Premier League 16/17 Sack Race

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Re: Premier League 16/17 Sack Race

Postby joannemalone1 » Thu Feb 23, 2017 7:53 pm

Claudio Ranieri sacked?
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Re: Premier League 16/17 Sack Race

Postby KanKeano » Thu Feb 23, 2017 8:01 pm

The Leicester owners are very ambitious. Ranieri deserves to see the season out but will the owners get worried if they continue to lose. No amount of loyalty is going to save you if you're managing the club abck down to the Championship. If their league position has not improved byt the time Seville knock them out of the Champions Lge I think they'll get shut then (Middle of March?)
Looks like the board got twitchy fingers :lol:

The Daily Mail are reporting that he has been sacked. No official confirmation yet and strange timing considering they kept the Champions Lge tie alive with the Vardy goal last night.
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Re: Premier League 16/17 Sack Race

Postby geordieracer » Thu Feb 23, 2017 8:20 pm

It's on the Sporting Life site too

Ridiculous.

Who on earth next?

I hope they go for Pardew And if they do I hope they go down.

Him and Allardyce relegated.... It's the dream scenario

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Re: Premier League 16/17 Sack Race

Postby sofaking » Wed Mar 08, 2017 2:02 am

Ranieri has to go if Leicester are to stay up. He already would've been fired had he not won the title last season.
Looks like Leicester have made the correct decision to sack Ranieri and will have safely stay up. Karanka will be next to go. Boro are in free fall. :wink:

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Re: Premier League 16/17 Sack Race

Postby UnderdogsLover » Wed Mar 08, 2017 7:59 am

Arsenal board should sack Wenger now. :lose:
Least they won't have to pay much compensation Now.
Making Arsenal into a laughing stock. :lol:
Disgrace same scoreline twice in Champs league.
That score at home is not acceptable.
Hope Arsenal board see sense and sack him now.
2x 5-1 defeats is not acceptable.
Hope he goes SAP, and get our new boss in early.. :)

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Re: Premier League 16/17 Sack Race

Postby PompeyJim » Wed Mar 08, 2017 8:57 am

He took Arsenal to that next level with that unbeaten season and the Champions league final etc but sadly it's surely must be time to move on.

They may not find a better replacement but the team needs a revamp in my opinion, there is no backbone or spine to the team anymore, the fight and steel has gone and there is no 'roll your sleeves up and dig in' type characters any more.

Cech, Koscielny, Coquelin, Giroud etc does not compare to Seaman, Adams, Bould, Keown, Viera, Petit, Henry.....

Who would be a good replacement ?
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Re: Premier League 16/17 Sack Race

Postby Bennywatson » Thu Mar 09, 2017 11:55 am

It's his time to go, Wenger must go!!
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Re: Premier League 16/17 Sack Race

Postby sofaking » Fri Mar 10, 2017 8:57 pm

It's his time to go, Wenger must go!!
Hope he signs a new contract and stays on for another 5 or 6 years. :eyebrows:

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Re: Premier League 16/17 Sack Race

Postby sofaking » Sat Mar 18, 2017 4:07 pm

Ranieri has to go if Leicester are to stay up. He already would've been fired had he not won the title last season.
Looks like Leicester have made the correct decision to sack Ranieri and will have safely stay up. Karanka will be next to go. Boro are in free fall. :wink:
And Karanka is gone. Wenger next. He'll announce his decision to walk away next week.

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Re: Premier League 16/17 Sack Race

Postby UnderdogsLover » Sat Mar 18, 2017 5:37 pm

And Karanka is gone. Wenger next. He'll announce his decision to walk away next week.
Or mayb sooner!!!

And go for Allegri to make us Gunners great again.. :win:
Play the defensive football again, and those 1-0 ones back again.
One of the goals today was complete :oops: ..today.
also need a summer clear out to...

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Re: Premier League 16/17 Sack Race

Postby sofaking » Sat Mar 18, 2017 5:41 pm

Bilic may be next to be fired. Another terrible result at home today. Or otherwise Moyes.

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Re: Premier League 16/17 Sack Race

Postby undertherobe » Sat Mar 18, 2017 5:58 pm

The list of managers next to go is endless. I don't think Wenger will be sacked though. After all the good he's done at Arsenal, he deserves the opportunity to go on his own terms.

At what point does it become too late in the season to pull the trigger?

Only Sunderland from the bottom six have the same manager that they started the season with but I wouldn't back anyone in this market as short as Moyes (9/4).

Bournemouth would likely follow the Burnley route and keep hold of Eddie Howe if they ended up being dragged into the relegation mire whilst the aforementioned Burnley won't get rid of Dyche. Instead it's Watford who look the most likely to get rid. They're only 7 points off the relegation zone and failure to win their two home games after the international break (Sunderland & WBA) will heap the pressure on Mazzari who is 10/1 to be the next manager to leave

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