Phil LUFC wrote:Can anyone see him actually retiring one day? It's a comparison I have to make for obvious reasons but... "I said to our Sharon I'll just take this one last job, doing here a favour really, gets me out from under her feet".
Besides, he's 8 years younger than Roy Hodgson, he can stay as long as he wants to, he'd only do something daft like get another job if we let him go anyway.
there's quite a difference between what Bielsa does [working with serious intensity, with a forensic, some might say maniacal, eye for detail, 7000 miles from home] and the other two's roles, both of which of which seem pretty well suited to the working septuagenarian.
Warnock I should think fairly passively oversees club life, mostly from his no doubt palatial Cornwall dwelling, chuckles his way through the odd post-match interview, briefly springs into life every brown envelope season.
as for Woy Hodgson, i suspect that Ray Lewington does most of the real work these days, Woy has lived or had a home in Croydon for all of his not inconsiderable life, it's the perfect gig for him.