IT WAS a marriage of convenience that was doomed from the start, a former Liverpool manager taking over at Goodison Park, a red setting-up camp in the blue zone. “Get out of our club,” almost became a mantra at Everton … Continue reading Rafa Benitez goes, where next for Everton?
EIGHT YEARS after the club’s most glorious and prolonged era of success, Manchester United are still looking for a manager that can live with the past while moulding a new, contemporary future. The departure of Ole Gunnar Solskjær, far from … Continue reading Manchester United: Who will want to sip from the poisoned chalice?
NUNO Espirito Santo has been shown the door by Tottenham Hotspur after just 10 Premier League games and a 50% win rate. Admittedly, they were woeful against Manchester United in their last game, a 3-0 defeat at their gleaming new … Continue reading Did Tottenham know their man and do they know who they really want next?
STEVE BRUCE has left the building and possibly the worst job he has ever endured. Hated by the Newcastle United fans, a servant to an owner who was equally disliked, and living on borrowed time after the club was taken … Continue reading Football managers and their kind – very few are winners
THERE’S no doubt the scenes witnessed in Budapest at the Hungary v England game were unacceptable and the outrage was warranted. But let’s think about this, can England look itself in the eye and claim racism isn’t a problem in … Continue reading The Grey Neutral: Knees, Qatar and jobs
DESPITE the role being on the situations vacant list for several weeks, the job of Tottenham Hotspur manager should still be one of football’s most attractive destinations for any top coach. The delay in appointing a new man (or woman) … Continue reading Tottenham’s recent decline may be a deterrent for new coach