Blackwhite wrote:It's stunned me that reading that, my first thought was that it was unfair on Terribles, as he had genuinely looked like he hadn't known what he was getting into, and was working it out in gum-baring detail on the touchline. This fucker is starting to look like he has quit already.
Duke Weyland wrote:Blackwhite wrote:It's stunned me that reading that, my first thought was that it was unfair on Terribles, as he had genuinely looked like he hadn't known what he was getting into, and was working it out in gum-baring detail on the touchline. This fucker is starting to look like he has quit already.
That was the way i saw it with Venables. He had his public tantrum when we sold Woodgate and then downed tools. He didn't want to walk as he'd lose his pay off, so just sat back and let us free fall. It was a dire situation but his handling of it when he still had a decent squad was pathetic. There isn't a doubt in my mind if he had stayed we would have gone down that season. Peter Reid vastly improved us. That is how shit Venables was. Still the worst Leeds manager in my time watching us.
Duke Weyland wrote:Barmby may have been poor, but i remember Paul Okon being horrific. Leeds United midfield class of 2013 horrific.
Bristol City have appointed Sean O'Driscoll as their new manager, less than three weeks after his controversial departure from Nottingham Forest.
The 52-year-old has returned to the Championship to take charge of a side that has won only six times this season and is six points adrift of safety.
tommydski wrote:I'd be okay with Di Canio actually. From following his progress at Swindon, I think it's obvious that his staff know how to get a team playing football. However, my biggest concern would be his anger issues. In football you don't always get the results, decisions or performances you want and although I understand that many of the best managers have a temper, Di Canio seemingly flies off the handle on a near daily basis. He gets so wound up in interviews that I'd imagine playing under him must be terrifying. On the one hand, it's hard to argue with results. On the other, can he weather a series of bad performances or would he end up doing something criminal?
One thing is for sure, he wouldn't be a boring choice. Far from it.
AndyPaul wrote:Dean Saunders is the new Wolves manager - Jesus fucking Christ
the glory years wrote:gazurtoids wrote:the glory years wrote:WE need Di Canio in NOW
Why not then ? And who ?
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