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Q: Manuel Pellegrini
a. A great signing for the Club and maybe the change of direction we all need
32%
  
b. It will only be a great signing if the Board back him with decent funds
51%
  
c. This is West Ham so it will only end in farce
15%
  
d. I'm not sure about this one, I'll wait until SKY is back to hear what Gary Neville thinks, then I'll voice my opinion
2%
  



Sydney_Iron 7:10 Fri Dec 22
This manager merry-go-round malarky
What is it with a select few managers who just jump from club to club?

I see Pulis is in the frame for Swansea! The Walrus has managed how many PL clubs now???, Pardew went to WBA, Woy to Palace, we got Moyes, all these names just seem to lunge from one sacking, resignation or failed new contract to the next.

Are there no other managers around capable of running a PL team?

Hughes looks next for the bullet, were will he re surface FFS.

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cholo 8:46 Fri Dec 22
Re: This manager merry-go-round malarky
Us, palace, Everton and possibly even west brom will all stay up and IF Swansea went for Pulis I wouldn't put it past that cunt either.

The penalty for relegation, both financially and status wise is fucking ridiculous though. Villa will be shitting themselves if they don't make it up this season.

Brucies_Star_Prize 8:29 Fri Dec 22
Re: This manager merry-go-round malarky
With Premier League status at stake, teams naturally play the percentages and go with the least risky option. That invariably means employing managers with extensive Premier League experience.

It’s worked for every relegation threatened club who have employed Allardyce and Pullis, and it looks like it will work for us and Palace this season. Pardew is arguably slightly riskier but he’s generally had positive short term impacts at most of the clubs he’s managed.

Sven Roeder 8:09 Fri Dec 22
Re: This manager merry-go-round malarky
I think Pulis to Swansea is the bookies reaction based on him being the relegation threatened teams manager of choice and a bit Welsh.
Given Swansea’s professed tippy tappy style (still?) it appears unlikely
Whoever gets it has a hell of a job as they don’t have the players and will struggle to attract them.

Private Dancer 8:04 Fri Dec 22
Re: This manager merry-go-round malarky
Some of them still make sense, but Pardew to WBA just seemed like a a lazy, poor appointment, I don't believe there aren't other English managers in the Championship at least good as him.

According to Sky, Swansea have zero interest in Pulis, so I don't know where you are getting that one from?

Sven Roeder 7:49 Fri Dec 22
Re: This manager merry-go-round malarky
Could see Hughes at West Brom at some point

Everyone is so scared of relegation they don’t want to take a ‘risk’.
Who was the last British manager given a Premier league job after doing well lower down and not having previous Premier league experience?
The only way it seems for a British to get a Premier league job for the first time is to get a Championship club promoted.
In the Championship at the moment the Portuguese bloke has Wolves top with Warnock having Cardiff second. The next two are Gary Johnson (Bristol City) & Gary Rowett (Derby) and have never heard either of those two linked with Premier league jobs.





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