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Why Jose Mourinho can bring long term success to Manchester United.

Jose Mourinho hasn't been able to keep United from being a Premier League embarrassment.

Long term success is a phrase that is well suited to Manchester United. The decorated club have now won every trophy possible at club level, as they continue their progression back to the heights of the Ferguson days. While Sir Alex Ferguson’s record and reputation can’t be matched, it is Jose Mourinho who is actually bringing success back to Old ... Read More »

The best of big Sam Allardyce

Sam Allardyce

Sam Allardyce, one of English football’s favourite managers has decided to call time on his career (he was at Crystal Palace) and put his feet up for (potentially) the rest of his life. We look back on some of Big Sam’s finest moments in football. Read More »

Tony Adams should focus on his own career and not Arsene Wenger

As the new self-proclaimed comedian of modern day management, Tony Adams has come out this week to give us all a right good chuckle. The man who won 10 major honours at Arsenal, has come out to lambaste his former mentor & idol. Adams had some cutting comments about his former boss, comments that split opinion through the fan base. ... Read More »

Have you seen this manager? Michael Laudrup

Since Simon Pegg was allowed to make a three flavored Cornetto trilogy, I thought I’d start a milk carton series on managers who have been away from the public eye for a time but may be on a few clubs’ radar as the off-season approaches. Thus far, five familiar names have been featured. The sixth, Michael Laudrup, is a different case. Read More »

Why Bournemouth’s Eddie Howe should be named Barclays Manager of the Season

Eddie Howe

Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe was one of six Premier League bosses nominated for the Barclays Manager of the Season. The English coach is up against the likes of Chelsea’s Antonio Conte, Tottenham Hotspur’s Mauricio Pochettino, West Bromwich Albion’s Tony Pulis, Burnley’s Sean Dyche and Swansea City’s Paul Clement. Read More »

Walter Mazzarri departure proves Watford were wrong to axe Quique Sanchez Flores

Watford have recently announced manager Walter Mazzarri will be leaving the club in the summer following a poor end to the Premier League season. The Hornets look set to finish lower in the table with fewer points than they attained under former manager Quique Sanchez Flores in 2015/16, raising the question why the latter was relieved of his duties last ... Read More »

Middlesbrough the ideal destination for Ryan Giggs

Ryan Giggs

After leaving Manchester United last summer Ryan Giggs has mainly been subject to punditry work across various broadcasters, but it’s no secret that it is managerial work the former Wales winger craves, so just where will the Red Devils all-time appearance maker take the reins? Read More »

3 British managers capable of reviving Inter Milan

British managers haven’t really had the smoothest sail in foreign countries. Nonetheless, the latest opening at Inter Milan might just be the perfect turning point for them if presented the opportunity to return the Nerazzurri back to their glory days. Read More »

Have you seen this manager? Cesare Prandelli

Cesare Prandelli has been among football's more principled, progressive managers on and off the pitch. It has cost him but, one hopes, not permanently.

Whether still chasing silverware, desperately seeking to avoid relegation, or sitting comfortably mid-table, clubs across Europe are beginning to plan for next season even as this one runs down. Some will be searching for a new manager. One or two are already available. Since Simon Pegg was allowed to make a three flavored Cornetto trilogy, I thought I’d start a milk ... Read More »

Have you seen this manager? Roberto Mancini

Famous people who wear scarves for a thousand, Alex. If you're both a Jeopardy and football fan, you know the question will be "Who is Roberto Mancini?"

Whether still chasing silverware, desperately seeking to avoid relegation, or sitting comfortably mid-table, clubs across Europe are beginning to plan for next season even as this one runs down. Some will be searching for a new manager. One or two are already available. Since Simon Pegg was allowed to make a three flavored Cornetto trilogy, I thought I’d start a milk ... Read More »

Have you seen this manager? Jurgen Klinsmann

Jurgen Klinsmann annoys people. His tactical nous is more not. Still, his modern organizational skills would make him an excellent technical director.

Whether still chasing silverware, desperately seeking to avoid relegation, or sitting comfortably mid-table, clubs across Europe are beginning to plan for next season even as this one runs down. Some will be searching for a new manager. One or two are already available. Since Simon Pegg was allowed to make a three flavored Cornetto trilogy, I thought I’d start a milk ... Read More »

Why Pep Guardiola has failed at Manchester City this season.

After another disappointing result in a big game, it’s time for us to evaluate Pep Guardiola’s first year in England. When the Spaniard first arrived at the Etihad, City fans wouldn’t give the rest of us a word in edgeways. All we could hear was ‘we’ve got the best manager in the world!’ Or ‘Oh look Leicester won the league ... Read More »

Have you seen this manager? Frank de Boer

Surprisingly, Frank de Boer has not found another job since being sacked by Inter. he shouldn't be idle beyond the summer, however.

Whether still chasing silverware, desperately seeking to avoid relegation, or sitting comfortably mid-table, clubs across Europe are beginning to plan for next season even as this one runs down. Some will be searching for a new manager. One or two are already available. Since Simon Pegg was allowed to make a three flavored Cornetto trilogy, I thought I’d start a milk ... Read More »

Have you seen this manager? Laurent Blanc

Laurent Blanc has been missing in action for the 2016-17 season but it's difficult to see him sitting out another campaign.

Whether still chasing silverware, desperately seeking to avoid relegation, or sitting comfortably mid-table, clubs across Europe are beginning to plan for next season even as this one runs down. Some will be searching for a new manager. One or two are already available. Since Simon Pegg was allowed to make a three flavored Cornetto trilogy, I thought I’d start a milk ... Read More »

Is Tony Adams driving Granada to relegation?

Granada manager Tony Adams

When the news that Arsenal Legend Tony Adams was becoming the manager of struggling La Liga side Granada it was a complete shock to us all. Tony Adams has all his FA coaching badges after obtaining his UEFA Pro Licence in 2007 but his lack of top-flight managerial experience made his appointment questionable. Read More »

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