Managerial Merry-go-round

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Re: Managerial Merry-go-round

Post by Mooro » Thu Nov 30, 2017 8:08 pm

Following on from Moyes replacing Bilic (12th to go, 4th in Prem):

13 Nov - experienced Mark McGhee comes in to end the Rossi Eames experiment at Barnet (13)
14 Nov - Steve Davis goes at Orient (14)
16 Nov - Steve Lovell takes the reigns at Gillingham
19 Nov - Chris Coleman surely undersells himself by taking the Sunderland job
20 Nov - Tony Puils sacked by West Brom (15, P5) after just uunder 3 years and from 17th on the list
22 Nov - Chris Lucketti gets his chance at Bury
29 Nov - Alan Pardew gets another crack, this time at the Albion
29 Nov - further down the ladder Justin Edinburgh comes in at Orient
30 Nov - Big Sam is back, taking on Everton

and with that we are back to a full house - for now~!

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Re: Managerial Merry-go-round

Post by OUFC4eva » Sun Dec 24, 2017 1:17 pm

Sheffield Wednesday sack manager Carlos Carvalhal after yesterday’s home defeat to
Middlesbrough who also sacked Garry Monk last night despite the win at Hillsborough.

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Re: Managerial Merry-go-round

Post by Mooro » Mon Jan 08, 2018 6:32 pm

Full house for just four days...
3 Dec - Leonid Slutsky goes at Hull (16) ....
7 Dec - ....to be replaced by Nigel Adkins
After which we full house last for nearly a fortnight, before the Eberneezer Chairmen strike:
20 Dec - Paul Clement sacked at Swansea (17, P6)
23/24 Dec - Both Garry Monk at Middlesboro (18) and Carlos Carvalhal at Wednesday (19) sacked after playing each other..(Carvalhal leaving from 20th in the list after clocking up exactly two and a half years in charge)
26 Dec - Boro fans get to debate the arrival of Tony Pulis over the Boxing Day leftovers
28 Dec - then Swansea fans get to debate the arrival of Carvalhal, just sacked at a club a division below them (for now)..
31 Dec - the last casualty of 2017 is Mark Warburton at Forest (20th of the season)
5 Jan - Bundesliga regular Jos Luhukay takes the reigns at Wednesday - http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/42586860
6 Jan - Mark Hughes becomes the first casualty of 2018, as he departs Stoke following defeat in the FA Cup..... (Hughes leaves after more than four and a half years at Stoke, having made it up to 11th on the current list)

Currently 54 managers on the list have been in place for more than a year, while Pep Clotet currently resides in 71st.

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Re: Managerial Merry-go-round

Post by Mooro » Mon Jan 22, 2018 7:51 pm

Was going to post an update anyway, but I guess it has become a bit more relevant today:

8 Jan - Aitor Karanka takes the reigns at Forest
15 Jan - a surprise return to the Prem for Paul Lambert replaced Sparky at Stoke
15 Jan - Graham Westley replaces Mark McGhee at Barnet (21)
15 Jan - Chris Lucketti also sacked at Bury (22)
17 Jan - Phil Brown (23) sacked after 4yrs and 10 months at Southend - from 10th in the list
20 Jan - Robbie Nielsen (24) sacked from MK Dons - from 53rd on list
21 Jan - Watford sack MArco Silva (25, P8) and replace him with JAvi Garcia
22 Jan - PEP CLOTET (26) departs OUFC

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Re: Managerial Merry-go-round

Post by Mooro » Mon Feb 12, 2018 12:59 pm

AFter Peps departure, two clubs act quickly to appoint new bosses:

23 Jan - MK Dons appoint internally with Dan Micciche taking the reigns
23 Jan - Southend go for experience with Chris Powell taking the job
All calm for a couple of weeks then it all kicks off in Yorkshire:
4 Feb - Thomas Christianssen (27) sacked by Leeds
5 Feb - Stuart McCall (28) sacked by BRadford
6 Feb - Paul Keckingbottom jumps ship at Barnsley (29) to take the Leeds job

9 FEb - Shaun Derry (30) goes at L2 Cambridge -
11 Feb - Russell Slade (31) goes at Grimsby
11 FEb - Simon Grayson takes job at BRadford

MEanwhile OUFC are linked with every recently retired ex-player in the world,

Incidentally, Derry was sacked from 21st on the list, while Heckingbottom and McCall left within a day of each other, but were also appointed within a week of each other back in June 2016. Wilder is now 34th on the list with the Blades

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