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    Sacked in the Morning?

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    MadAmster

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    Re: Sacked in the Morning?

    Post by MadAmster on Fri 25 Sep 2015, 12:33 pm

    ........ or will Ashley be thinking that he might have to stay in this alliance for the long haul as the Toon Manager/Head Coach role is fast becoming a poisoned chalice.
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    Re: Sacked in the Morning?

    Post by CornwallRam on Sat 03 Oct 2015, 6:45 pm

    LOL roll LOL roll LOL roll LOL roll LOL roll LOL roll
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    Re: Sacked in the Morning?

    Post by old ewe on Sat 03 Oct 2015, 7:25 pm

    The man is living in cloud cuckoo land
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    Re: Sacked in the Morning?

    Post by SawleyRam on Sat 03 Oct 2015, 8:13 pm

    Hasselbank has even taught Stevie Mac how to handle rumours/facts.........
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    Re: Sacked in the Morning?

    Post by RRC on Sun 04 Oct 2015, 6:47 pm

    Rodgers sacked by Liverpool, Advocat gone from Sunderland, and still McClaren clings on . . .

    Brendan Rodgers sacked as Liverpool manager
    Dick Advocaat departure sends Sunderland back to the drawing board yet again

    BTW someone has suggested that Sunderland turn to . . . Nigel Clough.
    Because he was born in Sunderland? That sounds like a compelling reason.

    Why hiring former Derby manager Nigel Clough could be an inspired move for Sunderland



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    Re: Sacked in the Morning?

    Post by MadAmster on Mon 05 Oct 2015, 8:22 am

    A word about Dick Advocaat. After the draw against Wet Spam he resigned. He didn't ask for, and isn't getting, a settlement package. Apparently Dick has never asked for one, either when resigning or having been sacked. When he left a Belgian club he was managing he had to PAY €800K.

    As well as being a good coach, he has ethics way above those of the vast majority of coaches. He is probably the last of a dying breed.
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    Re: Sacked in the Morning?

    Post by Angus on Mon 05 Oct 2015, 8:56 am

    RRC wrote:Rodgers sacked by Liverpool, Advocat gone from Sunderland, and still McClaren clings on . . .

    Brendan Rodgers sacked as Liverpool manager
    Dick Advocaat departure sends Sunderland back to the drawing board yet again

    BTW someone has suggested that Sunderland turn to . . . Nigel Clough.
    Because he was born in Sunderland? That sounds like a compelling reason.

    Why hiring former Derby manager Nigel Clough could be an inspired move for Sunderland

    Rodgers would be a good fit for Newcastle or Sunderland, like the scousers they would follow his bullshit for a while at least, not convinced Rodgers was really into all that scouse crap but he played them for a fiddle for a few years and he gave plenty to laugh at along the way.

    Rodgers on his end "it was nothing more than I expected from a club with such tradition, such calibre, the sheer delivery and finality of the decision was, technically, outstanding"

    Those Newcastle and Sunderland jobs must be getting close to the England job in terms of the reality and expectation gap, if football men of the calibre of Advocaat and MaClaren can't handle them really they must be close to impossible jobs. Even Ancelotti or Guardiola would probably fail.

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