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Can Carl Robinson lift Newcastle Jets from the doldrums?
17:01 Thursday 23rd January 2020

More than a year after his sacking from MLS outfit Vancouver Whitecaps, Carl Robinson looks poised to take the reins at A-League side Newcastle Jets. Robinson watched on from the stands as the Jets went down 2-0 to Melbourne City at the…

Scotland
Can Ayr win promotion to the Scottish Premiership?
19:00 Wednesday 22nd January 2020

For the second season on the run, it seemed Ayr United could pull off the unimaginable; promotion to the Scottish Premiership. For a little club like Ayr, playing in a small seaside town in a stadium with a mere 1,600 seats, top-flight football…

League Two
What's in store for Ian Holloway at Grimsby Town?
15:00 Monday 6th January 2020

When Ian Holloway took the hot-seat at Grimsby Town, it was an appointment few predicted, least of all the man himself. As he once said when asked if his QPR side could defeat Manchester City; “I am a football manager. I can’t…

Premier League
Will Everton dare to appoint Rafa Benitez?
14:01 Sunday 1st December 2019

Marco Silva is under intense pressure at Everton as the Toffees sit 16th in the Premier League. They were been beaten 2-0 at home by Norwich City last weekend. At the time, the Canaries nested in 20th. While the…

America
Can Thierry Henry make a Montreal Impact?
12:01 Wednesday 20th November 2019

Thierry Henry’s time in Monaco did not go well. Over the course of four months, the Frenchman led his side to a paltry four wins from 20 games. It was inevitable that the Arsenal legend would lose his job, and when the hammer fell…

Opinion
Why Max Allegri should top every managerial shortlist
15:00 Monday 20th May 2019

Massimiliano Allegri is a careful man. Everything that he does is meticulously planned, pored over and executed with a precision that precludes spontaneity. Thorough planning and attention to detail is a trait common among Italian managers.…

Football
Is David Moyes becoming a forgotten man in football?
09:00 Thursday 21st March 2019

Getting the opportunity to manage Manchester United is a dream job for most managers. So it was for David Moyes in 2013. But then, ‘the Chosen One’ became ‘the Rejected One’ in just a matter of months. It was a manager’s…

Managerial News
Assessing The Claims That Guardiola Can Only Manage Top Teams
21:00 Friday 9th March 2018

It’s no secret that Manchester City are going to win the Premier League this season, having run riot on the league from day one, and this is of course due to Pep Guardiola’s tactical takeover. He did it at Barcelona, he did it at…

Premier League
Which Premier League manager will leave their club next?
18:00 Tuesday 31st October 2017

We've already seen three Premier League managerial departures within the opening 10 Premier League games. Frank de Boer was ousted at Crystal Palace, followed by Leicester City calling time on Craig Shakespeare's reign, then Everton relieved…

England National Team
Mo Marley - all you need to know about the England Women's interim manager
10:30 Friday 29th September 2017

After Mark Sampson was sacked as England Women's head coach in unceremonious fashion last week, Mo Marley has been named as his replacement on an interim basis. Marley has been the Under 19s coach for 16 years but what other coaching experience…

Opinion
Is Chris Wilder the best manager in the country?
11:00 Thursday 14th September 2017

Jose Mourinho? Pep Guardiola? Jurgen Klopp? Antonio Conte? No. The best coach in the country could be Sheffield United's Chris Wilder. Few will have heard of Chris Wilder, for the dominant football discourse concentrates on the likes of the…

Premier League
De Boer first Premier League managerial casualty - is Eddie Howe next?
17:00 Wednesday 13th September 2017

After the recent controversy over Frank De Boer's sacking at Crystal Palace, it has got many people questioning how much trust boards have in their managers. Just four games into the season and one Premier League manager has already been shown…

Opinion
Gareth Southgate shows his promise as England's leader
19:15 Thursday 23rd March 2017

England showed promise in their 1-0 loss to Germany on Wednesday, suggesting that Gareth Southgate has potential as the national team's manager.

Opinion
Tony Pulis Proving His Critics Wrong
12:00 Sunday 19th March 2017

After Arsenal fell to a potentially season damaging defeat at the hands of West Brom on Saturday the focus was all on the Gunners and of course Arsene Wenger. Fully expected after such a result, however West Brom and manager Tony Pulis are…

Opinion
Ruthless Pep Guardiola needs time to assassinate his way to success
19:30 Friday 17th March 2017

Pep Guardiola's Manchester City crashed out of the Champions League on Wednesday. The ruthless manager, though, needs time to assassinate his way to success.