So normally is round about the time of year where the relegation battle begins to really get going. And it’s fair to say teams that looked certain to go down a few weeks ago like Swansea and Hull have been revilised under new management.
After today’s results, here’s how the bottom 7 currently looks. All very close after today.
To me it’s unthinkable that he will get the sack. Almost to the point that it will lessen even more my respect for modern football. I remember laughing at the idea that West Ham might sack Fat Sam after he took them up. This is an even more extreme scenario. Leicester are unfortunate to be in the position they’re in, but they just can’t sack him. If i were a Leicester fan I’d be looking at the players’ roles in this far more.
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be honest, did you google that?!
[/quote]It’s been mentioned a few times in the past 12 months, back to when Chelsea were having their poor season as well. I mentioned the stat again recently on here. So it’s not that unknown really