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bagman
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Phil Brown: Swindon appoint former Derby, Hull, Preston & Southend boss as manager.


bagman
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Walsall sack Jon Whitney as manager of League One club .


cherryhopper
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Southampton have sacked Mauricio Pellegrino.


oxpete
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Southampton have sacked Mauricio Pellegrino.


What they gonna do now? Bring in Harry Redknapp?!

I suspect the board are maybe three months too late - they should have been doing something at about the same time Swansea were giving themselves a well-needed kick up the backside. Southampton have really sleep-walked into their present position. They've only won once in their last seventeen league matches, and have gone eight home matches without a win - properly dreadful form.

After next week's FA Cup match away at Wigan (I don't fancy their chances at all), their final remaining seven league fixtures are all difficult-looking:

West Ham (away)
Arsenal (away)
Chelsea (home)
Leicester City (away)
AFC Bournemouth (home)
Everton (away)
Man.City (home)

They might get a draw at West Ham, and they might get a draw at home to Bournemouth. But I can easily see them losing the rest of them.





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Walsall sack Jon Whitney as manager of League One club .


5 mths late......



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kirby knitters
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And to think they got rid of Claude Puel.! Not everyones cup of tea but the Prem table says he aint a half bad manager.


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Southampton have sacked Mauricio Pellegrino.


What they gonna do now? Bring in Harry Redknapp?!


For instant impact they could do far worse than go for Marco Silva. Unless he's sitting tight to replace Big Sam in the summer.


oxpete
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Mar 12, 2018, 11:43 PM

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Southampton have sacked Mauricio Pellegrino.


What they gonna do now? Bring in Harry Redknapp?!


For instant impact they could do far worse than go for Marco Silva. Unless he's sitting tight to replace Big Sam in the summer.


Unlike Oxford United who have now gone a leisurely 48 days and counting without appointing a new manager, Saints will be eager to fill the gap asap. So it'll have to be a manager presently out-of-work, and Marco Silva would certainly be one of the best candidates in that group.





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Mark Hughes will also be in the frame for the Southampton job.


kirby knitters
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Mark Hughes will also be in the frame for the Southampton job.
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Robbie Savage agrees.



Ropemaker
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Mar 14, 2018, 10:50 PM

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Mark Hughes will also be in the frame for the Southampton job.
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Hughes in at Southampton



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paulh66
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Walsall sack Jon Whitney as manager of League One club .


Replaced by Wrexham's Dean Keates, apparently http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/43423513


garethwrexy
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Mar 16, 2018, 7:26 PM

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I wish dean Keats all the best, thank you dean Smile



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oxpete
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After fifty-two days without appointing a new manager, the Oxford Mail newspaper has got all excited about SkyBet slashing the odds on Sven-Goran Eriksson being the next new Oxford United manager. He is third-favourite at 4-1.

Of the first twenty comments from OUFC fans on the newspaper website, eighteen are most definitely against the idea. Of the two fans posting positive comments, one admits that he's only in agreement cos he'll want to perve over Sven's wife!





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youngster
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At least there's some speculation down your way. There's hardly been a word of who's going to replace the ignorant, arrogant,foul mouthed **** at Ipswich.
As I don't have to suffer the crap his team produces, I can be quite polite about him, unlike the poor sods that have just gone five home games without a goal.


windydcfc
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Stevenage have sacked manager Darren Sarll


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At least there's some speculation down your way. There's hardly been a word of who's going to replace the ignorant, arrogant,foul mouthed **** at Ipswich.
As I don't have to suffer the crap his team produces, I can be quite polite about him, unlike the poor sods that have just gone five home games without a goal.


According to the guy at TWTD, Mowbray is the favourite within the club hierarchy. He'd be a decent appointment I think.

Everyone is just waiting for MM to leave and there will be a collective sigh of relief when he does. It will be interesting to see whether crowds pick up again.


leohoenig
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Mar 19, 2018, 8:41 AM

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Meanwhile, at a place nearly but not quite Barnet

http://www.bbc.com/sport/football/43456712



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The proof that you can have too much of a good thing
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richiejenn
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Mar 19, 2018, 8:57 AM

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Meanwhile, at a place nearly but not quite Barnet

http://www.bbc.com/sport/football/43456712


Martin Allen back in at Barnet for his 28th stint.
Heard him on talksport at Cheltenham festival last week saying how much he was enjoying being a host at West Ham and getting his golf handicap downLaugh


007Dale
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Mar 19, 2018, 9:56 AM

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At least there's some speculation down your way. There's hardly been a word of who's going to replace the ignorant, arrogant,foul mouthed **** at Ipswich.
As I don't have to suffer the crap his team produces, I can be quite polite about him, unlike the poor sods that have just gone five home games without a goal.


According to the guy at TWTD, Mowbray is the favourite within the club hierarchy. He'd be a decent appointment I think.

Everyone is just waiting for MM to leave and there will be a collective sigh of relief when he does. It will be interesting to see whether crowds pick up again.


Ipswich should be careful what they wish for. He's done a solid job on limited money. Just take a look at the Hawthorns


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At least there's some speculation down your way. There's hardly been a word of who's going to replace the ignorant, arrogant,foul mouthed **** at Ipswich.
As I don't have to suffer the crap his team produces, I can be quite polite about him, unlike the poor sods that have just gone five home games without a goal.


According to the guy at TWTD, Mowbray is the favourite within the club hierarchy. He'd be a decent appointment I think.

Everyone is just waiting for MM to leave and there will be a collective sigh of relief when he does. It will be interesting to see whether crowds pick up again.


Ipswich should be careful what they wish for. He's done a solid job on limited money. Just take a look at the Hawthorns


I'd happily take a high risk of being relegated if it meant getting rid of McCarthy. He's destroying the club with his brand of football and his relationship with the fans.


youngster
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Mar 19, 2018, 8:58 PM

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Most Ipswich fans know he's done a fair job with the resources he's had. But they now hate him and he hates them, so no way back.
As for Tony M, lovely bloke who would command massive respect, but sadly his CV probably reads "never let anyone down, but never performed miracles either", Unless the owner is prepared to loosen the purse strings then 16 more years of mediocrity awaits. But why leave an average club for another average club?


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Most Ipswich fans know he's done a fair job with the resources he's had.


True, and there have been positive moments - that last minute winner at Watford in 2014/15 for one (I was in the home end and had to sit on my hands)...

Unfortunately it's been largely downhill from there and the main memory of his time in charge for me is watching us play away at Millwall and hoofing it up to David McGoldrick about 20 or 30 times during the match, only for Danny Shittu to head it away with ease on every occasion. Not sure I've ever felt more sorry for a player on the pitch as I did that day for McGoldrick.


derekn
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Mar 20, 2018, 11:34 AM

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As noted elsewhere, Dino Maamria is the new man in charge at Stevenage.


derekn
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Mar 21, 2018, 10:55 AM

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Jaap Stam has gone from Reading this morning.

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