
    Wonder if many will care with Phillips coming through
  • Kap10 said:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/39232229

    Alex Neil sacked by Norwich. Strange timing, maybe the owners have written off this season and want to get the next guy in as soon as possible

    Has implications for us and Decan Rudd. Neil had frozen him out, now he may have another chance.
    Wonder if many will care with Phillips coming through
    Personally would have Rudd ahead of Phillips, but would not be surprised if the regime gave Philips the nod.
  • Kap10 said:

    Kap10 said:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/39232229

    Alex Neil sacked by Norwich. Strange timing, maybe the owners have written off this season and want to get the next guy in as soon as possible

    Has implications for us and Decan Rudd. Neil had frozen him out, now he may have another chance.
    Wonder if many will care with Phillips coming through
    Personally would have Rudd ahead of Phillips, but would not be surprised if the regime gave Philips the nod.
    As would I... the gap isnt very big but reckon Rudd slightly edges it between the two.

    If Dillon is ready to be No.1 then it'll save the club some money which can go into other positions (Something I reckon the club will believe themselves, i.e. If we're safe with a few games to go it'll be interesting to see if Rudd is suddenly dropped like what has happened out in St. Truiden with them selling their First-Team Goalkeeper and promoting the 2nd choice for experience)

    The concern isnt whether Phillips is ready though, the concern will be; is Beeney or Mitov good enough to be backup Goalkeeper because if Phillips gets injured we need cover
  • It's irrelevant for this season anyway. Rudd would be available on a free at the end of the season, what might change is whether Norwich offer him a new contract

    I imagine the Norwich fans like him as he's "one of their own" and their academy has a pretty dismal record
  • It's irrelevant for this season anyway. Rudd would be available on a free at the end of the season, what might change is whether Norwich offer him a new contract

    I imagine the Norwich fans like him as he's "one of their own" and their academy has a pretty dismal record

    Cut them some slack mate. It's difficult with webbed feet!!
  • Doubt Rudd wants another season in league 1
  • Doubt Rudd wants a season in league 2

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