Who’d be a football manager? A lot of people, it seems.
There is never a shortage of applicants for vacant roles as Head Coach or team Manager. Yet the job can drive men a little crazy.
The Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri lost his cool last weekend, claiming his players were hard to motivate. Even the usually mild mannered Chris Hughton was in trouble with the authorities for criticising referees.
Football is taken far too seriously these days, especially by those in the game and those who cover it. As the plane tragedy that saw a talented 28 year old . . .
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