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@52 rt hon wally back in your politically correct bubble.Name one decent female football manager in the men’s game - the answer matches your IQ = 0.It’s not that women are less valuable it’s the fact they haven’t had an opportunity to prove themselves yet - it’s that simple even for you.
How Poyet got Sunderland job is beyond me??? Track record zero before and after.He must have blagged it.
Michael Johnson seems to have put on a few pounds since his running days, but it is nice to see he is recovering well from his stroke.
One of the most interesting articles on the website in a long time. Nice to have something a bit different.
In the 12 managers that have already left League Two posts this season include Rochdale who are in League One. Only saying.
This article is somewhat ironic coming from the BBC stating how us black people get discriminated against in job interviews (which we probably do) whilst at the same time blatantly discriminating against white, hetrosexual men when recruiting for jobs at the BBC! (Tony Hall has openly admitted this on more than one occasion)Oh, AND boasting about it, as if stirring up hatred is a good thing!
@104 ….to be fair to Big Sam, that story was from 13 years ago, when PP were more common.
I used to work in a brewery so did a lot of bottling. Bound to get spurs job when it comes up. Though if offered an interview might bottle it.
When Poch leaves Spurs in the summer i will apply. I got absolutely no experience of winning trophies. So feel i am in with a chance.
There does appear to be a football "family" or mafia. The same managers just going from club to club on a none stop merry-go-round. Actually if you look at the Championship (a league which I think is fantastic) this also applies to a great many players. This article is utter nonsense encumbered by the usual BBC extreme political correctness and written by a PC square peg.
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