Tim Sherwood - 8/11 (entertainment value will go up heaps, but he can manage, no denying that) Jurgen Klinsmann - 4/1 (leaving a national team post for a struggling club, that will not look good for the National team, but maybe it will be for their benefit, he's been whinging far too much about everything) Mark Warburton - 6/1 Gareth Southgate - 6/1 Sean Dyche - 7/1 Harry Redknapp - 10/1 (hope for villas sake they don't hire him) Neill Lennon - 12/1 (not a fan of him either) Sven Goren Erikkson - 20/1 (he's not even doing that well in the chinese super league) Lee Clark - 66/1
I don't know why Tim Sherwood is the first name mentioned to replace sacked managers, He has no experience in managing a Club fighting to stay ahead of the relegation places. I think its too risky to appoint him at this moment.
At Spurs last season there is no pressure to stay ahead of relegation and their CL ambitions were long gone before AVB has left. Relegation battle is different you need experienced managers to do the job, like Tony Pulis and with only 13 games still to play its too risky to appoint Tim Sherwood. May be they can appoint someone at this moment and if they stay in the PL then they can appoint him next season.
edwood: that'll do , we seem good on the counter
Sept 23, 2017 14:49:39 GMT
Dave: Saints are no mugs but we're looking good, defended superbly and so dangerous on the counter. If Micky could fecking release the ball earlier we could be a couple more up.
Sept 23, 2017 14:50:03 GMT
edwood: soton should have buried that
Sept 23, 2017 15:20:00 GMT
edwood: oh fucking ander
Sept 23, 2017 15:37:58 GMT
Dave: That was hard work but great win.
Sept 23, 2017 15:54:09 GMT