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Q: 2017/18 Leicester (h)
a. Moyes has had all week with the whole squad and that will make a difference, Win
12%
  
b. Where do we start, a point would be good, Draw
16%
  
c. Let's be honest we're a shambles, still letting in two goals a game so what chance, Lose
40%
  
d. "You've destroyed our fucking Club", the only way to get the pride back in WHUFC is when the Clowns leave, Who's up for a protest?
30%
  
e. Can you believe my luck, another game on SKY so back to the pub, head to toe in club merchandise and show that I'm hardcore West Ham who follows the Club home and away from my seat at the bar
2%
  



Sven Roeder 3:05 Wed Nov 8
Managers announcing their retirement
Was looking at some of the names mentioned as possible Bilic replacements and was wondering .... haven’t they RETIRED?
Some old managers announce they aren’t going to work again but most seem to hang around in some Footballing Waiting Room for the phone to ring. For years

For example is Alan Curbishley actually retired?
Or is he still waiting for a call
George Graham?
David O’Leary?
Kevin Keegan?
Jacques Santini?
Mervyn Day?

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geoffpikey 9:05 Thu Nov 9
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Steve Bruce left Hull of his own accord, seemingly... after being very successful too. Tin hat on, but I admire him for that. He's certainly not retired so doesn't really relate to OP, just a rare case of a manager telling a club board to do one. He didn't have another job lined up.

Sydney_Iron 6:30 Thu Nov 9
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Been a few leave for other clubs, like Koeman, but even Premier League Winning managers often don’t get new contacts or the bullet, look at the last 2 at Man City?? Then Tinkerman and Mourinho both got sacked the season after winning it, almost a poisoned challis……….

Seems to be a case for the majority of not “If” you get sacked or dumped but “When”

Fucked up or what!

Sydney_Iron 6:03 Thu Nov 9
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Apart from Sir Alex and BFS quitting Palace, I can’t think of a recent manger that has retired or left a club on there terms, most seem to slip down the slope of sackings until they can’t get a job so retire or hit the pundit or speaking circuit.

Just hope Moyes isn’t the latest to join the long list…………..

gph 2:07 Thu Nov 9
Re: Managers announcing their retirement
Pretty sure Curbishley said at one point he wouldn't consider anything below the Premier League.

By the time he changed his mind (if he has), he looked like he had been out of management too long.

Sven Roeder 7:24 Wed Nov 8
Re: Managers announcing their retirement
I thought BFS had said he was going to retire
But then I read on the Sky strapline that he was interested in the Everton job but only if he could have a long term contract

Souness had heart trouble and am sure he has said he won’t be managing again.

stewie griffin 6:38 Wed Nov 8
Re: Managers announcing their retirement
Shut up Cuntrozzz you fucking idiot

Gavros 6:34 Wed Nov 8
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Gary Speed.

Been hung out to dry for far too long. Someone should drop him a line. He needs to get back into the swing of things.

Far Cough 6:13 Wed Nov 8
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Bill Shankly, what's he up to these days?

simon.s 6:07 Wed Nov 8
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BFS is definitely retired.

Trevor B 6:04 Wed Nov 8
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zico

I can't recall who said it, I believe a Chairman of another club, but he alluded to clubs being put off employing curbs due to him suing us for constructive dismissal.

Cheezey Bell-End 6:01 Wed Nov 8
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I think some of them, like O'Leary or Souness, sit around waiting for the call that never comes from that special club that needs a supercoach. I think they'd better off taking a more junior role or coaching a women's team to show they still have it and the heart's still in it.

zico 5:38 Wed Nov 8
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Curbs is a strange one as to why he has never been given another opportunity, I mean after all he kept us up and certainly wasn't a disaster, although the football was dull!! Isn't George Graham ill?

One who has disappeared is John Gregory.

Badhabit 5:23 Wed Nov 8
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Surprised that Glen Hoddle's name didn't pop up ... (or is he still employed by God?)

LeroysBoots 5:18 Wed Nov 8
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What exactly is O'Leary doing these days ?

Percy Dalton 4:56 Wed Nov 8
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With the advent of premier league football televised all over the world these x managers will never retire as they have permanent jobs speaking rubbish to the masses.

Cheezey Bell-End 3:41 Wed Nov 8
Re: Managers announcing their retirement
I think Keegan more or less announced it by preferring to play golf in Spain than go back to Newcastle.

Private Dancer 3:30 Wed Nov 8
Re: Managers announcing their retirement
El Tel retired, he seemed to slip away early considering his reputation.

Souness jacked it in.

gph 3:19 Wed Nov 8
Re: Managers announcing their retirement
Players usually retire when in jobs, with the media taking notice.

Managers probably retire when they're out of (football) work, when no-one's looking

Sven Roeder 3:11 Wed Nov 8
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But they don’t they usually announce it like players do they?
Is Curbishley still at home doing his research on players and keeping up to date.
And trying to remember the best way to Goodison

JustAFatKevinDavies 3:09 Wed Nov 8
Re: Managers announcing their retirement
Ricky SBRAGIA?

he kept SUNDERLAND in the PREMIER LEAGUE

That'll do donkey!

gph 3:08 Wed Nov 8
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Any manager more useless than Moyes and not currently employed has obviously retired.

Otherwise, they'd have Moyes' job...

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