Davey1 wrote:The current top 3 (Arsenal, Liverpool, Southampton) have 1 thing in common. They all have the same manager as last season.
Tottenham, Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea are the clubs you would expect to be in top 4 but haven't perfrormed as well. 3 out of 4 of those have new managers this season.
Most high profile managers don't normally last longer than 24 months. Is it time to stick with a manager even if they don't reach their goals in the first season?
Hams wrote:In an ideal world club owners would give managers more time to build their own squads
and systems of play however we now live in a different era where immediate results on the pitch are all that matters
so we will never see another period where the likes of Fergie will coach Man Utd for 25 years and Wenger will be the last of his kind.
We have had some really rubbish managers at West Ham with the worst being Avram Grant and I couldn't wait to see the back of him.
Davey1 wrote:Qpr are currently 3rd in the table of the Championship. That's not bad after a relegation with Harry Redknapp.
You're right. Fans calling for heads is usually the deciding factor.
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