Managerial Merry-go-round

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Mooro
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Re: Managerial Merry-go-round

Post by Mooro » Wed May 22, 2019 8:03 pm

Bringing the season to a close:

Mar 26 - Chris Powell (37) sacked by Southend (38th on list)
MAr 28 - Ole Gunnar Solskjaer confirmed by Man Utd
Apr 1 - Nervous QPR fans not sure whether this was an April Fool, but Mclaren (38) was sacked
Apr 2 - Kevin Bond appointed at Southend
Apr 3 - Brian Barry-Murphy appointed by Rochdale
Apr 6 - Dean Keates (39) sacked by Walsall after poor result against our boys (39th on list)
... little quiet spell for a couple of weeks then...
Apr 22 - oldboy Lee Bradbury sacked by Havant & Waterlooville
Apr 26 - Steve Lovell sacked by Gillingham (32nd on list)
Apr 28 - Derek Adams sacked by Plymouth after nearly 4 years (9th on the list)
May 2 - GRaeme Jones replaces Caretaker mick Harford at Luton
May 8 - Mark Warburton takes control at QPR
May 10 - Former Brizzle boss DAryll Clarke takes over at Walsall
May 10 - Caretaker Scott Parker confirmed at relegated Fulham
May 13 - Paul Hurst arrives at Scunthorpe
May 13 - Chris Hughton (40 P7) sacked by Brighton after nearly 4 1/2 years (7th on list)
MAy 14 - DAvid Flitcroft (41) pays the price for missing auto-promotion at Mansfield (34th on list)....
MAy 14 - ......to be replaced by our own John Dempster
May 17 - Tony Pulis (42) pays for missing playoffs altogether at Boro (32nd on list)
May 20 - Graham Potter (43) leaves Swansea for Brighton
May 21 - the eternal bad penny pops up again - Steve Evans arrives at Gillingham

All this leaves Robbo at 38th on the list and Chris Wilder 14th

Interestingly last season saw 65 managers leave, including 16 in the Premier League.
This season saw only 43 departures and with only 7 from the top flight (including two from Fulham)

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