20th February 2017
Norman Giller recalls the brilliance of his friend, theex footballer Jimmy Greaves
30th December 2016
Managers come and go. It was ever thus. But they come and go at an ever faster rate these days.
New, often nutty owners take charge at a club and, regardless of how the incumbent coach or manager is doing, they sack him and hire their own man. It works less often than it blows up in their faces.
Gary Monk was having a bad time of things at Swansea when the new American owners showed him the door. Has the situation improved since? No. Did their left of field appointment of an American coach work? No. The previous owner . . .
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