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Old 05.05.2018, 05:51 PM
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West Brom may get relegated later but at least they are making a fight of it
3 wins and 2 draws (from 5 games) I think since sacking Pardew. Shows what a sorry state of affairs it was with Pardew at the helm.

With Darren Moore in charge they have the potential to bounce straight back up again (when they inevitably go down).

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Old 05.05.2018, 06:15 PM
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Everton suck...
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Old 05.05.2018, 06:26 PM
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Everton suck...
Southampton deserved 3 points. Conceding in the 5th minute of stoppage time, after 4 were shown on the board.

Plus, Everton won a free kick down near their own corner flag in about the 93rd minute.......then took it about 15 yards from where it was given. THAT really annoys me in football. If it's near the opposition box refs are soooo pedantic about where the free kick is taken from........yet at the other end of the pitch? Take it wherever you want. Refs!
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Old 05.05.2018, 06:33 PM
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West Brom get a stay of execution. Big Sam does what he does and keeps teams up, even ones he isn't manager of...
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Old 05.05.2018, 06:41 PM
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Despite Stoke being useless, WBA committing suicide by hiring Alan Pardew & West Ham's amusing meltdowns, no team has disappointed as much as Everton

They are so painful to watch. Evertonians deserve and need more than Allardyce dialling it in, in exchange for the final pot of his pension
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West Brom get a stay of execution. Big Sam does what he does and keeps teams up, even ones he isn't manager of...
This should be a lesson to the PL. Young managers deserve a chance, rather than clinging onto the notion that tried and trusted failures like Pardew, Lambert and Moyes might actually do something positive
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This should be a lesson to the PL. Young managers deserve a chance, rather than clinging onto the notion that tried and trusted failures like Pardew, Lambert and Moyes might actually do something positive
Would be interesting if one the bigger sides decided to take a shot with Dyche who has done a cracking job with Burnley. Just can't see it happening.
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Old 05.05.2018, 07:06 PM
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Would be interesting if one the bigger sides decided to take a shot with Dyche who has done a cracking job with Burnley. Just can't see it happening.
AllI hear about Dyche, is he is not right for a big club, can't do this, can't do that etc etc. It seems as he is not Pep or Klopp and his teams dont play in the manner of those sides then he's not to be considered

What Dyche has done superbly is manage above and beyond the restrictions and limitations around him for a few years now

Whats resulted is that Burnley are on a sound financial footing, not panicked and kept re-building a squad over the long term, even when they went down. He buys extremely well, and brings in youth when ready

He reminds me a lot of how Rafa began at Tenerife and then onto Valencia
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Old 05.05.2018, 07:13 PM
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Sir Alex Ferguson has had emergency surgery on Saturday for a brain haemorrhage.
A United statement said the procedure "had gone very well but he needs a period of intensive care to optimise his recovery".
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Old 05.05.2018, 07:21 PM
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AllI hear about Dyche, is he is not right for a big club, can't do this, can't do that etc etc. It seems as he is not Pep or Klopp and his teams dont play in the manner of those sides then he's not to be considered

What Dyche has done superbly is manage above and beyond the restrictions and limitations around him for a few years now

Whats resulted is that Burnley are on a sound financial footing, not panicked and kept re-building a squad over the long term, even when they went down. He buys extremely well, and brings in youth when ready

He reminds me a lot of how Rafa began at Tenerife and then onto Valencia
maybe Dyche is another Tony Pulis who maybe doesn't play great attractive football but will keep you in mid-table without breaking the bank.a few years back Eddie Howe was linked with been the next guy to break into managing a big team as he plays that open attacking football that everybody loves but results in too many heavy defeats.

maybe Dyche has to go to an Everton who are still seeing as a bigger club or maybe Celtic if Rodgers leaves.

also Dyche should be the next England manager,maybe in the summer if the job becomes available.
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