It's that time of year when certain managers are being branded the best thing since sliced bread, while others are under pressure from fans and bosses.
If one Liverpool fan unfurls a banner calling for manager Brendan Rodgers to be sacked then that spectator should be ejected from the ground and advised to see a doctor.
Rodgers has spent a fortune and, so far at least, spent it badly. But sacking managers after some bad results is a short term policy that hardly ever works.
Why do club owners give managers the power to spend tens of millions of . . .
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