Discussion in 'General Football & Other Sport' started by hornetboy1, Dec 3, 2018.
Finally been given the chop.
He will be given another chance elsewhere stating again he has never been relegated.
Another of the same old same old on the managerial merry-go-round
Good to know we have another British option if Pardew says "No" in January. Will keep Big Sam on his toes.
Yes shame Pullis is gainfully employed!
Talkshyte just said QSF and Paulo Sousa are the front runners.
They had an utterly inept manager yet ours couldn't outwit him.
Rightly so, they couldn't even beat us.
He'll probably claim it's harsh as they scored some goals and got points on Saturday ..
Good. He’s a ****
Come the end of the season when we are battling them to avoid the last relegation slot, who his replacement is could be very important to us.
No great surprise but what really gets me is that he will make a mountain of cash out of this for being completely terrible.
He asked for it to go to ROMS-review of managerial sackings-so we should wait till 5pm before cashing in our bets (BET365 of course as the Stoke owners have been making the odds very good)
Hopefully he ends up on the growing scrap heap of dinosaur British managers alongside Fat Sam, David Moyes and Pardew.
Sadly it is more of a merry go round rather than a scrap heap. All of those you mentioned will be back in the game before long - just looking for the next opportunity to pick up a 3.5 year deal and get the bullet after 6 months.
David Moyes said he would entertain being approached...... How good of him
"BBC Sport understands Southampton are set to approach former RB Leipzig manager Ralph Hasenhuttl about the manager's job."
Before I voice an opinion on him have you got a shot of what sort of watch he wears?
If he said that he would be wrong as they didn't get points on Saturday they got a point!
Surety a job for Big Sam, at start of season I said he'd end up there, no money on it but odds must have shortened. Can't see him going to Huddersfield Cardiff or Burnley but Saints seemed the logical choice
Ralph Hasenhuttl has now been officially appointed. Good coach, so expect Southampton to climb up the league.
Worrying if true.
Wonder how the media will play this?
"Another foreigner taking a job of a British manager" or "for once they haven't just gone for a manager off the managerial merry go round"