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Top 6 Sack Race

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comment by Neo (U9135)

posted on 23/6/19

Has to be Ole, not really a debate imo.

posted on 23/6/19

comment by Neo- European Champions (U9135)
posted 1 minute ago
Has to be Ole, not really a debate imo.
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Ole is probably favourite but....

Emery - at a club who’s model is based on being in the CL

Poch - 0 trophies

Frank - although can’t make transfers, is at a club known to not be patient.

Pep - brought in to win the CL. Failed.

comment by Wahl (U22164)

posted on 23/6/19

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posted on 23/6/19

No WUMs

posted on 23/6/19

No wums except the OP; And not many clicks either.

posted on 23/6/19


Óle to be dragged off the wheel...

comment by Ace (U18814)

posted on 23/6/19

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posted on 23/6/19

Defo Ole..

Can't see Lampard being sacked by Chelsea and I think he'd be a good fit for them, he might get an easy ride due to them unable to buy new players.

Ole has to turn man u's fortunes around, don't think he can handle player personalities and Pogba is already taking liberties with him.

posted on 23/6/19

comment by Ace (U18814)
posted 40 seconds ago
Undoubtedly all the giggly phannies and whoopsies on the Tranny thread have decided to make a collective effort to spam the forum with wum articles. These are grown men ffs, what an embarrassing bunch of tarts.
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Hi Ace.

What flavour of Spursy are you knocking back today?

posted on 23/6/19

Don't think it will be Ole. The board have made a seriouserror of judgement appointing a club legend whilst they are still so inept. The anger and blame won't be placed on Ole this time like with Mourinho n LVG.

This is the final roll of the dice for the Woodward/Glazer era for me. If it fails again (which it probably will) then it will be them who go. The atmosphere at the club will become too toxic.

Already demonstrations being planned again.

posted on 23/6/19

comment by Glazers_Out (SE85) (U21241)
posted 14 seconds ago
Don't think it will be Ole. The board have made a serious error of judgement appointing a club legend whilst they are still so inept. The anger and blame won't be placed on Ole this time like with Mourinho n LVG.

This is the final roll of the dice for the Woodward/Glazer era for me. If it fails again (which it probably will) then it will be them who go. The atmosphere at the club will become too toxic.

Already demonstrations being planned again.
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Job is too big for Ole though, why did they not wait to see whether he actually delivers top four before appointing him?

He'd always be a legend im sure.

posted on 23/6/19

If Worzel was a man of his word, he would have resigned and went to Switzerland

But since he flip flops on everything he says, he’s still here

posted on 23/6/19

comment by San Miguel (U1449)
posted 55 seconds ago
If Worzel was a man of his word, he would have resigned and went to Switzerland

But since he flip flops on everything he says, he’s still here
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If he did, it would have left Liverpool in a worse situation and he wouldn't have enjoyed Switzerland.

So glad he changed his approach.

Top top manager is Jurgen Klopp.

Not that you're bitter about it or anything.

posted on 23/6/19

Emery I reckon. Lampard and Ole will be given a bit more time because of their status at the club, and the shift in approach from both clubs.

posted on 23/6/19

Situation at Arsenal could get toxic especially if Spurs make some good signings.

The powershift would then be complete, leaving arsenal fans as agitated as their man u counterparts following such.

comment by Spurtle (U1608)

posted on 23/6/19

Well it's going to be between Ole, Frank (if he's the new Chelsea manager) and Emery. Can't really tell how well they'll do until the transfer business is done or how much pressure they'll be under. I would say Ole can't afford to start badly more than the other 2.

posted on 23/6/19

comment by Redinthehead - FreeGaza - فلسطين (U1860)
posted 19 minutes ago
comment by Ace (U18814)
posted 40 seconds ago
Undoubtedly all the giggly phannies and whoopsies on the Tranny thread have decided to make a collective effort to spam the forum with wum articles. These are grown men ffs, what an embarrassing bunch of tarts.
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Hi Ace.

What flavour of Spursy are you knocking back today?
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I don't even remember small time Leicester being so excited about winning something. Nice to see the fans new to this so happy though really. Bless.

posted on 23/6/19

You haven’t posted your silly diva smiley thing yet

posted on 23/6/19

Oh and Ole for sure, United have made a massive mistake

comment by Neo (U9135)

posted on 23/6/19

Emery is a decent shout actually. Fans were beginning
to get restless already at the end of last season. Bad start to the next and the pressure will build.

Frank and Ole have massive jobs on their hands but will probably get given more time than usual because of it.

Pep, Klopp, Poch all obviously safe.

posted on 23/6/19

I think they’ll all see the season out, Neo. I think Emery is more likely if because if Arsenal don’t get top four there’s apparently there’s a break clause in his contract after two years.

posted on 23/6/19

Emery probably the most likely. Confident all 6 will see out the season. First to go imo will be Rafa

comment by Neo (U9135)

posted on 23/6/19

Probably Emery then Darren

Isn’t Benitez’s contract up this summer though? Doesn’t really count as a sacking.

posted on 23/6/19

cinci and shaun on the same thread

suck on deeeez nuts u salty cants

ole, frank, and emery all in the same boat however one will scrap 4th place.

who knows maybe wolves could challenge for 4th with a few astute signings

posted on 23/6/19

If Ole starts badly the pressure will increase on him.

The longer you drop out from the CL places the longer it will take to come back. Quality players want to compete for CL places, titles, want to play for top managers (Pepe, Klopp), the league or want an attractive country (Spain, Italy).

You can offer all the money but if the complete package is not there they will not come.

We had this in our time with Rodgers. We had the money to buy the players but those didn't come for different reasons like no CL or the managers could not lure the players to come to our club.

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