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[Football] Next manager to get the push?

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Cheeky Monkey

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Jul 17, 2003
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It’s just great not having to sweat on getting our manager poached for a season or two. With GP you always had one concerned eye on the sack race. I can now go back to fully enjoying defeats for the bigger clubs.
 


GT49er

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Feb 1, 2009
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Athletic parodying themselves even more than usual. Southampton "have decided to sack Hasenhuttl and could make the decision before" etc etc
This. It's only The Athletic speculating that he will be sacked so far, isn't it (with one or two others - The Express for example - picking up on The Athletic article)?

Agree that it's looking quite likely.
 

junior

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Dec 1, 2003
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Didsbury, Manchester
It’s just great not having to sweat on getting our manager poached for a season or two. With GP you always had one concerned eye on the sack race. I can now go back to fully enjoying defeats for the bigger clubs.
You reckon?

If he does well here this season i would be worried about him going back to Italy in the summer if a top Italian club came calling.
 

Not Andy Naylor

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Dec 12, 2007
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Seven Dials
This. It's only The Athletic speculating that he will be sacked so far, isn't it (with one or two others - The Express for example - picking up on The Athletic article)?

Agree that it's looking quite likely.
I was sitting in the same room as Dan from The Athletic when he tweeted his so-called 'exclusive'. And when someone asked where he had got his information and who had told him, he had to admit that he only thought it might happen before they play Liverpool next weekend but was still more likely to be during the World Cup. In other words, there was a complete absence of any hard information to back it up. As I have always maintained, nobody knows anything. He certainly hadn't been sacked when I left St Mary's at 6.36 and he hadn't resigned.
 

Swansman

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May 13, 2019
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I was sitting in the same room as Dan from The Athletic when he tweeted his so-called 'exclusive'. And when someone asked where he had got his information and who had told him, he had to admit that he only thought it might happen before they play Liverpool next weekend but was still more likely to be during the World Cup. In other words, there was a complete absence of any hard information to back it up. As I have always maintained, nobody knows anything. He certainly hadn't been sacked when I left St Mary's at 6.36 and he hadn't resigned.
Fair enough.

If he stays, it'll be a bit of a backlash for The Athletic (and especially that particular journo) considering the "news" are all over social media.
 


If the news is true and Southampton have binned off their talented coach ,then the next one out the door has to either be Potter or Southgate.

Both have no personality, Chelsea fans are restless and are not happy at all. Southgate will be exposed because some of his favourites who are not on form have also been injured, both have nowhere to hide, lovely stuff!

Think the only thing that'll keep Potter employed is the WC, a saving grace. He's got lucky again, just like he did with Covid. Everyone knows we were certs for relegation had the world not stopped.
 

GT49er

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Feb 1, 2009
41,560
Gloucester
I was sitting in the same room as Dan from The Athletic when he tweeted his so-called 'exclusive'. And when someone asked where he had got his information and who had told him, he had to admit that he only thought it might happen before they play Liverpool next weekend but was still more likely to be during the World Cup. In other words, there was a complete absence of any hard information to back it up. As I have always maintained, nobody knows anything. He certainly hadn't been sacked when I left St Mary's at 6.36 and he hadn't resigned.
Thank you for verifying my suspicion!
 

Pavilionaire

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Jul 7, 2003
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I feel a bit sorry for Hassenhutl. He has really missed Livramento he's just had his Director of Recruitment poached by Chelsea, two horrendous misses by Elyounoussi and Adams today killed him. Walcott also stealing a living as a Premier League footballer.
 

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