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A ban on sacking managers mid-season?

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He really does come out with some shit these days.

 

Ridiculous idea.


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I don't understand what the benefit of this would be. Such a weird and completely unnecessary idea. 

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Is he thinking about his manager career in England and already covering for himself?


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I personally can see where he is coming from but it takes away a bit of the excitement, I believed we were doomed this season but now the excitement is back, I feel we can get top half but also have a chance of beating athletico in the champions league

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This will only hurt teams at the bottom mainly. 

 

Clubs who sacked their manager this season 

 

Palace 

Middlesbrough 

Swansea (twice)

Hull

Leicester 

 

United could afford to keep Moyes til the end of the season because their fate wasn't as a catastrophic as ours was with Ranieri.

 

Neville hasn't thought this through has he!

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2 minutes ago, daz*dsb said:

Maybe we can get the company I work for to put this in place. Then I can act like a total useless arsehole for 12 months, get zero results, upset my colleagues and be immune to dismissal all whilst receiving my nice salary. 

 

Once I've finished being a cvnt there, I can then get sacked during the allocated sacking period, find a new job and then repeat the process there, once again immune to any criticism. 

 

Wow, I mean, I totally couldn't see any way possible this could be bad for the businesses I choose to work for! I bet everyone would be right ****ing up for it. 

 

/s

That is where I work in a nutshell.

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Neville and thought, the two words do not really mix.

 

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Just now, ithuriel said:

Neville and thought, the two words do not really mix.

 

Very true..

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Yea, not really an idea I'd like to see become reality. Would he support the idea had he been a Swansea fan for example? I don't think so.

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I think there should be a rule on sacking more then one, it becomes a bit of a merry go round! 

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I don't agree that they should be banned. Does he feel that clubs at the bottom of the league should just fester in their own shite, pretty much? Forget whether you can try and improve a situation by getting rid of someone who's the cause of it. Odd logic by Neville to suggest clubs can't have the option to change.

Also, it would give too much of a comfort zone for managers, surely? Knowing that they can try as hard as they can and potentially just not be any good at their job, yet they know they have until May to be in a job. 

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Dumb idea. Just trying to cover his own back for when he returns to management. 

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2 minutes ago, StanSP said:

 

I don't agree that they should be banned. Does he feel that clubs at the bottom of the league should just fester in their own shite, pretty much? Forget whether you can try and improve a situation by getting rid of someone who's the cause of it. Odd logic by Neville to suggest clubs can't have the option to change.

Also, it would give too much of a comfort zone for managers, surely? Knowing that they can try as hard as they can and potentially just not be any good at their job, yet they know they have until May to be in a job. 

This is what annoyed me so much about the whole Claudio thing. The amount of times we heard Pundits and other fans, saying that we should just be happy what we did last season, and stick with Claudio even if it means being relegated.. or as Niall Quinn said.. "wouldn't sack him even if they suffered 2 consecutive relegations to league 1"...   Idiots! 

 

Enjoying seeing so many of them now back pedalling and saying it was the right decision. 

 

 

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Yeah right I agree.

 

What next you can't drop a striker for not scoring in 20 games.

 

You have to play your first choice CB even though he has a broken leg.

 

Really what tw@ thought this one up?

ahhh a sacked tw@.

 

Do these tw@s not realise it's now and has been for years a business.

 

In an ideal world we all own a Ferrari and have millions.

 

Yes let's go with this and add no team can play a squad with a value of +- 10% of the side they are playing.

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Wasn't he sacked mid season? lol

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Somewords just explains everything....T W A T

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Sackings are part of the game, if you aren't good enough to get the results required you need to be moved on. 

 

Neville played under one manager in his career who was never going to be sacked, he never suffered a relegation battle so has no experience of what it is like when you are really struggling for results, the performances are bad, the manager is spouting deluded nonsense. Why should you have to stick with a failing manager?

 

Would managers, on the flip side, want the opportunity to join another club denied during the season too? 

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A stupid easy comment to make when your a manure fan. Would he say the same if they were points addrift with ten games to go.

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