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#282099 by Pheasant Plucker
Mon Mar 13, 2017 7:28 pm
Bunkers Hill wrote:Wigan have sacked Warren Joyce after just four months.


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To be fair their Chief Exec is 12 and four months seems like an eternity at that age.
#282117 by Cayman Tiger
Thu Mar 16, 2017 3:27 pm
Pearson, got to be, reunited with Agnew at a club he knows well, good appointment in the PL in their position or back in the Chump.

Hope so - we'll some "entertaining" media sessions at least.
#282119 by Haltemprice Tiger
Thu Mar 16, 2017 6:55 pm
Cayman Tiger wrote:Pearson, got to be, reunited with Agnew at a club he knows well, good appointment in the PL in their position or back in the Chump.

Hope so - we'll some "entertaining" media sessions at least.


I hope not - he will probably keep them up.

Steve McLaren - make it happen.
#282432 by Bill Baxter
Mon May 22, 2017 5:24 pm
Snaggletooth wrote:Moyes has sacked himself.


Be afraid..........be very afraid
#282433 by Bunkers Hill
Mon May 22, 2017 6:22 pm
I'd take Moyes. Srsly.

He did a terrific job at PNE, then excelled at Everton to the point where was given the biggest managerial job in the country.

He huffed and puffed but wasn't given a huge amount of time, and in his defence, his two successors have barely set the world on fire with (arguably) greater resources.

He then jaffed it up in a foreign league where he had no experience before taking the helm at a club that had been gagging to go down for about five seasons.

He's either damaged goods or he's in need of a suitable opportunity to prove his worth. Either way he'd still be a coup for a Championship side with horse-brained shitpump owners.


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