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The Manager Sacked/Hired Thread 2022/23

Kenny

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Neil Wood the new Salford boss until Christmas.

Previously the Man Utd U23 coach
 

Kenny

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He's better than his Liverpool days though, isn't he? Certainly don't recall seeing him spouting pretension for a long while, always comes off as quite level and considered these days?
Still annoyed by his smugness when VAR kept bending us over against Leicester.
So for that reason I am fully against him being at Wolves..
 

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Burnley close to appointing Vincent Kompany as new HC
 

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Done well there. Blackpool must be gutted
 

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Kevin Betsy in at Crawley. Really good coach and good person too. Be very interesting to see how he gets on after a year with Arsenal U23s. Taken the U18s coach with him too.
 

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Colin's retirement didn't last long. He wants the Barnsley job
 

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I get that Ireland's current pool of players is pretty dire (shockingly, when he's fit Doherty is genuinely one of their best players), but Stephen Kenny has won 5 of his 24 games in charge. Those wins were against Andorra, Qatar (also drew with these), Azerbaijan (also drew with these), Luxembourg (also lost to these) and Lithuania.

Grim stuff, I don't know where they go from here. They're rapidly going the same way as Hungary were through the 90s/00s and Bulgaria are now.
 
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