Biggy Shackleton wrote:I'd have stuck with Tim Sherwood till a better option became available.
I'd have stuck with avb a little longer till a better option became available.
but mostly, I'd have stuck with Harry. I don't know why he still isn't in the job tbh.
The amount of side stepping spurs have done over the last few years is tiring at this stage.
Tim had managed to fall out with half our best eleven, there was no way he could stay.
Agree on Avb, we still would have finished top 6 with him in charge.
Harry was sacked after two huge collapses, the second year we probably should have finished third. Even with that I don't think he'd have been sacked if he hadn't taken his eye off the ball when the England job came up and then when he didn't get that job went to ssn demanding a new contract the day Levy was burying his mother.
Hope it works out for Poch and he moves on after beating all EPL managerial records and doing the quadruple for the third year running.
2 points, 8 games, 1 hero.
The team for ENIC's first game at the helm, a defeat at Derby:
N. Sullivan, S. Clemence, G. Doherty, S. Campbell, L.Young, A. Thelwell, S. Freund , T. Sherwood, L. King, A. Booth, L. Ferdinand