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Sacking anyone after nine games is premature.
I like that idea of managers investing in the club, a la CEO buying shares in the company. Seems like Koeman was just in it for the money, as his career began spiraling down after some initial success. Doesn't stay around long enough, like a lot of managers, to really get tested as a manager. The owners are idiots if they think a flurry of money buys success. Think love of money and not football
Koeman's first mistake was leaving Southampton, thinking he was going to a bigger club, with plenty of money. Now that the money has been spent and the team has fell backwards, what now? Moyes went to ManU and thought budget minded and got booted. King Kenny splashed the cash and got canned. What's a manger to do?Success comes from strength and has to be developed. Time is money. Time is needed.
Koeman driving a Bentley and looking good, isn't good. SAFF took many years before he got it right. Shankly was not an overnight success by any means, but Klopp is building a movement, similar to the Shankly, and SAFFF regimes. The name of the game is to develop the youth reserves, and spend your money wisely on qualified recruits like it was your own money. Koeman's spending reminded me of KKenny
1092. Posted by AndrestoffeeThey are definitely all positives when attracting a quality manager. They are, however, outweighed by the big negative - the club is based in Liverpool. There's no way anyone in Ancelotti's league would lower themselves that much. Nice try though.
For the sake of football I would love to see Ranieri get the job and take them to top 4 in his first season
Maybe that super coach Mr Pep can save the day. Let's really how good he is.
Nigel Pearson. Bring him in. Willing to stand up to under performing players, willing to wrestle them in the car park if necessary (allegedly). Him or Pardew who is always up for a big pay day and not much football, just to match up with pyjama boy.
Why has the hys on Phil Neville been closed after 65 comments and 10 mins? I think he would be good for the Everton youth set up and move Unsworth to assistant to new manager.
Koeman deserved the sack, for the displays against Atalanta and Lyon and making the fool Williams captain against Lyon, not commenting on his behaviour warranted sacking.
Bilic must be worried. He's next for the scrutiny. Won't be Howe 'cos he's English (although that didn't help Shakespeare) and the beeb seem to like Klopp. Hughes has managed to stay under the radar as well, although it's the ref's fault Stoke aren't doing very well, so maybe it's that?
sorry 5 points off 8th, typo.
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To the clever bloke who said Osman is deluded over Ancelloti, why would he go to Everton, firstly 5 points off 6th, 2nd, billionaire owner, 3rd new stadium being built, 4th £6mil a year, 5th great support (except odd moron which all teams have btw) other than that why would Ancelotti want to come to Everton?
You have to say Shakesphere was a bit unlucky to be sacked. Not no sure about Koeman he had probably the third best youth set up in the EPL behind Saints & Spurs plus he had the biggest budget that any Everton manager has had.No striker bought playing players out of position all looked pretty inept from him.Ancelotti, Silva or Dyche?
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