The one thing we should be grateful of is that long serving managers are impossible to replace. The break up of the Liverpool bootroom saw their relative decline, Arsenal are probably only looking good this season after Wenger and Man U still haven't replaced Fergie, who looms over the whole place like some disapproving granddad. Potter went at the wrong time in a classless fashion but at least we haven't made him director of football or named a stand after him.
Politics aside so many great managers of that era were from solid working class areas, an extraordinary proportion from Glasgow. So what they had was a sense of community, something Potter thinks you get by drinking coffee in Rockwater.
Let me get this right....you're feeling quite negative about Potter right now....right?
Contrasting with your repeated shows of approval, love even, during his tenure.
Oh, but, hang on.....